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  • Place mug directly on stove (sold separately) to heat coffee, tea or soup; then place the HotLips on the mug and start sipping—do not leave HotLips on over an open flame
  • Food-grade silicone HotLips stay cool to the touch so you won't burn your lips; silicone won't melt under normal use and is heat resistant to 446°F
  • Handles flip out for a secure grip and wrap around the mug for compact storage
  • Titanium mug with HotLips weighs only 3 oz., leaves no metallic smell or taste and will not rust; mug holds 20 fl. oz. (0.6 liter)
  • Mug is sized to stow a Snow Peak Giga Power or LiteMax stove and a 110g fuel canister, all sold separately

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Specs

Best Use Backpacking
Liquid Capacity (L) 0.59
Liquid Capacity (fl. oz.) 20
Material(s) Mug: titanium; HotLips: silicone
Ultralight Yes
Dimensions 3.9 x 4 inches
BPA Free Yes
Weight 3 ounces
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Have a proper pint wherever you travel. I was thrilled to find this cup can actually hold a pint's worth of liquid with ease. It's nice and light, plenty stout and does what a mug aught to, but it made me feel excited to know of it's functional capacity. I didn't really bother with the "hot lips" thing beyond making awkward MASH references on occasion, but I understand the purpose. I think graduation marks stamped into this mug would've made it more useful for back-country cookery, but it's nothing to get upset over. The biggest problem is 21st Ammendment Brewery doesn't sell pint cans of Back in Black to properly fill this thing on a short backpacking trip. One can dream...
Date published: 2013-03-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Overpriced! For backpacking I really like the idea of a 20 fl oz durable-but-ultra-light metal cup that can double as a solo cooking pot. But after purchasing the "Snow Peak Titanium" and using it several times I found that it has a lingering metallic taste that simply won't go away. And it is EXPENSIVE (!!) A better idea: For less than 1/4 the price of the "Snow Peak Titanium" you can get a 17 fl oz stainless steel cup made by StanSport that weighs 3.8 oz (vs. 3.0 oz for the Snow Peak). Or, for less than 1/3 the price of the Snow Peak, you can get a 12 fl oz anodized aluminum cup made by Esbit that weighs only 2.5 oz and includes a lip protector.[...]
Date published: 2011-07-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent mug, but overrated. The one drawback is the surface texture if the titanium. If water is left in the cup for an extended period of time a smell of sour mildew develops. It seems apparent that the matte finish is a perfect surface for bacteria to take hold. The cup must be washed and dried immediately after use to avoid the build up of organic matter causing the smell. It's a bit of a hassle when out in the wilds to always maintain a spotless mug. It's also a bit expensive considering how ordinary it is. Titanium isn't the best material for cooking which limits this thing to boiling water. No lid. I do like the shape of it though. It's plain, simple, and large enough to quench your thirst or to use as a bowl for chili, soup, etc.
Date published: 2011-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Multi-Purpose Mug Just 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: 2014-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The 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: 2014-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good with Homemade Lid I got this Snowpeak 600 Mug/pot with my REI dividend last week. I have owned and used an MSR Titan kettle for 7 years now on lightweight trips and find it to be a great to near perfect pot; however, there are times when I want an even smaller size pot to take up even less pack space and weight when I need to carry more gear and/or food in a Granite Gear Vapor pack and the Titan is too bulky to squeeze in well. So, I have been hunting around and comparing, and for the price,(again, I used my dividend)this is what I got. It is very compact and light: 2.8 oz and with the homemade lid weighs 3.35 oz. Warning: Don't cook in a double wall mug. This mug in the review is a SINGLE wall mug/pot.On capacity of the 600 mug: If one wants 2-3 packs of oatmeal and a hot drink in the morning, you will need more capacity than the 20 oz of the 600, and the Titan would be better so as to only have one boil. However, if you are eating cold cereal and want one large hot drink this cup is perfect for