Windscreen Pot Support

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Re: Windscreen Pot Support

Post by sudden » Tue Apr 17, 2012 9:11 am

zelph wrote:I did one test burn today using an aluminum flat bottom 2 cup capacity. I got the boil for 2 cups using 1/2 ounce of denatured alcohol. So I ordered parts to make up 20 units.

I don't know what to call it.

Windscreen Pot support with integrated pot :D

Foster Pot with integrated windscreen/pot support :D
It is a tough one to name. If you sell it as a system you could use your name recognition and just call it the zelph boil kit. As a separate unit you could call it the zelph wind stand.

edit: just thought of another version - The zelph winstand :mrgreen:
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Re: Windscreen Pot Support

Post by zelph » Tue Apr 17, 2012 9:26 am

:D I may have to use the name zelph in some manner for this one.

I'll incorporate some clever insulated means of picking up the windscreen/pot. My first thought is cork glued on with JB Weld.
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Re: Windscreen Pot Support

Post by ConnieD » Tue Apr 17, 2012 9:32 am

Since it is an integrated system, I think the name should include be Integrated System for the Foster can, or, similiar.

Is it an integrated system for one pot, one fuel, on stove? If not, then name it: Foster can, complete system from zelph

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Re: Windscreen Pot Support

Post by Ridgerunner » Tue Apr 17, 2012 10:31 am

"Pot in a box"
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Re: Windscreen Pot Support

Post by zelph » Wed Apr 18, 2012 10:08 pm

Pot in a box will get lots of attention for sure :mrgreen:

Many will think I'm sellin something to smoke. :mrgreen:

Connies ideas are good.
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Re: Windscreen Pot Support

Post by zelph » Fri Apr 20, 2012 10:10 pm

I'm in the process of loading a 5 min. video of this kitchen kit. I'm using the WIFI here in the RV Park. Youtube estimated the upload time at 109 minutes. Last time I looked there was 30 min left.
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Re: Windscreen Pot Support

Post by zelph » Fri Apr 20, 2012 10:44 pm

Well it finally uploaded.
This is a new set up dimensionally. Don't have a weight on it, no scale here at camp. I'm ill prepared :o

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Re: Windscreen Pot Support

Post by zelph » Sat Apr 21, 2012 9:41 am

The pot does not have to be removed from the windscreen to pour the water out. Lift straight up and the anchor pins lift out of the ground.

The hinge pins on this setup are made of stainless steel. They are the reason this unit is so durable. Squeeze the sides and lift. The ridges on the foster can give excellent strength. Let the pot stay inside the windscreen.

Ask me questions. Watch the video again and let's critique it.
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Re: Windscreen Pot Support

Post by ConnieD » Sat Apr 21, 2012 10:41 am

The nickname could be the Ridgeline All-In-One.

The Ridgeline All-In-One solid fuel or alcohol fuel backpacking stove system is a suitable name for it.

I like the fact it does not need a protective container for knocking about inside a backpack outer pocket.

I would like to know if it fits in the cylindrical outer side pockets on typical backpacks and, say, the mesh side pockets in many backpacks. Of course, the windscreen may be packed flat if you like and pack the Ridgeline 2-cup and 1-cup individually packed.

I would like to know how well it does with the modified StarLyte.

Is that the modified StarLyte I have?

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Re: Windscreen Pot Support

Post by sudden » Sat Apr 21, 2012 11:44 am

You answered my only question. How do you pour out the water :)
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