if you are like me then coffee is a vital part of your kit when venturing outside....for years I've used the JetBoil French press without fail...my only few complaints on that are that it uses my primary pot so you have to be conscious about the order in which you prepare things...clean up can be a hassle...and it can make EVERYTHING taste like coffee. I've looked at other coffee presses but nothing really fit the bill.....until I saw this small start up company, Woodknot Gear .......................................so I sprung for one after seeing their awesome pics on their Instagram account. (<-----awesome photos-----<<<) Upon arrival I was impressed with the quality of the Ti cup and the overall fit and finish of the cup and components... Simply put it takes the place of my existing cup and works well as a coffee press...I like that I can take it completely apart to clean it easily and quickly in the field...it makes coffee and doesn't take up much space...it has handles and a bail and the pics tell the tale...it works.. my ONLY real compliant is that the knob on top of the lid is heavy....very heavy....I'm going to figure something out there to discard that and still have a functional knob...other than that it's a great piece of gear... I hadn't heard of anyone else that owned one and wanted to let you guys know that so far, I'm very pleased with mine... Specs from their website: Weight: cup only-3.7oz cup with press and titanium lid-7.4oz plastic lid-1.9oz whole kit in mesh bag-10.1oz Capacity: 750 ml (25.4oz) Dimensions: Internal Diameter- 3 3/4" Outer Diameter- 4 1/2" (to bale ends) Hight-4 1/4" (cup only) Hight-5" (to top of knob) *UltraLight *Compact *Measurement marks *Pour Spout *Bail Handle *Coffee Press *Coffee Lid *Double folding handles I used a Badger Claw coffee bag for my entire kit including coffee...it's a little tight but it worked...it encouraged me to make my coffee stronger..