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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: OOooo! Ooooo! More efficiency testing
This one has 5 cup capacity and weighs 1.5 ounce. Packs flat. For wood fires only :-) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LlZ8soLn7CA another added that weighs 1 ounce Pot weighs 1oz and has a...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » UL winter cook kit
June 07, 7:05pm

Re: Re: Re: OOooo! Ooooo! More efficiency testing
Bob, what caused you to switch over to using a bowl?

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » UL winter cook kit
June 07, 4:43pm

Re: OOooo! Ooooo! More efficiency testing
Eric, I had good results using an aluminum bowl in comparison to a flat bottom pot of the same capacity. I would never be able to convince the backpacking world to use bowls instead of pots LOL. ...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » UL winter cook kit
June 07, 4:12pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Pot halfway out?
Jameson, nice find on that video, I have so many, can't remember them all. Ideas come fast and I act upon them and do a video and then forget them, LOL. That video did show a way around getting...

In GEAR » Esbit burner testing
June 07, 3:26pm

Re: Re: Pot halfway out?
The ridgelines on the Trail Designs and my beer can pots are at the 2 cup level. The water is below the support line, surrounded by heat of the cone and protected from the wind. Flat bottomed cans ...

In GEAR » Esbit burner testing
June 07, 10:10am

Bowls are better
Al bowls are better than straight sided pots :-) Experiments a few years ago told me so ;) More experiments will be forthcoming when my esbit arrives.

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » UL winter cook kit
June 06, 2:58pm

Re: re: Esbit burner testing
Jameson, I use a wet piece of toilet tissue to wipe the bottom of a beer can pot. Residue is water soluble. Significant findings so far: 1. Richard May discovers small aluminum Red Bull type...

In GEAR » Esbit burner testing
June 06, 10:00am

Re: 4g Esbit tablets
My last order was from ebay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/290964424331 Arrival of my order is due next week Tuesday and then the fun will resume :-)

In GEAR » Esbit burner testing
June 06, 6:04am

More oxygen
Because you have charcoal left over instead of ash, I say you need more incoming air under the grate. My motto....never deny your stove oxygen :-)

In Make Your Own Gear » Woodgas Cup stove.
June 05, 9:35pm

1 out of 8 is
One steam burn out of 8 pick-ups is too many :-) Pouring with it like that might get you more steam burns....right?

In Make Your Own Gear » Carbon Felt Pot Holder
June 05, 9:32pm

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