Modified Titanium 750ml Pot with Bail

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  1. zelph

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    Coming soon:

    I'll be having some kits made up featuring a Titanium 750ml pot that has a strengthening ridgeline around it that helps stabilize the pot when it's resting on a Ti pot support, surrounded by a Titanium windscreen.

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    Here is a little video of a kit that will be offered:

     
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    That is a really slick setup.
    Quick, convenient, compact, lightweight, durable.
    What more could a guy ask for?
    Nicely done.
     
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    A guy in your neck-o-the woods could ask for some warmer weather :D

    The kit has tru-grit...lots of titanium ;)
     
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    very cool! any idea on the price range and timeline for availability?
     
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    I should be able to get this kit listed by tomorrow at an affordable price for the amount of titanium in the kit :)
     
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    Looks perfect for my boat bag...

    ~jtk

     
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    I'm having technical difficulties with my site. Tomorrow looks good for a listing.:51:
     
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    MODIFIED TOMSHOO OR TOAKS TITANIUM 750ML W/BAIL HANDLE COOK KITS

    Kits include one of the following pots with a ridge-line added for strength:

    -Tomshoo 750ml Titanium pot w/bail handle

    -Toaks 750ml Titanium pot w/bail handle

    The kits also include:

    -A titanium pot support

    -A titanium cone style windscreen

    -Your choice of a Starlyte Burner or Modified Starlyte Burner

    -A mesh stuff sack

    -A 1oz medicine style plastic measuring cup.

    The Tomshoo kit also includes a 2 once fuel bottle with flip spout.


    http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/titanium-cook-kits-with-titanium-pot-support.php

     
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    Received mine yesterday and it is perfect for my haversack! So simple and stable. Can't wait to do a test burn tonite.... Thanks to @zelph!

    jtk
     
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    I like that but I would prefer a larger windscreen taking up the full height of the pot, it could more readily be used for other cookers then like the trangia, or a simple stacked hobo/wood stove build.
    Or the option for s short medium and tall stack...

    Really love the concept though.
     
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    Thank you jtk

    8thsinner, I understand where you are coming from. The cutout section of the cone acts like a chimney and a great deal of heat diverted from the center of the pot is lost going out that hole and causing the handles to become extremely hot.


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    Yeah, but if you are using the ridge that shouldn't happen too much, and even if it was you can always block the holes on one side.
    That might not work for everyone but I know when I cook with ti, I tent to use my pliers to handle the pot for a few minutes, so thats normal for me.
     
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    Blocking the holes on one side would help a lot and also moving the burner to the side where the blocked holes are. The air flow is still towards the handle opening. The larger opening having the least amount of resistance.

    My set-up allows for the user to remove the pot and cone together from over the burner and set the pot and cone down onto the ground. The cone will support the pot while you snuff out the burner. Let the pot of hot water sit on the cone while you put your Mountain House meal into the hot water to re-hydrate. I like MH meals :)
    Shorter cones make it nice for easy storage inside the pot. In the case of the 750, the cone windscreen stores in the vertical position against the side of the pot.

     
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    Oh yeah! That looks like something that may wind up on my doorstep soon.

    You are always coming up with great ideas and innovative products.

    Any plans for an 1100 ml pot on the future? The one with the bail like this one.
     
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    I have a couple of the Toaks 750 mugs w/o bails so am familiar with those.

    The Tomshoo is new to me. I see it has a 2 oz bottle listed with it on your site. Is it larger than the Toaks mug?
     
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