Coffee Kit: Walmart Redemption.

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  1. Doc.

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    550EDD24-F9AE-402B-9AD8-BC43FE15E976.jpeg Here’s my coffee kit for my frequent rambles. Everything in the pick is from Walmart excepting the knife - sheath attached to back of bag - and the paint can cup lid. Even the V8 juice bottles came from the girls side of the store. Doc.
     
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    I like that lid idea! Gonna need to liberate it from you!
     
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    Works great. Just make sure you get ALL the coating off the inside of the lid. Doc.
     
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    I have 2 unused uncoated lids already. Bought a bunch of NIW paint cans from ebay for other projects . Dont know why I didnt think of this earlier .They've been sitting there for months now!
     
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    They fit snugly into the Walmart glacier knock-off SS cups - $5/cup.
     
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    That was the first cup I tried! Fairly well on my olicamp mug too
     
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    My kind of kit young fellar. Ya done well. joe
     
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    Nah, with the possible exception of the knife it's a to simple, inexpensive and effective set up.;)
     
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    Good old Walmart cups. :)

    I picked up a SVEA123 stove for my son a few years ago for his birthday gift. The stove fits right into one of the Condor water bottle bags. The Walmart cup fits right on top like it was made for it, and maybe it was. :) Makes a nice cook kit. :)

    I also have a new paint can lid and now I am going to have to dig it up and see what else I have that it may fit. :)
     
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    Nice, effective, and inexpensive kit, I like it. And the “girls side” comment made me chuckle.
     
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    IMG_0244.JPG Walmart has good prices and quality stainless steel mugs/cups. I was impressed by the sturdiness of the 18oz Ozark Trail. I purchased 6 and modified them to be used with a Titanium windscreen. The handles are stout and not loose as some have claimed in the reviews.
     
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