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Old 05-04-2012, 05:25 PM
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"The Heatstick from Danish company Heatgear attempts to give backpackers and military personnel a better alternative to the camping stove. Not only is it lightweight, but this flameless heat source can also cook while you hike."
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that is pretty cool! a little pricey for me though.
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Wow, this is making the rounds today.

So after you pull that humongus thing out of what is really the size of a nalgene bottle, how much water have you actually heated? That thing looks like it takes up 1/3 the volume of the bottle.
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According to heatgear it only take up 3.40 fl. oz.

HEATSTICK’s integrated dual use system lets you both hold and heat the water in the same container. HEATSTICK only fills approximately 0.1 liter (3.40 fl. oz.) of space inside the water container.

http://heatgear.dk/heatstick/
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Heatgear lists the retail price at 2,379 Danish kroners, which translates to about US $460 today.
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