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Re: Aquamira tablets
Malcolm, You might want to contact Benjamin Tang on this....he is the resident tablet expert. If I recall from his prior post, the 4 hours is if you want to nuke absolutely everything in the ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Aquamira tablets
January 12, 10:13pm

Re: Gregory Z55 vs. Deuter 60+10 ?
Christopher, I have the Z55 and I love this pack! At 3 lbs and 3 oz, I am not sure that it is UL, but if you have to carry a load for any length of time, this is my go to pack. I have carr...

In GEAR » Gregory Z55 vs. Deuter 60+10 ?
January 12, 2:42pm

Re: Great Photos!
Darren, Glad that you enjoyed the photos, it has been a real pleasure to post them up here and to hear all the positive responses back. I'd be happy to email you those two photos, which a...

In Photo Gallery » Emigrant Wilderness
January 12, 12:14pm

Re: Question About Storing Water
Ben, I have read that two and in my Earthquake Kit, I have jugs off water from the store that are sealed. They are over 2 yrs old, not sure why they would go bad either. Would like to know...

In GEAR » Question About Storing Water
January 11, 3:01pm

Re: Decided on Fenix
John, Once you have had a chance to use your Fenix in the field at night, could you please post back here on how it worked for you? I have been researching Fenix lights too for night hiking u...

In GEAR » Lumens for NightTime Hiking?
January 09, 2:27pm

Re: Rehydrating Food
Darryl, My family and I have been dehydrating our food for a couple of years now simple because we were lazy/dissatisfied with the "special" meals that have been suggested for backpack...

In GEAR » Rehydrating Food
January 09, 11:18am

Re: Western Mountaineering and Marmot
Dennis, I have been using the Marmot Helium EQ for a year or two now and my hiking buddy has the Marmot Helium. Both are great bag and I can tell you that the EQ is completely waterproof, if ...

In GEAR » Western Mountaineering and Marmot
January 07, 5:31pm

Re: Seam Sealing (or Glue Rage!)
David, I feel your pain, having spent 4 hrs or more seam sealing my MLD eVent Soul Side Zip. Something I wanted to ask you about....the seams in question that you have not sealed are taped? ...

In GEAR » Seam Sealing (or Glue Rage!)
January 06, 4:43pm

In-line Filter
Erik, Hey, thanks for letting me know. Glad that someone benefited from my detailed review on it that I wrote up last year. I really need to take some photos of my setup and insert them in...

In GEAR » Short People & The Gatewood Cape
January 05, 1:06pm

Re: Re: Anyone use MLD Cuben Poncho Tarp?
Roleigh, My friend, Jeremy, and I have the MLD poncho tarp in Silnylon and have been rained on once with it....hail and steady drizzle for a few hours. (Photos under Emigrant Wildress Photogalle...

In GEAR » Anyone use MLD Cuben Poncho Tarp?
January 03, 5:57pm

All Reader Reviews by Tony Wong

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Platypus Hoser 1.8 Liter Reservoir
For those of us who enjoy the convenience of of having a sip of water on demand, this is an easy way to save some weight with few negatives. The only negatives for me is the bite valve that comes w...

In Hydration - Water Storage Containers
June 29, 6:09pm

Marmot Helium (long)
I have the 2007 Model of the Marmot Helium EQ, which differs from the regular Helium in two ways. It has a full length zipper and the shell is waterproof. Weight is listed as 2 lbs 2 oz vs. 1 lb...

In Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other
June 29, 5:29pm

Sunday Afternoon Adventure hat
How can I count the ways that I love this hat? I have been using this hat for 7 years from completely re-landscaping my yard for 2.5 yrs as well as for backpacking trips. I love that it provides...

In Clothing - Headwear, Handwear
June 29, 5:12pm

Mountain Laurel Designs Soul Bivy Side Zip (eVent Top)
Mountain Laurel Designs Soul Bivy Side Zip with eVent top, Silnylon 2.0 bottom, built in hoop wire, regular size, but in the wide option, which allows for a sleeping pad thicker than 1". Weig...

In Shelters - Bivy Sacks
June 01, 10:39pm

Sawyer In-Line Filter
Pros: Light Weight, Field Cleanable by backwashing, No Chemicals, No Pumping Cons: Setup time longer than traditional filter. Speed of filtration can vary based on conditions. Like traditional filt...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
February 07, 11:20pm