FS: Titanium pots and cups
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Dale Wambaugh
(dwambaugh) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
FS: Titanium pots and cups--sold on 07/30/2006 09:04:53 MDT Print View

All sold. Thanks.

Edited by dwambaugh on 08/04/2006 19:48:58 MDT.

Rod Lawlor
(Rod_Lawlor) - MLife

Locale: Australia
Re: FS: Titanium pots and cups on 07/30/2006 20:41:12 MDT Print View

Dale, I'd love to take the Evernew 400 off your hands.
USPS to Australia is $9.50 up to 8oz, and $11.50 9-15oz.
I'm happy to Paypal or money order.

(Also sent this to your email)

Rod

Dale Wambaugh
(dwambaugh) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: Re: FS: Titanium pots and cups on 07/30/2006 21:37:07 MDT Print View

Sorry, but I'll stick to US only for now.

Tom Clark
(TomClark) - MLife

Locale: East Coast
Re: FS: Titanium pots and cups on 08/02/2006 18:41:31 MDT Print View

I'm interested in teh MSR Titan Kettle. Three questions:
1. My 0.7 L Snow Peak pot has a smaller diameter, so the flames from my Pepsi can stove tend to go up the sides. Does this pot seem wide enough to make it much more efficient?
2. Are there volume markings on the inside?
3. How much for the kettle?

Tom

John Chan
(ouroboros)
MSR titan kettle. on 08/02/2006 19:19:46 MDT Print View

I've had great luck using this bit of kit with a energy drink can stove. I think it will work with the Pepsi can stove but there might be some side flames.

Dale Wambaugh
(dwambaugh) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: FS: MSR Ti Kettle on 08/02/2006 22:06:12 MDT Print View

$25 for the kettle, plus $2.50 postage.

The outside diameter is 4.5" and it is 3.5" tall. I can't tell you how it works with the pop can stove-- perhaps others relate their experiences. I used it with the Coleman F1 butane stove and it was perfect. There are no volume markings.

Edited by dwambaugh on 08/03/2006 07:12:14 MDT.

Tom Clark
(TomClark) - MLife

Locale: East Coast
Re: Re: FS: MST Ti Kettle on 08/03/2006 06:03:03 MDT Print View

Dale,
That sounds fine, I'll take the MSR Kettle. How do you want to work this?
Tom

Tom Clark
(TomClark) - MLife

Locale: East Coast
Re: MSR titan kettle. on 08/03/2006 06:14:40 MDT Print View

John,
Thanks for the input. Between better efficiency and more volume vs. my 700 ml pot, this kettle seems like a good option now that my kids are going out with me sometimes.

I tried the Minibull stove from energy drink cans that used the priming cup, but never had good luck with getting it to catch. It doesn't seem to be on his website anymore. I've seen the discussions that mention the need for longer priming, but it was starting to really eat into the fuel consumption and was basically just a pain.
Tom

Dale Wambaugh
(dwambaugh) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: FS: MSR Ti Kettle on 08/03/2006 07:10:56 MDT Print View

Please email dwambaugh at yahoo dot com. Thanks!

Edited by dwambaugh on 08/03/2006 07:13:00 MDT.