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Snow Peak Titanium Mug with HotLipsis rated4.1875out of5by16.
Rated5out of5bydls4fromThe humble mug, elevated.Great MUG. Not a trekking cook kit, but absolutely works as a quick boil pot. I bought it specifically because it is the perfect jack of all trades sort of item. Not too big that it looks like you are drinking out of a tankard, and not so small that you couldn't boil enough water for a 2-person freeze-dried dinner or afternoon tea. Which really isn't enough water to really warrant a lid unless you are way up in the alpine zone. Diameter is perfect for the backup stove kit, but I also find its large enough to stuff with other stuff & the bag holds it all in. I also appreciate the note of the previous reviewer–holds a FULL 16oz of sudsy camping liquid with ease (dude, sixpoint!). Its single walled, and titanium, so a thermos it ain't (although surprisingly effective). Hot lips: great idea. Bottom line: if you are one of those people (like myself) that simply rinse out the same cup all day, everyday, this is for you.
Date published: 2014-03-30
Rated5out of5byIrishmtnclimberfromAwesome!All you need in the mountains.
Date published: 2014-03-06
Rated5out of5byenginerd2010fromGreat mugThis thing is stupidly light weight and perfect for travels. Feels like the Hotlips doubles the weight of the whole thing, which is to say how light it is, a definite plus. The handle takes some use to get to since it hinges. Overall, I love it. Perfect for cooking with to.
Date published: 2014-01-14
Rated5out of5byBennett PrescottfromExcellent Multi-Purpose MugJust so nobody else gets confused and calls Snow Peak for help, this mug will fit both the GigaPower Auto stove and a 100g fuel canister. That makes it about as capable as the JetBoil Sol but 2.5" shorter: much easier to pack if all you need to do is boil water, and about the same weight.
To fit the stove and fuel canister, the stove has to go in first without its plastic carrying case. I find it fits best with the piezo igniter facing down. Then the fuel canister can go in, minus its plastic cap that protects the threads, and upside down. It's a snug fit but once it all goes into the mesh carrying bag everything stays together pretty well. You may want to fit a small absorbent towel around the GigaPower stove to keep it a little more secure, and from scratching up itself or your mug.
So far the mug is great. Seems very well built, handles are strong and fold away easily without rattling in either position. I found the hot lips absolutely useless - by the time the liquid in the mug is cool enough for me to drink, the rim of the mug is plenty cool to touch my lips against. That's after boiling 0.5L of water directly in the mug and making tea. The handles are a bigger heat problem than the mug, I needed a pot holder to take the mug off the stove even after waiting a minute for it to cool. By the time my tea had finished steeping though the handles were fine, and it was almost the right temperature to drink.
I did not intend to go quite so minimalist in my camping stove setup, but bought these components to try out and help me decide which way to go. I've definitely made up my mind!
Date published: 2014-01-06
Rated5out of5bySmallsfromLight and smallHasn't leaked yet!!!
Date published: 2013-09-12
Rated4out of5byseaoasisfromStarbucks Via not includedJust received the Snow Peak 600 titanium without the Starbucks Vias. Just wanted to let everyone know. I have four boxes at home so no problem but the description is misleading. I have a stainless mug with odd handles and the Snow Peak is half the weight and better ergonomic handles. The hot lips are perfect and the mug is excellent to boil water on the MSR Pocket Rocket. The Snow Peak spork (sold separately) is a perfect companion.
Date published: 2013-09-11
Rated5out of5bymahoneyfromits the only cup you will ever needjust got back from an Alaska fly in where weight is important and used the cup for coffee and to boil water for food 100% satisfied
Date published: 2013-09-04
Rated2out of5byEngineerfromPoor Value needs a lidGet the mini solo set instead. This has no lid, which IMHO makes a camping mug absolutely worthless. It seems to have stainless handles, which seems to double the weight. It does not nest with their mini solo set, nor does the mini solo lid fit. The mini solo is 100% better than this thing, and not much bigger. The mini solo has Ti handles, this does not. The mini solo has a Ti lid, this does not. The mini solo is tall enough to fit two gas cartridges, this isn't. The mini solo comes with a second cup, so you can use that set for two people, this does not. This also does not save any space over the mini solo. The mini solo is the exact same diameter, and maybe a half inch taller. I am pretty sure the mini solo main pot and lid is lighter than this without the lid.
I'd spend less and get a plastic mug with a lid, or spend more and get the mini solo set.
Date published: 2013-08-23
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Snow Peak Titanium Mug with HotLips Customer Reviews