Alcohol Camp Stove Kits

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Tengai650, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. Tengai650

    Tengai650 Random Task

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  2. Turbocat

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    Me too !! Any color is fine ... PayPal headed your way.
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  3. ouray rider

    ouray rider Been here awhile

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    Great piece of workmanship and the price was right.
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  4. sailah

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    Awesome, PayPal sent thanks!
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  5. tread55

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    Just sent a PayPal for a stove. I forgot to put my ADV name. It's being shipped to Greensboro, Nc. Thanks.
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  6. Turbocat

    Turbocat 73 2U

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    I agree with Ouray Rider. I've been playing - I mean, um, scientifically experimenting with my stove over the last few days. I've seen all manner of stoves of this type but none so elegantly made. Nice work!
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  7. sailah

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    Id like another for my dad, sending paypal
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  8. Tengai650

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    As of this evening, we only have 5 kits remaining.

    Green is sold out. However, we have one other green one from when Evy was first learning to use the drill press. It has two burner holes spaced noticeably closer together than the others. We didn't intend to sell it, but if someone is set on green, we'll make it available. It is otherwise 100% presentable and functional.

    Thanks for the kind words and feedback on the stoves both on and off the forum!
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  9. sailah

    sailah Lampin' it

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    Evy & Dad,

    Got my kit, very impressed with the detail. Haven't fired it up but did check it out. Thanks and I know my dad is looking forward to his too.
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  10. fishrman

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    just sent you paypal for stove of any color.
    Thanks
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  11. Torque Racing

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    Any idea what it would cost to send to the Uk?

    :norton
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  12. sailah

    sailah Lampin' it

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    You should have her sign it and sell it for double, custom is always more:D
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  13. Tengai650

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    Torque: Give me a few days to look into it. Thanks.

    fishrman: Thanks; we'll get yours sent out tomorrow or Wednesday.

    sailah: Thanks for the feedback!
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  14. bESS

    bESS Been here awhile

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    Mark & Evy:

    thank you very much for your awesome, well made stoves. As you know I bought a few for "gifts" and everyone is thrilled with their light weight and how well they perform.

    All of them were well packaged and shipped "on time" as scheduled.

    Even though the side holes looked like they are spaced correctly, I'm telling everyone that Evy made mine

    bob
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  15. Tengai650

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    Thanks Bob! There's a good chance Evy actually *did* have a hand in yours. She drilled about 1/3 of the stoves, and did the foil wrapping on about 2/3 of the ceramic plates. She was also the cameraman for the demo videos, R&D data collector, user's manual folder, etc. We have 3 unused bottles with which she wants to try to do a few complete stoves from start to finish on her own. Great winter project for when it's too cold for her to be on the water. She actually wanted to paddle on Tuesday when it was a windy 17ºF and falling. I told her the cutoff is 28ºF with no wind.
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  16. fishrman

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    got mine today. great product and packaging and my favorite color to boot. good luck to you and your daughter !!
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  17. TrailDust&SaddleLthr

    TrailDust&SaddleLthr Been here awhile

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    Just got my (blue!) kit a few days ago and wanted to let everyone know how WONDERFUL a product it is! :clap

    100% Professional... you would never know this is a hand-made product, with only a few made. I feel very blessed to have acquired one of those kits for my own self.

    I am so impressed by the videos and the professionalism Evy and her dad have displayed, kudos to the both of them!

    Included with the kit is a print out of all the instructions as to how to use that kit. The entire kit is encased in a very nice, cushiony neoprene pouch, big enough to let you put your own tin mug in there... I would not have thought about doing that hadn't it been mentioned in the paperwork.

    Anyway, if you can still get a kit, if not all sold out by now, do yourself the biggest favor... GET ONE NOW before they are all gone!

    Last but not least, all emails are replied to immediately, all promises made are true and kit is very nicely protected for shipping so it gets there with no chance of damage.

    Thank you Evy for your kind emails and thanks to your dad for supporting you in your endeavors!

    Evy, please put me on your list for when you create your next product... good people like you need to have our support!

    So, till next time...

    Good luck with all your dreams and White River adventures! Stay safe!

    Cheers!

    J.
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  18. cug

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    Do you still have one? Color doesn't matter. I think they look pretty good!
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  19. Tengai650

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    Yes, we have a few kits left: 2 reds and a pewter, and there's the green one I mentioned a few posts above.
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  20. Oshiat

    Oshiat Been here awhile

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    PM sent for 2 more.
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