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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Traded in the old solid fuel stove for a very cool Trangia alcohol stove. About 20 bucks delivered. Using 3 ounce of alcohol, I boiled 2 quarts of water in 15:45, then simmered it at a rolling boil for another 50 minutes. And it only weigh a few grams. I can recommend the "wilderness"...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Like a lot of you, I have several options for cooking should things go strange, but the other day I was testing my dual fuel (white gas & unleaded gasoline) coleman stove inside of my shed. While it works great, I'm pretty sure it produces carbon monoxide as a byproduct and they suggest it only...
  3. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    if you don't know about it, a whole lot of excellent information on small light stoves, alcohol stoves, solid fuel, solar, and others. the site has info including how to make your own, pros and cons of different stoves, all sorts of options, the site has plans and diagrams and is pretty useful...
  4. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Anyone got any advice for me on a Coleman Model 533 Multi-Fuel stove? Coleman 1-Burner Dual Fuel Sporter II Liquid Fuel Stove: Sports & Outdoors I bought this apparent piece of junk about a month ago and have experimented with it twice, getting the same results: Fuel it up, pump...
  5. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    this is my first attempt
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I was wondering what everyone's experiences have been with fuels for coke can, or other multi fuel stoves. I have read that many people have been using HEET. How much cooking time would a standard 12 oz bottle provide? Would another commonly found fuel work better? Any input would be great. Thanks
  7. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Thanks to, I had the chance to look at the Vargo Titanium Triad Alcohol Stove and Vargo Titanium Sierra 750 Cup. Overall, I thought it was a pretty good combination. The stove is super lightweight, weighing only about 1 ounce. Here are some of the specs. • Weight: 1.0 oz. (28...
  8. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    What do y'all prefer? Lugging a gallong of coleman fuel with you for your lantern/stove/etc. or the small jugs of propane? I'm still using coleman fuel but wondering if there is any benefit to switching over. I would imagine I can store more energy in containers of fuel in less space than...
  9. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I found this today, its probably the best can stove Ive ever seen. I am thinking about trying to build one myself. Obviously they ear incredibly light and its what the guy on youtube used cooking in the green bucket
  10. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    This looks cool. Any experiences?
  11. Urban Survival
    for those who missed the posts on Pepsi Can low pressure alcohol stoves.
  12. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have all kinds of cookstoves,...from antiques to modern. But when I saw this one, I had to give it a try. It is constucted out of two soda cans, or in my case beer cans.:D Total weight,...less than an ounce. With 2 oz of 70% isopropyl alcohol I was able to bring 2 cups of cold water to a boil...
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