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Snow Peak Titanium Double Wall Cup 450

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    Essential.

    As the morning sun climbs over the mountains that surround your high-mountain camp, you'll be glad you brought a supply of ground coffee and your Snow Peak Titanium Double Wall Cup 450. This stout little coffee mug weighs just four ounces so you'll hardly notice it in your pack, and it doesn't absorb tastes, so you won't have to worry about your morning coffee tasting like the margarita you made in there last night with a little help from that patch of snow you found—if only they made ultralight tequila.

    • Lightweight mug for camping and backpacking
    • Corrosion-resistant titanium withstands wear
    • Collapsible handle for easy packing
    • Smooth lip for comfortable sipping
    • Item #SNO0034

    Tech Specs

    Material
    titanium
    Volume
    14oz
    Insulated
    double-wall
    Dimensions
    3.4 x 3.8in
    Claimed Weight
    4.2oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Miffed!

      Way more money than I would normally ever spend on a cup for camping, but I had such great reviews I went for it.
      Well, tried it out at home 3 times, what a disappointment :(. This cup did NOT keep my cup of coffee hot any longer than my polish pottery mug! For real!
      For me, if it were a 10.00 dollar cup, okay whatever, but for the claims and the cost, it had to go back.

      You don't need it

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      You don't need it but you keep coming back to it, buy it already :). Bought this for my girlfriend who is an avid bike/backpacker and she loves it. She even uses it are her coffee mug at the house! Haven't gotten tired of enjoying looking at the build quality or feeling the weight.
      Insulation is almost too good, can't imagine buying a lid for it. Doesn't burn your mouth or have a metallic taste.

      Worth It.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The double wall keeps my hot coffee, tea, and meals hotter, longer, while keeping the cup comfortable to handle. I've tried several others and this is the one for me. Its light weight, when packed, my stove fits into it, and its one of my prized, and favorite items.

      Worth It.

      Awesome in a cup

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I was using the GSI insulated cup but did not like the fabric all the way up to the lip. When I drink I am sucking on the nylon sleeve and it gets all sloppy. I liked the high speed, low dragness of a Ti cup so I got the Snow Peak since they are a name to be respected. I was not disappointed! I used this in 27* weather and even without a lid my coffee stays hot for a good amount of time. Certainly long enough without having to chug. I love it, it’s fancy and over the top but I’ll be using this for life! Works well for hot or cold beverages and is the perfect size for a bottle of beer!

      Awesome in a cup

      Why all the hype?

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've had my mug for about 6 years now....I probably hyped it in the past, but I'm changing my mind. That being said I do like it...

      It's incredibly light yes, it's tough yes....
      But it's terrible at keeping a drink hot, even for a double wall cup. If weight is really an issue and you plan on downing your coffee quickly this may be for you.

      I prefer my much cheaper Yeti Low Ball Rambler that came with a lid. It keeps coffee hot much, much, much longer. Yes it's heavier but it's worth the weight IMO.

      Getting on my soapbox for a moment

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Let me start by saying I love this thing, chosen over lighter and cheaper options. There is just something about this classic titanium mug that feels so right and will most certainly create envy from your campmates. Note, this is the largest mug that they make a lid for, sold separately. Therein lies my complaint - what good is a double walled mug if it doesn't include a lid to keep the liquid warm? Why make a mug (the 600) and not a lid for it?
      I got past these obstacles and love the mug, but do have some minor grumbles about it.

      Perfect

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Love this mug. It's great for backpacking as it's incredibly light and the handles stow away. I love that it's double walled, so I don't burn my hands, but I can still feel some warmth on those cold mornings if I want.

      Adventure Cup

        This cup is perfect to take along on an adventure or just everyday normal life. It is super light weight and can easily be taken along on backpacking trips. The handles are almost too easily collapsible but keep your hands from being burned with hot liquid. Love my cup!

        Adventure Cup

        My favorite cup

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I not only use this out on the trail, I use it at home, and at work. Its almost become a daily companion like my phone or wallet. I have used the heck out of it, dropped it, kicked it pretty hard once by accident and it looks as good as when I got it-maybe better-with the patina of use.

        Last camp mug I'll buy

          I had always scoffed at spending this kind of money on a camp mug, but when I finally caved and did it, I wished I had done it sooner. Amazingly lightweight and the double wall insulation is impressive, even while winter camping it kept the coffee hot long enough to finish a cup without it cooling. Amazing product.

          Crazy Lightweight

            Not only is this incredibly expensive but it weights nothing. the double wall of the cup prevents hot coffee from burning your lips while sipping my favorite morning beverage. Appears to be able to take a beating.

            Am I correct in assuming the double wall...

