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Re: EDIT: LTR - Primus Eta Solo Stove - Ben Mansfield

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  • ben.mansfield
    Carol, Thanks for the edits. I ve made the changes you suggested and posted the revised report. Hope you had a nice holiday break. -Ben
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 3, 2011
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      Carol,

      Thanks for the edits. I've made the changes you suggested and posted the revised report.

      Hope you had a nice holiday break.

      -Ben


      --- In backpackgeartesters@yahoogroups.com, "Carol" <cmcrooker@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi Ben,
      > Nice report. HTML looks good. Edits and suggestions follow.
      > Carol, Monitor
      >
      > For dinner I normally just boil water a cup full of water and
      > *** just boil a cup full of water ***
      >
      > My digital scale is accurate to about 0.5 oz 14 g), and the total weight of gas starting out in the canister I used was 3.5 oz (100 g). The canister is still going, but barely. I weighed the canister at 4 oz (113 g), which puts the remaining gas at 0.5 oz (14 g) - which also happens to be within the accuracy of my
      > *** first line above... (14 g)***
      > *** Just a nit here, but I suggest leaving out the canister weight at this point and just including the weight of remaining gas. The point you are making is how much gas you used. The canister weight doesn't help make that point. ***
      >
      > factor in the weights of the various stoves I own, and make a determination of which set to based on the total weight of the stove
      > *** set to use based ***
      >
      > With the exception of my homemade alcohol stove, which can be finicky at times, the Eta Solo will likely be at the top of that list.
      > *** I'm not sure what you mean here. Is the HM alcohol stove the first on the list, or left off the list? ***
      >
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