GSI Outdoors Stainless Bottle Cup/Pot

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GSI Outdoors Stainless Bottle Cup/Pot
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GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Bottle Cup/ Pot.
The GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Bottle Cup/ Pot is the ideal choice to carry on your camping trip. Made from high-grade 18/8 stainless steel, this cup/pot is sturdy, rugged, and long-lasting. This product is designed to slip over standard 1 liter water bottles, making it convenient to use. The cup features folding bail handles, which can be folded to enable easy storage. Place the cup over the stove to boil water, drink your favourite hot beverage from it, or use it as a fuel canister. Measuring 4 in. x 4 in. x 3.5 in, the cup is compact and easy to store. Since it weighs only 5.0, it is also lightweight and simple to carry in your backpack. This cup with a capacity of 18 oz. and is perfect for having your morning coffee! Enjoy the warmth of a cup of coffee with your GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Bottle Cup/ Pot.

Key Features.

Fit:

  • Cup/pot is designed to fit over the top of a standard 1-liter water bottle for compact storage in your backpack; folding bail handles further the space savings

Features:

  • Rust-proof
  • Even-heating
  • 18/8 stainless steel is built to last for years to come
  • Non-reactive
  • Exceptionally strong
  • Fire-proof
  • Collapsible handle
  • Weighs 4.9 oz
  • Holds 18 fl. oz. of liquid
  • GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless bottle cup/pot measures 4.2 x 3.5 in.
Campmor
If you need kitchenware that can take a beating and keep on heating, Glacier Stainless® is for you. The GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Bottle Cup is made of high-grade 18/8 stainless steel and built to last for years to come. The lightweight, ultra-rugged GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Bottle Cup is designed to slip over standard 1 L water bottles. Folding bail handles provide further space-savings and convenience.

BassPro.com

A versatile tool for outdoorsmen who like to stick with time-tested classics when choosing their gear, the GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Bottle Cup/Pot is always ready for use. This longtime choice for scouts and other frequent campers, stainless steel tableware can take a beating and keep coming back as functional as ever. Made of strong Glacier Stainless 18/8 stainless steel. Lightweight and ultra-rugged. Convenient fold away handles allow you to hold cup over a campfire to warm liquids. Dimensions: 4'' x 4'' x 3.5''.

Manufacturer model #: 68214.


Backcountry Edge

A durable, reliable piece of backcountry cookware, the GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Bottle Cup/Pot is constructed of high-grade stainless steel. Measuring 4.2" x 4.2" x 3.5" and sporting a collapsible handle, the cup serves as a mug, soup bowl or even a cook pot.


SummitHut.com

The Glacier Stainless Bottle Cup/Pot is perfect for ultralight backpacking. This durable, ultra-rugged piece of kitchen ware is designed to slip over standard 1 liter water bottles, and has folding bail handles to provide further space-savings and convenience. Made from Glacier Stainless, it can take a beating and keep on heating because each piece is made of high-grade 18/8 stainless steel and built to last for years to come.


USOutdoor.com
GSI Glacier Stainless Steel Bottle Cup / Pot: When it comes to durable, lightweight kitchenware, thousands of Boy Scouts can't be wrong. If you need kitchenware that can take a beating and keep on cooking, Glacier Stainless® is for you. Each piece is made of high-grade 18/8 stainless steel and built to last for years to come.

REI

The lightweight, rugged GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Bottle cup/pot can be placed on a stove to boil water or used to hold your favorite beverage while you eat dinner.

Imported.


Cabelas
An ultracompact, lightweight cup that doubles as a pot, making it ideal for backcountry camping trips. Space-saving design slips over standard 1-liter water bottles, and the handles fold away to retain a low profile. Stainless steel construction holds up to a lifetime of abuse in the field.
Capacity: 18 oz.
Dimensions: 4.2" dia. x 3.5"H.
Weight: 4.9 oz.

FontanaSports.com
Lightweight, ultra-rugged bottle cup/pot.

Features:
• Volume: 18 fl. oz.
• Weight: 4.9 oz.
• Dimensions: 4.2 x 4.2 x 3.5 in.
• Material:Stainless Steel.
• Product Use: Ultralight Backpacking

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Activity:Backpacking
BPA free:Yes
Capacity:18 fl. oz.
Dimensions:4.20 inches x 4.20 inches x 3.50 inches
Fits in cup holder:No
Insulated:No
Liquid capacity (L):0.5 liter
Liquid capacity (fl. oz.):18 fluid ounces
Material:Stainless Steel
Materials:Stainless Steel
Product Use:Ultralight Backpacking
Size:4in.x 4in.x 3.5 in.
Special Features:Designed to slip over standard 1 L water bottles. / Folding bail handles provide further space-savings and convenience
Weight:4.9 ounces
Wt:5.0 oz

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GSI Outdoors Stainless Bottle Cup/Pot Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Ideal for going lightweight on a budget

If you do mostly cook-in-a-bag meals with the odd hot beverage, for 1-3 people, GET THIS as your pot.

