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  • Corrosion-resistant titanium is extremely lightweight and leaves no metallic smell or taste; mug weighs only 4.2 oz. and holds 14 fl. oz.
  • Folding handles make the mug easily packable
  • Double wall construction is not suitable for cooking; do not place mug on an open flame or hot burner


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Best Use Backpacking
Liquid Capacity (L) 0.4
Liquid Capacity (fl. oz.) 14
Insulated Yes
Material(s) Titanium
Ultralight Yes
Dimensions 3.4 x 3.8 inches
BPA Free Yes
Weight 4.2 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cup that will last a lifetime! Yes, the price is hard to swallow but not the delicious hot beverage you will be drinking out of this sexy double walled Ti cup. Do not buy Snow Peaks lid as it will leak. I found that some (you'll have to look around and experiment) of the throw away plastic lids fit on the cup.
Date published: 2014-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Warmth Rating Okay, ridiculously expensive, right? It's worth every penny. I bought one for my daughter as a gift and this past week we went backpacking through snow in the Olympic rain forest - brrr. We were drinking our coffee in the morning and with the lid, hers was still steamy when mine was stone cold. I loved my titanium mug until I saw hers in action. Now I'm buying these for my husband and myself!
Date published: 2014-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The only mug I need! I've been wanting this mug forever, and received it as a present last month. My only regret is that I didn't buy one sooner. This is amazing! With the lid, it keeps my coffee hot for a long time (longer than my double walled thermal mugs). It is easy to clean and I love the fold down handles. It weighs nothing and I can take it everywhere. When I travel, I put socks in it and pack it in my suitcase. Otherwise, I can attach the handles to a carabiner an clip it on my backpack or lunch bag. It's big enough to hold a nice size cup of soup. I even use it at home.
Date published: 2015-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just one of those things For whatever reason REI seems to have those products that end up being in the best money ever spent category. It is the utility and performance that set items like this apart. Finally, an apocalypse grade coffee mug! On a more practical note I have been using double wall vacuum insulated beverage wares on for many years on the go. I just get bonkers if my beverage reaches thermal equilibrium. In the past I wound up gulping it down at a maddening pace to avoid this and nobody likes being rushed. Finally a cup in the form factor of a mug that has the insulating characteristics I require, and it just happens to be tactical grade. One big test is to be able to put a beverage with ice in an insulated container and it not condensate, and I am not disappointed here. This is a very nice piece and I hope I have it for a very long times.
Date published: 2014-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprise! Lighter and More Compact! I am from the old Sierra Cup Days. Have my original which was nice because in those days you could dip your cup in a cold creek and drink without worries of water-borne disease. My "Old Sierra" also is blackened from warming oatmeal and soup over an open fire (ahh, those were the days). Well, they still are! I switched long ago to a plastic Patagonia cup (made by Aladdin) and have loved it for insulation and light-weight. I own a lot of Titanium cook supplies (MSR) and of course "The Spork" (love it) by Snow Peak) Hey, I even have the chopsticks! Never saw a reason to upgrade my cup (and frankly thought I'd gone overboard on the Ti kick, but when I stumbled upon this at REI ON SALE! I couldn't resist (fully expected to return it) but upon receipt (Sunday Delivery-Thanks UPS and Father Christmas) I promptly examined and found the quality great and then took out my gram scale (don't ask me why I have one) and weighed my old fave-the Patagonia (Aladdin cup) and the new Ti Snow Peak Double-Wall. The results: Snow Peak 313.4 g. The old plastic: 319.4. The bonus here is the old plastic lid fits perfectly (not airtight) but perfectly to MY NEW CUP! I love a cup I fully thought I'd be returning. The main reason I'm keeping is is shorter-wider and HOLDS EXACTLY the SAME VOLUME as my old plastic standby. Of course, because it's double-walled it provides excellent insulation (haven't tested above 10,000 ft yet, but confident it can do better than plastic). Just like plastic it can't be used over a flame-but haven't done that with a cup since the old Sierra-Cup days. Pleasantly surprised! Not 0ver the top price (on sale). REI Great! UPS Most-Excellent! Thanks.
Date published: 2014-12-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from What kind of camper are you? I told my kids to get me this for my birthday when I saw it on sale. It's great, high quality and all that. Really a cool product. But when I go on a week-long packing trip with the guys it's overkill and overpriced. It's still heavier than my cheap plastic coffee cup and my coffee cup is marked in ounces. Furthermore, who cares that it keeps coffee hot longer? I am more concerned about gulping down my coffee and hitting the trail. I still use it at home occasionally and I might take it car-camping with the family but it stays home for the serious trips. If you are looking for a great luxury product then this is for you but go with the cheap plastic cup when weight and cost are paramount.
Date published: 2015-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps coffee warmer longer I use this double walled cup as my home coffee cup and it keeps the coffee warmer longer, at least I think so. It's an excellent product but don't attempt to boil water in it. It's very lightweight and excellent for drinking hot liquids at home, work, or on the trail.
Date published: 2014-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best. Mug. Ever. It's hard to express how much I love this mug. It's quite honestly one of my top five favorite pieces of outdoor gear (and that includes things like my down and my tent!). It keeps drinks hot for a ridiculously long time and is big enough that you don't have to worry about liquid spilling all over everywhere. It's also light. I don't know what else to say except that when you know you've found the right one, you just know. This is the right one.
Date published: 2015-01-16
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I'd like having several of these cups for our morning coffee, but the advertisement on the side would give the impression that they were free gifts from Snow Peak. By chance, is all of that writing on a clear label that would be peeled off before using?

Asked by: Bear Biker
On a similar titanium cup I was able to use very fine grit sandpaper (the kind you use to wet sand on cars.) to get it down enough that the logo was gone.  I had to work the sandpaper evenly around the whole cup so it didn't look funny.  Now the cup has a unique swirl pattern all around that I like.  I bought my dad this SnowPeak cup for Christmas, I will see if he will let me try sanding his off and report back if it works.
Answered by: drab
Date published: 2016-12-16

Aside from the obvious, what's the major difference in single wall and double wall mugs?

Asked by: Sojourner74
The double wall mug will insulate longer, but cannot be put on a burner to heat. The air between the walls would expand and damage the mug.
Answered by: Benjamin L
Date published: 2017-02-04

My snow peak 450 double wall cup sweats when it has ice in it. Is this supposed to happen?

Asked by: IceParrot
This mug does sweat a little when filled with cold liquids.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-04

Do they stack?

Asked by: sunnybrook north
The Double Wall 450 Mug does not stack or nest with another mug.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-05-17

What is with the guy who says not to buy this cup's lid because it leaks? Leaks how? When you raise it to your mouth? When the cup jiggles around (like in a car)? Or does it leak really not leak at all?

Asked by: Philly Joe
The Snow Peak Thermal Lid does have a small hole at the top (as a lot of coffee cup lids do), so that may be what the reviewer was referring to. However, the lid is designed to hold in heat only and is not designed to be leak proof.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-23

Are these dishwasher safe?

Asked by: Sophieco
Snow Peak recommends washing the Titanium Double Wall 450 Mug by hand.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-15

Does this mug come in a mesh bag?

Asked by: RTMom
​The Titanium Double Wall 450 Mug does not come with a mesh storage bag.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-30

Do I need to buy the "hot lips" add on item in order to not burn my lips or is the double wall of the mug enough to drink my coffee without burning my lips?

Asked by: nativeplantnut
​No, they are not necessary for the Titanium Double Wall 450 Mug​. Most people only need them if they are purchasing one of the single wall cooking vessels from Snow Peak.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-05
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