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  • Cook your meals in this handy solo pot, then eat right out of it; save weight by leaving an extra bowl at home
  • Flip-top lid features a convenient slot for draining pasta and rice without making a mess
  • A spork can slide into the same slot for packing
  • GigaPower 110 fuel and GigaPower Stove can be stored in the Trek 700, saving valuable pack space
  • Includes a mesh storage sack


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Best Use Backpacking
Liquid Capacity (L) 0.7 liter
Liquid Capacity (fl. oz.) 24 fluid ounces
Material(s) Titanium
Dimensions 4.1 x 4.4 inches
BPA Free Yes
Weight 4.8 ounces
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Snow Peak Trek 700 Mug This is a great mug that i have used for 5 months now. I have seen hits about the handles getting hot when is used. I have also had this prob when using the mug. The way I have solved this prob is pulling the handles off. Go down to a hobby shop with R/c cars and find 2 1/2 ft of thick hight temp silicone gas line that will fit over the one end of the handle. With sone soap and water slide the gas line on as far as you wount cut then wash the soap off reinstall the handles done. THis gas line is good for about 200 dg. I spent about $4.00.
Date published: 2009-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Convenience (not weight) is your friend Forget about weight savings -- the difference between this pot in steel versus titanium isn't worth mentioning as a practical advantage. It's the shape of this pot that's the winner. If you have a Gigapower stove (and really, if you camp in the summer, why don't you have one?), this is the perfect solution for keeping your stove and fuel canister neatly protected in your pack. If you go on solo trips and all you do is boil water for your oatmeal, your coffee and tea, and your evening dried meal, you don't need a cookset -- you just need this pot. That's all. Dig it.
Date published: 2007-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple and dependable I've had mine for about 6 years now, and love it so much that I even use it on my desktop at home, along with a small Gigapower stove, for making coffee and tea during the day, Perfect for a boiling drinking water, making a cup of Ramen, coffee, tea, pasta, whatever. I've used mine over fire, coals, and most often the Gigapower stove, which I bought at the same time. (It's been equally dependable and still works like new.) And of course, the size means that you can stuff in your pack side pocket, with your standard size (liter) water bottle nested in it.
Date published: 2014-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for the solo backpacker Awesome pot/mug. It was all I used for cooking/eating during my 2012 AT thru-hike. Good size and capacity. Very lightweight, so great for backpacking. Kinda expensive, but all backpacking gear is expensive. I accidentally dropped mine off a mountain, and watched in horror as it went rolling and banging down into the abyss. So I bought a new one. It's a good pot. If you're a solo backpacker don't bother with those cute pots-and-pans sets, just get one of these. Also, Snowpeak makes good titanium sporks. Get one of those, too.
Date published: 2013-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Soloist Pot The Trek 700 is everything they advertise. It is lightweight, durable, compatible with many stoves, and perfect for a soloist. I purchased the Trek 700 to use with my MSR Pocket Rocket and to replace my Jetboil PCS I received as a gift. After a couple of years of use I fell in love with the Jetboil coffee press. I just lived with the fact the PCS it is rather bulky and a little on the heavy side.What made me switch to this cup was my Jetboil coffee press fits perfectly after I shortened the handle to fit better (the PCS is 1 liter and taller).For those of you who may not have the Jetboil, you can purchase a lid directly through [@] and the coffee press is available at REI of course.Tip: heat up the plastic cap on the press just enough to pop it off. Cut just over an inch off and then use a glue that will bond w/ both plastic and aluminum to fit cap back on.
Date published: 2011-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great mug/pot This is a solid set for a single gear. I used it with a smaller Snow Peak mug and a Snow Peak spork (which fits in the slot of the lid) and enjoyed it. I now nest my stove in it (micro Rocket) with fuel and then nest this inside of a Snow Peak Trek 900. If I need the extra gear, the 900 can then be nested inside the Snow Peak Trek 1400. That is a lot of gear in a small package. I only need two pot/mugs and a plate/pan so I stick with this guy in a 900. I have no complaints about this system, well made and works great!
Date published: 2013-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Cup This is a great all-around cup and lid. It is lightweight. It is wide enough that it fits on top of an aluminum alcohol stove or small gas stove to boil water. You can also place an aluminum alcohol stove and a small bottle of denatured alcohol inside the cup. The other great thing about this cup is the measurements INSIDE the cup. I carry this cup in my backpack, wouldn't go anywhere without it.
Date published: 2013-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Ultralight Cookware This is the only cookware I take with me when I am in the backcountry. It has volume large enough to prepare a meal for one, maybe two people. Great for a coffee mug, cooking pot, bowl, etc. Single wall construction makes this container warm very quickly and likewise cool very quickly. Recommend hot lips for hot beverages.
Date published: 2013-06-22
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How does the lid work? What is the purpose of the little tabs on the side with the hole that seem to hold the lid down only on that side and make it hard to remove and replace the lid? What is the purpose of the large tab sticking up on the opposite side?

Asked by: Gu Hun Ye Gui
The lid on the Trek 700 Mug can also function as a strainer (hole in the lid). The metal tabs on the lid will allow you to hang the lid on the side of the cup. Snow Peak has a great video on their website that shows the mug in use.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-21

Are the silicone "hotlips" suitable for this mug?

Asked by: Thinktov
Yes, the Snow Peak HotLips will fit on this mug.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-13

Which of th SnowPeak mugs will nest within? I have the SnowPeak 600 Dual Wall and 600 Single Wall. Will either of these nest within this?

Asked by: TXMike
The 600 single wall mug will nest inside the Trek 700, but it will be a tight fit. The manufacturer says the 600 dual wall is too large to nest.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-19

So the lid is titanium? What is the weight of the lid?

Asked by: Redirect
​The lid is titanium as well. The lid alone weighs approximately 1 oz.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-23

Will this cup fit on the outside of a 32 oz/1 lt water bottle?

Asked by: Neeman
The SnowPeak Ti Trek 700 mug is 4.1 inches in diameter; a standard 32 ounce, Nalgene water bottle is 3.6 inches in diameter. If you have a standard 32 ounce Nalgene water bottle, then it should nest inside this mug.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-08

Is the lid also Ti? It is much heavier material than the pot. I'm getting conflicting reports of steel. TIA

Asked by: telemark jones
The entire mug is made of titanium.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-21
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