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Snow Peak Single Wall 600 Titanium Cup with Hotlips Item # SNP30202

Availability: In Stock!

Ships Monday.

Availability: In Stock!

Ships Monday.
The Snow Peak Single Wall 600 Titanium Cup with Hotlips holds 21.2 ounces of liquid and weighs just 2.8 ounces. The silicond Hotlips accessory allows you to safely drink hot beverages from the lightweight, premium-grade titanium mug.


The Snow Peak Single Wall 600 Titanium Cup with Hotlips holds 21.2 ounces of liquid and weighs just 2.9 ounces. Despite its light weight, premium-grade titanium is extremely durable. Because it can become extremely hot, Snow Peak includes a silicone Hotlips accessory that slips over the lip of the cup and provides a safe drinking point.

The handles of the Single Wall 600 Titanium cup fold down for easy packing.

  • Single Wall 600 Titanium Cup has a 21.2 fluid ounce capacity
  • Silicone Hotlips is heat resistant and microwave, dishwahser and freezer safe
  • Total combined weight of 2.9 ounces



10 Item(s)

Seems cool, and built solid

Likes: Size is what I was hoping for

Dislikes: I haven't used it yet

Reviewed by Derek J. - October 27, 2015
nice cup and that hotlips was great.

Likes: over the weekend, i was at a beach camping. took ferry to an island, haul 50 lb of load in a backpack, hiked into the camp, and had great time. strong wind, and rain made first night miserable, but wan't so bad, my tent didn't collapsed. but the best part of the morning coffee night after.

just had to boil water on my stove in this cup, and mixed instant coffee along with creamer and some sweetener and i have feeling very comfortable while others were still thinking about the coffee. the cup was big enough to boil enough water for two cups so i was able to share the water with another person. great cup, and the hotlips allowed me to drink the coffee comfortably on the hot cup.

Dislikes: i had another snow peak ti pot, they are not very strong. i dropped that other pot in the sink while washing it and put a nice dent on it. saving weight is great, but i wouldn't mind little thicker walls.

Reviewed by Peter K. - September 14, 2015

Likes: Hotlips

Dislikes: N/A

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - October 11, 2014

Likes: exactly as expected... rugged... light... perfect all purpose cup for backpacking.

Dislikes: nothing

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - November 20, 2012

Likes: i like it

Dislikes: -

Reviewed by Valeriy B. - November 9, 2012

Likes: You can not go wrong with this cup. I use it for everything, a pot, a cup, and storage. The hot lips help from burning you lips on the cup but still watch out for the liquid. The handles are a big help due to the cup heating up so fast, and staying hot. VERY HAPPY WITH THIS CUP.

Dislikes: Your fingerprints will stay on the outside, and it scratches easily.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - July 9, 2012

Likes: great choice if you are looking for lightweight and good quality cookware. Can use it as pot and mug, the size is good enough for poth. 'hotlips' is pretty cool feature prevent you from burning.

Dislikes: handles get hot

Reviewed by Anton A. - June 17, 2012

Likes: Super light, can fit a stove and small fuel canister in it for an ultralight cook setup, hot lips work beautifully

Dislikes: Nothing

Reviewed by Alexander B. - February 1, 2012

Likes: Hotlips make a great add-on for hot drinks, also great as a pot

Dislikes: na

Reviewed by Curt N. - December 13, 2011

Likes: I have many Snot Peak products. The 600 is another addition to my kit. It is great if you are rehydrating and only need 1 to 2 cups of water. It has a small footprint and nests with the other Snow Peak prodcuts. I like the silicone HotLips addition as it allows me to use this cup instead of scorching my lips drinking hot beverages. The Hotlip attachment keeps you from burning your lips. It is part of the 600 system however I have used it on a number of other pots with no issues. It is flexable and you just drop it in the bottom of your cookset. Just be careful not to lose it. I usually use it with my 900 and a friend of mine made a neat titanium lid for it.

Dislikes: The ONLY thing that I do not like about this cup is they left off the measurements on the inside of the cup. On the other hand it only holds two cups with about an inch left so it is still easy to guess how much is in the cup... But the markings on the inside would have been nice.

Reviewed by Arrel C. - December 28, 2010