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Is a heat exchanger pot worth the weight?


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    John RB
    BPL Member

    @biggyshorty

    Roger, i couldn’t find that pot on ebay. Is there a way to share (within forum rules) the seller or at least keywords that would help me find it?

    #3704708
    Jon Fong
    BPL Member

    @jonfong

    Locale: FLAT CAT GEAR

    Wow! why would almost every response be flagged with

    This reply has been reported for inappropriate content.

    #3704801
    Roger Caffin
    BPL Member

    @rcaffin

    Locale: Wollemi & Kosciusko NPs, Europe

    why would almost every response be flagged with
    Because some miserable ratbag using the name geppotronico managed to hack into the system and splat around in the database. He has been removed, but his actions have yet to be dealt with.
    I have unreported all the postings in this thread, but it took a while.

    Sigh

    #3704802
    Roger Caffin
    BPL Member

    @rcaffin

    Locale: Wollemi & Kosciusko NPs, Europe

    that pot on ebay
    Dan bought them, not me. I suspect they may have been a ‘disposal’ sale as they were quite cheap. This one may be more or less the same:
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Heat-Exchanger-Pot-1L-Foldable-Cooking-Pots-Mesh-Bag-Outdoor-Camping-Cookware/303670195818?hash=item46b427766a:g:xvAAAOSwPcpfTHD8

    A search for ‘heat exchanger pot’ on ebay will bring up lots of them, often ‘Fire Maple’, and mostly dearer.

    There are also a couple under ‘hard anodised pot’, but watch out for the cost of shipping from a USA vendor.

    Cheers

    #3704859
    John RB
    BPL Member

    @biggyshorty

    Thank you Roger.

    In your opinion, would this it well with a Soto Windmaster?

    #3704873
    Chris FormyDuval
    BPL Member

    @chform

    Locale: RTP
    #3704882
    Roger Caffin
    BPL Member

    @rcaffin

    Locale: Wollemi & Kosciusko NPs, Europe

    The only problem with putting HX pot A on stove B is whether the pot supports mesh with the cover ring on the underside of the pot. You do NOT want the risk of the pot supports getting tangled up with the ring when you lift the pot up. Flames and hot metal going in unexpected directions.

    Cheers

    #3704929
    Chris FormyDuval
    BPL Member

    @chform

    Locale: RTP

    Here are a couple shots with the windmaster. 

    #3704930
    Chris FormyDuval
    BPL Member

    @chform

    Locale: RTP

    #3704931
    John RB
    BPL Member

    @biggyshorty

    Oooh nice, that looks its great – with the 4 prong one, if my eyes don’t deceive me.

    Chris have you found the combination with the windmaster to be a good one in wind/heat exchange, given the rep the windmaster has with “regular” pots?

    #3704932
    Chris FormyDuval
    BPL Member

    @chform

    Locale: RTP

    Haven’t actually used that combination yet. I can try with a little fan and let you know.

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