            Am I correct in assuming the double wall 450 will nest inside the double wall 600? Need to pack two coffee mugs and want one big nest kitchen set up.

            Best Answer

            Inside my Trek 700 I fit the following :a 450 double wall mug, a Lite Max Ti stove , one mini Bic lighter, one hot lips (all inside the stove stuff sack) and a Ti wind screen from Four Dogs Stoves. Put on the lid and drop a 110 gr IsoPro fuel can on top of the lid. Insert the Ti spork into the slot. The spork and the funny protruding flap pin the fuel can in place on top of the lid .I put all of the above into my self made Refectix pot cozy and off I go.

            Does this thing nest well into any other...

            Does this thing nest well into any other snow peak pots? I'm looking for a Ti pot (for use with a cat can alky stove) to mostly boil water & do some simple cooking as well as have a sexy Ti coffe mug that passes the cool test and nests with my whole cook set. I think this is the mug - but can it nest into something else - that's the big question!

            Best Answer

            Hey,



            If you're going to spend the money, drop a little more and go to the 600 double-walled (sexier??...I guess). And yes, the 600 cup will nest into the Trek 900 pot, and the 450 cup will nest into the 700.



            Okay, so the photo shows a 450 Evernew single-walled mug, inside a Snow Peak 600 double-walled mug, inside the Trek 900, inside the Trek 1400. I'm not sure if the 900 is still available, but there is the combo set.



            Hope this helps, but yeah, the 600 is the way to go.

            Hey,

If you're going to spend the money, drop a little more and go to the 600 double-walled (sexier??...I guess). And yes, the 600 cup will nest into the Trek 900 pot, and the 450 cup will nest into the 700.

Okay, so the photo shows a 450 Evernew single-walled mug, inside a  Snow Peak 600 double-walled mug, inside the Trek 900, inside the Trek 1400. I'm not sure if the 900 is still available, but there is the combo set. 

Hope this helps, but yeah, the 600 is the way to go.

            Will it destroy the cup if used over direct...

            Will it destroy the cup if used over direct heat?

            Best Answer

            You can always use titanium over a backpacking stove though it looks as though the handle will probably get hot. However, If by direct heat you mean a camp fire then I would say try not to use it. I have a lot of titanium cookware and though it will always hold up over a fire it WILL warp due to the differences in temperature on the bottom of the cup. If your just purchasing it for a light weight cup to beat up, go for it; its not going to break. Anyways, love snow peak and wish you the best of luck!

            I would heed the warning that the manufacturer gives regarding double wall mugs, "Please note that any double wall cup should not be used over direct heat."

            You cannot always use titanium over a stove or fire. If it's single walled go ahead, but never with double walled vessels. Best case scenario the cup will bulge. Worst case it'll explode from the pressure.

            Just got this cup, is one handle meant to...

            Just got this cup, is one handle meant to be looser than the other? Also it sounds like there is something loose inside the double wall when I shake the cup? Should I return mine for another one?

            Best Answer

            If the piece of flash that's rattling around bugs you, return it. It's not uncommon for one or both the handles to be a little loose. I don't want you to wreck your cup, but the way to fix it is to pull the handles out the ends of the little tube they fit into. That's no problem, but then take a pair of pliers and slightly compress both the tubes on the cup a little. Don't screw up the weld and don't overdo it. Repeat it if you need to. If you're not comfortable with it, try compressing the tubes with the handles in place.

            Would this fit inside of a JetBoil instead...

            Would this fit inside of a JetBoil instead of the fuel canister?

            Edit: Does the outside diameter include the folded-in handles?

            Best Answer

            For further clarification, are you asking about the diameter of the two components only, or the overall fit along with the burner and canister stand? Diameter only- The slightly turned out lip of the Snow Peak cup offsets a good portion of the handle's extra width, but they do add a little, bringing the overall diameter of the cup to approx. 3.5" (same as the 100g Jetboil canister). The inside diameter of the Jetboil PCS and the Flash is 3.75". So, even with the handles on the 450, it easily drops right in. You might have a bit of problem with the cup and burner assembly together in terms of the height though.

            Does it come w/ a lid, or is that purchased...

            Does it come w/ a lid, or is that purchased separately? (saw a lid on the photo posted)

            Best Answer

            This cup/mug does not come with it's own lid. You'll have to fabricate your own. Make sure you find one that is @ least 3.75" in diameter, mine is 4. I will post pictures to this item later today.

            This cup/mug does not come with it's own lid.  You'll have to fabricate your own.  Make sure you find one that is @ least 3.75" in diameter, mine is 4.  I will post pictures to this item later today.

            Will this allow a 1 quart nalgene bottle...

            Will this allow a 1 quart nalgene bottle to nest inside of it?