EDIT: OR-MSR Heat Exchanger - Suzi Gibson
- Hi Suzi,
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>Owner Review May 31, 2008EDIT: This will need to be corrected when you submit the OR to the BGT site.
>Weight: 165 lbs (74.8 kg)Edit: We prefer lb to lbs.
>City, State, Country: Anderson, SC, USAEDIT: Spell out South Carolina
>Date: May 31, 2008EDIT: Cut this, you already have it at the top.
>Backpacking Background:Edit: In this section, change lbs to lb.
Edit: Also, you're at 104 words. If any seem unnecessary, you could cut them out. You're
close to 100 though, so it's not a big deal.
>Weight as Delivered: N/TEDIT: I don't know what "N/T" stands for, but it doesn't matter since you do need to weigh
EDIT: Please give some measurements as well (height, diameter does the diameter
>Product description (from MSR):EDIT: Cut this section. You need to describe the product in your own words.
>MSRP: US$39.95EDIT: I couldn't find this product on the MSR website. If the MSRP really is $39.95, then
leave it in. If this is a retail price, cut it.
I used the MSR heat exchanger
EDIT: Heat Exchanger
>on numerous backpacking and car camping trips starting with its purchase in 2003.EDIT: Please say approximately how many trips and how many days it has been used.
>(<10 mph or 16 kpm).EDIT: 16 km/h.
>I even used it post Hurricane Ivan (September 2004) to prepare meals and increase fuelefficiency
EDIT: That's cool information to add about using it at home after the hurricane, but I don't
know what you mean by increasing fuel efficiency. Compared to using something else? It's
>Design and Construction:EDIT: Ah-ha. I think this is your product description. Stick this description stuff up in the
section above. You can use a few quoted words from MSR and/or double-check what they
say to make sure you touched on the key points, but you can't use their whole description.
EDIT: You'll need to start with a first sentence that says what a heat exchanger is. (Is this
a common word are products like this all called "heat exchangers?" I'm asking because
I've never heard of it.)
>On one side of the frame, there is a latch that can attach to one of two eyes on theopposing end of the heat exchanger depending on what size pot is being used.
Comment: So is it only adjustable to two positions?
>All together, the entire unit is a mere 6 oz (170 g).EDIT: Use the weight you measured.
>The MSR heat exchangerEDIT: Heat Exchanger
>Securing the heat exchanger to the pot is as simple as sliding your potEDIT: But I don't have one. You mean YOUR pot.
>into the heat exchangerEDIT: Heat Exchanger
>The latch and thumb wheel assembly are easy to operate and secured to my pots verywell.
EDIT: secured the Heat Exchanger to my pots very well.
>I did find it tricky to pull my pots off the stove with the heat exchanger in place.EDIT: Why?
>The heat exchanger can be nestedEDIT: Heat Exchanger
>MSR cookpotsEdit: cook pots
>however it doesn't pack up efficiently and takes up precious spaceEDIT: Why?
>The other drawback is that the design can make it tricky to clean in the field when foodgets spilled on it.
Edit: How have you remedied this? Or do you wait until you get home?
>Cons:* Can be tricky to pull pots off the stove with the pot grabber
* Takes up a bit of space as the brace prevents it from folding up more
EDIT: You need to mention these specifics in the body of the report as well.