Home | Adventure Curated
Grow Your BrandAboutContributorsContact
Share this article:
October 32 minute read

With Snow Peak etched on the front in Kanji writing, matte titanium finish, minimalist form and ultra fine insulated walls – the H300 was an instant favourite FOR EVERYTHING!  

Snow Peak H300 Titanium Mug 1

The morning coffee ready for consumption.

Specifications

Material                 Titanium

Weight                   76g/2.7oz

Dimensions           Diameter 76mm/3″ Height 86mm/3.4″

Volume                  300mm/10.5fl oz

Sizes                      H200, H300, H450, H600, H860 – Stacking in to size above. 

Made In                 Japan

Available From     Drifta

Snow Peak H300 Titanium Mug 2

Glowing under the warm light of the Mini Hozuki.

The insulated dual walls work well to keep drinks both hot and cold as well as to stop your lips from being burnt, which is a con of single walled metal mugs. 

Most insulated mugs are really chunky, however the H300 has thin walls which help to keep it really compact. 

Snow Peak H300 Titanium Mug 3

Dry cider effervescing.

The construction although light seems sturdy, which is the key benefit of using titanium. It has stood up well to initial use and with Snow Peak’s track record for quality I can see this mug lasting the distance.

Snow Peak H300 Titanium Mug 4

H300 lidded.

The optional lid is made from BPA free abs and silicon resins and weighs in at 26g/0.9oz. It’s great for keep your drink warmer for longer – especially handy on those crisp and or windy mornings.

The lids are also great for containing spills on the road. The H300 fits perfectly under the portafilter of my espresso machine at home as well as in the cup holders of my Prado so fitted with a lid it’s a great mug for hitting the road with. 

Snow Peak H300 Titanium Mug 5

Camp coffee.

Gorgeous, light and durable, coffee, tea, beer, cider, wine, single malt – this mug is so versatile!

Related Posts

Snow Peak Hammer and Pegs 6

Snow Peak Hammer and Pegs

There's nothing fun about bending pegs - yet pegs that bend still seem to be standard issue. A few years back we... Read More
Snow Peak Tortue Light 7

Snow Peak Tortue Light

From camper trailers to swags - there are so many ways to camp, but few would argue that a tent that will stow in any... Read More
Snow Peak Low Chair 8

Snow Peak Low Chair

Whether it's a sunrise, sunset, or the darting of the campfire's flames - kicking back and watching the world go by is... Read More
Mike Collister

Mike Collister

Mike has spent his life outdoors - he has represented Australia as a slalom kayaker, guided whitewater expeditions in Nepal, and taught outdoor education and wilderness medicine. He’s paddled the Kimberley’s Fitzroy River in the wet season and across the Bass Strait, and is an avid photographer, overlander and camper.
Mike Collister

Latest posts by Mike Collister (see all)

X

Win a SAFARI ARMAX, V-Spec or R-Spec Snorkel