Thanks for that offer. My cone pan is the AntiGravityGear 710 ml, 5" dia. x 2.6" high, 3.8 oz with lid, and the cone for this fits into the ziploc almost perfectly ( it is maybe 1mm too high, and after suffering crinkly edges I cut 1 mm off the cone) . Excuse the mix of units! I could save weight by going to a smaller pot - something I will have to think about if getting the Ti-Tri, but I like the slightly oversize of this pan, I can mix 500ml of porridge with milk and sugar too (600 kcals the way I make it !) , and can easily stir food. That pan is also good for not having fixed handles, so no burnt fingers with the Ti- Tri.
I really enjoyed using the Bushbuddy on the JMT last year. You're right, there is definitely something elemental within us encouraging us to walk, and make fire. The inside diameter of the fire chamber is only 3.7", and this must be less than an Inferno chamber, hence using less wood. Not a problem in dense woodland, but some places I brewed up only had a small pine shrub or two, and I was glad I only needed a handful of twigs. I arrived at Reds at dusk, and was able to brew up with a few scraps from the dirt at my feet. When it comes to carrying your wood fuel, then the less required the better. Also the pot stand is perfect for solid fuel (I backed up with half an ounce of solid fuel a day for those frosty dawn starts with luxury tea in bed first); a 12-10 stove will fit inside too for carrying, but would need a separate pot stand. Haven't figured that one out yet.
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