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All Forum Posts by James Klein

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Caldera Cone 12-10 and StarLyte Simmer Device
Ran my first test with zelphs sweet new idea... Modified starlyte, ~1 liter cold tap water no lid in a greasepot, cone windscreen, two different burns in kitchen - each with 10g methanol blend f...

In GEAR » Caldera Cone 12-10 and StarLyte Simmer Device
December 08, 8:39pm

Re: What type of wire is best?
German tourist...maybe you could get away with (2) upsidedown "L" shaped piece of copper. Long leg in the cozy and short in the flame. How well it works will depend on how tall and tigh...

In Philosophy & Technique » cold weather performance upright canister
December 06, 7:12pm

relative warmth
A couple of considerations that I think may tip the conclusion of your test in favor of bag: • you didn't have equal insulation on your head vs the balance of your body in quilt mode. ...

In GEAR » Bag mode/quilt mode comparison
November 28, 10:24am

Re: Re: Brooks-Range Alpini vs. Montbell Alpine Light
I have a Golite bitterroot and picked up the BR Alpini. I'd say the the Alpini is easily 20-30% more lofty. But this is difficult to compare bc of the very different baffle geometries. The Go...

In GEAR » Brooks-Range Alpini vs. Montbell Alpine Light
November 20, 11:33am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Lightweight canister for lightweight stove
Yes I meant ronson but the phone autocorrects to Robson and I was lazy proofing the post :(. Curious, what did you use the ronson cartridge for? And what about the valve was unimpressive.

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightweight canister for lightweight stove
November 01, 7:49pm

Re: Lightweight canister for lightweight stove
Jan, I have been a click away from purchasing the caffin stove probably 5 different times. The last time I backed out I told myself "if only it could take those cheap lighter refil cartridges...

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightweight canister for lightweight stove
November 01, 7:43pm

Re: Re: Lightweight canister for lightweight stove
Now Jim I am very dissapointed in you....I assumed you'd have ponyed up for the roger caffin special at first offer.

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightweight canister for lightweight stove
November 01, 7:37pm

Re: Re: Lightweight canister for lightweight stove
Bob the canister in Jan's post is 50g fuel and weighs 75g total. Only .33% of the weight is in the container. I doubt if any of the standard canisters come in at that effeciciency. Ronson m...

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightweight canister for lightweight stove
November 01, 7:35pm

Re: Lightest Neoshell Jacket and Pants on the market.
Stephan, this guy appears to make customs sized jackets/pants outta neoshell in three different fabric weights. Using the ligtest fabric weight he quotes jacket and pant weight of ~10ozs each. Fo...

In GEAR » Lightest Neoshell Jacket and Pants on the market.
October 31, 8:55am

Re: New to alcohol stoves - burn time/fuel questions
Yes on figuring out an average and then adding a little margin. 10-20% extra is probably better than 50% - I'd rather let the stove cool down a little and then refill than burn more extra fuel...

In GEAR » New to alcohol stoves - burn time questions
October 28, 10:12am

All Reader Reviews by James Klein

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Antig Outdoors Antig Outdoors
I recently purchased some mechandise from Anig outdoors and noticed there was no review, so here goes... I learned of the site from some of member Jeff Antig's posts (guessing he's the owne...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
February 01, 6:42pm