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Discussion in 'Other Every Day Carry Items' started by rat-7, Nov 29, 2012.
Anybody EDC carry a cup or mug of some kind?
You mean those foldable water bottles?
I have, sometimes - but usually I find my Nalgene water bottle is enough for what I need.
I use a Snow Peak (or similar) 750 ml pot/mug when I do carry one. That way it nests with my Nalgene for minimum fuss.
I have both the guyot design squishy bowl and the sea to summit x cup.. depending on what I carry and how I use it, I carry either.. the guyot has lotsa volume and is easier to drink from but is not as packable as the x cup..
contigo is my favourite
+1 Contigo are awesome!
32 OZ Nalgene bottle
Nalgene. All day every day.
I have a HUGE (14" tall X 6" round) gold plated, pimp goblet with diamonds inset all over it for the "bling factor".
It dangles from the side of my pack from a thick gold chain.
Gotta keep it real!,....gnome sayin?
But to answer for real, a camelbak bladder would be the closest it gets for an EDC cup for me.
Tried the Nelgene, but I didn't care much for it.
I have a 700ml Titanium snow peak mug.
It's not EDC, but It has been in my work bag all this week (along with a TI Spork, stove and gas canister)
Sea to summit X shot or X cup
My summer bag for dog walking etc has one of those tin cups which fits round a litre nalgene - useful bit of kit which fits in rather nicely.
I ordered one of these last night. Stainless steel Kiddush cup. Holds 6 oz. and free shipping from Israel.
My nalgene (40 oz stainless) has an Olicamp space saver cup (stainless) riding on the bottom of it. Secured by the bail handles to the bottle neck with some cord.
Yeah I've had the nalgene and carry a Klean kanteen now, I was looking to see who also carried a cup as well. I used to have an old tin camp cup I carried that saw everything from coffee, tea, water, and more then a few rum. It's finally gone to its grave and looking to replace it.
I just picked up a Sea to Summit X-shot Collapsible Shot glass to carry in my bag.
I carry one of these in my comfort bag, bottle holder (UTG copy of a jumbo versipack) breaks a part to use as a cup and you could eat something in it in a jam
I'm thinking a Kupilka cup might be the answer. 50% wood fibre and 50% composite.