Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by zelph » Tue Feb 19, 2013 9:45 am

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zelph wrote: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.
Here is a link to the stove store page:

http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/titan-3-ti ... ok-kit.php

Once you have made your payment thru paypal checkout you can communicate with me via my email address that is seen on the paypal transaction sheet. It is then you can let me know what Foster can and StarLyte burner you want.

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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by dman » Tue Feb 19, 2013 9:58 am

Finally, that's the longest I've ever held my breath, LOL. Placed my order just now.

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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by zelph » Tue Feb 19, 2013 10:05 am

dman wrote:Finally, that's the longest I've ever held my breath, LOL. Placed my order just now.
:D Thank you! I had no control over the time span. :o Yesterday I pushed it to get it listed and forgot that I offered the "choices" without thinking how I was going to handle that in a paypal payment button. This morning it came to me while stumbling out of bed :lol: So I rushed to the computer to add the statement to the store page. That got me moving! :D
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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by zelph » Tue Feb 19, 2013 7:24 pm

Something I forgot to add to the list is 2 sheets of .002 stainless steel for ground protecting or leave no trace for use with wood burning mode. dman, I included those with your shipment today.
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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by cadyak » Tue Feb 19, 2013 7:42 pm

Wow, that is like christmas :D I love to open up a a big can full o goodies like that.
Very nice kit. If you ever needed to, you could stake the whole assembly down with a ti or wire stake. This is helpful when you are enjoying the stove in a stiff wind without the weight of a pot on top to hold it down. :geek:

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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by zelph » Tue Feb 19, 2013 10:32 pm

cadyak wrote:Wow, that is like christmas :D I love to open up a a big can full o goodies like that.
Very nice kit. If you ever needed to, you could stake the whole assembly down with a ti or wire stake. This is helpful when you are enjoying the stove in a stiff wind without the weight of a pot on top to hold it down. :geek:
The V shaped pot support can be used to hold it down when it's in the alcohol use mode. I have some wire forms coming in the mail that were meant to be used as hold downs. I'll include some of them when they arrive. Now if I only had some small kitchen sinks :lol:
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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by dman » Sun Feb 24, 2013 7:00 pm

I got my kit in the mail yesterday and all I can tell you is that I am in stove overload. There are just so many fuel options now from one really light cook system. Thanks so much.

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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by zelph » Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:54 am

dman wrote:I got my kit in the mail yesterday and all I can tell you is that I am in stove overload. There are just so many fuel options now from one really light cook system. Thanks so much.
Glad you found it as "stove overload" :D

My idea to offer a "choice" of pot and burner was something new for me.

Which Foster pot did you choose and why?

Which burner and why?

There was another option I thought of offering but seemed it would be "too" many options. A brushed Foster's pot was another option. Over at backpackinglight.com there is a thread I started and some good information came up that was very beneficial. Check it out:

http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin ... d_id=72437

Let me know your thoughts on a "brushed" version of the pot.

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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by dman » Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:57 pm

I got the standard lid 2 cup pot and the regular starlyte burner. I know I will be ordering more starlyte burners after playing with it, I got a 23 min burn with an ounce of heet, unreal!? I got it to a boil in 13 min which I thought was really slow, but it just kept on boiling so I let it go just to see how long it could last. I think I will take your advice and just load up a few for the weekend and leave the fuel bottle at home, it's just so easy just to cap them up when done with a boil.

I haven't tried the esbitmizer or the wood burning mode yet so I will come back with my thoughts once I get a chance to try those out.

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Re: Laminar Flow Titanium Windscreen

Post by dman » Mon Feb 25, 2013 5:05 pm

In that thread you linked there was a foster pot with a wire bail handle, was that one of yours? i would love to have that instead of the silicone band.

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