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brent driggers
(cadyak) - MLife

Locale: southwest georgia
so many options, so little time on 03/19/2013 13:59:04 MDT Print View

The coffee can idea is a good one. You just need something to hold your pot 1-1/2"-2" above the top edge for the convection currents to be able to accelerate properly.

I make them out of Stainless steel, 100% fiddle free- extremely durable, the one below is 2.8 oz as shown.

Designed to fit a wide range of pots. (tall/skinny or short/wide) The larger the pot, the larger the firebox/stove. These stoves are designed to be lit from the top, thereby eliminating almost all smoke. I just used this very stove for a week long snow hike in the smokies as my primary cooking stove and rivaled the canisters at some meals due to the very cold weather. I was well pleased. I used my old Zelph Superstove for a few coffee brew ups but burned wood for all of my meals.




Roger Munsey
(8100LT) - MLife

Locale: Cincinnati, Ohio
+1 on the Titan-3 on 03/20/2013 13:54:48 MDT Print View

I have a number of wood stoves and just bought Dan's Titan-3. Besides the three fuel option convenience, I am very impressed with the wood burner performance. My Backcountry Boiler is prettier, but I think Dan hit a home run with this stove!