es, he says that at the very start. He's pulled everything in the video out of the trash or off the street except the lighter which cost him once dollar.
I'm pretty sure he says this is what YOU
can put together for $1..I hope you're searching the same trash cans
If you have to buy the stuff, it'll probably cost ya a twenty..
If I recall..the can was a tin one with a bottom seam..I've seen better ones made out of aluminum with the rounded bottom,probably hold up better as a pot and heat faster.I have one somewhere but don't recall what product it was..
here's one like mine:http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-LUXOR-P ... 0627897958
But it only holds a maximum of 10oz of water to the rim of the lower half.I used to use it for coffee for day trips with a small stove,windscreen,matches,striker patch, and 1 to 2oz bottle of heet inside..but since I have my stainless coffee presses now I don't really use it for that any more.For reference..the one in the auction is 4-5/8" high and 2-1/2" in diameter,overlap on the cap about 1/2".The cap can be used as a drinking cup(4oz)..and the container w/ cap weighs 40 grams.
One more interesting thing about the Luxor container..a person could
build a stove right into the lid portion of the pot using the lip that slides inside as the potstand..Hmm..maybe a small silicone lid for the pot that rolls inside with the other stuff..
..yeah..i've thought about it..or just a starlyte stove or something..Hmm..I just discovered a fancy feast can fits inside the cap like a glove except for the rim...