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Titanium Single Wall Cup 600

Snow Peak Titanium Single Wall Cup 600 is rust proof and tough. This ultralight weight mug weighs only two ounces and won't taint your coffee with a metallic taste.

  • Snow Peak's largest ultralight titanium cup for camping
  • Titanium is light and durable enough to place on a stove
  • Folding handle adds convenience and packs away with ease
  • Item #SNO0022

Material
titanium
Volume
21 oz
Insulated
yes, double-wall
Includes
folding handle
Dimensions
[outer] 3.8 x 4in [inner diameter] 3.5in
Claimed Weight
2.8 oz
Recommended Use
camping
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 5

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Great mid-sized mug for drinking and cooking. Super light weight and seems fairly durable.

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Rad!

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

This is so light! I have not got to take it out yet, but I will be using it for my coffee and food all summer. I plan on making a customer lid.

>Rating: 5

Lightweight

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I've put it through the wringer

Super nice solo backpacking option, Wish they made a lid for it. Lightweight. Kind of expensive but totally worth it.

>Rating: 5

Great Solo System

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I've used it several times

This mug paired with a small stove is a great fast and light setup for one person on short or long backpacking trips. It is super light and just enough room for your oatmeal, raman, or dehyrated meals. It is also great for bitter cold days at the crag or boulder field. Take a rest between burns and brew up a hot beverage or noodles to warm you up mid day and not worry about the extra weight on the hike up.

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All in one Cup

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I've put it through the wringer

The titanium single wall cup can not be enough said about this little giant. This is my go to cup in every case. Just under 3 ounces is a miracle. I have used this with my ultra light stove system, also have boiled water from a fire. Great for ultra light hiking.

>Rating: 5

It gets the job done

Great cup and easily packable with a msr pocket rocket 2 inside it with a canister of fuel on top

Great
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Keeping it simple

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I've put it through the wringer

This is a proven old-school design but implemented in lightweight titanium. It works well as both a solo cooker and as a mug. I boil water in it for dehydrated meals then make hot chocolate in it while I'm waiting for the meal to rehydrate.

>Rating: 5

Good housewarming gift

I got these for friends for a housewarming gift and they love them!

>Rating: 5

Perfect cup that will last a lifetime

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This cup is awesome (filled with a good IPA or a mountain mocha)! Super lightweight and a great size. Holds the right amount of liquid!

This
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Versatile

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I love this cup, had a 450 but it didn't meet the requirements of coffee volume I need after a damp and cold night in a tent. Snow peak French press will nest inside this cup and is great for cooking in just grab some hot lips from backcountry.

>Rating: 5

This is the cup to get!

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

I love snow peak's designs, and this cup is no different! It is ultra lightweight, and durable as all get out! Titanium does have a tendency to scratch up a bit, but since the finish on the cup is matte, I don't believe any dings will show up. This is a great cup.

>Rating: 5

GREAT ALL AROUND MUG

Use this thing to cook in a lot and its perfect for that as well as a normal mug. Also extremely light and ive found it fits the small thermarest xlite almost perfectly

>Rating: 5

The one that does it all

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I've put it through the wringer

I recently spent 2+ weeks roadtripping across the U.S. and each morning this mug held my oatmeal. Maple Brown Sugar, Cinnamon Apple, even a combination of Strawberry and Banana! This mug held up wonderfully to all oatmeal flavors I threw at it. Can also be used as a musical instrument. Ben brabinowitz@backcountry.com 801-746-7564

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Early morning oatmeal

Ben brabinowitz@backcountry.com 801-746-7564

Ben
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Snow Peak 600 Review

It's a great cup!

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Great!

