Keith Ti3200 220ml Titanium Cup

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Keith Ti3200 220ml Titanium Cup

Post by Woods Walker » Fri May 04, 2018 5:49 pm

One of my favorite camping/bushcraft and bugging out cookware item is the venerable camp cup. If packed odds are it will be used. For longer range activites and to save weight I tend to pack a Ti cup. They're also good components for a Get Me Home bag or PSK as seen here in the Naglene Hobo Reel PSK (soon to be reviewed in action. Just editing the pics and video now).

The inclusion of an UL cup adds a great deal of extra options. This is a larger cup but you get the idea.

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I have been looking for a really small cup for nesting purpose. I did some inquiries and got this along with a coupon code for my YT channel. I guess it's not what yea know rather who...... LOL! Here is a link to the cup.

https://www.gearbest.com/camp-kitchen/p ... d=13999578

Coupon code.

Cup15.99 supplies are limited. I think shipping is free.

Specs on the cup.
Main Features:
- Titanium cup for a wonderful life
- Titanium material, lightweight, non-toxic, no odor, good heat transfer performance
- Free from rust, acids and heat or low-temperature resistance
- Folding handle, portable and space-saving
- Size: 7 x 7 x 7.5cm
- Capacity: 220ml
- Perfect for outdoor camping, hiking, backpacking, travel and home use

Product weight: 0.040 kg
Package weight: 0.100 kg
Product Dimension: 7.00 x 7.00 x 7.50 cm / 2.76 x 2.76 x 2.95 inches
Package Dimension: 9.00 x 9.00 x 10.00 cm / 3.54 x 3.54 x 3.94 inches
I am not sure why a cup = wonderful life but am drinking out of it right now so will embrace the concept. The weight per my digital postal scale is 1.6 oz. Unless mistaken Keith is the maker of the Heavy Cover Ti canteen mess kit system. The quality appears really good.

Rounded lip to avoid sharp edges.

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The folding handles are level and work well.

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Around the bottom is also curved.

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The smaller size is what I was really after for nesting in larger pots. Saves space inside the pack and protects some gear items. MST Titian Ti kettle.

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Easily fits inside.

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Unfortunately it was too small to fit my double walled Pepsi can stove but have a V8 can stove. Made it years ago. Was kinda tricky to construct.

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Fits inside my 450ml cup from the Nalgene Hobo Reel PSK.

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In action.

Bic lighters a soooo big.... The stove is a MSP FRAG solid.

https://shop.mysurvivalpack.com/frag-so ... e-titanium

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TOAKS Titanium fry pan. I think Bushcraft outfitters has these but not sure if they're in stock.

https://bushcraftoutfitters.com/brands/Toaks.html

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Hemlock (the conifer tree not killer weed tea) and uncured sacred bacon.

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Somehow I was able to talk enough about a cup to make a 7is minute video. Sometimes I amaze myself.



Thanks for looking.
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Re: Keith Ti3200 220ml Titanium Cup

Post by majorhavoc » Fri May 04, 2018 7:59 pm

Woods Walker wrote:
Somehow I was able to talk enough about a cup to make a 7ish minute video. Sometimes I amaze myself.
Priceless. :clap:

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Re: Keith Ti3200 220ml Titanium Cup

Post by Woods Walker » Fri May 04, 2018 9:02 pm

majorhavoc wrote:
Woods Walker wrote:
Somehow I was able to talk enough about a cup to make a 7ish minute video. Sometimes I amaze myself.
Priceless. :clap:
Fortunately bacon took up some of the dead air time..... :lol:
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Re: Keith Ti3200 220ml Titanium Cup

Post by Asymetryczna » Tue May 08, 2018 1:45 pm

Thanks for the review. I like that cup.
But at not quite 3 inches tall and holding not quite 7.5 ounces I'm thinking I won't be paying Keith $17 to send me one from China during this sales event...

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Re: Keith Ti3200 220ml Titanium Cup

Post by Asymetryczna » Wed May 09, 2018 11:53 am

I'm wrong. (And I already know my sense of humor is off.) I looked around and phoned a friend and there isn't anything even close in terms of right-sized and cost effective. Not even close. Most other Ti cups are double the cost, at least. Often they are much, much more. So, once again, you have profiled and reviewed a winner.

For basic, foot mobile activities I have mainly relied on these three: an old beat up cup someone gave me in high school, an old beat up cup someone issued me as a PFC and two sizes of collapsibles given to me when serving with the Brits (RM).
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Re: Keith Ti3200 220ml Titanium Cup

Post by Woods Walker » Wed May 16, 2018 9:10 pm

I am working on my entire Ti mess kit. Making a smaller more UL setup. Up next is the Tomshoo (same as Toaks only much cheaper) and Folding Ti spork. Working on the Tomshoo pot review right now.
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