Pathfinder SS 32 oz. Bottle-Cup
The Pathfinder Stainless Steel Widemouth Bottle & Nesting Cup were designed so the bottle will nest inside the cup for convenient and compact storage. Not all containers are created equal, and in a survival situation, unless your container can withstand direct fire for the purposes of boiling / disinfecting water, the effects of water borne pathogens are quickly going to add to your list of troubles. The widemouth design of this bottle allows you to easily obtain water from the shallowest of water pools, which will help conserve precious calories and energy that can be used to aid in your rescue or to affect your own self-rescue.
The Pathfinder Widemouth Bottle was designed to hold exactly 32oz of liquid. Why you ask? The reason is simple. Purification tablets are typically added to 32oz of water, that being the case, you can simply fill your bottle and add the tablets. No more measuring, no more worry. The nesting cup has foldable 'bat wing' handles and measurement graduations laser etched on the inside.
- 1 litre Stainless Steel Wide Mouth Bottle with Flat Cap
- 0.8 litre Stainless Steel Cup with "bat wing" handles
- A Stainless Steel Cup Lid with straining holes
- Flat Cap is ABS plastic with a full silicone seal
- Stainless Steel is 18 / 8 grade, 0.5mm thick
- Bottle dimensions: 20cm tall, 9.5cm diameter (with cap)
- Cup dimensions: 10cm tall, 7.6cm diameter
- Cup graduations on the inside of the cup: 16oz, 20oz, 25oz and 500ml, 600ml, 700ml
Ratings & Reviews
Amazing product and I consider it a must have.
This item dropped so much weight from my pack. This is my cook and water purification system in one. amazing idea and I love it!! Must have item for all trekkers / woodsman / bush crafter.
Fits securely into a 5.11 H2O pouch. Large cup.
by Canberran, qtc -
Yet to be tested on an open fire (just received in mail), but fits neatly into a 5.11 H2O pouch (bottle and cup). Not quite as solid as the issue “cups canteen”, but a functional alternative to carrying issue equipment (and water purification - through boiling - can be done with the bottle - which is not an option with Army issue plastic water bottles). <br><br>Measurement markings are printed on the inside of cup - will probably not last long when exposed to corrosives such as ration pack coffee. Note the cup is larger than the standard cups canteen (markings below the lip go to 25 0z / 700 ml - so 750ml capacity?).<br><br>Bottle weight was 237g - including a cap weight of 53-54g. <br><br>I have assigned 4 stars - product is of decent quality. If the price was a bit cheaper, I would have awarded 5stars. <br><br>A reasonable snug fit. Will require a chux (rather than a cotton bandanna) for “stealth mode” - but is quiet when secured in a pouch.<br><br>Came with a cup lid - which I will probably discard.
Perfect addition to my kit
by Luke -
Very good quality
<br>Worth the money
Fix the Cup
by Paul -
Well made and well thought out, essential bits of our kit. Straight into the fire to boil water no problems. The hanger accessory is excellent and a must have. The cup is super large and this makes it very versatile but the weight when it is full of your favourite beverage (nearly a litre of liquid) makes the thin folding handle dig into your fingers. A thicker guage of wire for the folding handle would fix this if you are a full cup kinda guy/girl! Otherwise excellent.
Well thought out
by Mr Travis
Definitely a well thought out system. It's well constructed and I don't go anywhere without it. Mine is sporting a few dings now but still going strong.
<br>You could stuff around and try to put together a similar set up but just get this one. Don't forget to get the bottle holder as well.
<br>If you're swayed by this sort of thing I've seen well respected bushman use this exact set up.