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Snow Peak Double Wall 450 Titanium Cup Item # SNPMG053

Special Price $39.95

$49.95

You Save $10.00 20%

Special Price $39.95

$49.95

You Save $10.00 20%

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The Snow Peak Titanium Double Wall 450 cup holds 14 ounces of liquid and weighs only 4.2 oz. Double wall design keeps insulates well keeping your coffee hot.
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The Snow Peak Titanium Double Wall 450 cup holds 14 ounces of liquid and weighs only 4.2 oz.

The double wall design provides excellent insulation to keep your coffee hot, even on the coldest days. The handles stay cool, and fold away for easy packing.

  • Titanium construction
  • 14 oz. (0.4 quart) capacity; 3-1/2" diam x 3-3/4"h
  • Folding handles
Specs

Specs

Recommended Use Lightweight backpacking
Type Titanium Mug-Double Wall
Packed Size 3.4" x 3.7"
Item Weight 4.2 oz.
Capacity 14 oz.
Reviews

7 Item(s)

Likes: The Titanium material rocks!

Dislikes: Completely satisfied

Reviewed by Terry L. - August 23, 2013

Likes: I've only used this cup on dayhikes thus far. But, I did take a stove on the hike and used it to boil water for a Raman lunch. It preformed better than expected. Soup stayed hot even thorugh the day was cold and windy. I'll probably look into buying the lid.

Dislikes: Folding handles a little stiff.

Reviewed by Bob A. - March 26, 2013

Likes: Great camp cup ever

Dislikes: not at all

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - November 30, 2012

Likes: Snow Peak - light and well constructed

Dislikes: no complaints

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - May 24, 2010

Likes: Prior to purchasing this I carried a single-wall stainless steel GSI Outdoor Glacier Cup. The cost of the Snow Peak titanium double wall caused me to pause, but I have been very pleased with it. I drink Starbucks Via (which in my mind is the best stuff since sliced bread...no more French press or filter!) from it on backpacking trips, and it holds in the heat very well and is well constructed. I think Snow Peak makes a lid for it, but I haven't found a good reason to buy one or try to make one since my coffee has stayed warm in the time it takes me to drink it. It doesn't nest in a Nalgene, but it fits well in my GS1 Pinnacle Soloist pot along with my MSR Pocket Rocket stove.

Dislikes: expensive
didn't come with a lid

Reviewed by Kasey T. - March 4, 2010

Likes: I like this product so much.
It's good price in this month.

Dislikes: no

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - October 14, 2009

Likes: The construction is strong and light weight.

Dislikes: no

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - October 9, 2009