breakfast. For dinner: the 20 oz capacity is good if you have two boils-- one for soup and hot drink and one for a freeze dried dinner.On boiling 16-18 oz water: 1--14gram Titanium Esbit stove with 3/4 circumference aluminum foil windscreen:With:1--6.5g Coghlan's tab--10 min. to very low boil1.5--6.5 Coghlan's tabs---8.5 min. to boilSame stove set-up with 20 oz water:1---14g Esbit tab---9 minutes to rolling boilMini .25 oz top jet alcohol stove with well-made aluminum 360 degree windscreen and 20 oz water:3/4 oz Alcohol----8 min to roiling boil.Observations: a wider pot would get better boil times, but the whole point of the 600 is a small set-up that takes up little pack space--it can also be used as a cup with the Hotlips. I plan to make a cozy for it to have an insulated mug/pot too.The handle gets hot when used as pot on a stove but cools quickly to enable one to use it as a cup.HOMEMADE LID FOR SNOWPEAK 600:I made the lid from the bottom of a Archer Farms Mint Cocoa container.How:(Use common sense and safety when using hand tools)1) Go to [...] and get the Cocoa. 2) Drink/use the Cocoa.3) Cut cardboard out of bottom metal plate. The cardboard peels out of the metal inset easily. 4) With needle-nose pliers straighten out rim in very small increments all the way around the rim-carefully, because there is spring pressure on the plate. 5) Use brass polish to remove expiration date and time off bottom. 6) Measure and find and mark center. 7) Get aluminum screw and housing from [...] for .93 cents for pot-lid knob. 8) Clamp plate/lid and drill hole in center to fit makeshift screw knob9) Drill smaller steam release hole.10) Attach screw knob.11) Hand sand off any sharp shards on edges of lid or drill hole/steam hole.12) Make sure you use a cloth or glove to remove lid so as not to burn yourself.13) It's not as tight fitting like the MSR Titan, but it's my first lid and fits and works very well. 14) Weight of lid is .5 oz.16) Dry lid after using to prevent rusting.PS. See picture-This complete setup with mug, lid, stove, and windscreen weighs less than 3.5 oz. I will probably make a better windscreen out of an aluminum cookie sheet that may make the weight of the set-up between 3.5-3.7 oz. The good windscreen in the 2nd pic was made for the MSR Titan Kettle.
Date published: 2011-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great All-Rounder Excellent all-rounder Ti cup. I don't care for the hotlips, but that's easily tossed. Great size for a proper mug-sized beverage. To be clear, this will NOT nest in the Snow Peak 700, the bindings for the handles push it out too far by a few millimeters. You could manhandle it if you don't mind severely denting both cups, but I wasn't about to do that on an expensive cup. Go up a size to the Snow Peak 750 for proper nesting.
Date published: 2015-06-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Just not my "go to" mug. This thing is only good for boiling water. Anything you cook in it will leave residue on the walls and you will waste all of your drinking water supply to try to clean it. Do yourself a favor and get something with smooth surface. Anything will do a better job, then this thing. Same goes for their titanium cookware. Little weight difference will not brake your back and will save you a lot of money and hassle.
Date published: 2013-03-20
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Does a 1 liter Nalgene bottle fit into the cup?

Asked by: Scout334
No this will not fit a standard 32oz Nalgene bottle, which is very disappointing as that is why I bought it thanks for the bad info REI.
Answered by: Original A-5
Date published: 2017-06-03

Will the Snow Peak Titanium 600 Mug nest within the Snow Peak Trek 700 Titanium pot?

Asked by: Patrick Edward
The Snow Peak Titanium 600 Mug will not nest in the Snow Peak Trek 700 Titanium pot.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-10-27

Do they stack?

Asked by: sunnybrook north
The Titanium Mug with HotLips does not stack or nest with another mug.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

What is the mesh bag that is mentioned on the snow peak 600 mug package and also in one of the reviews?  Was the mesh bag supposed to come with the mug?

Asked by: Blittlebear
This mug does not come with a mesh bag.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-09-28

Will the single wall 450 nest inside the single wall 600.

Asked by: Butlerj91
The 450 mug will not nest inside the 600.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-03
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