DIY Camping Stove

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+10 1. woschman commented 10 years ago

I want to see it in use...
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+2 2. chadica commented 10 years ago

and.... we never see it actually run? cool though
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+3 3. Urihep commented 10 years ago

Last step is the most important: Completing!
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+12 4. mmmendal commented 10 years ago

#1 and #2 The description of the video has the link to the video where it is actually working.
But here it is again if you cannot see it:
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+8 5. sartre commented 10 years ago

I looked at it in action (just under the description #1 and #2).

It looks great. But... it seems likes a lot of work and requires a lot of equipment to make. Each step carries a risk of getting something wrong. What's wrong with the old fashioned campfire cooking techniques?
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+1 6. krillemaster commented 10 years ago

i need to build one!
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+4 7. Spenzord commented 10 years ago

This is just a blasé penny stove and alot harder to make in my opnion
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-2 8. DarkRaf commented 10 years ago

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+2 9. jojowhizz commented 10 years ago

just buy one . honestly mate . too much hassle
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+2 10. Thanos commented 10 years ago

One thing that, in my opinion, wouldn't be all that difficult to include in this design: some "mechanism" (could be in it's simplest form - oxygen depriving cap) to put out the flames...

Of course, one could say that if we do some calculations (or at least an educated guess) in advance we can put there about the right amount to cook whatever we are planning without any fuel left over, but there are situations where termination of your cooking procedure is a consequence, which also entails loss of any fuel consumed until that point, so wasting any more than that is extremely undesirable...