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Re: Origami stove...

Posted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 10:57 pm
by zelph
oops56 wrote:ok so we got a stove to fit the pocket and a bottle fuel fit the pocket now how can a 8 or 12 oz. cup fit the pocket :roll: :roll: whay not have it all fit in the cup then hang from the belt or under the hat :lol: :lol:


Hi there oops!!! You cut the top off a hip flask and insert the stove into the flask and put it in your hip pocket :mrgreen:

You could get fancy and do it my way :lol:

viewtopic.php?f=19&t=2079&hilit=hip+flask

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Re: Origami stove...

Posted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:03 pm
by realityguy
What..no whistle on the flask? :o ... :lol:

I got an ikea whistling kettle today for a $1.50..have to try that idea.. ;)

Re: Origami stove...

Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 12:37 am
by ConnieD
Hot sake?

Re: Origami stove...

Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 12:31 am
by oops56

Re: Origami stove...

Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 7:19 am
by zelph
oops56 wrote:ok here my take on a pocket stove
http://s33.photobucket.com/albums/d52/o ... stove5.mp4


Thats a good one oops. Is that a U.S.A made flask and cup? Some of the earlier made stoves were the best. Those last two were cool. Thanks for the video of them. I could just picture a stagecoach stopping along the trail for a cuppa tea break. All the passengers taking out their personal tea stoves, heating water, taking out the little flask of brandy, some for the stove and a little slug or two for medicinal purposes :lol:

Re: Origami stove...

Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 11:33 am
by realityguy
Dan..You can just drill a small center hole in the lid of an aluminum larger mouthed bottle for the mount of the plate for the whistler..another hole over the reed portion and just mount the 'whistler on a miller lite bottle lid or any flat portion of potlid for that matter..just takes the metal plate and reed..

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the plastic cap doesn't need to be used but probably looks cooler...a small nut is sufficient on top and probably 1/4" hole over the reed portion of the plate.I scraped off the inner plastic under the metal plate for more air space but left the perimeter to seal the bottle..screw the plate on lightly and test it by blowing through from the bottom.I don't have the "pour" convenience but it still works..My sound isn't working right now..camera or computer..I don't know..??

Re: Origami stove...

Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 1:20 pm
by zelph
Yes, but, mine is cool 8-) because it has the pour feature :ugeek: 8-)

You'd better have a thick glove on when you try to take off that steaming cap.......you'll get a good steam burn for sure. ;)

Hope nothing clogs the hole, pressure will build up.....what's going to blow first :lol: