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Re: Esbit burner testing
Willie Evenstop (redmonk) has got a winner also, he never has a problem getting two boils per regular tablet using the stock caldera gram cracker and cone. Eric is interested in those kinds of resu...

In GEAR » Esbit burner testing
June 01, 3:07pm

Boil 2 cups water
It's all about boiling 2 cups of water using esbit in a stove. a "stove" consists of a pot support and a fuel holder(burner) A windscreen should always be used. It plays an impo...

In GEAR » Esbit burner testing
June 01, 12:18pm

Eureka For Aaron
Aaron, is your comment correct, can your BGET style holder that fits a 14 gram esbit cut in half easily boil 2 cups of the coldest water in a stream you can find? Sounds too good to be true, just c...

In GEAR » Esbit burner testing
June 01, 9:38am

Re: Re: Eureka
BG, you're correct. Aaron said he made a BGET style holder that fits a 14 gram esbit cut in half. It will easily boil 2 cups of the coldest water in a stream you can find.

In GEAR » Esbit burner testing
June 01, 8:14am

Eureka
Just wanted to give an update on progress. A lot of trial and error got me to a set up that can boil 2 cups of 70 degree start temp water consistently with 10 grams of esbit. I used a cone, a 2....

In GEAR » Esbit burner testing
May 31, 9:28pm

Esbit by the case
Where is the best place to purchase a case of 14 gram esbit? I read here on BPL somebody purchased by the case but can't remember who it was....duh!

In GEAR » Esbit burner testing
May 29, 2:40pm

hardwood or softwood?
Mostly hardwood. I split twigs,stack vertical and light from top. After the stove is loaded I remove a couple twigs from the center to allow air to come up through the center for optimum ignitio...

In Make Your Own Gear » Esbit Concentrator
May 29, 1:26pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: BGET plus Stainless Pot Support
I know, I know it's heavy but...... You can cut the legs off the BGET and then remove some of the wire from the pot support. There are some squares in it that can be removed:) Shipping it...

In Gear Deals » Brian Green Esbit Tray BGET
May 29, 1:09pm

Re: Re: BGET plus Stainless Pot Support
Ian, there is a photo of the kit I put together that shows the pot support, BGET and the 10oz. capacity aluminum pot/mug. Pot support and BGET fit inside. http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin...

In Gear Deals » Brian Green Esbit Tray BGET
May 29, 11:27am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Tri-Wing and Concentrator
(bobmny10562) My favorite fuel is wood. I'm anchored into the Midwest where fire bans are rarely seen. Designing stoves is fun.

In Make Your Own Gear » Esbit Concentrator
May 29, 11:04am

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