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Michael Meiser (mmeiser) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Michigan
About Me mostly into ultralight bike touring. Backpackinglight is my inspiration though.

my oft updated photo stream: http://flickr.com/photos/mmeiser2
my sometimes updated blog: http://blog.mmeiser.com/

my pet project as of late: http://www.flickr.com/groups/ultralightbiking/
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All Forum Posts by Michael Meiser

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second container, frying tin?
Kevin Beeden (captain_paranoia) said: "I sometimes use a generic, small, shallow, non-stick aluminium baking tin as a fry pan (it's probably a biscuit/cookie tin: 192mm diameter, 22m de...

In Make Your Own Gear » Kmart Grease Pot tips and mods?
January 28, 12:44pm

Re: yep
@Javan Dempsey (jdempsey): You said: "These things are famous on other forums." May I ask what other forums? I'm interested in mining those other discussions for ideas.

In Make Your Own Gear » Kmart Grease Pot tips and mods?
January 28, 2:52am

Re: brainstorming frying pans
@Johann kuester (whirlpool): What is this alternative you speak of with the recessed frying pan id? Can you post some pics? == absurd brainstorms == I've been sort of brainstorming some ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Kmart Grease Pot tips and mods?
January 28, 2:50am

Re: thermal sieve... (using reflectix)
@Kevin Beeden (captain_paranoia): Reflectix in top of lid. Better even be a better idea then aluminum foil. I like it. I'd leave a tab or corner sticking up so it could easily be pulle...

In Make Your Own Gear » Kmart Grease Pot tips and mods?
January 28, 2:11am

One Egg Wonder handle alternatives?
Anyone have any idea how heavy the one egg wonder is without the handle? Also has anyone tried crafting an alternative handle? Seems like you could replace the handle with a old school rivete...

In GEAR » Fry Pan?
January 27, 11:02am

Re: Re: Re: Multi-use photo thread
scented kerosene. Amazing. Maybe brilliant. How well does it work?? Are there any negatives? I assume the fumes are safe enough to be working over the stove? Doesn't produce any smoke or ...

In Multiple Use Gear » Multi-use photo thread
January 27, 4:19am

Re: re: rain "leggings"
@Brian Lewis (brianle): thanks for the response on the rain leggings thing. Hadn't thought about making them tuck into the waste band. Probably much better then what I had in mind. Since I just...

In GEAR » Another Rain Gear Thread
January 26, 7:59pm

Kmart Grease Pot tips and mods?
I saw no thread dedicated exclusively to the amazingness that is the Kmart grease pot. So here one is. Ode to you almighty Kmart grease pot. Please post your tips and mods inspired by it&...

In Make Your Own Gear » Kmart Grease Pot tips and mods?
January 26, 6:53pm

Re: fire mug
That's pretty amazing dude. I think I have this same mug too. It's not going to insulate to well when your done though. :)

In Multiple Use Gear » Bushbuddy Ultra & Open Jet Alcohol Stove (versatile system?)
January 26, 6:27pm

Re: woodburning stove
I like it. It is perfect as an original conception. I assume it packs like a dream and is fun to put together. That said have you checked out the Nimble Will Nomad stove? I notice your con...

In Make Your Own Gear » woodburning stove
January 26, 8:41am

All Reader Reviews by Michael Meiser

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MSR Dragonfly Multi-fuel
I've had a Dragonfly for going on three years now. It's shortcomings are its weight and it's largish pack size. Most of the time I do use a .25oz supercat or pressurized side jet alc...

In Stoves - White Gas
February 28, 4:04pm

Light My Fire Spork
I love hate this thing. This is to say I loved to use it right up to the point where it snapped in two. I love the design with the spoon at one end and the fork at the other. I find other sporks de...

In Cookware - Other
June 26, 9:49am