Vargo Vr301 Attrezzi da Cucina, Unisex – Adulto, Multicolore, Taglia Unica
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- Attrezzi da cucina
- Retrattili e appoggi di pentola
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Misura 0 cm 9.3 x 3 cm. Retrattili e appoggi di pentola. Design ultra compatto. Facilità di manutenzione. Prestazioni affidabili. Costruzione di titanio solido. Peso: 1 oncia appendere confezionati. Clicca qui per visualizzare il video
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1) I had feared my Snow Peak 600 mug would not fit securely, however, the upper supports on the unit I received were fully locked in to place in the near vertical position, (unlike the picture with a wider deployment) narrowing the contact circle and allowing the mug to properly fit on the flat bottom surface without having to balance on the mug's rounded corners.
2) The foldable supports are stiff, allowing for some adjustment in how far out you wish to fold them
3) I used a bottle cap as a priming pan under the stove. I found that it only takes enough fuel to barely cover the bottom of the cap (just a few drops worth) and the stove reliably blooms within 30 seconds. This cap can also bloom the stove when the stove is not filled to capacity (nothing to light on stove top). Be careful not to overfill the cap when using this technique - you can get too much of a good thing. To re-warm coffee, put the cap on top of the stove with a little alcohol in it.
4) Roiling boil in Olicamp XTS 1L pot: 1L=13 minutes, 2 cups = 7 minutes. I found that the Heat Exchanger on this pot gave a 1.5 minute faster boil than an alternative aluminum pot with a wider base (when boiling 2 cups).
5) Frying: using a homemade frying pan made from a cookie sheet, pancakes came out near perfect, tortillas were a little burnt if I didn't lift the pan off the stand.
5) Dont expect this stove to materially outperform your soda can/cat can stove. I found the premium worthwhile for a durable titanium work of art with a more stable design (three points of contact is more stable on uneaven surfaces: this stove feels more than my homemade can stove)
6) I used a taller windscreen that is typically pictured with this stove (reaches top of pot) and removed panels for perfect tight/close fit. In addition, I used it upside down so the breathing vents were on the top, making for a tighter wind seal on the bottom. The stove had no problem breathing and performed very well this way.
Its very rare that I give 5 stars - I suspect negative reviewers would have rated higher had they applied these experiences.
I purch'd this Triad Stove because I don't own a dremel and was unsure as exactly how to construct the popular and ubiquitous "Coke-Can Penny Stove" (aka, Jet-Stove).
Well, now that I can see that a knife, and awl, and a push-pin could have accomlished the same thing, for less than a buck, I wish I had applied these funds toward an Emberlit Titanum Wood-Stove, and used a home-built penny stove, in conjunction with the Emberlit, whenever alchohol fuel is called-for (burn-bans and park rules).
The legs (and pot-stand extensions)on this stove *can* be useful (provide added utility, to be fair) but I find that they do not support my vessels (i.e. Kleen Kanteen 40 oz., etc.) with the required stability (but it can be done ... precariously).
All that said ... This burner DOES perform well, even with 90% (plus) rubbing alchoohol, but works perfectly with the recommended denatured alchohol (SLX or HEET) ... Enough burn-time for a liter-boil, with an improvised wind-screen.
it will work with my (round form) Esbit Integrated Cookset System (as an alternative, to Esbit fuel or wood) and will also work in conjunction with my Swiss Ranger Volcano (wood-burning) cook-system.
But, an aluminum soda-can penny burner will do all that, at least as well, for no money and with no appreciable weight-penalty.
This Triad stove is also better than it's "big brother" (The "EX") ... better burn-time and faster boil, according to one YT test and review so ... get THIS one, rather than the "EX", if you want one of these.
This little burner is VERY light-weight (less than one ounce?) ... VERY compact (smaller diameter than a coke can ... pretty sure ... certainly not bigger) ... and is VERY expensive ... like ~$30 ?! (Yikes!).
But, hey, it is lighter and more compact than any other boil-option and the design is as optimized as it really can possibly be (without being any larger or heavier) ... and, it really is VERY well constructed (however sinple) ... The main body would surely survive being stepped on, by a 250 Lb man, but the leggs and pot-stand prolly would not (no great loss, there) ... just the same ... It will hold a stainless-steel Goyot Designs 1 liter bottle, filled to the brim, and boil it, with one fill of de-natured alchohol (if you block the wind) without any issues ... even on a fairly cold day.
My EDC is a Maxpedition Sabercat Waist Pack that is loaded, to the gills and my Esbit Cook-Set, with this burner, nested inside, is part of my "light-mission" load-out ... my 72 hour boil kit. It will do "that" well.