GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Bottle Cup/Pot
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- Multi-purpose camp cup for ultralight backpacking made of ultra-rugged Glacier stainless steel
- Designed to slip over standard 1-liter water bottles to save space in your pack
- 20-fluid-ounce capacity; measures 4.2 x 4.2 x 3.5 inches, weighs 4.9 ounces
- Wire bail handles fold flat for easy storage and transport
- Backed by a full manufacturer’s warranty
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Is it a cup? Is it a pot? Either way you use it, this rugged little cup is perfectly sized for solo camping and backpacking. Cook ramen and eat from the pot, then make cocoa afterwards — it’s the one vessel you’ll need for any ultra-lightweight adventure. The shape is designed to fit around a standard 1-liter water bottle (or store a small fuel canister for your stove), so it won’t take up too much room in your pack.
Solid Glacier stainless steel construction will hold up to years of use. Wire handles fold flat to save space, then extend for cooking or a little bit of extra reach so you don't end up in the creek.
- Small model: 20-fluid-ounce capacity; measures 4.2 x 4.2 x 3.5 inches, weighs 4.9 ounces
- Large model: 24-fluid-ounce capacity; measures 4.1 x 4.1 x 4.4 inches, weighs 8 ounces
All GSI Outdoors products are fully warrantied to the original owner against manufacturer's defects in materials and workmanship.
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Beginning with a few pieces of blue enamelware and a smattering of campfire accessories in 1985, GSI Outdoors continues to create unique, imaginative, and fun products that enhance the outdoor experience – including stainless steel and enamelware cookware, tableware, coffee percolators, water bottles, and more.
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It's a small, stainless steel pot and was purchased as part of a kit. The entire kit consists of a Condor H2O pouch and a Klean Kanteen 40 ounce stainless steel bottle. The idea was to take the bottle, nest it into the pot and put the whole works into the Condor pouch.
Well, it does just that. I can't be happier. This little thing as a nesting pot just works. If I had to change anything about it, I'd include a lid for it. That's really all. It would expedite boiling water and things like that. The great thing about it is that if I don't choose to use it as a nesting pot, I can use it as a canteen cup as well and use the Klean Canteen to boil water. Pretty awesome.
*By the way: there are a Ton of diy projects and videos on how to make a lid for this cup, since it doesn't come with one. I can tell you that the lid on the Stanley Adventure Cookset pot fits perfectly on the GSI cup...like it was made for it.
For those who are looking for a lid for this cup, the Stanley Adventure Cookset replacement lid is a perfect fit. However, it is $6 and another $7 for shipping which is essentially the same price as the Stanley Adventure Cookset (includes the lid, the pot and 2 cups) at WMT. I got the cookset and will use its lid for both.
For those lucky enough to be near an Asian supermarket, they sell stainless steel cups with lids at the pots and pans section! The brand is Myland. I just got a 12 cm (4.7") stainless steel cup with lid for $6!
So, my mess kit now has the Chinese cup, the GSI cup, the Stanley Adventure Cookset and the Stanley multi-use bottle. They all nest nicely with each other for a compact fit in my backpack!
Overall it fits the bottles perfectly well. I think it's the holder's faults for being a little too snug no allow perfect fitting, but it still shoves in there.
The biggest disadvantage is the weight. It's a little heavy. For emergencies, location camping, and short outings it's not a bid deal, but if you are hiking the AT, titanium would be better but cost more. Toaks makes cups/"pots" that are the same diameter, much lighter, and more expensive.
One really cool thing is that it fits my 64-oz Nalgene bottle like a glove. That saves space. I'll use it.
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