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Wanted to Buy-MSR Titanium Fuel Bottles
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(ofelas) - F

Locale: On the Edge
Wanted to Buy-MSR Titanium Fuel Bottles on 09/15/2007 00:40:58 MDT Print View

Title says it all; any capacity is OK.
PM or email me if you have one!

Edited by ofelas on 10/01/2007 12:23:16 MDT.

(ofelas) - F

Locale: On the Edge
Anyone have one for sale? Thx! on 09/28/2007 19:56:46 MDT Print View

Mike Barney
(eaglemb) - F

Locale: AZ, the Great Southwest!
Titanum Fuel Bottles on 09/28/2007 20:21:27 MDT Print View

Every now and then they show up on ebay, and usually go for a pretty hefty premium....

Good luck,

Linsey Budden

Locale: pugetropolis
RE:...Titanium Fuel Bottles on 09/29/2007 18:32:11 MDT Print View

PM sent

Edited by lollygag on 09/29/2007 18:38:18 MDT.

(ofelas) - F

Locale: On the Edge
Managed to get a couple on 10/11/2007 13:22:46 MDT Print View

Thanks to Linsey's help...managed to get a couple...thanks there Lin!!
Shown here with the rest of my backcountry kitchen.
Backcountry Kitchen

Patrick Browning
(optimator) - F
Managed to get a couple on 10/11/2007 14:02:35 MDT Print View

Where'd you get that spoon?

John Haley
(Quoddy) - F

Locale: New York/Vermont Border
Re: RE:...Titanium Fuel Bottles on 10/11/2007 14:11:08 MDT Print View

Seeing the Ti fuel bottles next to the SVEA123 just struck me as a contradiction. I have that stove and although it's a real workhorse have never carried it with my UL gear. I do spend spare time polishing it, though. OK... I guess it's not all that heavy.

Edited by Quoddy on 10/11/2007 14:12:11 MDT.

Joshua Mitchell
(jdmitch) - F

Locale: Kansas
Re: Managed to get a couple - titanium fuel bottles on 10/11/2007 14:55:46 MDT Print View

Linsey / EC,

Where were you able to snag those from (I see they're factory sealed)? I'd be interested in grabbing one just for the cool factor...

Edited by jdmitch on 10/11/2007 14:56:23 MDT.

(ofelas) - F

Locale: On the Edge
Ti stuff on 10/11/2007 16:43:20 MDT Print View

optimator - that is a 12 year old Evernew spoon + fork set. I prefer it to the MSR utensils or that spork thing.

quoddy - yup, that Svea needs all the lightweight company it can get. These MSR Ti bottles are slightly lighter than similarly sized aluminum bottles, even the outstanding & now discontinued lined, alcohol safe Sigg fuel bottles which I retired after 15 years. Wouldn't think of using any other stove than the Svea though, dinosaur or not!

jdmitch - Linsey pointed me to the last bottles laying at back of a store in CA, I called them & bought 'em.

Edited by ofelas on 10/11/2007 19:00:47 MDT.

Michael Demchak
(mikey) - F

Locale: new england
i saw a couple at uncle johnnys this summer on 10/11/2007 16:51:35 MDT Print View

i stayed at uncle johnnys this summer (hostel/outfitter kinda) and he had some titanium fuel bottles if im not mistaken. you could check with him, though they are not cheap.

Sam .
(samurai) - F

Locale: NEPA
Re SVEA on 10/11/2007 21:01:20 MDT Print View

>"Wouldn't think of using any other stove than the Svea though, dinosaur or not!"

I too love my old SVEA. Just last week I broke it out of storage to try a new priming technique I'd read about. Turned it over, lit a good bit of alky in the bottom well to build up pressure, back over upright and lit it. Who would have thought that much flame could come out of ONE stove? Wish I had pictures! I may have a slight (read really big) packing leak ;-)

Edited by samurai on 10/12/2007 18:15:40 MDT.