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Freeze indicator
Kenneth, I'd almost certainly buy one if I could see a photo of their size and photos showing the basic principle of their operation. It sounds like a good idea to me.

In GEAR » Sawyer Filter Freeze Indicator
February 26, 5:58pm

Thanks to Greg and Chris for the correction about hexane. I work around hazardous chemicals all the time and I'm used to respirators, bunny suits, fume hoods, etc. Just today in the lab I spent...

In Make Your Own Gear » Newbie Seam Sealing my Moment DW
February 11, 10:41pm

I thought I'd mention that hexane works better for thinning silicone than any other solvent I've tried. It works fast and produces a real solution, not just an emulsion. It even dissolves h...

In Make Your Own Gear » Newbie Seam Sealing my Moment DW
February 08, 8:03am

Scott, it seems that your Luke's Ultralight link leads to this thread. The Borah vest is the lightest, as you mentioned, but it also lacks a collar. I find that a collar has a big effect on...

In GEAR » Best Down Vest between Borah Gear Ultralight Down Vest, Luke;s Ultralight Down Vest, BRG Down Vest
January 22, 3:23am

Shapeways prototyping
Liang, for any of us who are not familiar with contract design and 3D printing of prototypes, could you explain a little more about the process? Did Shapeways render that image of your "quiet ...

In Make Your Own Gear » 3d printed quite cap?
December 23, 4:45pm

Bill, you make a very good point about keeping fingers out of the mouth while brushing. That occurred to me recently, too. I have a tiny brush and I'm considering getting one with a longer handle.

In Make Your Own Gear » Dropping Weight From Your Dental Kit - Ideas Shared
November 21, 1:40pm

Dan, I would agree that the hot air will tend to cling to the pot as it rises. But even a gentle breeze will blow that column of air away from the sides of the pot. When I have boiled water without...

In Make Your Own Gear » Can a plain cylindrical windscreen be the pot support?
November 19, 5:34pm

Jamie, that jacket looks great. As others have said, the ratio of fill weight to total weight is very impressive. Nice work.

In Make Your Own Gear » M50 Down Max Pullover
November 17, 9:46pm

sleeping pads
"In summer or warm months it helps to moderate the temp between your body and the ground." Kevin, do you mean that the mat not only keeps you warm on cold ground but would also keep yo...

In GEAR » Results of comparing r-value, cost and weight to Downmat vs. Synmat
November 14, 12:50pm

I think "stove" might be a misnomer. This appears to be a campfire flue. The fire is on the ground and this flue goes over it. I think it is a clever design that could be useful in some s...

In GEAR » Seek Outside 'big sibling' hot tent wood stove
November 14, 11:34am

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