Hi, cool fuel container
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Ben Figula
(cbjfig)
Hi, cool fuel container on 01/23/2012 17:57:23 MST Print View

I just recently joined this forum/community and am already overwhelemed with ideas and projects, and for that I thank you all. I made a zen stove about five years ago and after finding this site decided to make a few more. Nothing special but what I wanted to share (not sure if this is the correct thread) is my new fuel bottle.
flask
It is a "disposable flask". They hold 7.5-8oz each depending on brand and weigh a touch under an ounce when empty. Sorry the weight isnt more precise but I only have a cheapo scale. I like the fact that they can bend/conform, and the size diminishes after each use as opposed to a hard shell container. They are pretty cheap as well, around $3 each

Thanks for listening, and providing an enormous wealth of information.

Cheers Ben

John Nausieda
(Meander) - MLife

Locale: PNW
Hi, cool fuel container on 01/23/2012 18:27:17 MST Print View

Where did you get it?Any shipping cost? Are you sure it doesn't leak-many do. What kind of fuel or ?? are you carrying?It may be unsafe for white gas. How hard is it to puncture? If you sit on it will it burst?

''V'' (veylupek)
(CzechClown) - MLife

Locale: JMT/PCT
The Original Disposable Flaskā„¢ on 01/23/2012 18:43:48 MST Print View

I'm going to order a Transparent Flask Design and try it out.


The Original Disposable Flask

Edited by CzechClown on 01/23/2012 18:56:16 MST.

Jason G
(JasonG) - F

Locale: iceberg lake
juice, sauce on 01/23/2012 18:46:13 MST Print View

you can get these from any grocery store. juice or apple/banana/fruit sauce come in em..

Don Meredith
(donmeredith) - F

Locale: SouthEast
Original Disposable Flask on 01/23/2012 18:48:00 MST Print View

More details here:

The Original Disposable Flask

Don Meredith
lightpack.blogspot.com

Ben Figula
(cbjfig)
re: flask on 01/23/2012 19:25:19 MST Print View

I have used one for over a year for its intended purpose and have never had a leak(more than can be said for my metal flask) There are curently severaly manufactureers available.

John Nausieda
(Meander) - MLife

Locale: PNW
Hi, cool fuel container on 01/23/2012 19:29:11 MST Print View

Absent any road tests for things you don't drink you may be better off with recycling a boxed wine bladder . $3 for this thing is expensive compared to a real Nalgene flexible which at about $9 is at least bulletproof at 3 times the price and works well with a Steripen.

todd harper
(funnymoney) - MLife

Locale: Sunshine State
Re: Hi, cool fuel container on 01/23/2012 19:33:37 MST Print View

Thanks for sharing!

I like the small size, and it can flex to desired shape in the cookpot. Cool.

Kevin Beeden
(captain_paranoia) - F

Locale: UK
free ones... on 01/24/2012 11:15:03 MST Print View

Some examples of these pouches for drinks/food use were posted on the OM Meths Burner Q&A thread.

I'd collected a few, but they felt just a bit too vulnerable for my liking, and the narrow nozzle meant refilling was tricky.

Keith Craigs
(KeithCraigs) - F
GoGo squeeze on 01/24/2012 13:54:36 MST Print View

as Jason said : I've used these -
gogo
much cheaper than $3 each even when filled with applesauce