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Stainless Steel Sierra Cup

4.1 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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  • Handle folds for compact storage
  • Hold 12 fluid ounces filled to brim, or 8 fluid ounces (1 cup) comfortably
  • lightweight yet durable
  • ideal for camping or hiking
  • 1.75 inches tall and 5 inch diameter at the brim
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Product Description

This compact versatile cup is perfect for boiling water, soup, oatmeal, etc on camping and hiking trips. The folding handles allows for easy storage. The stainless steel is durable and won't rust or corrode under normal conditions.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000Y9EZNA
  • Item model number: 204
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #300,363 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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It may cost little, but it is definately not cheaply made. Handle is secure when extended. Steel is sturdy. I think you could use it as a little fry pan if you want. I bought 6.
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I bought this cup for survival reasons, and when I ordered it I was thrilled, when I got it was another story. The cup arrived without packaging, and just two stickers on it, but I said to myself, no biggy, then I opened the handle and to my dismay it popped off, tac welds, plate handle and all, HMMM, it's going back and I am going to order something else. Now, this could just be a bad lot, but when I order something I expect it to work beyond the day I recieve it, to say the least. I am not saying don't try cause yah never know, I am just saying that if you want your monies worth try another brand, or not, I choose, try another.
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I've started carrying sierra cups with me into the mountains in '67 when I was a kid. Since water is no longer safe to drink w/o purifying it some way, I no longer carry one. A REAL sierra cup has a curved handle so that it can be easily hung over a belt (see the Wikipedia article for history of this great little piece of gear).

This has a nice folding handle and CANNOT be hooked over your belt. It's more practical if you want to keep it in your pack, but why?.

It's sure not a small pot. If you want to boil water on the trail, look at Metal Space Saver Cup fits Water Bottles, which does not have a lid but nests on a Nalgene, or MSR Alpine StowAway Pot Stainless Steel Cookware - In Your Choice of Sizes, which comes with a lid to speed boiling.

The only use for a sierra cup these days (unless you travel where the water is pure) is as a quick access water bowl for giving your dog a little drink on the trail. Without a curved handle, this one won't work.
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Lightweight, compact stainless drinking cup for camping. Easily fits in your pack! Very pleased.
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This sierra cup is very tough and durable, lightweight and practical to heat food or boil water, you just have to take into account that it only allows a small amount of food or liquid, very small, not for two people, or someone very hungry.
I use it for exactly what it allows..... small amounts.
I want a larger size, so I'll look for it.
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yup like it ALOT . two hatchets up already . got it home , handle FOLDS , cooked stovetop eggs and meat to try out . well pleased as will work bester over open fire . great combination cup/cook/dish/bowl for simple camping/hiking. well built
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It's perfect for camping and very versatile. Can be used as a cup or a bowl depending on the need. Stainless steel is durable and toxin free, so there will be years of use out of this cup.
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I really only bought it for heating water over a tiny Esbit "stove" with the Esbit fuel tablets. After receiving numerous responses from other Amazon users about whether or not it can handle the heat, I purchased it. I love the way it looks, it's design and what it's made out of. Perfect size and it looks like it will handle the abuse in my S.O.L. bag. I have not tried it yet, but my only concern would be that the handle would get just as hot as the cup itself.
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