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Barry Cuthbert (nzbazza) - BPL Lifetime Member

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wool wash works well
Rub a small drop of laundry wool wash onto both sides of the lenses to form a thin film and allow to dry. I find this reduces fogging in wet and foggy/misty conditions. Wool wash works because i...

In GEAR » Glasses...
January 15, 3:33pm

BPL article I agree with Malto in minimising the clothing getting wet and preventing chafing....

In Philosophy & Technique » Pearls for backpacking in the rain
December 01, 4:23pm

Working out the Zebralight models
Zebralight produce 1AA headlamps with three different beam profiles. The H502 has a wide (~80 deg) even beam profile, achieved through the use of a lens. This is good for task or area flood ligh...

In GEAR » Zebralight me choose
November 26, 6:52pm

Re: November Trip: Patagonia or something else?
New Zealand is awesome! But I'm somewhat biased... I listed some of my favourite South Island routes here:

In Pre-Trip Planning » November Trip: Patagonia or something else?
October 29, 7:00pm

Re: Re: Re: Brightest Red LED Headlamp in 2xAAA or 1xAA
Ask over at candlepowerforums marketplace, headlamps are a re pretty small part of the market, but you might have more luck.

In GEAR » Brightest Red LED Headlamp in 2xAAA or 1xAA
October 29, 6:39pm

Re: Brightest Red LED Headlamp in 2xAAA or 1xAA
Zebralight H51r Main Features and Specifications LED: Cree XP-E Red (Dominant Wavelength 620-630nm) ...

In GEAR » Brightest Red LED Headlamp in 2xAAA or 1xAA
October 29, 3:10pm

And not to forget the Backpacker Mag July 1982 article on lightening up
Download link to article here: 1982 was a great year for UL knowledge be...

In Philosophy & Technique » Book: "Hiking Light" by Marlyn Doan, Mountainners 1982!
October 22, 5:57pm

I'll see your couch and raise you a BBQ... Summit party on Mt Taranaki Back in the early 90's I belonged to a university camping trip and the club was responsible for mai...

In GEAR » The most "non lightweight" thing you've seen on the trail
September 12, 5:12pm

Josh Garrett
Anish's record may not last long. Josh Garrett has also being doing a record attempt on the PCT for the FKT. Unsure whether he has been doing it unsupported/supported. There seems to be some di...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » New Pacific Coast Trail Record
August 08, 6:43pm

Re: What would YOUR SUL thru-hike gear list look like?
Check out Cam Honan's (Swami) gear list for the 12 long walks he did in 18 months, including the fastest ever triple crown in a single year. This guy is a hiking legend. There's no weights ...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » What would YOUR SUL thru-hike gear list look like?
August 04, 4:26pm

All Reader Reviews by Barry Cuthbert

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SnowPeak 900
I have the ti version, weighs 155g on my scales, 105g sans lid. Perfect size billy for me when going solo and SP Gigapower stove and gas canister fit neatly inside the billy. I replaced the lid wit...

In Cookware - Titanium
July 28, 6:51pm

Sea to Summit Alpha Light Spoon
I have the long-handled version - ideal for eating out of bags or stirring in pots. As others have noted the shape of the spoon is great for the last bit of food out of the corners. Sometimes I wish t...

In Cookware - Other
July 28, 6:42pm