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Devin Montgomery (dsmontgomery) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale one snowball away from big trouble
About Me Hiker, rower, bicyclist. I go light because I'd rather feel like a guy walking in the woods than a pack-mule hauling a load. Now the maker of the Backcountry Boiler, undeniably the baddest way to heat water on the planet.
CityPittsburgh
StatePA
CountryUS
My Website URLhttp://theboilerwerks.com/

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All Forum Posts by Devin Montgomery

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Re: First Project - Cuben/Momentum Bivy
Nice bivy, Kevin. That's quite a first project and an amazing finished weight. Once you trail test it, I'd like to hear how the Cuben stands up to this type of use, and how you like the b...

In Make Your Own Gear » First Project - Cuben/Momentum Bivy
May 08, 11:21pm

FYI - Another Titanium Source, any others?
In addition to thru-hiker and McMaster-Carr I found an Ebay store Shapiro Supply that's a good Ti source for a wide variety shapes and sizes that aren't readily available elsewh...

In Make Your Own Gear » FYI - Another Titanium Source, any others?
May 08, 10:36am

Re: Re: Ultralight Kelly / Storm / Volcano Kettle
Steve - thanks for the source and the ideas for the stove. Many thanks for the words of encouragement. You're vicious when it comes to saving weight, but I'll give the "rock 'n f...

In Make Your Own Gear » Ultralight Kelly / Storm / Volcano Kettle
May 02, 10:01pm

Re: Re: Ultralight Kelly / Storm / Volcano Kettle
Thanks, Mike. I think I'll definitely get it up in the G-spot once my prototype is finished and I've been able to run it through some tests. There sure seems to be more traffic there.

In Make Your Own Gear » Ultralight Kelly / Storm / Volcano Kettle
April 28, 11:58am

Re: RE: Improved Kelly Kettle
Thanks for the suggestions, Steve. I think you're absolutely right about about the capacity and the inner wall. I'm trying to find a container that's a bit larger with the same wall t...

In Make Your Own Gear » Ultralight Kelly / Storm / Volcano Kettle
April 28, 11:54am

Re: Less is more
Miles, I don't think that you and your friend's Amish pals could be more right. I get my most manic surges of "Less is More" bliss when I'm shopping at ALDI Supermarkets. ...

In Philosophy & Technique » SUL and Enviornment
April 24, 12:57pm

Ultralight Kelly / Storm / Volcano Kettle
I'm new to the forums and see that I'm not the only one who's wanted to "lighten up" the classic Kelly Kettle. The Classic (through-link to Kelly Kettle image) For b...

In Make Your Own Gear » Ultralight Kelly / Storm / Volcano Kettle
April 23, 12:49pm

All Reader Reviews by Devin Montgomery

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Ultralight Designs Blue Mini
This is aluminum bottle based alcohol stove similar to the "gram weenie" by Whitebox. I bought the stove because of its simplicity and because I could quickly get it for a hike I was taking ...

In Stoves - Alcohol
September 04, 1:04pm

Potable Aqua Iodine Drinking Water Germicidal Tablets
These have been around forever, and I think just about everyone has used them at one time or another. If you're an absolute novice, use them once: chugging the resulting antiseptic rinse is a rig...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
May 01, 12:44pm

Micropur MP 1 Chlorine Dioxide Water Purifier Tablet
My rating of five here is for the Chlorine Dioxide method of treatment, this is just the brand I happened to use. Ultra lightweight, kills most wee-beasties in 20 min, with 4 hrs kills the few ...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
May 01, 12:24pm

MSR Whisperlight / Internationale
For years, this was the Model T of backpacking stoves, and for good reason. Runs on almost any fuel, easy and reliable to use in all conditions, "light" for traditional packing. Can accomo...

In Stoves - White Gas
May 01, 11:51am

Marmot Precip Jacket Mens
After having my last rain jacket stolen out of my car right before a long river trip, I picked up a Precip on sale at the local outfitter. It was a good brand, waterproof, breathable, lightweight, and...

In Clothing - Raingear
April 29, 8:48pm

Snow Peak Trek 700
This was the first bit of gear that I bought in my lightweight conversion. Just under $30, plenty of capacity for solo camping (I never could finish a meal that filled it up),includes a lid that drai...

In Cookware - Titanium
April 29, 8:04pm