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Re: Re: Pot size for melting snow
"The MSR Heat Exchanger, however, doesn't work. At least that's what I've found in my field tests and also in those done by others. In these tests it was found to INCREASE boiling ...

In Winter Hiking » Pot size for melting snow
December 19, 5:22pm

prototype
Thanks for you optimism Neil. I will remember 'prototype'. It is all how you look at the issue isn't it? It looks like a 'prototype' to me, it does not look homemade.

In Make Your Own Gear » The Homemade look--Aargh!
November 30, 8:05am

sponge
Cut a kitchen sponge in half, it will help you mop up the condensation. Setting up in a breeze should also help. I never liked the idea of sleeping with a candle latern going. CO poisoning comes...

In GEAR » candle lantern vs. condensation?
October 27, 8:03am

Compass
The Brunton Model 54LU Combi might be worth looking at. I have used it at night. http://www.brunton.com/product.php?id=101 instructions at http://www.brunton.com/manuals/current/Compasses/54lu.pdf

In GEAR » Compass recommendation?
September 17, 7:01pm

Re: no pole tent and size
Instructions and plans for a "no pole tent" is in the book "How to make your own lightweight camping & Hiking Gear" by Vick Hines

In Make Your Own Gear » Now onto the tent
June 07, 7:57pm

Tool logic
What does the awl look like on the toollogic? Is it metal or plastic? thx

In Editor's Roundtable » Ultralight Knives and Other Sharp Things
June 02, 12:19pm

Re: RE: SwissCard
The SwissCards blade is comparable to the Classic's blade in strength. The tang goes about 1/2 inch into the plastic. I would only use it for light duty cutting, it would not stand up to abuse...

In Editor's Roundtable » Ultralight Knives and Other Sharp Things
June 01, 9:38pm

SwissCard
Here are the scissors. They weigh 0.2 oz on my scale.

In Editor's Roundtable » Ultralight Knives and Other Sharp Things
June 01, 3:44pm

Swisscard
Here is what the swisscard looks like

In Editor's Roundtable » Ultralight Knives and Other Sharp Things
June 01, 3:41pm

photo test
here

In User Test Forum » photo test
June 01, 3:31pm

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