EDIT Re: [BackpackGearTest] Owner Review--Snow Peak Double Wall Cup
- Hi Douglas
Thanks for reviewing this item; I have been interested to read what people thought of the titanium mug.
Following is your official edit of your Snow Peak review. Please make the following corrections to your review and repost it to the list for further editing.
The full product name is Snow Peak Titanium Double Wall Cup 300
The manufacturer specs are 3 oz (84 g)
Include metric conversions throughout review
Incorporate suggestions from my edit of the Zirkel review into your bio and field information
Dealing with Company should be moved to after Summary
From viewing the product on the website, I'd like to know if the handle is fixed. Scratch that, I see that you have included that it is a folding handle, sure doesn't look like it on the web photo.
For a more complete review please include answers to the following questions
Does the handle get hot?
Is there a lid offered that would fit this cup?
If you have used a Lexan cup please include your thoughts as to relative merits.
Did you buy this cup for counting ounces reasons or does it really make a better cup of coffee than a Lexan cup? (If so I'm off to buy one :), like you I love a good cup of coffee)
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, January 31, 2003 7:41 AM
Subject: [BackpackGearTest] Owner Review--Snow Peak Double Wall Cup
Snow Peak Double Wall Cup
First it transfers heat so
substantially that shortly after you have made the coffee, the cup is
still quite hot to the lips, hot to the point of discomfort. Second,
because it does transfer so much heat, the coffee does not stay warm
for as long as I would like to.
EDIT for as long as I would like. (remove to)
The Snow Peak double wall titanium cup solves both those problems.
Because of the double wall construction, the cup is never too hot for
EDIT never too hot for MY lips
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