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Corrected! No reason to make people read it anymore.

In Editor's Roundtable » MontBell UL Spiral Down Hugger Sleeping Bag Review
December 09, 8:36pm

Panasonic Lumix GF1 Review, October 2009
dpreview has a review of this which it compares somewhat to the Olympus E-P1. He notes a few advantages of E-P1, but I don't think i have ever read such an enthusiastic conclusion. I have ye...

In Editor's Roundtable » Olympus E-620 Digital SLR Camera Review
November 07, 10:10pm

Wrong numbers or Wrong words
Derek: "The is a typo in Roger's report. Under "Efficiency in real life" the column fuel/litre shows instead efficiency which is a sort of reciprocal." I think Derek w...

In Editor's Roundtable » Heat Exchange Stove Shootout: Part 3
Heat Exchanger Stoves

October 21, 7:49am

Another thought
The weight difference of the stoves/pot is constant for the trip, while the fuel difference only reaches its maximum near the end of the trip, assuming you take the same amount of fuel for either s...

In Editor's Roundtable » Heat Exchange Stove Shootout: Part 3
Heat Exchanger Stoves

October 21, 12:29am

I see now I think
Looks like you put the minutes to boil in for the fuel per liter in that one chart, I can't see that chart while posting but the 6+ numbers should be 11.6 and 13.3 from the earlier chart. I get...

In Editor's Roundtable » Heat Exchange Stove Shootout: Part 3
Heat Exchanger Stoves

October 20, 11:41pm

DON'T understand your charts
Isn't the ETA Power fuel consumption of 7.9 / liter MORE than 6+ for the average remote or upright??!!

In Editor's Roundtable » Heat Exchange Stove Shootout: Part 3
Heat Exchanger Stoves

October 20, 10:41pm

Day Clothes, where to they go at night?
So if you can't sleep with them what do you do with them? Hang them with your food?

In Editor's Roundtable » Philmont Scout Ranch: How Light Can You Go?
June 25, 11:47am

Nice comparison to Double Rainbow, but
If you are like me and don't take trekking poles and would opt for the comparable heavier more waterproof floor in the Lunar Duo, then your talking about 8 oz. more weight, (and perhaps fragile...

In Editor's Roundtable » Six Moon Designs Lunar Duo Tent REVIEW
September 19, 11:20pm

Few other advantages of the Double Rainbow.
Great review, I liked the comparison of space to the Double Rainbow. I think you left somethings out: It has the same weight only if you go with the lightweight floor option which isn't (...

In Editor's Roundtable » Six Moon Designs Lunar Duo Tent REVIEW
September 18, 5:18pm

The TWO
Something like the DUO for another say 4 oz (The Double Rainbow is 8 oz more than the Rainbow) would be nice! I think the Rainbow and Double Rainbow with their poles would never be as light as t...

In GEAR » Gossamer Gear "The One" Video
March 22, 12:57pm

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