MytiMug 650

Titanium cooking mug

£29.99

A perfectly sized titanium cooking mug for the soloist adventurer, can be used on a stove to cook your meal or just supping tea around your camp fire

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MytiMug 650 Titanium cooking mug

£29.99

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Description

Pairs perfectly with our Kraku stove to give the ultimate lightweight cooking system for solo bikepackers, backpackers and adventure racers.

When all you have to do is think of yourself you can really pair things down. MytiMug 650 can be used on a stove to cook your meal while on expedition or just mooching around your camp fire. You can eat from it, you can drink from it, coffee doesn't taste quite as good as it does from a china mug, but it does have cowboy charm.

Why titanium?

Titanium is one of the most abundant elements on earth. Lightweight and very very strong. It is super inert - this is a benefit environmentally as it is recyclable plus its resistance to corrosion means it doesn't pollute air, land and oceans. But it also makes for superb cookware as there's no metallic taste.

Features

Key Features

  • Perfectly sized for one person
  • Collapsable wired loop handle can be used with gloved hands
  • Brushed titanium TA1
  • Flat base for easy cleaning
  • 0.4 mm titanium
  • Titanium lid
  • Curled lip rim is fully compatible with our hanging Chainset
  • -- Year Alpine Bond

Vital stats

Mug

Weight: 80 g Height: 10.1 cm External diameter: 10.3 cm Internal diameter: 9.5 cm Internal depth: 9.9 cm Volume: 650 ml

Lid

Weight: 18 g

Origin: China

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