Information about Jacob Bromwell Classic Stainless Steel Mug - Large, 28 fl.oz.
2nds. A must-have camp essential, Jacob Bromwell's Classic stainless steel cup holds a whopping 28 fl.oz., making it just as perfect for holding a big helping of soup as it is for your morning cup of joe.
Reviewed by Elkhunter from Phoenix AZ on Wednesday, November 20, 2013
This thing is the size of a personal cooking pot for backpacking. Pros: Ultra light, thin walled stainless steel, fits a stove perfectly. Cons: I could crush this with my hands. Yet, a certain amount of spring to the steel, so probably will hold up under use. I will test this item on an upcoming hun...
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Reviewed by Reddyfeet from Eastern Shore on Friday, December 26, 2014
I had initially liked this cup, even though some of the comments indicated that it was flimsy and not so well made. Having purchased two several months ago, they performed well, held a good amount of food and drink, and were a good addition to the camping gear.
However, it's now obvious to me that they are too cheaply made to continue to be useful, as the weld spots on the inside of the cups have shown rust, which decent stainless steel should not with normal use and care.
On the next return, I'll be shipping them back.
Reviewed by Andrew from New Hampshire on Tuesday, December 9, 2014
this is exactly what you'd expect for a mug that was under $5. it's very thin and you can feel the welds inside the cup where the handle attaches. i didn't realized that it was 28oz so it's quite big but don't expect this to hold up to travel/abuse. using it in the kitchen to melt butter or to sip a moscow mule.
Have not tested to see if it holds a full quart, but , if not, then pretty close. It is single walled steel and very light weight. And it is BIG. I use it as a pot on my camp stove to heat water or cook a meal.
Answered on 11/27/2013 6:38:58 AM by Elkhunter from Phoenix AZ
It holds 32 oz ( 1 quart). I just measured it, yes, 4 cups.
Answered on 11/27/2013 7:20:53 AM by Pete D from Ohio