sub 2268 hiking

Common Small Hiker Cups / Pots

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Greetings Adventurers!

Way back in 2013 I posted the article Small Cups/Pots for the SUL/XUL Hiker and it has been one of my more popular articles so I thought it was time to give it some TLC.

Over the last few days I have updated the spreadsheet to remove discontinued cups/pots, update pricing, update weights, add a few extra currencies, add some notes, and just do a generalized clean-up on it.

I decided to stay with the previous four guidelines:

  1. It must be at or under 450 ml in volume.
  2. It must be at or under 100 grams in weight.
  3. It cannot be a beer can style cup/pot.
  4. It must be one of the common cups/pots used by sub 2268 hikers.

It is by no means a list of every cup/pot out there that meets those requirements, but it is a list of the ones that best meet those requirements, especially #4.

Access Spreadsheet/Chart:

You can view the spreadsheet/chart right here – it is a google spreadsheet.

Hope this helps those of you looking for small cups/pots for your next adventure!

+John Abela

Written by John B. Abela - HikeLighter.Com

October 29, 2016 at 10:46 pm

Posted in Comparisons

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  1. You can embed Google Sheets onto a webpage. More user friendly than pulling up another tab. Look under File, for Publish to web.


    October 29, 2016 at 11:19 pm

    • Hey Andrew, last I checked there was no way to make iframes responsive via non self hosted wordpress. Do you know of a way to do this?

      John B. Abela

      October 29, 2016 at 11:46 pm

  2. I will keep an eye out for small hikers. When I see them I will check their cups if they will permit that. Cheers and happy trails.

    dara ohuiginn

    October 30, 2016 at 5:05 am

  3. […] Common Small Hiker Cups and Pots […]

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