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Following on from my trangia triangle cook set up. My lightweight brew kit consists of the white box stove and titanium mug to boil water in. I use a piece of foil as a lid. Would be grateful if any of you know where I could get a disc of titanium to fettle a lid?
 

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Erbswurst

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If you tell us the diametre you need, we perhaps can tell you even where to get a titanium lid that should fit. I have seen somewhere such lids offered separately.
But I think you should open an own thread about it.
 
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Following on from my trangia triangle cook set up. My lightweight brew kit consists of the white box stove and titanium mug to boil water in. I use a piece of foil as a lid. Would be grateful if any of you know where I could get a disc of titanium to fettle a lid?
As just stated, knowing the diameter would help us put you onto an existing lid.

Toaks makes lids in 95mm, 115mm, 130mm, and 145mm.

My "handmade" lids are usually just from a steel cookie tin, or aluminum sheet. Being fairly small and thin, there isn't a great deal of weight difference.
 

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pan fried pheasant on a Cheap lixada stove, served on a life venture plate.
 
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henchy3rd

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yeah I use instant as well As I am Lazy, but I do love real coffee, and short of taking a French press everywhere or spending more than I feel comfortable with I haven’t found a good way to make a decent drip coffee in the woods yet!
Have you thought about an aluminium Italian mocha pot, use corse ground coffee as its far more better?
 

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That’s just mesmerising,I could watch it all day.
 

henchy3rd

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yeah i have and I have one, I use it at home as well, just was trying to find something more convenient to carry etc.
The mocha pot is ace though :)
Mines completely sooted up on the outside, I think it ads to the flavour.
stuff bits a bobs inside to stop it rattling in your sack.
 
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Hobo stove I still have one in the shed never used it out in the field though

It's pretty much always with me on these sort of trips. The commercial ones might be a bit better, but this one is as cheap as can be and it works fine. On this hike it was used almost every day.
 
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Erbswurst

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Why don't you clean up the ground surface a bit before you start a fire?

Aren't you afraid of forest fires?

 

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