The Snow Peak Titanium Single Wall Cup is a good option, and one of the cheapest for titanium on the market. The construction is great on the Snow Peak Titanium Single Wall Cup compared to the MSR and you get much more capacity for your money compared to the China made MSR cup. I like the Snow Peak Titanium Single Wall Cup, even though it is not USA made. Berz Rating: 89/100

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Snow Peak 600

Making hot chocolate on the trail with Snow Peak 600, custom aluminum lid with wooden top handle

Making

100g gaz cartridge, titanium stove and a lighter nests perfectly inside the Show Peak 600

>Rating: 5

Light, useful, perfect size

Absolutely top notch mug. Very, very light. Throw a small stove in (I use a LiteMax) and throw a 110g fuel can on top, grab a small stuff sack and stuff a handkerchief on top and cinch it up with a spork inside and your cookset is good to go. Only single downside is if you dent the mug with your fuel can inside you may not get it, or your stove, out. So you do have to be a bit careful with how you place it in your pack so as to not bend or dent the mug. Also, if you've never had a hot drink out of titanium... for the love of God, make sure you're holding the handle if you pour something hot into it. If you're holding the body of the mug you'll scream like a little schoolgirl and throw your scalding drink all over your tent, your buddy, or yourself. Titanium transfers heat almost instantaneously. PS. Some people like using the Hot Lips silicon edge, but I don't mind sipping quickly to prevent any major pain. The Hot Lips seems like a luxurious bauble.

>Rating: 5

That's All Folks

This is all I carry. I have an older version that they called a cooker but it's the same cup with a lid. I never use the lid. Add a spork and a plastic coffee mug / measuring cup ... and that's all folks. My Snow Peak stove fits inside of the mug. When soloing ... this is the way to go!

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Another variation on a lid design.

I picked up this lid from www.minibulldesign.com. It's a well fitting, incredibly lightweight aluminum lid with a wood knob to insulate from the heat if you are using it to cook.

I
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will the 450 single wall nest inside the 600?

Hi Steve, You could probably fit a 450 in the 600. It might be a tight fit because of the handles and scratch the inside. But it will most likely fit inside!

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Could you put this over the fire?

Yes you can! Be careful taking it out though :)

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Hi. Will the SP 450 nest inside the SP 600? I'd like to buy both, but I must be sure if I can put SP450 inside. Thank you in advance.

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Can this be used to cook with over a very small wood fire? Or should I go for a double walled design instead? I don't like all the dollar signs with the double walled cup, though, lol. I'm thinking it would be a good thing to have on a wildland fire.

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Will the GSI minimalist nest inside this?

Hey Paul, The GSI Halulite Minimalist cookset will not nest inside this cup. Let me know if you had any other questions! Ben brabinowitz@backcountry.com 801-746-7564

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Will the SP 600 nest inside the SP 700? ...

Will the SP 600 nest inside the SP 700? Someone on BPL said no, but I want to double-check here as it appears some experts are responding to questions. Also, does anyone know if the little silicon cup that comes with the SP Hybrid Cook Set will fit outside or inside the SP 700? I just ordered it separately from SP for $10 and would like to head off the order if unworkable. Measurements for backpacking items are incredibly unreliable. (My apologies if this question posts twice.)

Answering my own questions for anyone else who might also be wondering: 1) SP says the 600 single-wall mug will nest tightly with the Trek 700. 2) SP says the little silicone cup will attach to the outside of the Trek 700. Not sure I buy the second answer, but the dude had the 600 and 700 in front of him (I could hear it) and he said it fit.

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What are the dimensions of this cup??...

What are the dimensions of this cup?? Thanks!

Hey Anthony and or Ashley, The cup is 3.9 across x 4 inches tall.

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DOES THE SNOW PEAK 600 COME WITH A STUFF...

DOES THE SNOW PEAK 600 COME WITH A STUFF SACK?

No, the single wall 600 cups don't come with stuff sacks, just the double wall 600. You can't cook in double wall cups, and sometimes it would be nice to be able to, but I have to say that, for what it's worth, I generally prefer my double wall for eating and drinking only because of the insulation and I leave my cooking to a slightly larger pot like the 700 or 900, both of which do come with sacks. BTW- the 600 mug nests beautifully into the 900 pot. Hope this helps you out.

My order came in the other day from Backcountry and there was a stuff sack with my Snow Peak 600 single wall mug.

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Does anyone know if this mug is big enough...

