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Snow Peak Insulated Mug Review

By Eric Miller - October 26th, 2012 - No Comments
Snow Peak Insulated Mug Review
The H series of stacking mugs from Snow Peak is like the cool, adult, outdoor version of the tub toys many of us played with as kids. Only these are made of titanium, insulated, and way cooler. This summer I had the chance to test and review the Snow Peak Ti-Double H600 Stacking Mug courtesy of Snow Peak. Snow Peak Ti-Double H600 Stacking Mug Features Material: Titanium Dimensions: D 3.8″ H 4.1″ Capacity: 21.2 fl oz Weight: 4.4 oz Mesh Storage Bag Included Price: $54.95 Snow Peak Ti-Double H600 Stacking Mug Review Lightweight, insulated, packable are the three words that come to mind for the Snow Peak Ti-Double H600 Stacking Mug. The H series includes 5 mugs and the H600 is the second largest. All five mugs nest together within the biggest one. The H600 holds just over 20 ounces and weighs in at just over 4 ounces. It’s a good companion to your cook pot when going on two person trips. If you have the Snow Peak Trekker Kit or a number of other Snow Peak pots, it will nestle nicely inside along with your stove. It might not fit with the fuel canister though. I love that it’s insulated, but not bulky. It gives just enough protection to keep your hands from burning when holding hot stuff and it’s just enough to maintain temperature while you eat or drink. For drinking, the Snow Peak Hotlips are a great companion. Yes, they weren’t made specifically to fit on the H series, however, they will work. It’s a cool feature to ...Read more...


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