mini rocket stove( for backpackers )
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Tokyo Joe
(Tokyojoe) - F
mini rocket stove( for backpackers ) on 03/01/2012 22:58:58 MST Print View

Micro Rocket Stove For Backpackers.uses solid-fuel( Esbit ).
stove body:hight-110mm,width-57mm,max width-76mm( included burn-chamber ).
dry weight-145g
total weight-240g
included stove stand,windscreen,burner sheet,drink ring,MSR titan-cup( 400ml ) and lid.
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Here a link to more information about this stove(written in Japanese).
mini rocket stove( for backpackers )

K C
(KalebC) - F

Locale: South West
How fast on 03/01/2012 23:08:52 MST Print View

how fast is the boil? Let's say 16oz of H2o

Tokyo Joe
(Tokyojoe) - F
Water Boil Test on 03/09/2012 06:27:33 MST Print View

Hello KalebC,
>how fast is the boil? Let's say 16oz of H2o

Water Boil Test
test the boil time for 16oz( about 500ml ). of water on a Solid-fuel( Esbit ) Micro-size Rocket Stove.

room temperature: about 17C( 63F ).
starting temperature with 10C( 50F ).
about 10 minutes: 95C( 203F )boil.
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All the best!
Here a link to more information about this stove(written in Japanese).
how to build your own microsized rocket stove

Ken Thompson
(kthompson) - MLife

Locale: Behind the Redwood Curtain
Re: mini rocket stove( for backpackers ) on 03/09/2012 06:38:12 MST Print View

Seems like an awful lot of structure for an Esbit burner. What would be the advantages of this over a windscreen and a little three legged folding burner/pot support? Boil time is no improvement over one of those. Might take longer.

Sean Rhoades
(kingpin)

Locale: WV
Re: Re: mini rocket stove( for backpackers ) on 03/10/2012 21:10:23 MST Print View

But it looks so cool! I guess it burns wood too, but yea rather bulky.

Keith Bassett
(keith_bassett)

Locale: Pacific NW
That is awesome on 03/10/2012 22:59:30 MST Print View

That may not be more efficient in terms of time to boil, but does it use less fuel?

Regardless, that is excellent. I love your use of insulation to help raise the internal temperature of the flame and chimney.

Can you handle the outside of the stove when it is burning or is it too hot to touch?

VERY cool. Keep fiddling with it, it is a really fascinating idea.

Yohei Aoyagi
(zzz_bear) - MLife

Locale: Tokyo
Re: mini rocket stove( for backpackers ) on 03/15/2012 19:35:29 MDT Print View

Tokyo Joeさんこんにちは!
野外だと水平で硬い面がないので、安定性が厳しいように思いました。でも面白いと思います。

Hi Tokyo Joe,
I think need more stability. Because it's difficult to find flat hard place in the trail.
But your gear is interesting.

Edited by zzz_bear on 03/15/2012 19:50:26 MDT.

Tokyo Joe
(Tokyojoe) - F
Thanks for the comment on 03/17/2012 06:10:35 MDT Print View

Thanks for the comment,
Right.I agree with.
>use less fuel?
a little less.
>need more stability
you said it( まったくです...Mmm"merit and demerit")

and please look at this:
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and more...
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Best!

Rob E
(eatSleepFish)

Locale: Canada
impressive performance? on 03/17/2012 08:23:24 MDT Print View

This stove is using the 4 gram esbit cubes. The boil time for for 500ml of water with this stove is about the same as I get when using a 14gram esbit cube with my titanium caldera cone and 900ml pot. Isn't this pretty darn impressive performance? Especially considering that the 4 gram esbit strips have an advertised burn time of 5 minutes? Very cool.