Bear Grylls Gerber Canteen and Cup
Bear Grylls Gerber Canteen and Cup Bear Grylls Gerber Canteen and Cup

Bear Grylls Gerber Canteen and Cup

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Further Information
Further Information
  • Food grade aluminum cup
  • Heat resistant silicone handles
  • Textured exterior
  • 1 litre capacity
  • BPA-free water bottle
  • Nylon sheath with belt loop
  • Leak-proof lock top
  • Priorities of Survival guide
  • Dimensions approx 25 x 15 x 8cm
  • Weight approx 355g
Inspired by the classic military canteen and nesting cup, Bear Grylls and Gerber have updated the design with a BPA-free water bottle, snug fitting nylon sheath and leak proof lock top. The two-handled cup is aluminum, suitable for boiling water. The outside of the canteen is textured to avoid spills or drops, even when you’re wearing gloves or exposed to extreme conditions. For survival in the wild, a water bottle simply won’t cut it.
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