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Stuart Gregory
(Shuttleworth) - F
Gas Stove stand / steady on 05/16/2008 14:56:21 MDT Print View

Hi, My first post here. Just thought I'd share an idea I've come up with to stabilise gas canister mounted stoves. Have a look at my video on YouTube:


chris Mcfarland

Locale: baba yaga's porch
Gas Stove stand / steady on 05/16/2008 21:19:33 MDT Print View

very cool!!
its almost not piece of gear so much as a technique.

Rick Dickinson
(coyotebum) - F

Locale: Southwest Virginia
Stealing that! on 05/17/2008 05:55:14 MDT Print View

Thanks for the tip. Excellent.

Stuart Gregory
(Shuttleworth) - F
Gas stove stand / steady on 05/17/2008 10:20:15 MDT Print View

Cheers, I was originally trying to come up with something I could perhaps sell, but it ended up being so simple it seemed silly to keep it to myself, and I'd not heard of it being done before.

Edited by Shuttleworth on 05/17/2008 10:20:49 MDT.

Peter Atkinson
(sewing_machine) - MLife

Locale: Yorkshire, England
genius... on 05/18/2008 14:29:22 MDT Print View


ski maxpower
(Skimaxpower) - F
work with shock cord? on 05/18/2008 15:15:25 MDT Print View

I wonder if this would work better/worse with elastic shock-cord instead of nylon cord?

Very clever technique.

Stuart Gregory
(Shuttleworth) - F
work with shock cord? on 05/18/2008 15:56:49 MDT Print View

I think it could be an improvement. I showed it to a friend a while ago and he made one with shock cord. If you get the lenghts right it can fit over a bigger range of canister sizes, and isn't a lot less stable.
It can also be used in conjunction with the bases sold by MSR, Jetboil etc.