550ml Titanium Mug - $45
This mug is just the right size to heat 2 cups of water for cook-in-the-bag style meals. It is also good for drinks or smaller meals that are cooked right in the mug. Perfect for the minimalist solo backpacker.
It will work with any stove, but it happens to be a perfect fit with our Esbit stove seen below.
A Dyneema Composite Fabric stuff sack is included, normally a $10 add on.
Dimensions: 3.85" wide x 3.2" tall (10 cm x 8 cm)
Volume: 550 ml / 2.32 cups
Pot Weight: 1.9 ounces (54 grams)
Lid Weight: .7 ounces (20 grams)
Total Pot Weight: 2.6 ounces (74 grams)
Stuff Sack Weight: .11 ounces (3 grams) - Included
Mug Stuff Sack - $15
Our mug includes this stuff sack. If you already have a mug in the 400-550 ml range this stuff sack should be a decent fit.
Weight: .11 oz. / 3 grams
Titanium Wing Stove for Esbit tablets - $12.95
This stove is compact, lightweight, and perfect for burning solid fuel tablets. The arms are shaped to nestle a small mug, or rest a larger pot like any of our Evernew pots on top. The arms fold together for a small flat packed size.
Folded Dimensions: About 3" x 2" x 1" (7.5 cm x 5 cm x 2.5 cm)
Weight: .47 ounces (13 grams)
Esbit Solid Fuel Tablets (12 pack) - $6.95
Esbit tablets are probably the simplest way to heat water in the back country, just light on fire and cook. These solid fuel tablets will burn for about 12 minutes and can be blown out after partial use. They are best for smaller meals requiring a cup (250 ml) of simmering water, for example single serving dehydrated meals, oatmeal, coffee, and other simple meals. Depending on the conditions (wind, temperature, elevation) a single tablet may be able to bring two cups of water to a simmer, but don't expect a rolling boil. They are more reliable for 1 cup meals.
Weight: .48 ounces (13.6 grams) per tablet