Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

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dman
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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by dman » Fri Feb 08, 2013 7:48 am

I really like the ability to close off the unused ezbit in the ezbitmizer for clean storage. I think you should call it "The cylinder of Light", J/K.

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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by zelph » Fri Feb 08, 2013 11:44 am

dman wrote:I really like the ability to close off the unused ezbit in the ezbitmizer for clean storage. I think you should call it "The cylinder of Light", J/K.
Ok, that's a plus for the Esbitmizer. You're right, don't have to handle a snuffed out esbit. Just leave it in the burner.

Thanks for the name suggestion :) I'll think on that one.
http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/

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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by zelph » Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:16 pm

Some family matters have slowed me down to a stop on this project. Feel free to review what has developed so far. I will have some kits available in the future.
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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by dman » Tue Feb 12, 2013 12:21 am

Hey, family always comes first. I will watch patiently for the opportunity to order one of the first sets you have ready.

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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by zelph » Sat Feb 16, 2013 7:09 pm

dman wrote:Hey, family always comes first. I will watch patiently for the opportunity to order one of the first sets you have ready.
Hang in there, I'm back at it.

Just wanted to show how I fill this stove with fuel and top light it.


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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by oops56 » Sat Feb 16, 2013 11:33 pm

nice but if you cut your finger nails wont get holes in them :lol: :lol:
Man play with fire man get burnt

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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by zelph » Sun Feb 17, 2013 9:30 am

oops56 wrote:nice but if you cut your finger nails wont get holes in them :lol: :lol:
I have the same problem with my socks :lol: :lol:
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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by FireTamer » Sun Feb 17, 2013 2:08 pm

Glad to see you back at it. It sure was quiet around here for a few days. Hope everything is OK.

FT

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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by zelph » Sun Feb 17, 2013 5:45 pm

FireTamer wrote:Glad to see you back at it. It sure was quiet around here for a few days. Hope everything is OK.

FT
thanks, good to be able to bounce back a little. :D Now I'm involved in helping my other daughter get her things packed up and ready for her departure. She is relocating to the state of Utah. Forbes Magazine says that's one of the states that is booming in job opportunities. She's going where the jobs are. She's leaving the nest again
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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by zelph » Mon Feb 18, 2013 8:06 pm

Today I finalised the kit.
The "Titanium Titan-3" Cook Kit The ultimate 3 fuel cook kit.

Choice of 1 Foster Pot

a. 2 cup wide mouth, aluminum flat bottom with aluminum lid
b. 2 cup flat bottom, original top
c. Full size, original top

Choice of 1 StarLyte burner with 1.5 ounce fuel capacity

a. StarLyte burner with lid
b. Modified StarLyte burner with lid

1 Combination Titanium Windscreen/Wood Stove

1 Stainless Steel Grate for wood burning mode.

1 Stainless steel "V" shaped pot support for wood stove mode (fits inside pot for storage)

1 Full size Stainless Steel Pot support for complete bottom of pot support.

1 "Esbitmizer" solid fuel esbit burner w/simmer capabilities. Includes 2 esbit cubes and 2 sheets of Carbon Felt(use with alcohol).

1 silicone Pot Grabber

1 Plastic fuel bottle 4.5 ounce capacity. Comes with 3 graduated fuel measuring cups, 1oz capacity

1 Dispensing cap for "HEET" fuel container.

1 Aluminum storage container with 2 plastic lids. Items that fit inside are the Esbitmizer, stainless steel pot support, stainless steel grate, StarLyte Burner and pot grabber.

1 Hinged plastic storage container for those of you that might be using cotton balls for tinder fire starter.

1 Tyvek stuff sack for storage of all items.

Cost for the kit is $83.50 plus shipping and handling.

No International Orders at this time.

I only have 8 of these kits available. I have this kit shown only here on bplite for our members and viewers. I'll have a store web page created in the next half hour.
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