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All Forum Posts by James Klein

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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

Re: Re: Re: Tempering Dark Chocolate
If you buy new dark chocolate, then I don't think tempering will improve it any as it is already tempered. And likely better than you'd be able to do at home.

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Dark or bittersweet chocolate recommendation please.
October 22, 9:20pm

sul 4th meal
So I got a little hungry and decided to try steam baking a pancake in this rig. I had to add: 1. Cut down pot pie pan 5gr. 2. Sheet of wax paper 2 gr. 3. Simmer ring attachment (scale says 0 ...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » 24g SUL/SUC/SUDelicate water boiling kit
October 22, 9:08pm

Re: A bowl and container for your 24g SUL/SUC/SUDelicate water boiling kit
David, the double bale does give a surprising amount of control. also, I formed a slight spout in between one of the sets of bale tie downs. I was able to pour boiling water back into my 2”X4&...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » 24g SUL/SUC/SUDelicate water boiling kit
October 22, 7:16pm

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