|Mytimug 400 and 650. Yes, one will fit inside the other if you want.|
One of the drawbacks of the 450ml mug, regardless of manufacturer is that it won’t come with a lid. Now, I know that doesn’t sound like a big deal but it leaves you either having to make something, source one from China … or if you’re very posh, the US. Obviously, if you just want to use your mug as something to drink from, then it really doesn’t matter whether there’s a lid in the box or not but if you want to use it as a pot, then it does.
The Alpkit Mytimug 400 is unusual amongst the sea of other titanium mugs because firstly, it’s only holds 400ml (clue’s in the name) but more importantly, it comes with a lid – yay! The reduced capacity is actually turning out to be a good thing, the height remains the same as the larger mugs at 90mm but the diameter has been reduced slightly. Why is that a good thing? Well, it means less weight (73g compared to 76g for a 450) and a slightly smaller, frame bag friendly pack size while maintaining enough capacity to fulfill its role as a dual-use item.
|8g stove and Mytimug working in harmony to produce a sub-100g kitchen.|