Does anyone know if this mug is big enough to fit a small canister in the inside? if not what is the difference between this and the 450 and would the 450 be able to hold the small canister??

To answer your second question first - the difference between the 600 and the 450 is volume. The 600 is a 600ml cup (about 21oz) and the 450 is a 450ml cup (about 14oz). The 450 is SMALLER than the 600 (and weighs about .5oz less). Now for the first question - the smallest canister that I know of is the Jetboil Jetpower 100g canister. It's dimensions are 3.5" diameter by 2.5" tall. The dimensions of a 600 are 3.8" diameter by 4" tall. So YES, this canister will fit inside the 600. However it will NOT fit inside the 450, which has a diameter of only 3.4".

The Snow Peak 110g canister will fit @ 3.25", but here's a hitch to it, the 600 cup tapers in at the bottom, so it won't go all the way down and will be snug, so if you're also hoping to nest a small stove like the Gigapower or Litemax, the stove will have to go in first. The 3.5" Jetboil 100g canister won't fit. It gets hung up on the lip of the cup because the 3.8" diameter is measured on the outside of it. The smaller Snow Peak diameter canisters will all fit easily into the Trek 700 pot, and if you want to use a full sized canister like an MSR, you'll need to go up to the Trek 900.

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Will this work with a soda can stove? It...

Will this work with a soda can stove? It has an open flame, so that is what I am worrying about. If so, would the 450 model be a better cup?

There shouldn't be any problem with doing that. I've stuck mine on a few different types of cooking fires/stoves with no problems yet.

A soda can stove with a wide burn pattern (like the Penny Stove) will shoot flames up the side of this narrow mug, which will make it less efficient than a wider pot. Also, the handles will get searingly hot. On the upside, I do know that lots of people do use this as a pot for ultralight rigs. I have used it a fair amount for boiling water, and the writing on the side even holds up to moderate flame. You can even buy a custom lid for it from this guy's site. http://www.minibulldesign.com/apps/webstore/products/show/1232015 Hope that was a help

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Would an MSR Pocket Rocket be able to fit...

Would an MSR Pocket Rocket be able to fit inside the 600?

It will. A better option however is the MSR Titan Kettle. The reason is because it has a lid. You can use the Titan Kettle as a cup, bowl, or to boil water. It's the perfect companion to the Pocket Rocket. The other great thing about the Titan Kettle is that it not only will fit the Pocket Rocket inside, but a 4oz. canister if you put the Pocket Rocket in first. The lid fits on tightly and you've got a perfect set-up that's a whole half-pound lighter than JetBoil!

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can you use it over an open flame?

can you use it over an open flame?

you could, but it would probobly burn the bottem, it would look kind of bad, but yes you could

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IS this large enough in diameter to nest...

IS this large enough in diameter to nest ouside a nalgene water bottle?

I checked to see if my Nalgene Everyday (1 liter wide mouth) would fit. It will not. And a Nalgene Narrow Mouth has a wider diameter. Before I ordered, I measured the diameter of water bottle. It's approximately 3.5 inches and the cup description says its diameter is 3.75 inches; however, the 3.75 inches is at the lip of the cup. The inner diameter of the cup is less than 3.5 inches. A Sigg 1 liter classic fits no problem.

It's my understanding from backcountry online customer service that this cup will nest around the bottom of a GuyotDesigns Backpacker model stainless steel water bottle. The bottom of this bottle is tapered and per backcountry, will bottom out when placed into the Snow Peak Titanium Single Wall Cup 600. A Sigg bottle may also work (and it's definitely lighter than the GuyotDesigns bottle) but their aluminum bottles have a proprietary lining on the inside of the bottle so if you ever needed to boil water in the Sigg aluminum bottle you might experience water quality problems and/or issues with putting an aluminum bottle into a fire. Sigg does make a line of stainless steel bottles known as "Steelworks" but they do not recommend using any of their bottles for boiling water. I'm not certain if any liners or coatings are used inside Sigg's stainless bottles or whether the outside bottle dimension of the Steelworks base will allow the Snow Peak Titanium Single Wall Cup 600 to nest. Hope this was helpful.