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Re: Cut-down weight
I weighted the second half I didn't use - it's 165 grams.

In Make Your Own Gear » 199g half-inflatable full length pad
November 02, 1:20pm

199g half-inflatable full length pad"
The weight of the original, full-length inflatable is 280g according to the specs, I don't remember wow much it actually was but it was less than 300 g.

In Make Your Own Gear » 199g half-inflatable full length pad
October 31, 1:56am

199g half-inflatable full length pad
After some research, I'm approaching the weight of my CCF pad with a more comfortable half-inflatable pad: I've bought a cheap (it was about $18, now I found one for $10), plastic inflat...

In Make Your Own Gear » 199g half-inflatable full length pad
October 30, 10:59am

DIY simple, inexpensive, and durable silver anti odor treatment? Probably no.
I guess the procedure suggested here will not work. Silver chloride is not soluble in water (in fact it is well known for its extremely low solubility), so you are not working with a solution but j...

In Make Your Own Gear » DIY simple, inexpensive, and durable silver anti odor treatment?
June 08, 1:26pm

Re: RE: WPB Cuben Bag Shell
Hi Stephen, To some of your points: "But if you had WPB material inside and out and taped the seams (if that's possible on a sleeping bag) then would water ever get in...?" Thi...

In GEAR » Sleeping bag/quilt with WPB cuben shell
January 20, 7:45am

Re: Carbon Fiber Pot Lid; Food safe question
A couple of notes (from a chemist): 1) There is no chance something can get into the water through aluminum foil. Gluing the foil to the bottom of a lid would be a permanent solution. 2) Whet...

In Make Your Own Gear » Carbon Fiber Pot Lid; Food safe question
January 16, 5:45am

RE: Lighter Blizzard bag
I've also noticed that, and at this weight and size (more importantly), it becomes very interesting. However, I was not able to find the most important information - how warm is it compared to ...

In GEAR » Lighter Blizzard bag
January 07, 2:41am

How the brass bits were made
Roger, I don't have a lathe, I turned the brass parts using a drill press and a file. It works quite well. Previously, I made such parts even at home, using a cordless hand drill.

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightweight canister for lightweight stove
November 14, 6:54am

Another canister mated with the stove - details
The parts used are in the following picture. What is most important is the gasket (bottom right). I used a cylindrical rubber gasket I found at a local store. It is 4 mm thick, what is just enough ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightweight canister for lightweight stove
November 13, 1:19pm

Another canister mated with the stove
I have succesfully tried another type canister with the stove. It is the "asian" butane canister. The advantage of this one is that it is really cheap. I have used the same parts (bras...

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightweight canister for lightweight stove
November 12, 2:40pm

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