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Dale Wambaugh
(dwambaugh) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Small 450~600ml Ti NON-STICK Mug? on 02/01/2014 18:50:24 MST Print View

Anybody have a favorite small 450-600ml NON-STICK Ti mug?

Edited by dwambaugh on 02/01/2014 20:04:09 MST.

Richard Cullip
(RichardCullip) - M

Locale: San Diego County
Re: Small 450~600ml Ti Non Stick Mug? on 02/01/2014 19:07:03 MST Print View

I like my Evernew 500ml mug (ECA-266) but it's not non-stick.

Dale Wambaugh
(dwambaugh) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: Re: Small 450~600ml Ti Non Stick Mug? on 02/01/2014 19:32:53 MST Print View

I have plain Ti and aluminum mugs and pots coming out my ears :)

My wife wants non-stick!

Rick M
(rmjapan) - F

Locale: Tokyo, Japan
Re: Small 450~600ml Ti Non Stick Mug? on 02/01/2014 19:35:46 MST Print View

I thought you liked the SP Ti bowl for this volume? FWIW, the Evernew Small UL Ti Pasta Cooker 750ml ECA521R seems to be volume/weight fav here in JP.

Oops, just saw you meant non-stick. Nevermind.

Edited by rmjapan on 02/01/2014 19:38:59 MST.

Kronos Master of Fate
(kthompson) - MLife

Locale: Behind the Redwood Curtain
Re: Small 450~600ml Ti Non Stick Mug? on 02/01/2014 20:32:07 MST Print View

"My wife wants non-stick!"

Mine wants diamonds. You win. Non stick mug. That's going to be a tough hunt I think.

b willi jones
(mrjones) - F

Locale: best place in the world !?
Re: Small 450~600ml Ti NON-STICK Mug? on 02/01/2014 20:45:25 MST Print View

she may have to go this... 640ml though... kind of a mug

http://www.evernewamerica.com/ECA401.htm

or maybe get her some diamonds and tell her to shoosh about the heavy ti mug... and your wallet will be lighter... win, win, win, win... win ,win

Edited by mrjones on 02/01/2014 20:51:06 MST.

Dale Wambaugh
(dwambaugh) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: Re: Small 450~600ml Ti Non Stick Mug? on 02/01/2014 21:07:13 MST Print View

Ken wrote: "Mine wants diamonds. You win. Non stick mug. That's going to be a tough hunt I think."

I am indeed a lucky man :) She has diamonds and a brand new $60k titanium knee.

Yeah, that's why I came to the Altar of Gear. I have big non-stick pots we use in the car camping kit and all kinds of Ti/aluminum/stainless from about 300ml to a liter, but nothing smallish and non-stick and I didn't see anything on the web.

Could there be a niche to be filled? The mind boggles :)

Edited by dwambaugh on 02/01/2014 21:08:07 MST.

David White
(davidw) - F

Locale: Midwest
Not Ti and Not Truly Ultralight, but.... on 02/02/2014 08:52:52 MST Print View

I use the GSI Minimalist and love it!

http://www.rei.com/product/798273/gsi-outdoors-halulite-minimalist-cookset

There is a small weight penalty. It's 1.8 ounces heavier than my equivalent MLD 850ml pot kit. But for that you get:

* A very sturdy 600ml non-stick anodized aluminum pot (this thing is not going to dent short of repeatedly beating it with a rock)
* A nice fitted neoprene cozy for keeping stuff warm
* A triple purpose lid that actually works well (strainer,sippie lid for the morning coffee, and tight fitting storage lid)
* A functional lightweight pot gripper

My entire Fancee Feast cook kit and 2 ounces of alchol fit right inside of it. The pot, cozy, lid, and pot gripper weigh 6.0 ounces on my scale.

The cozy and lid make this an especially nice kit for coffee drinkers.

Ditch the provided spork though. It's pretty much useless.

Dale Wambaugh
(dwambaugh) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: Not Ti and Not Truly Ultralight, but.... on 02/02/2014 10:05:02 MST Print View

The Oilcamp hard anodized Space Saver pot is 24oz capacity and quite light at 3.6oz--- and cheap, like $14 on eBay. I have one and it's quite a bargain I think. It's the next quality step up from a IMUSA mug.

I gave my Halulite kit to my daughter. That spork is a joke! You can get better in a fast food joint.

So far I've found the Evernew Eca401 and Eca421 640ml pots that have the non-Teflon silicon ceramic coating. I'm partial to the Eca421 for actual cooking: short and fat with folding handles. The Eca401 is tall and has a pan style top.

Edited by dwambaugh on 02/02/2014 10:08:17 MST.

just Justin Whitson
(ArcturusBear)
Re: Re: Not Ti and Not Truly Ultralight, but.... on 02/02/2014 10:18:41 MST Print View

"non-Teflon silicon ceramic coating."


Does anyone know about the durability of these cermanic type non stick coatings? I've been looking at these as well.

josh wagner
(StainlessSteel) - F
mld on 02/02/2014 10:27:43 MST Print View

http://www.mountainlaureldesigns.com/shop/product_info.php?cPath=40&products_id=152

Dale Wambaugh
(dwambaugh) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: mld on 02/02/2014 17:37:47 MST Print View

I don't see that listed as non-stick. Like my MSR titan mug sans the handles.

josh wagner
(StainlessSteel) - F
oohhhh on 02/03/2014 18:25:02 MST Print View

missed that detail. sorry dale..