Re: Owner Review: Backpacking Light Titanium Esbit Wing Stove - Colleen Porter
- --- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, "edwardripleyduggan"
> ### COMMENT: "fickle and stubborn" is fun. This isn't an editoriali adore REI's stormproof matches, and i use them for this. i'll have
> comment, but I was wondering how you light them--match? I use a
> Brunton Helios lighter and I've never had a problem, but then I think
to look into the lighter, but i'm a little paranoid about lighters
after having one fail on me at a very bad time.
> > use Esbit tabs. It's simple, extremely light (although the leftoverLOL, i actually re-checked the weight today and it's LOWER now, by
> > Esbit residue will add a few grams)
> ### COMMENT: that much, do you think?
0.02 oz. i'm going to scratch that bit.
> ### COMMENT: You didn't do a Pro/Con with your summary. I'm not surei don't believe it is required, but i'll double-check that on the main
> if this is actually obligatory, but it has become a de facto standard.
site. i'll take a glance at some of the recent ORs and see what i can
do. want me to re-post? i want to get a pic of the stove, anyhow.
- Thanks, Colleen. I see the end of a sentence from my comment got
chopped somehow, so we will never will know what it was I was going to
write (I've forgotten, so it can't have been important).
I always carry waterproof-windproof matches as a backup to my Brunton,
and there's generally a regular lighter in my waterproof TP bag.
Redundancy is good, where light and fire are concerned.
The Pro/Con business is not mentioned that I can see in the new
By-Laws, but it is at
However, it seems to me that if your summary brings out those points,
the Pro/Con is redundant.
Repost to Test by all means if you want to check out your layout, but
I don't need to see it. You have the green light!