The Alti Titanium Cup/Pot is crafted using titanium. Thereby allowing it to be super light in weight and highly portable.
The product's handle is designed so you can leave it pointing upwards with confidence.
If you're looking for the perfect 1-lr boiler for making coffee, tea, and camp meals, as well as
sanitizing water for safe drinking and emergencies, this is the one for you.
The cup weighs only 63 grams, and the folding handle can be wrapped around the body when the cup is not being used.
I use this all the time even in my house on the stove. The pour spout is nice for getting your coffee out grounds free, just pour slow. I can coax a cup for me and one for my wife.
This titanium cup and the Blade 2 titanium stove make the perfect combination for me. I have used it for longer backpacking trips as well as just a lunch-in-the-woods type of day hike. I like how lightweight the cup is and how the increased capacity allows me to warm up or cook varying meals with ease. I also enjoy the pour spout as it makes it so much easier to drain water for ramen noodles. This is a great piece of gear.
I was looking for something a bit larger than my MSR ti pot. Mostly for winter fat biking.
This is an excellent camping mug,being both tough and light, which is nevertheless a little smaller than optimal.
Its also perfect for slipping into a pocket on a cycling ride, the handles tuck-in tightly against the body to ensure vital space required for its inclusion is minimised.
Expensive, but tough enough to take a hammering: it should last for years.
It's solidly made in a conventional design. Mine measured exactly the claimed 63g, so congrats Firemaple.
I've had a couple of Firemaple stoves, which were both well made and excellent value; this mug follows suit.
There are useful measuring marks on the side of the mug; the handle is comfortable, remains cool, and seems sturdy. The mug itself feels pretty strong, and so will likely survive being stuffed in a bag.
Combined with a lightweight spirit stove, this could be the ultralightweight cooking system I've been looking for!