Hey all,I bought a Ti bushbuddy a few years ago and still haven't used it. I fired it up in my yard a couple of time but haven't taken it on a trip, so I'm going to part with it.$70 plus shipping.maurer at earthlink dot netMike
Bush Buddy sold in 5 minutes - already gone.
Just a Fyi:The standard commercial Bushbuddys are not made from titanium ... they are made from stainless sheet metal.It is a great wood stove regardless.
Thank you for bringing that to my attention. I did not realize that and it is a bummer. Nearly half-off the titanium version was just too good to be true for BPL gear swap. I'm still pretty happy with the purchase though as I wasn't planning on using it for anything too weight intensive.
It is still a great deal, and 5.1 oz (listed wgt for the Ultra model) is also good because theoretically you don't have to carry any fuel (although I find myself picking up the "perfect" tender and/or kindling when I pass it on the way to my camp destination ... YMMV)
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