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Stuart R (Scunnered) - BPL Forum Member

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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: The Big Four for cold sleepers
If you're cold at night, I would say that the most warmth per weight is a good down sleeping bag. However, here's an alternative suggestion: The more people in a tent, the warmer it is....

In GEAR » The Big Four for cold sleepers
March 07, 2:41pm

Re: boots and crampons
>> Remember what the old Scotsman said about the three forms of glissade. They are: The standing, the sedentary, and the involuntary, normally done in that order :-) very good Flexible ...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Light boot for steep snow on Whitney?
March 01, 3:20pm

Re: V. specific stove pot combo Q.
Hi Andy I have a AGG 3-cup (0.75l) 'anodised' pot and that too slides around on a Pocket Rocket. Unfortunately I don't have a Vargo Jet-Ti to compare with but it looks a decent stove...

In GEAR » V. specific stove pot combo Q.
February 26, 7:50am

Re: Re: Canister Fuel Ratios
Hi Roger Your graph shows more mixtures than mine, but it is still reassuring to find some common data points: Both graphs show the boiling point of 70/30 Coleman and MSR 80/20 IsoPro to be clo...

In GEAR » Canister Fuel Ratios
February 25, 4:59am

Re: Canister Fuel Ratios
Well I can tell you that the fuel ratio varies in different parts of the world. Here in Euroland, we have Coleman - 70%, 0%, 30% Primus - 50%, 25%, 25% Here is a graph I made which shows the b...

In GEAR » Canister Fuel Ratios
February 25, 2:20am

Re: Vaude Power Lizard 2 person 2.2lb double wall tent
Interesting, looks a bit like a Terra Nova Laser. More info here: I have 2 Vaude tents and the design and build quality are excellent.

In GEAR » Vaude 2 person 2.2lb double wall tent
February 24, 3:48am

Re: what's the verdict Roger
A gas canister (any type) will benefit from a cosy only _whilst_ its contents are warmer than the ambient temp. So, a pre-warmed inverted canister will benefit: there is no evaporative cooling a...

In GEAR » Any advantage to using cozy for butane/propane stove canister?
February 23, 1:51am

Re: Douglas Adams tent
Yup, thats a Vango Force Ten mk1. They don't make that model any more, but you can still buy the mk3, mk4 and mk5 Utterly bomb-proof with a weig...

In GEAR » Shelter Nostalgia
February 22, 9:45am

Re: Powermax Adapter -- Cold Wx Experience?
>Is there any drop off in performance in very cold wx in using the standard canisters vs the Powermax canisters? Since both are being used to provde a liquid feed, there will be no drop off i...

In GEAR » Lightest winter stove base material
February 20, 2:35pm

What's the next big thing in headlamps?
I couldn't find what I wanted a couple of years ago, so I was forced to make my own. I don't think much has changed since. 1 Watt regulated LED, single AA Lithium or NiMH, light weight (75...

In GEAR » What's the next big thing in headlamps?
February 08, 1:32pm

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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