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    This lightweight and durable cup will become a staple in your sack.

    The Snow Peak Titanium Single Wall Cup 450 is rust proof and tough. This 14 fluid oz, titanium cup/pot with an ergonomic handle weighs in at a mere 2.4 oz. Corrosion-resistant titanium is super lightweight and has superior strength compared to steel. Use it for your favorite backcountry beverages—it won't taint your coffee with the taste of the soup you had for dinner.
    • Item #SNO0033

    Tech Specs

    14 oz
    yes, double-wall
    Claimed Weight
    2.4 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Great piece of gear

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    A very lightweight, perfect sized mug. Handles are solid.

    I always carry one on 4 day, 3 night solo backpacking trips; I store a 4oz Nalgene jar with sugar for coffee in it. It's use allows me to use my stove solely to boil water, so I have no need to store it away from my tent each night to keep bears away from me. I can safely store the stove in the tent's vestibule.

    It's dishwasher safe, and the only wear on mine is cosmetic- the painted logo has faded over time. I carry it, the 4oz Nalgene stored in it, and a long spoon in a 2 liter GG air bag.

    Great piece of gear

    Light and Amazing

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you need a mug that is ridiculously lightweight, then this is your winner. It almost feels like nothing when you pick it up! If you heavily into backpacking and counting you ounces then you will want to snag this one. It's durable and packs down nicely with collapsible handle. Snow Peak!!!

    A classic

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    A quick-to-become classic mug, this is good for anything cold, hot, or in between. Easy to collapse and pack away after all is said and done, and easy to pop back up when you need that coffee fix. Use it for beverages, soup, and anything else you might eat with a spoon or a fork, for that matter.

    A favorite tool in the backcountry

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is just what any backpacker could ask for in a cup. It's lightweight, not flashy neon colors & it holds a perfect amount of coffee, oatmeal, noodles, etc. Such a essential piece to keep in the pack, I even use it at home from time to time.

    A favorite tool in the backcountry

    A Nearly Weightless Cup

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This mug has been my friend already after the short time I've owned it. From drinking a fresh coffee while watching morning begin over Lake Superior to keeping me warm with a hot chocolate and peppermint schnapps track side at a Rally Race. I love this mug and plan on getting more and more use from it. It is a core piece of my kit.

    A Nearly Weightless Cup

    Light weight and versatile.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have had this cup for a number of years and there is not even a dent in it. Its nice to have on those cold mornings when you need a warm beverage. I have even used this as my cooking pot for flash boil meals when packing UL. Great cup for the morning joe!

    I guess it works?

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I got suckered into falling into this cup fad via my yuppie alpine friends.

    They are pretty slick looking and are extremely light and are "so-so" in the durable department. But at this price I honestly don't get it. I suppose if you use this as your main source of boiling water on the trail then I guess it makes sense, but it's not really big enough to boil much for cooking etc.

    The main downside though is how much heat it loses and how it usually dumps that heat right onto your skin since you can literally only hold this cup by it's handle. I've burnt myself countless times trying to juggle using this mug with other activities.

    I still use mine though when I backpack but mostly because I spent 30 bucks on it.

    Drink Up!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This cup is amazing and now I have to buy the double walled version as I am confident it is just as awesome if not more if you are not too concerned about 2oz.

    I highly recommend picking up a pack of the Snow Peak HotLips as this cup transfers heat almost too well. I also find myself frequently wrapping this cup with a bandanna if I am enjoying a cup of joe without gloves on.

    By far my favorite camp cup and has quickly become my go to cocktail cup around the house.

    One mug to rule them all!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This mug is awesome! It is the only mug that you will ever need! The Snow Peak 450 is built like a tank and can handle anything you throw at it. Mine goes with me everywhere from the my house, to the trail, and into the office!

    This wonder mug can do it all. It surprisingly keeps my coffee warm for a while. The handles are great and fold out of the way and have yet to get to hot to hold. The mug itself gets warm when filled with coffee, but you can still drink out of it without fear of burning your lips. I have not found a need for the hot lips yet.

    Another great thing about this mug is that you can throw it on your stove and make your oatmeal out on the trail in it, or can warm up your coffee if you let it get to cold. This is something you cannot do in the double wall version of this mug.

    This is a great purchase, and is something that I will not need to buy again for a long time!

    Perfect Size

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This little cup allows me to drink coffee in the mornings and therefore I love it. It is a great size and I am pretty sure it will last forever

    Sweet cup

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    It is just the right size, durable as all get-out and light as a feather. It also just looks damned good with the Snow Peak logo and the distinctive titanium color. It nestles inside my Snow Peak cookset, and I use a couple packets of tea or cocoa to keep it from rattling around. An unreserved 5-stars


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is perfect for backpacking. It is super light weight so you won't feel it in your pack. It is just right for all your eating needs. you can use it as a bowl for oatmeal or your morning coffee. I love this thing.

    Perfect Camping Mug

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I use this in concert with my Snow Peak 700 pot when I'm in the backcountry. It holds cider, coffee, and whatever else I feel like drinking. It's single wall, so if you're so inclinded you can toss it right on the flame and be just fine. I find it's a little small to fit on my pot stand, though, so I usually use the 700 for my water heating needs. That also keeps the cup itself cool enough to drink out of. If you need a mug, look no further!

    Use it everyday

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I drag this damn thing with me all over the place. I drink my coffee or eat my oat meal out of it daily. Looks awesome all beat up, my girlfriend says its the ugliest cup she has ever seen! I forgot it at my sons house in Denver and had to cheat on it for two weeks sad times. It transfers heat very well and you have to watch out or you'll burn your lips off. Bonus: hang it on your pack with a biner and it will double as a bear bell clang clang clang down the trail it goes!

    Will the single wall 450 fit inside a...

    Will the single wall 450 fit inside a jetboil PCS?

    Can't verify it at home, but the 450 is 3.4" outside diameter, and the PCS pot is 4.1" o.d.

    Works in theory, but it will kill the nesting capabilities of the rest of the PCS system and your 100g canister.

    How does the Snow Peak Titanium Single...

    How does the Snow Peak Titanium Single Wall Cup compare with the MSR Titan Cup? I would assume they are the same but the MSR Titan Cup is $15.00 more.

    Which size cup will a nageen bootle fit...

    Which size cup will a nageen bootle fit into? I want a titanium single wall or double wall but, for packing reasons would like to place a nagen bootle into one.

    I have the titanium 600 (20 oz.) and a 32 oz. Nalgene bottle will not fit into it. I don't believe that there are many cups that they will as stated by Mr. Maher. I do have few SIGG bottles and all of them fit into the cup just fine.

    LoL, Phil, I think he meant so that the bottle tightly nests (ignoring height) inside the cup as seen in this image:
    This seems to be a common miscommunication I'm finding as I do my own research to find a titanium mug that will indeed tightly nest with a 1L nalgene. If and when I find one Dan, I will let you know!