Fuel Measuring Cup

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  • Accurately measure alcohol stove fuel
  • 1 oz (30 ml) capacity
  • Easily readable graduations every 0.25 oz and 5 ml
  • Dripless pouring spout


Our Fuel Measuring Cup allows you to accurately measure alcohol stove fuel. It has a 1 oz (30 ml) capacity and is marked for both oz and ml. Easily readable graduations are marked every 0.25 oz or 5 ml. The measuring cup is made of polypropylene and has a dripless beaker pouring spout.

To get the most efficiency out of your alcohol stove you need to accurately measure the fuel. Experiment with your stove to determine how much fuel is really needed to boil a given amount of water. Of course, changing conditions (temperature, wind, elevation) will change the boil time but you can add or subtract fuel needed from that baseline. This will allow you to more accurately determine how much fuel to take on a trip without carrying too much extra.



Volume: 1 oz (30 ml)

Graduation Increment: 0.25 oz and 5 ml

Material: Polypropylene (PP)


   Top: 1.75 in. (45 mm) dia

   Base: 1.3 in. (33 mm) dia

Height: 1.75 in. (45 mm)

Weight: 0.12 oz (3.5 g)

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  • 5
    ultralight graduated fuel measuring cup

    Posted by Unknown on 11th Jun 2020

    This thing is super light, yet seems more strong than the measuring cups you find with medicine. Can't beat it for $1. I use this to measure 190 proof everclear for my alcohol stove. It also functions very well as a shot glass.

  • 5
    Great for dosing out fuel or recipes -- or spirits

    Posted by Todd on 23rd Jun 2019

    Excellent ultralight alternative to my titanium shot glass.

  • 5
    Great measuring cup for alcohol fuel stoves

    Posted by cycling nerd on 17th May 2018

    Exactly what I needed for my MYOG alcohol fuel stove at a very reasonable price.

  • 5
    Handy, lightweight item that has multiple uses

    Posted by Kathy on 30th Jun 2017

    I tend to use canister stoves, so don't need this to measure fuel, but I actually use this for cooking. It's ultra light, and super small, and handy for measuring small amounts of liquid to add to recipes. I have some dehydrated cheese snack spread that requires 3 ounces of water. Just try getting that right with a standard measuring cup! I also use this to mix up milk for my oatmeal, or to mix up powdered sour cream or butter. Super handy!