Ultimate Survival Technologies Double Up Cup

Ultimate Survival Technologies Double Up Cup
Ultimate Survival Technologies Double Up Cup
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Double Up Cup by Ultimate Survival Technologies
Offered in a two-in-one configuration, the Ultimate Survival Technologies Double Up Cup is a versatile addition to your camping cookware and serving set. The hard, anodized aluminum outer cup heats up liquids over a camp stove, making it great for preparing coffee, tea, or even small batches of soup. The removable silicone liner handily fits inside the anodized aluminum cup, with a protective guard that prevents you from burning your lips when you're sipping hot liquids. This BPA-free liner withstands liquids up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit, meaning it won't melt or give off harmful materials in your drink. Plus, it's dishwasher safe for proper cleaning when you return home from camping or backpacking.

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