GSI Lexan Fairshare Mug

GSI Lexan Fairshare Mug is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 38.
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Product Description Item No.   10006756

Lightweight and virtually indestructible, 32 oz capacity ensures that you will get your "fair share" at mealtime. A screw on lid ensures that you don't spill food in your tent while waiting for it to cool. Luminous graduated measurements.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Do it! You'll thank me later if you ever happen to run into me, and at that even know who I am! Been using the fair share mug for two years and could not hike w/o it. ever durable lexan, I have dropped this while full of liquid and capped onto cobbles in rivers and on limstone hiking trails with barely a scratch to show for it. size is great for soup, oatmeal, mac n cheese, coffee, and handle means you wont burn your hands trying to eat. biners fit thru both holes in the handle so you can strap it anywhere and use it to protect delicate items in your pack while hiking - my headlamp often lives here. a good complement to the ever present Nalgene drinking bottle at the breakfast fire and the same volume if you ever want to simplify your life by dropping one of the two
Date published: 2007-12-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good if you need one item to serve as both a mug and a bowl. This is truly a brilliant mug. I appreciate the several points on the handle where holes or slits allow the mug to be clipped or strapped to a pack (or hung upside-down to dry). The best part is that if you can only get your bowl so clean between meals, you can easily re-seal the lid and just throw it back in your pack without fear of getting food all over your clothes and gear.<BR><BR>My one negative thought is that it's a little too narrow to serve as a perfect bowl and a little too uninsulated to serve as a perfect hot beverage mug, so it is a very good combination, but not exceptional for either.
Date published: 2007-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great bowl, but a bit large when packing This is a really nice bowl made out of some strong plastic. It definitely lets you grab a lot of food at mealtimes and the cover is great because you can save food for later (clutch) as well as toss a tiny bit of water in there, shake it up, and get it almost perfectly clean. However, the downside of having a bowl which holds a lot of food is that it takes up a lot of room in your pack. Also, I am always a little afraid that the handle is going to break off (it has a tiny bit of flex and I often jam it into pretty tight spaces). However, so far I haven't had any problems and it has been pretty indestructible. Overall a good mug, but make sure you are prepared for it to be on the large side.
Date published: 2012-09-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Big, easy to carry, securely close-able, useful for measurement This is probably the best back country eating equipment I've found. In the past I've used titanium plates and lexan bowls and kitchen tupperware, but all have fallen short for various reasons too messy to eat off/out of, don't close securely or at all, etc What I like so much about this mug is first that it's completely and securely sealable so that leftovers are no problem, and second that it's light and can easily be clipped to the out side of your pack. Also it was convenient volume measurements on the side. Pretty much the only reason I didn't give this guy the highest rating is that mine cracked after it took a tumble along with my pack down a cliff. So they're not infinitely durab
Date published: 2008-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This thing is huge! Talk about "fair share"! This mug (or as I like to think of it, a bowl) will give you space for well more than your fair share. Let's just hope that your hungry stomach can hold all the food! What is really cool though, is that my Sea-to-Summit Insul-Mug fits perfectly inside this mug with the cover on, so packability is awesome too! I just wish that the handle felt a little sturdier (it is a little flexible, but not really a problem). Since the top opening is so large, it is super easy to clean as well. Anyone doing any sort of mountaineering should have this mug!
Date published: 2010-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you don't have one you need one...come on its under $10 one always has to have a good all purpous backpacking cup/bowl/storage container. Lexan is the best anyways so this is perfect. the only thing they need to do to make it better is make lexan fire resistant so you can cook with it too... but for now it works great and is light. The lid is great for shaking not stirring things and if you want to save some of that oatmeal for later *though i don't suggest it, it kinda turns into cement.* when your not using it you can also store things in it and hang it on your pack as it won't clink like a tin cup.
Date published: 2007-03-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great... if you don't mung your dishes. I was stoked on the idea of this mug after seeing a coworker get huge portions last summer when all I had was my squishy Guyot Designs bowl, but after using it for the first time on a 3 week sea-kayaking trip, I have to say that I'm really not impressed. Within the first day the lid, some different plastic than the cup, had warped from being cleaned in boiling water, making it impossible to close. Also, while the volume may sound sick to get your share, it's a pain to pack. I'd recommend regular Tupperware over this bad boy any day.
Date published: 2010-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THE Solution for light weight alpine ascents. When struggling up those high altitude peaks, weight is the KEY issue as far as gear. The Fairshare mug is the go to solution for limiting cookware and cooking times. All you need is one pot for boiling water, and the fair share mug to cook your couscous or Ramen for the evening meal. No extra pots or pans, just the bare minimum to help you make the summit. Go big and go light, just don't leave the Fairshare behind!
Date published: 2011-05-17
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