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    Looking for a metal cup to nest a Nalgene bottle in


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    Is anyone aware of a metal cup that I can boil water in that will nest a Nalgene bottle?

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    Snow Peak 700 (.7 Litre) Titanium. That is what I use and it fits perfectly with the wide mouth Nalgene bottles in a Maxpedition Bottle Holder.
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    I use a GSI Glacier cup
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    Stainless steel one, I think it is GSI. Much cheaper than the Ti ones...just not as cool.

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    I used to use a "tatonka handle mug" for that purpose, I think it had 500ml volume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanW View Post
    Snow Peak 700 (.7 Litre) Titanium. That is what I use and it fits perfectly with the wide mouth Nalgene bottles in a Maxpedition Bottle Holder.
    I use the same cup with a 40 oz. Klean kanteen! Couldn't be happier!
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    GSI Glacier cup fits great and about $11 around here.

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    Off topic, but I also found that the Snow Peaks fit perfectly on two different sizes of Camelbak bottles.


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    I have both the GSI and SnowPeak 700. They both work great with 1L Nalgene and Stainless Steel Guyot/Nalgene bottles which are my preference.

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    Thanks! Great suggestions.

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    Guyon - What size bottles are these?


    Quote Originally Posted by Guyon View Post
    Off topic, but I also found that the Snow Peaks fit perfectly on two different sizes of Camelbak bottles.


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    Left (green) is a one liter in a SP 600 mug. Right (blue) is a 750 mL (3/4 liter) in a SP 450 mug. Both bottles, as you can see, are Camelbak "Better Bottle" models.

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    For me, the handles on the MSR are much more comfortable than the GSI ones. 2 Wolves used to have them, but they are getting hard to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanW View Post
    Snow Peak 700 (.7 Litre) Titanium. That is what I use and it fits perfectly with the wide mouth Nalgene bottles in a Maxpedition Bottle Holder.

    +1 aaaaand it will fit the large stainless 40 oz Kleen Kanteen bottle. I have the Ti 700 ml cup and it works great. put it into a pouch with the lid on the bottom, the cup, then the water bottle and you will forget they are there till you need them.

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    The gsi minimalist nests very well on a nalgene.

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    I use two GSI Glacier cups. I nest one on top and the other on the bottom of the nalgene bottle.

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