Cup is great, lid attaches solidly and the handles don't get too hot. The stove lights easily, but I do recommend getting the wind screen if there more that a breath of wind blowing where you are going. A spork is a spork is a spork, and a titanium spork is the sporkiest of the type
Bought this stove about a year ago and have been very pleased with it's performance. I have used it on numerous occasions camping and it never lets me down. The stove lights up every time first click. Boils water fairly quick. Packs down to a very manageable size. Lightweight. Just awesome! The one draw back to this set up is how hot the pot handles get! I usually solve this by picking it up with my sleeve. You can pick it up bare handed but it's on the uncomfortably warm side. It cools off literally in seconds once the water is out though. Overall this is a great buy! Would recommend to anyone looking for a small, lightweight way to cook a tasty meal in the backwoods.
This is an excellent starter kit, and I am very happy with my purchase. While I have not had the opportunity to extensively test my stove, a few trial runs in the back yard have me excited to hit the trail.
There is a story with my purchase. I wanted a stove but the wife is a real health nut. She tells me that aluminum releases chemicals at high heats into whateves ur cooking. She said there is no know signs of this happening with titanium cookware. I looked online and there is info out there to prove it. Not only that but it's titanium people. It just sounds cool. As for the product it really is awesome. Light, compact, minimalist set with everything to get you started cooking at camp.