Fancy one of these anyone got one for trade?
I've got this if you want it, send me your address
its designed to burn tins of solid alcohol, but I think you could use it for a small fire and it folds flat
Originally Posted by madrussian
Thanks for that,
Cant see uk shipping on the site though!
Rik-uk3 you have pm
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Rik is that the Hi Gear cooker? I was looking for one of these to use with a tinned cardboard/wax candle - did you buy it from the UK?Originally Posted by rik_uk3
I'm hoping to get one from Santa - it was on my lit anyway...
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Has anyone ever used one of these stoves? I have researched the littlbug (shipping from US makes it too expensive) and the firespout http://www.occuk.co.uk/outdoor/index.htm [/URL] . Pocket stove seems a good alternative.
Found these on e-bay.....
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Much the same thing, its a Sterno stove, you use tins of alcohol wadding which is crap, paint dries faster than you can boil a brew A Trangia burner works fine in it so you setup would be fine. This one has a new home to go to now or you could have had it. I think it came from the states with some other bits and bobs I got a couple of years ago, can't remember to be honest.Originally Posted by Silverback
One should convert to a small wood burner without much trouble I would think, you may have to enlarge the hole in the back plate. It does fold flat, and is light enough to carry.
PS, I made a cardboard/candle wax burner in a tuna can, hot little bugger it was too