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Re: the honey stove

Posted: Fri Nov 14, 2008 11:04 pm
by irrationalsolutions
which woodburning stove do you sell?

Re: the honey stove

Posted: Fri Nov 14, 2008 11:36 pm
by DarenN
irrationalsolutions wrote:which woodburning stove do you sell?


see this thread. viewtopic.php?f=39&t=578


follow the link to west coast paddler for more info.

http://www.westcoastpaddler.com/communi ... php?t=1041

Daren........

ps: i posted it in the stove of the month club for the month for woodstoves. it was deemed too heavey.

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Re: the honey stove

Posted: Fri Nov 14, 2008 11:40 pm
by zelph
DarenN wrote:having watched the video, and being a seller of a woodburning stove, i think i will just keep quiet about this honeypot stove.

Daren......


Keep quiet??????? what you talkin about!!!!!!!! :cry:

Re: the honey stove

Posted: Fri Nov 14, 2008 11:42 pm
by DarenN
zelph wrote:
DarenN wrote:having watched the video, and being a seller of a woodburning stove, i think i will just keep quiet about this honeypot stove.

Daren......


Keep quiet??????? what you talkin about!!!!!!!! :cry:


anything i say about it will be assumed to be that i'm just slagging the stove cause it competes with mine.

Daren........

Re: the honey stove

Posted: Fri Nov 14, 2008 11:43 pm
by zelph
DarenN wrote:
zelph wrote:
DarenN wrote:having watched the video, and being a seller of a woodburning stove, i think i will just keep quiet about this honeypot stove.

Daren......


Keep quiet??????? what you talkin about!!!!!!!! :cry:


anything i say about it will be assumed to be that i'm just slagging the stove cause it competes with mine.

Daren........


Say some good things about it. Can it be used as a step stool? :mrgreen:

Re: the honey stove

Posted: Fri Nov 14, 2008 11:46 pm
by DarenN
zelph wrote:Say some good things about it. Can it be used as a step stool? :mrgreen:


it can be used as a signal mirror.
at least until after the first time you fire it. ;)

Daren......

Re: the honey stove

Posted: Fri Nov 14, 2008 11:49 pm
by irrationalsolutions
DarenN,
i wouldn't take it that way. you seem to be very knowledgable and i tend to value your opinion. i was actually looking forward to what you had to say.

Re: the honey stove

Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 12:04 am
by DarenN
irrationalsolutions wrote:DarenN,
i wouldn't take it that way. you seem to be very knowledgable and i tend to value your opinion. i was actually looking forward to what you had to say.


i'm gonna sleep on it, and i might say something tomorrow.

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Re: the honey stove

Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 12:06 am
by irrationalsolutions
fair enough. :D

Re: the honey stove

Posted: Sun May 24, 2009 7:01 pm
by rik_uk3
The guy in the video is 'podcast Bob' who owns the company. He let me have the Mk1 version for testing and review, its OK, but nothing special and I found it very awkward to assemble, especially with cold fingers.

Like many of this type of small woodburner you seem to spend ages sitting there feeding it twigs. The Trangia burner works well of course, but I'd rather us a proper Trangia, nothing to stop you using the pots over an open fire if you don't want to use the alcohol unit. I did manage to mount an Optimus Nova burner in it though.