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Discussion in 'Backpack Hunting' started by fetch, Feb 22, 2012.
Seems like a pretty cool / handy concept.
Interesting. If it works so well I wonder why they didn't talk about how fast it will boil water and do some comparisons to their competition? I also wonder how you light it. If the wood is wet and there is no special lighting method then we are taking a jump back in time and are going to be carrying a bunch of lighting paraphernalia just to get the thing going.
Neat concept I guess, I just got real tired of reading all of the green weenie environmental propaganda on every page of their site. And unfortunately the government endorsed their company so in no time they will be front page news, talking about the millions in tax payer dollars they received while still going bankrupt!
haha, did i hear them say in the video that 2 million people a year die from smoke from campfires!!
somehow i'm not sure i believe that one.
kinda cool, but I think ill stick to my jetboil.
I'm with Scot. Interesting product. Too much mush brained propoganda.
I had a funny conversation with a scientist recently. I'm still chuckling over one of his comments, "Turns out the sun's in charge of the temperature of the earth, not your tailpipe".....
I'm gonna bite.
For my needs the USB charger carries more value than cooking.
It'll be jetboil for serious stuff.
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If you are just interested in the charging concept these companies have some sweet units.
Our local verizon store carries a chargeable battery pa k. Its a out the size of an iphone and it has a usb port you can charge anything with it via usb. They are $40 and bold a lot of power.
And for the man who got every thing above... hard to beat this
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