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Stuart R (Scunnered) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Scotland
About Me "When you can measure what you are speaking about, and express it in numbers, you know something about it; but when you cannot measure it, when you cannot express it in numbers, your knowledge is of a meagre and unsatisfactory kind; it may be the beginning of knowledge, but you have scarcely in your thoughts advanced to the state of science, whatever the matter may be."
Sir William Thomson (Lord Kelvin) 1883

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Re: Re: Re: Re: What's wrong with my Gnat?
Bob This stove is brand new, fresh out the box. There is no accumulated dirt and no obvious bits of swarf anywhere I can see.

In Editor's Roundtable » Monatauk Gnat Stove Review
August 18, 1:41am

Re: Re: What's wrong with my Gnat?
Bob The same canister wth a different stove is fine, so not fuel contamination. I took the burner apart to look inside. The burner is titanium with a fine mesh (presumably stainless steel) in...

In Editor's Roundtable » Monatauk Gnat Stove Review
August 17, 2:44pm

What's wrong with my Gnat?
When first lit, my Gnat burns a blue flame, but after 30 seconds it turns orange. Anyone else experience this? Does it matter?

In Editor's Roundtable » Monatauk Gnat Stove Review
August 17, 2:23pm

LPG is often a mixture of gasses, usually propane and butane. However, in some locations it means predominantly propane. [edited: somedays I learn something new]

In GEAR » Stove for winter camping.
August 16, 1:51am

Re: Interchangeable burner head
Thats really neat, I like it. It's always good to discover interchangeable components - did you measure the actual thread?

In GEAR » Interchangeable burner head
August 09, 5:44am

A short trip in the French Pyrenees
I made my first trip in the French Pyrenees in early July. I started in the Vallee d'Ossau in the evening and hiked up Val d'Arrious Looking back whence I had come, I had my first v...

In Post-Trip Reports » A short trip in the French Pyrenees
August 03, 3:32pm

Tick removal
"Ticks that are attached should be removed using fine tweezers, if available" It is important when removing the tick not to cause distress to the tick, otherwise it will regurgitate it...

In Editor's Roundtable » Lyme Disease: Challenging Old Stereotypes
July 16, 3:55am

Re: canister stoves in the snow
A full canister with at least 20% propane will work pretty well in the cold, easily down to 0F. However, this happy situation does not continue as the propane gets used up. Some information of m...

In Winter Hiking » canister stoves in the snow
June 29, 9:44am

Re: Darn odd-ball feet! Help!
I too have odd size feet and a sizeable heel spur (Haglunds) one one, BUT I also have a shorter leg. The small foot is on the short leg so MYOG insoles works for me. I use 1/8" cork tiles (us...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Darn odd-ball feet! Help!
June 08, 9:57am

Re: Re: Re: 3 days camping and a bit of a report.
> the Jetboil site claims 12L of water boiled per 100g canister This is physically possible: if the water starts at 25C the stove/pot would need a thermal efficiency of 82%. I have not made ...

In GEAR » Holy stove efficiency batman!!! Soto/Jetboil
June 01, 4:22am

All Reader Reviews by Stuart R

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Coleman Exponent Non-stick Cook Kit
At first glance this looks like just another anodised aluminium cook set, but on closer inspection you will find that these pots have a real standout feature. There is a spiral groove machined or stam...

In Cookware - Other
March 29, 12:43pm