69117Edit/Appro: REI Lexan Cup - Pam Wyant
- Jan 31, 2006Edit/Appro: REI Lexan Cup - Pam Wyant
I tried hard, but all I found were a couple of Americanisms, and a few general comments.
'Manufacturer: REI'. Personally, I doubt they really are the 'manufacturer': I suspect they have them made under
contract. I would have written 'Brand: REI', but I tend to be a bit nit-picky over such trivial things and this is only
This thing looks more like a measuring jug than a real cup, what with the hooked handle and the graduations. In fact, it
actually looks like a copy of the GSI Lexan cup ... :-) I'm not complaining at all: if it quacks like a cup, then ...
REI has a part number for it - 401025. Mentioning the part number might help someone else find it at REI.
I was expecting you to make some mention of how well the plastic withstands boiling water. Does the cup show any sign
of softening? The Orikaso plastic flatware went really soft with hot water - dangerously so in fact.
Nice technical pic btw.
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> Although I've taken several backpacking trips that involved rain,Comment: I dare say this is the usual American/Australian thing, but I wasn't sure whether you meant to say
Although I've been on several backpacking trips that involved rain,
Although I've taken it on several backpacking trips that involved rain,
> The REI Lexan Cup has went along on more than a dozen backpackingEDIT: not good grammar at all.
The REI Lexan Cup has come along on more
The REI Lexan Cup has been on more
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