- Additional Info
Save fuel and reduce cooking and waiting times with the BOT - 700! The BOT - 700 is built around a simple concept: use a lightweight, watertight container to pre-hydrate meals while hiking to save time, fuel, and improve taste. Simply add your food and the necessary amount of water to the BOT - 700 an hour or more before you finish hiking for the day, then throw it on the stove to warm it up using a fraction of the time and fuel needed to boil water and cook your food. Presto!Similar to our standard BOT (Bottle + Pot) but with a shorter height and attached handles, the BOT - 700 can also carry, cook, measure, store, and hold almost whatever you want it to. It'll become your go-to companion for every adventure.
- Pure grade titanium
- 100% biocompatible
- 700 ml capacity
- Watertight screw-top lid
- Lid doubles as cooking lid
- Temperature resistant O-ring
- Graduated measurements
- Foldaway handles
- Easy to clean
- Weight: 4.8 ounces (138 grams)
- Capacity: 700 ml (23 oz)
- Outer Diameter: 4.1 inches (105 mm)
- Inner Diameter: 3.8 inches (96 mm)
- Height: 4.8 inches (122 mm)
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CAUTION! Lid must be unscrewed and flipped over while cooking to prevent explosion. Serious injury could occur.
- Questions & Answers
Do you have any Question?Question: Can I use the Cozy with the Bot 700, or do the handles get in the way. Thanks Scott 17 Feb, 2017Answer: Unfortunately, the BOT Cozy will not fit the BOT-700 due to the handles.Question: Do you guys plane on making a stainless steel (aka cheaper) version of this. I love it but a hundred bucks for it is a bit out of my range. 09 Apr, 2017Answer: Unfortunately, we don't have plans to make this out of stainless steel at this time.Question: Will the 700ml BOT nest into the 750ML Ti-Lite Mug or the Ti BOT? 26 Apr, 2017Answer: Unfortunately, it won't nest into either. Thanks!Question: Is these BOT models are made from 100% pure titanium, or titanium alloy? If they are made from titanium alloy, what is the name/grade of this alloy exactly? 28 Jul, 2017Answer: Yes, they along with all of our utensils, mugs, pots, flasks, and water bottles are made from pure grade titanium (non-alloyed). Thanks!