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Snow Peak 600

in Cookware - Titanium

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4.67 / 5 (6 reviews)

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mark henley
( flash582 )
Snow Peak 600 on 02/22/2007 08:34:51 MST Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

This cup is big enough to cook in for a solo person, a huge cup of java, or it's great for just boiling water. I use a piece of simple foil for a lid and it works amazingly well on a Snowpeak Giga Stove and my Whitebox Alcohol stove.

I like the size and even carry it on trips with my 14 year old son. You can cook water at one time for a freeze dried meal and a cup of hot coco with dinner at one time, something my 300 mug wouldn't do.

2.8 ounces of gear heaven.

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David Neumann
( idahomtman - M )

Northern Idaho
Snow Peak 600 on 02/22/2007 09:55:41 MST Report Post Print

Rating: 4 / 5

I've used this cup for my solo backpack trips for several years now. I also use heavy duty foil for a lid. I've now replaced it with my new FireLite 500 with lid and am excited by the prospect of having a tight fitting lid.

If the Snow Peak 600 had a lid I'd give it a 5. At 2.8 ounces plus the foil lid it is only slightly heavier than the FireLite but does have a slightly larger capacity. All my meals are boil in bag so I have never cooked in the cup and don't intend to.

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Jay Wilkerson
( Creachen )

East Bay
Great for a solo backpacker! on 12/02/2008 14:09:42 MST Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

At 2.8 oz with handles the Titanium Snow Peak 600 is a great pot/cup. For just boiling H2O you can't ask for more. I used the SP 600 on my JMT hike in conjunction with Esbit tabs and I had no problems at all. I added a aluminum flashing lid at 0.1 oz. to help the boiling process along which worked great. With the shape of the cookpot it is easy to store in your side pockets of your pack and you can store a lot of items in the cup. Perfect for a solo backpacker.

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Mike M
( mtwarden )

great solo mug on 07/11/2010 20:30:26 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 4 / 5

I love this little mug, if they included a lid I'd easily give a 5. As is, it's very sturdy (yet light at 2.8 oz) and well made. Plenty of volume for a solo hiker. It has ample room inside to store my esbit stove, 4 days of fuel, windscreen, mini bic and small ti spork.

I added a custom lid from four dog stoves which now makes the mug perfect- SP should seriously consider lids for all their small/medium mugs.

T wilson
( luvz2brew )
lid & beverage on 04/29/2011 17:45:31 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

buy jameson 12 year old whiskey. It comes in a cardboard cannister with an aluminum cap. remove the cap. put it on your mug. it fits perfectly. transfer the whiskey to a platypus 1L. take a hike. enjoy a hot adult beverage or enjoy neat. don't forget to share.

Greg Williams
( Gwilli - M )

Great Cup/Pot on 10/07/2013 09:56:13 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

Just got this last month and took it on a trip to the Summerland area of Mt. Rainier for an overnighter. The pot worked very well in conjuction with a modified starlyte alcohol stove, a MYOG ti windscreen and a MYOG lid made from the bottom of a can of Planters Cashews. I cut the bottom off, removed the cardboard from the edges, drilled two vent holes, pushed a thumbtack in the center (for a handle) and bent the end over so it would hold, then sprayed the entire lid with high temp spray paint. It would've been nice for SP to make a lid for the 600, but this one works well for me. Very Happy with it.

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