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Re: Re: Re: wpb jacket and pants
Ah, after reading up on eVent I think that's what I'm going to go for. I'm not too thrilled about the GoreTex inner having to first be saturated before it starts breathing and diffusing...

In GEAR » Need a waterproof jacket and pants.
February 09, 10:40am

Re: wpb jacket and pants
Not sure. The pants are a bit tricky because the ankle areas should be reinforced for going around boots and stuff. But the jacket can be less than 10 oz I guess?

In GEAR » Need a waterproof jacket and pants.
February 08, 8:14pm

Need a waterproof jacket and pants.
I have a pair of Red Ledge Thunder light jacket and pants and they have lost their waterproofness years ago. I was never impressed by their construction. The waterproofness seems to be a co...

In GEAR » Need a waterproof jacket and pants.
February 08, 7:56pm

Re: Gas stove with pressure cooker.
I'd love to see those weights as well. I thought GSI was the only one that made small pressure cookers. I think 2.7L is perfect though - anything less and it's strictly a one-person cooking...

In GEAR » Most reliable and field serviceable gasoline stove?
May 04, 8:39am

Re: Re: Just tried my OmniLite - not able to keep my pressure cooker at pressure
The Muka was completely unfazed with auto gas. I really like the high output of the Muka and the easy lighting. It would be fine in a tent vestibule because the initial flame during priming isn'...

In GEAR » Most reliable and field serviceable gasoline stove?
May 03, 6:52pm

Re: Pressure cooker?
It's not a very large pressure cooked - it's tiny in fact when you consider that I can only use about half of the 2.7L volume for cooking. However, I didn't think that it would be a...

In GEAR » Most reliable and field serviceable gasoline stove?
May 03, 6:36pm

Just tried my OmniLite - not able to keep my pressure cooker at pressure
I just tried my OmniLite for the first time. I used auto gas for the first try since that's all I had at the time. I cook with a 2.7L GSI Halulite Pressure Cooker. The Soto Muka had no problem ...

In GEAR » Most reliable and field serviceable gasoline stove?
May 03, 3:33pm

Re: Re: Went with the Primus OmniLite Ti
Thank you for all the tips! One questions about the Omnilite - the reason I said I wasn't sure about the flexible fuel line is because more flexible generally means thinner, and thinner can ...

In GEAR » Most reliable and field serviceable gasoline stove?
May 02, 4:55pm

Went with the Primus OmniLite Ti
I decided to go for the Primus OmniLite Ti. Moontrail had it for $150, I added the $20 maintenance kit, and next day shipping for (gasp) $50 since I have things I need to cook that will go bad, and...

In GEAR » Most reliable and field serviceable gasoline stove?
May 01, 4:03pm

Re: MSR
Have you ever had trouble with the plastic on the MSR? Here's a blog I just read: http://www.pedallingabout.com/2012/10/23/stove-reviews-msr-whisperlite-versus-primus-omnifuel/ "W...

In GEAR » Most reliable and field serviceable gasoline stove?
May 01, 2:25pm

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