Apr 15, 2013 at 4:28 pm #1301775
In order to introduce and celebrate the arrival of our new ti goodies, I've put the LiteTrail version of the Ti-Wing Esbit stove on sale at 50% off, use coupon code STOVE50OFF.
UPDATE 3/17: The LiteTrail Titanium Solid Fuel Cook System is now available to order!
I'm really excited about the new items, mostly the "Bail Handle" 1600 mL cookpot we made as a tribute to Ray Jardine. It's a really cool item. The bail handle is removable and works with regular stoves, plus only 5.50 oz for 54 oz of capacity.
New 900 mL cookpot only 3.75 oz with handles!
New *2013 version* 550 mL cookpot only 2.55 oz with handles!
All three pots together:
It's been six months of so much busy work to get these items done for this year and I'm really excited to see the results. I hope that some of you enjoy the items as much as I do!
JhauraApr 17, 2013 at 4:19 pm #1977792
@tarasbulbaLocale: Rocky Mountains
Hi Jhaura! (I bought your used Patagonia Houdini from this site many years ago when I first started going UL). Which pot would you recommend for storing the Bushbuddy wood burner in? BPL, back in their heyday, had a specific pot for this stove, but I can't remember the size. I've been using an MSR Titan, but it's a bit on the short side. Thanks!Apr 17, 2013 at 11:29 pm #1977909
Hi Monty! Nice to hear from you again.
Do you mean this stove? I'm not too familiar with all the BB models. But all you need to know is its external dimensions.
The BPL site says the BB Ultra is 4.25 tall x 3.75 wide when stowed.
None of our pots will fit that stove just right as it is very tall. However, our 900 mL cookpot is close at 3.60 tall and 4.25 wide. So your stove would fit width-wise and stick out over the top a bit.
Even our 1600 mL is too short at 4.18 in tall, but that's just on paper. You never know unless you physically try it when the tolerance is that close.
If you let me know the exact dimensions of your stove I could help you better.
~JApr 18, 2013 at 8:16 am #1977992Apr 18, 2013 at 8:27 am #1978000
Jhaura, those pots look awesome.
Monty, I have the same setup as you (titan with bushbuddy) what I do is store the bushbuddy inside the titan then turn the lid upside down. It fits better. If I need more security, I'll occasionally put a rubber band over the top.Apr 18, 2013 at 8:33 am #1978001
Anna, that's a pretty funny man–sort of like Robin Williams. Thanks for the morning giggles.Apr 18, 2013 at 8:38 am #1978004
Hi Gary, I am glad you liked him,It's fun to watch Shug do gear reviews.
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