Paired with a basic backpacking stove, you're almost at Jetboil weight, with more flexibility and for a fraction of the cost. It can boil just over 2 cups of water at a time, which should be enough for just about every cook-in-bag meal I've come across.

Granted, a Jetboil system is more efficient. But, if you have a lid (easy enough to make by folding aluminum foil), that helps a bunch.

Also, I like knowing that if I run out of fuel or the stove fails, I can still easily boil water over a fire. And steel means it can take abuse.

Just watch out for the handles -- they can get hot.
themachina at REI on 08/08/2013

Back to the Future?

For Hikers of a Certain Age, this fits the ecological niche that Army surplus canteen cups occupied when we were kids. It's a very good combination with the 1 qt Nalgene bottle and a small canister stove for tea, cowboy coffee, oatmeal, and soup. I've used it with the Snowpeak Gigapower and the flame pattern fits the bottom of the cup perfectly. The cup with a 1 qt bottle, stove, and bigger Spork make a great minimal kitchen combination.

I've not been back in the snow since getting this cup, but the rolled lip looks strong enough for repeated use in digging icy snow for making water.

A very, very good concept and product.
Have Tarp, Will Travel at REI on 04/04/2013

It's a good cup

Waddya want? It's a metal cup. It's quite well made, it's lip is neatly done without visible seams and the bottom edge is rounded just enough to keep crud from accumulating and for easy cleaning. The handles seem sturdy and serviceable, and it fits neatly on the bottom of a Nalgene 1 liter bottle. The only problem I had was that my bottle holder is too snug a fit on a 1L Nalgene for the cup to also fit inside, but that isn't the cup's fault. This product could be made perfect if GSI made a fitted lid for it.
JM at Campmor on 07/07/2013

Satisfied with product.

The mug is almost exactly perfect. It's a good size and can be your one size fits all mug/bowl. I like that it fits over a standard Nalgene bottle, I also like that the handles fold down, these two things combined make it easy to pack. When compared to a standard mug, the handles are a bit awkward to hold. However the handle positioning does allow you to use the cup as a "kettle" so that might end up being a nice feature if you want to leave your cooking pots behind.
Sophia at Campmor on 11/11/2010

Wish it was in stock

I love this cup. Fits over my bottle, will not give in to being used over a flame, stove, or in the oven. I forget that I have it sometimes, and my only complaint is that I wish it was in stock at more locations. Seems like you can only order it online. Shame, more people would enjoy this if able to get the chance.
Free Trade Free Minds at REI on 11/11/2012

If only it came with a lid!

I use this as the central piece for my solo cook set while adventuring. I use it to boil water, cook, eat, and drink with. I'm able to pack everything I need for cooking in this cup

My only complaint with this item is that GSI does not make a lid compatible with this product.
John at Campmor on 01/01/2012

Don't try this with plastic!

Adding to my earlier review, this gives a whole new meaning to the old diner phrase "give me a warm up."

Surprisingly, this cup is not as much of a lip burner as I thought. The handles were long enough to even work in this monstrously large beach bonfire.
Have Tarp, Will Travel at REI on 08/08/2013

GREAT UTILITY CUP BUT...

great cup. everything as advertised and more. my one complaint is it should have a big brother. the diameter is perfect but if a model was available with higher walls maybe 6 or 7 inches and maybe a lid of some sort it would then get 5 stars
bobby talon at REI on 06/06/2013

Nice combo

Used as part of a kit to hike the canyons of Utah on day hikes. Perfect with a small stove for brewing up some tea or instant coffee or hot chocolate.
Southwestern at Campmor on 09/09/2010

Other uses

This cup in addition to fitting over a Nalgene 1L bottle also fits over an Optimus Svea 123 stove replacing the aluminum pot that comes with the stove.
Grey Eagle at REI on 04/04/2013

Negative Reviews:

It rusted in one day!

I ordered two of these for my son and I to use in our packs. One rusted in a single afternoon. The other is still fine, this goes to quality which so far is 50/50.
Mike at Campmor on 09/09/2013

Poor quality,

The cup arrived with a seperated and roughly finished rim. The sharp edges would cut your mouth. I am surprised that the product was shipped in this condition. It was a waste of my money.
Bob at Campmor on 07/07/2011