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The last water bottle/travel mug/mini-cooler/soup holder you'll ever need.

Enjoy everything from your morning coffee to a post-hike brewski from the Snow Peak Titanium Kanpai Bottle. This incredibly versatile, super-lightweight vacuum-sealed bottle comes with three lids that you can switch out depending on the beverage you're craving at the moment.

  • Tumbler lid lets you drink directly from the bottle, and includes sliding cover to prevent splashes and spills
  • Thermal lid prevents hot liquids from cooling off or leaking
  • Cooler lid contains gel that, once frozen, can keep liquids cold for six hours
  • Sized to accommodate 12oz can

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Lightweight but expensive

    I like this thermos a lot. When I first received it the screw-on lid was squeaky and seemed cheap but after a few uses it worked itself out. Durability-wise, after a few weeks of abuse there are a couple tiny scratches on the lid and the body is in perfect condition. I prefer titanium to aluminum or stainless steel because, unlike the others, it seems to impart no metallic taste.

    This thermos performs well as a thermos. On a recent mountaineering trip to the Alaska Range I put hot chocolate in the thermos in the morning. About 8 hours later I opened the thermos and the hot chocolate was no longer piping hot but was definitely warm. Last weekend I used the thermos again for some lemonade with a few ice cubes. After 4 hours the ice cubes hadn't melted.

    Weights by my scale: Main body: 5.7 oz, Normal Lid: 1.5 oz, Sipping Lid: 1.4 oz, cooler lid: 3.3 oz. So the standard configuration is 5.7 + 1.5 = 7.2 oz.

    Overall I can say this is a great thermos but it's up to you if it's worth the extra cost.