Swiss Ranger Volcano cookset

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Swiss Ranger Volcano cookset

Post by Ridgerunner » Sat Jun 06, 2009 1:09 am

For anyone interested, I just got notification that Cheaper than Dirt just got these kits in for $6

http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/WX130-1.html
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Re: Swiss Ranger Volcano cookset

Post by zelph » Mon Jun 08, 2009 1:25 pm

Thanks for heads-up RR. There is a lot there for the money. Good deal!!!!
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Re: Swiss Ranger Volcano cookset

Post by hoz » Mon Jun 08, 2009 10:01 pm

those are neat little cooksets. Work great with a small alky stove too.

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Re: Swiss Ranger Volcano cookset

Post by irrationalsolutions » Mon Jun 08, 2009 11:59 pm

that does look like a good deal. i hate i cant jump on it but that site and my bank dont like each other. :( so they wont let me order anything else until i get it fixed and the bank says that it isnt a problem. its something about me moving and the new address not matching.
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Re: Swiss Ranger Volcano cookset

Post by Username75 » Sat Oct 10, 2009 3:22 am

I just got off an extended Hike down the andies with 2
Volcano 's They are a cheap mans Kelly Kettle.
they even burn grass.
they melt snow like a champ.
I used mine with a "Gram Weenie" alcohol stove, and tea lite candles,
twiggs.
I almost lost them at the tip of Chile getting on the boat
to come home on in my last day.
great cookset.

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Re: Swiss Ranger Volcano cookset

Post by Ridgerunner » Sat Oct 10, 2009 8:09 am

Username75 wrote:I just got off an extended Hike down the andies with 2
Volcano 's They are a cheap mans Kelly Kettle.
they even burn grass.
they melt snow like a champ.
I used mine with a "Gram Weenie" alcohol stove, and tea lite candles,
twiggs.
I almost lost them at the tip of Chile getting on the boat
to come home on in my last day.
great cookset.
I'm glad they worked out for you, do you have any pics from the trip of the stove in action? Sounds like a great adventure. How long were you gone?
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Re: Swiss Ranger Volcano cookset

Post by zelph » Sat Oct 10, 2009 11:50 am

I almost lost them at the tip of Chile getting on the boat
to come home on in my last day.
great cookset.
Glad for you that it didn't happen. Even if had, the price of a kit is low. There sure is alot of goods contained in the kit - pot - cup - windscreen and corked canteen. built to last a lifetime. Everything about it says "tough" "solid as a rock"
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Re: Swiss Ranger Volcano cookset

Post by realityguy » Sat Oct 10, 2009 12:10 pm

Did you notice that site has the trangia military sets for $9.95..with a burner?!..link at the bottom corner of that page. :o
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Re: Swiss Ranger Volcano cookset

Post by Username75 » Wed Oct 14, 2009 7:55 pm

Ridgerunner wrote:
Username75 wrote:I just got off an extended Hike down the andies with 2
Volcano 's They are a cheap mans Kelly Kettle.
they even burn grass.
they melt snow like a champ.
I used mine with a "Gram Weenie" alcohol stove, and tea lite candles,
twiggs.
I almost lost them at the tip of Chile getting on the boat
to come home on in my last day.
great cookset.
I'm glad they worked out for you, do you have any pics from the trip of the stove in action? Sounds like a great adventure. How long were you gone?

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Re: Swiss Ranger Volcano cookset

Post by Ridgerunner » Sat Oct 17, 2009 8:39 am

Username75 wrote:
Ridgerunner wrote:
Username75 wrote:I just got off an extended Hike down the andies with 2
Volcano 's They are a cheap mans Kelly Kettle.
they even burn grass.
they melt snow like a champ.
I used mine with a "Gram Weenie" alcohol stove, and tea lite candles,
twiggs.
I almost lost them at the tip of Chile getting on the boat
to come home on in my last day.
great cookset.
I'm glad they worked out for you, do you have any pics from the trip of the stove in action? Sounds like a great adventure. How long were you gone?
Could you repeat that post Username75? I could not quite make it out. :?
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