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Titanium Backcountry Double-Wall Bowl
When I visited Japan, I discovered two types of bowls that were commonly used for ramen: clay and porcelain bowls. However, I found that clay bowls took a long time to cool down and were easy to burn your fingers, while porcelain bowls were slippery and prone to breaking. I started to wonder if there was a better option out there: something that was both durable and quick to cool.
Upon coming back, I began to research and test different materials, eventually leading me to titanium. We designed the SilverAnt Titanium Backcountry Double-Wall Bowl, which combines the durability and heat-transfer properties of titanium with a double-wall construction that prevents it from becoming too hot to handle.
Features Of The Best Titanium Bowls
The titanium bowl has a capacity of 250ml/8.5fl oz, making it easy to store and pack for camping or hiking trips. It weighs only 95g/3.35 oz, so it won't add much weight to your gear. The camping bowl is also biocompatible, meaning it's safe for daily use without any health concerns.
One of the greatest features of the SilverAnt backpacking bowl is its versatility. You can use it for coffee or tea in the morning and switch to soup later on or even dessert or snacks. Since the dishware is made of titanium, no flavors or odors from the food will be retained, allowing you to enjoy a variety of foods without any aftertaste.
Cleaning the bowl is easy - all you need is water and abrasive cloth. The outdoor tableware is also rust-resistant, so even with irregular cleaning no worries.
The bowl is designed to nest inside a cylindrical 420ml/14.2fl oz bowl, making it easy to pack and store when not in use.