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Reggie Garrett
(regarrett) - M

Locale: Lost in the mountains
Stove video on 03/05/2013 19:52:03 MST Print View

I'd like to see that video, too.

David Gardner
(GearMaker) - M

Locale: Northern California
Re: Re: Re: Stove on 03/05/2013 19:52:55 MST Print View

Justin,

That would be incredibly cool and helpful. Thanks man! I'm in the process of moving and everything is kind of crazy around here right now.

Thanks again,

David

Justin Baker
(justin_baker) - F

Locale: Santa Rosa, CA
Stove Video on 03/06/2013 17:57:24 MST Print View

I put together a quick video of setting it up and lighting it. Hopefully it can help you all get a better look at it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vf8GGJ-ztjQ

David, is there anything you want me to add to the video description?

Edited by justin_baker on 03/06/2013 17:57:54 MST.

Link .
(annapurna) - MLife
Re: Stove Video on 03/06/2013 18:08:54 MST Print View

hyper link to video.

David Gardner
(GearMaker) - M

Locale: Northern California
Re: Stove Video on 03/06/2013 18:12:12 MST Print View

Hey Justin, thanks a million. Nice quick demonstration.

One thing to note, you're using the stakes for alcohol burning in "wind stable" and "Esbit burning" mode. Normally when burning alcohol the can pot sits directly on the center pedestal of the stove (see picture below), unless the wind is blowing so hard that it pushes the windscreen around. Then you would use the stakes so the weight of the pot keeps everything in place. Also when burning Esbits one removes the alcohol stove and the can pot rests on the stakes.

Thanks again, you're way ahead of me on producing YouTube videos.alcohol mode

Justin Baker
(justin_baker) - F

Locale: Santa Rosa, CA
Re: Re: Stove Video on 03/06/2013 18:16:31 MST Print View

Ah man, I knew I was doing something wrong. The flame was burning out a little too fast. I have been using it lately as a wood stove and it's worked great for that.