87 grams (3,06 oz.) woodstove made by ikea "ordning" cutlery caddy. Pot is MSR titan kettle. Pictures says more than words:
Hello I like it! Jim
Timo, I dig that stove man.
Edited by getupandgo on 12/25/2009 16:47:12 MST.
I also like this.
Edited by kthompson on 12/25/2009 14:27:27 MST.
Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best, what a great idea. Well done.
Excellent work Timo! Nice and simple and storing it around the pot is slick too.What did you use to cut the metal?
Edited by holdfast on 12/26/2009 02:43:48 MST.
First i try saw, but i break my saw... Then i try garden scissors what work very well.
Very good idea, did you find the hooks also on Ikea? Will go there tomorrow.
The "hooks" are titanium tent stakes...
Great idea! I actually have one of those from Ikea - I use it to store utensils.
Totally sweet. A perfect example of the K.I.S.S. system. Cool.
Here are the dimensions of the caddy:Diameter: 4 3/4 "Height: 5 3/8 "Diameter: 12 cmHeight: 13.5 cm
Cool design Timo!
I test the ikea stove. Must make bigger holes. It is almost perfect, but it needs more air.
I copied your idea. Now I need to go test it out. My wife wondered what I was up too, when I asked her if she wanted to go to Ikea.
"It is almost perfect, but it needs more air"Perhaps, but to me it looks like it just needs a better pot support. If the pot was raised above the fuel 2-3" i think the results would be much better.-Tim
Here is a video of it on Youtube, in action.Instructions about this and experience reports are widely available on some German Outdoor Forums.
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