Alcohol Stoves

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by ShadyRascal, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. Buddy_Holly

    Buddy_Holly Imminent Train Wreck

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    I would buy this stove again any day.
    If you want to reduce weight in your gear this is the way to do it. Never again pack special fuel. Heet has been available everywhere I have bought fuel. It basically can't fail, unlike an expensive MSR multi fuel stove. And it stores inside of a cup you use for cooking.

    Brilliant.

    Thanks Shady!

    BH
  2. JNXPILOT

    JNXPILOT Adventurer

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    $18 for one of each!!!!!
  3. JNXPILOT

    JNXPILOT Adventurer

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    Got one of each yesterday. Fired 'um up, works as advertised! Got to be the best ADV camp stove for the buck! :clap

    Thanks for a great produce!
  4. ttime4four

    ttime4four Been here awhile

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    Paypal sent for one of each. Thanks!
  5. hardwaregrrl

    hardwaregrrl ignore list

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    Hey Shady, just sent you money for one of each. happy holidays everybody!!!:freaky
  6. Ballics

    Ballics Dirty Adventurer

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    Thanks for the fast service!
    Stove is very good!
    I highly recommend :thumb

    Jon
  7. ShadyRascal

    ShadyRascal Master of None

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    I have had two messages today from customers who have not received their stoves. Apparently we have some pretty slow moving mules out there hauling mail this month. Normally these things get anywhere in the US within a week, usually more like 2-3 days, and Canada is usually 10-14 days. If anyone else has not received their stove, be assured all stoves have been mailed out within a day or two of their orders clearing. If you have not received however feel free to contact me, I won't have any unhappy ADV customers if I can help it.

    thanks,
    Stever
  8. hardwaregrrl

    hardwaregrrl ignore list

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    PM sent
  9. AngryScot

    AngryScot .

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    The shady stove, heated plenty of hot water up at 5000' for all the kid's hot chocolates on the last sledging adventure.
    Note to self, don't try and refill if stove as any flame still going :yikes
  10. ShadyRascal

    ShadyRascal Master of None

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    I thought about putting that on the instructions, but presumed that nobody would be du.....never mind :freaky
  11. Stovebolt

    Stovebolt Team Ruptured Buzzard

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    Agreed! Shady Stoves Rock the house....

    But, these comments, while useful.... are useless without pics.

    :rofl

    Happy New Year fella's.

    Stovey
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  12. AngryScot

    AngryScot .

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    Was from an msr bottle in day light so I didn't see the small flame. Lucky I was in snow so just pushed the bottle into the snow and explosion averted :lol3
  13. ShadyRascal

    ShadyRascal Master of None

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    In my initial stove research, I tried this once just to see how it would work.

    Once. :D
  14. duanew1

    duanew1 In my Pajama pants

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    I have always thought about this as I have had to wait until the stove went out to refill it. I think that a rubber bulb type device with a thin metal straw might be able to transfer alcohol to the stove while it is burning. The straw would have to be thin enough not to let the flame travel up it. Just a thought as I don't currently have such a device.
  15. ShadyRascal

    ShadyRascal Master of None

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    I have little plastic bottles with the top having a fold-down squirt stem. You can actually shoot some into the stove with that, but it's just not a real good idea. The stove burns at full power until the last few seconds, then it's simple to refill and re-ignite. :D
  16. Moto-Kafe

    Moto-Kafe Gnarly Entre-manure

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    Hey.........I resemble that remark..........!!!!!!!!! :lol3
  17. bpguitbiking

    bpguitbiking n00b

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    Money sent for one. I didn't specify in Paypal, but I want the full heat model.
    thanks

    (something tells there's a mean potato cannon in your past )
  18. optionseeker

    optionseeker Adventurer

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    Just received mine today... just over 3 weeks to Canada. Boiled the water for my evening tea with it.. in the kitchen. Works great!! Everyone does this... right?

    J
  19. Maoule

    Maoule Been here awhile

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    The usps must not have much to do in Montana...ordered Fri., got em today. Seriously everybody, even if you don't need them, order them just to see how quick they get there. And check this out, Steve and Val put $2.63 postage for 1st Class!! That's service.
    The 12 holer boils water FAST. Awesome product, thanks guys.
  20. thebrown

    thebrown likes beer

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    bump... cos i remembered coming accross this stove a while back and not getting round to ordering then
    stoked that the thread and stove are still going strong
    just ordered
    thanks for the super prompt response ShadyRascal