The Snow Peak Single Wall Cup 450 is one of the lightest cups available. Great for backpacking, camping, and hiking. The Snow Peak Single Wall Cup 450 holds 14 full oz.
While you sit in camp, looking out over some high alpine lake, enjoy the rich comfort of your morning coffee in Snow Peak's Titanium Single Wall 450 Cup. Only 2.4 ounces and able to hold over a cup of fluid, you can't resist taking it with you to take part in some of the best moments spent in camp.
The Snow Peak Titanium single wall 450 cup holds 14 ounces of liquid and weighs only 2.4 oz.
|Capacity:||14 fl oz|
|Country of Origin:||Japan|
|Packed Size:||3.3" x 3.7"|
|Recommended Use:||Lightweight backpacking|
|Upc, Ean, Isbn:||691688171528|
|Volume:||14oz (414 mL)|
|Snow Peak Titanium Single Cup 450||$29.95 - $29.99|
|Snow Peak Titanium Single Wall Colored 450 Cup||$35.95 - $35.99|
|Snow Peak Titanium Double Wall Cup||$49.95 - $59.95|
|Snow Peak Single Wall Titanium Cup||$29.95 - $34.95|
This cup came with a lid it would be perfect! I use this cup nearly everyday for tea at school, where I heat water on a hotplate in this cup. At home I regularly find myself using it instead of a regular mug or cup to heat cold coffee on the stove with this mug.
Ive taken it in addition to my MSR Titan Kettle for backpacking. It will not completely 'nest' in the kettle, as you will not be able to put the lid on. It will nest completely in backcountry's 700ml Ti pot/mug.
The handles are nice and if you line them up will give a wide handle to hold because the bottom part of the handles butt first and the upper portion bows laterally from that point. However, this handle is mildly prone to shifting. I intentionally offset the handles so one is higher than the other and they overlap a little. This makes the width of the handle more narrow (thus less comfortable) however there is no chance they will shift in this configuration. Just my preference.
The reason I opted for the titanium vs. other metals is for the durability. I'm somewhat of a clean freak, and prefer to have a clean cup when eating/drinking something in the backcountry. So if I have noodles/soup/some other sticky substance in my cup I can easily clean it out by heating the cup over my stove with a little water. Cleans nice, works like a charm. Other metals can't handle the flux of heat and deform overtime. Yeah it's a little pricey for a cup but oh well, it will more than likely be the only one you ever have to buy.
Need a small, UL mug for boiling water on a small stove? This is a great choice.
Need a solid, light mug? Look for the double-wall version instead. I initially purchased this solely as a mug and had trouble with the liquids cooling off too fast and burning my lips (rough combination). The double-wall is perfect - my hot chocolate stays hot for a while and I can enjoy it without causing pain.
If there's any chance you'll heat water in it, purchase this. If you just need a mug, go with the double-wall version instead.
It's a titanium cup--that's really all you need to know. If that's something you want then get it. I had spent way too many hours of my time reading up on titanium cups. It was ridiculous. There's nothing special other than it's light because it's titanium. This is no better than the MSR Titan nor is the Titan better than the Snow Peak. Just get the cheaper one or the one that you think looks better.
It's a cool titanium mug, if you can justify the price. Anything will be 10x cooler in titanium.
If you've been putting your load on a diet, this is a great place to shave soem weight. It doesn't get lighter or more utiliarian that this. Thermal conductivity of Titanium is about 300k, compares to 45K of stainless steel, which is just a really geeky way of saying the heat from a stove on the bottom has a harder time traveling to the rim. But you should still be carful with the hot stuff.
Just another great Snow Peak product..I assume people go with the double wall to help insulate hot liquids better?? But single wall is the only way I'll go, its a little lighter and I dont have to worry about it blowing up on me when using on an open flame. I love the simple, straight to the point designs with Snow Peak, if they would only drop the price a little??? LOL