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Kelvintitanium drinking mug

450 ml twin-walled insulated titanium mug with twist lock drinking lid for keeping your hot drink warmer for longer

Insulated 450 ml titanium mug

Kelvin titanium drinking mug

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£29.00

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If you have gone to the trouble of making a hot drink you don't want it to get cold before it has reached your lips. An insulated mug keeps your beverage warmer longer.

450 ml twin-walled insulated titanium mug with twist lock drinking lid.

Why titanium?

Titanium is one of the most abundant elements on earth.  Lightweight and very very strong.  It is super inert - this is a benefit environmentally as it is recyclable plus its resistance to corrosion means it doesn't pollute air, land and oceans.  But it also makes for superb cookware as there's no metallic taste.

Note: this mug is not designed to be used on a stove. Doing so could be potentially dangerous so don't do it!

Key features
  • Push fit lid with twisting aperture
  • Twin walled titanium
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Mug

Weight: 112 g
Height: 105 mm
External diameter: 85 mm
Internal diameter: 78 mm
Volume: 450 ml

Lid

Weight: 36 g

Origin: China

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Mystery Lump
The Holy Grail of travel mugs

Finally... a travel/camping mug which is lightweight, keeps things warm and doesn't taste odd.

I have been on a 3-year odyssey to throw money at the next hippest, barista-standard, cork-clad reusable mug to wield on various train trips,larking about the coffee shops of Bristol and even the odd camping trip.

Now my soul can rest easy. This mug is lighter than all those others, the lid seals better AND IT STAYS WARM. And best of all, it doesn't subject my tongue to unusual flavours that taint my M&S Gold or single origin latte as soon as they pass from even glass or ceramic vessels through a plastic lid.

Previous experiences:

Aluminium double-walled flask-cup - warm but odd tastes embed themselves.
I am not a paper cup - correct, but you are china/ceramic and very heavy.
Keep Cup glass limited edition with cork grip band - what a delight to both hold and behold, until something goes in... it's almost too hot to cradle (other than narrow cork band), before magically becoming too cold to drink and tasting odd, which seems to be a side effect of the plastic lid. Fine if you are in a warm cafe and keep the lid off, but not the usual domain of a mug for the busy keep-moving-or die user of public transport or wanderer of the streets.

Thank you, Alpkit. Now we just have to persuade the cart vendors on trains to accept reusable mugs...

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