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TOAKS Titanium 450ml Cup

October 20, 2015 - Comment

Titanium cup is light and strong, corrosion-resistant and lasts for years. Rounded bottom edges make cleaning easy and improves heating efficiency. Handles fold away for compact storage. Titanium leaves no metallic smell or taste. Product Features Material: Titanium Weight: 2.7oz (76g) Capacity: 15.2oz (450ml) (measured to the top of cup) Dimension: 3

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Titanium cup is light and strong, corrosion-resistant and lasts for years. Rounded bottom edges make cleaning easy and improves heating efficiency. Handles fold away for compact storage. Titanium leaves no metallic smell or taste.

Product Features

  • Material: Titanium
  • Weight: 2.7oz (76g)
  • Capacity: 15.2oz (450ml) (measured to the top of cup)
  • Dimension: 3 1/8″ (D) X 3 1/2″ (H) (80mm X 90mm )
  • Lid is available to purchase at TOAKS Outdoor website. It fits in TOAKS Titanium 550ml, 600ml, 650ml, 750ml, 800ml and 850ml pot. It can nest 16 oz Nalgene and 27 oz Kleen Kanteen water bottle.
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Comments

Amazon Customer says:

You can’t beat it. Update: after writing the review below yesterday; I made a wonderful discovery. Someone recommended using a side cut can opener and open a 5.5 OZ tuna can, and use that as a lid for the cup. Well that does not fit. Just as a test I tried the plastic lid from a Blue Diamond almond can. It fit PERFECTLY and will keep the stuff you store in the cup from falling out. I keep my MAHALO stove, fire steel, pot scraper, and lid to set the stove on, wind screen, etc. 

M. Kanai says:

Performs all the vital functions of a cup It holds water. It can be heated. It has little handles with a little indent that will rest in your pinkie finger. If you really want to, you can put stuff in it and shake it really loudly to scare bears (not manufacturer recommended). In a pinch, you could use it to perform the Cups Song. 

Papa Bear says:

Best buy for titanium cup I bought this cup for some very simple reasons. First the price. Most titanium cups this size go for between $35 and $40 dollars. This was only $20 bucks. I have compared it to the MSR Titan cup – at $40 dollars – and can’t see or feel any difference. The second reason was more specific. I wanted a cup that I could nest a stainless steel water bottle in the water bottle carrier portion of a Maxpedition Jumbo versipak. I first had tried to use a Nalgene 1 liter bottle with the Olicamp/GSI…

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