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Adjustable bobbin is my big peeve
I'm not a professional seamstress in real life, nor do I play one on TV, but bobbin thread tension adjustment is the biggest problem I've encountered with entry-level machines. The bobbin t...

In GEAR » Best Value Sewing Machine?
November 29, 9:10am

Re: Personal locator Beacons (PLB's) recommendations
Here's some info you might find helpful - it clears up some of the BS in this thread http://tinyurl.com/p62vl7u

In GEAR » Personal locator Beacons (PLB's) recommendations
November 04, 12:12pm

Katadyn MicroPur Chlorine Dioxide Tablets
Chlorine Dioxide is a much more aggressive anti-microbal.

In GEAR » Best way to clean / disinfect your Platypus
October 19, 10:44am

A wick around the stem improves priming
I discovered that a short length of wood stove door gasket, (1/4" diameter from ACE hardware), really improves cold-weather priming. Tie it or wire it one at the base of the stem at the indent...

In GEAR » Is the SVEA 123 still a viable stove option for winter?
September 29, 9:07am

Scotch tape it
Just use Scotch tape. It works. And it will come off if you don't leave it on for a couple years.

In GEAR » Frosting lens of LED lantern
September 23, 9:04pm

Re: A fish fry pan
I'd take the 12" pan even though you have to reposition it to even out the heat, because it sounds like you're cooking for two. I'd take a Walmart 7-8" handless non-stick chea...

In GEAR » A fish fry pan
September 08, 3:43pm

Nothing like a cloud of mosquitoes to deliver clarity on the subject
I used an A16 Bug Bivy. It kept my face from looking like barfed hamburger. I don't mind the whine when I know they can't get me and I sure slept better.

In GEAR » I don't get why people use bug bivies.
September 01, 5:24pm

Re: Re: How cold before a SVEA123 quits working?
I've used my SVEA123R at 0*F and found that it is easy to prime and light. It runs sitting encased in the snow, but it runs hotter when sitting on an insulating pad. It is nice to not have to p...

In GEAR » Winter Stove Discussion - 2014
August 26, 12:46pm

How cold before a SVEA123 quits working?
Since there's no pump, I wonder how cold it has to be for a SVEA 123 to quit working?

In GEAR » Winter Stove Discussion - 2014
August 25, 10:36pm

When do white gas stoves quit working?
I wonder if anybody has gotten their white gas stove cold enough to quit working?

In GEAR » Winter Stove Discussion - 2014
August 25, 8:26am

All Reader Reviews by Zorg Zumo

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Optimus/Primus? Svea 123R
It is the same weight as other white gas stoves, but with fewer moving parts. It is inherently more reliable over a very long history. It is very fuel efficient and the maximum heat output and flame a...

In Stoves - White Gas
May 23, 3:19pm