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Re: Re: Re: Re: Piezo on these stoves?
If you had a stove with piezo the idea (for me at least) is to leave one of the other two out. So you would not have any additional redundancy.

In Editor's Roundtable » Recent Developments in Canister Stoves
March 17, 1:37pm

Msr/kovea seperate igniter
Tanks for the input on the igniters however they do not appeal to me at all! They look as heavy as à mini bic. They are not attached to the stove with screws. Based on the feedback they ar...

In Editor's Roundtable » Recent Developments in Canister Stoves
March 16, 4:22pm

Carburettor spring is a good idea!
I do remember carburetors and I would say that the heat exchanger would only work well on one size pot unless one is really lucky so that the overlap would match on the next "indent". ...

In GEAR » windshield VS heat exchanger!?
March 15, 1:02pm

Nice design!
"This isn't what you asked for, but this weighs 0.9 oz:" Great to see! I made a very similar version but it had rounded surfaces on the contact surfaces. It works really good but I...

In GEAR » windshield VS heat exchanger!?
March 15, 12:12pm

Re: Re: windshield VS heat exchanger!?
I believe that the assumption that the heat exchanger takes a long time to break even is based on a wind free comparison! Correct? I would love to see some real testing.

In GEAR » windshield VS heat exchanger!?
March 15, 12:05pm

windshield VS heat exchanger!?
Does anyone have knowledge on fuel consumption with a heat exchanger pot compared to a normal pot with a windshield in the wind? The question was brought up since Jetboil Sol for example handles wi...

In GEAR » windshield VS heat exchanger!?
March 15, 9:38am

Piezo on these stoves?
Its a pity there is no removable Piezo on these super light ones. If I remember correctly a normal piezo weighs in at 10 grams and if they put some effort in making it really light it might drop to...

In Editor's Roundtable » Recent Developments in Canister Stoves
March 15, 9:28am

Why not a refillable titan canister!?
Can someone please make a titan canister that is refillable at the nearest propane supplier!? You could even have one designed for butane (lighter) and a sturdier (heavier) one for propane. That wa...

In Editor's Roundtable » Recent Developments in Canister Stoves
March 14, 1:34am

Bi-metal, now were talking!
Bi-metal sounds very interesting and it should not be hard or expansive to source. Picture: http://www.google.se/imgres?imgurl=http://www.hilli1.de/Physik/Folien/Waerme1/Bimetall.gif&imgrefu...

In Editor's Roundtable » Thermal Feedback in Upright Canister Stoves
March 07, 12:44am

Nice video!
Nice to see a video!

In Editor's Roundtable » Winter Firebuilding Techniques (Video)
February 20, 10:53am

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