Nice accessory for Frontier stove?

Dec 5, 2011
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Yes indeed. Think military mart have them too. Ideal for a group.

p.s. my bio lite has just been delivered. Shame I'm in the woods and not there to receive it. I briefly considered the 100 mile return trip but it will keep.
 

joely

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Sep 27, 2010
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I have one to, there great but the tap on mine either leaks or if i tighten it up enough to stop the leak, it gets to tight to turn when it all gets hot!
 

ex-member Raikey

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Sep 4, 2010
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i,ve got one of those too,...

it doesnt quite wrap around the chimmney as much and has a slightly smaller capacity,..

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it was £3.99 though , so i bought loads of kit with the 70 0dd quid i saved,..

oh its easier to pack aswell,...

:p
 

joely

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Sep 27, 2010
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i,ve got one of those too,...

it doesnt quite wrap around the chimmney as much and has a slightly smaller capacity,..

View attachment 12543

it was £3.99 though , so i bought loads of kit with the 70 0dd quid i saved,..

oh its easier to pack aswell,...

:p
I bought a Mora instead of your RM jobby, does the same thing as the RM and with the £390 odd quid i saved i bought the kettle and loads of other kit I didn't need :p:p:p:p :lmao:
 

ex-member Raikey

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Sep 4, 2010
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I bought a Mora instead of your RM jobby, does the same thing as the RM and with the £390 odd quid i saved i bought the kettle and loads of other kit I didn't need :p:p:p:p :lmao:

hahah touche mate ,....

i should have known better than to slate the kit ***** in someone,..especially with you in the thread,...



By the way, what number is your hand crafted water boiler though?,....

you must cherish it knowing that there are no two alike, and none like it will ever be made again?.....

oh,. and my kettle not only does the same job,.its actually better,....it doesnt have a leaking tap to worry about...

nah shurrup afore i gerr ar jud on thee

:rolleyes::)xx

hahahahahahahha
 

persistent king

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May 23, 2010
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i thought fronter stoves were for teepees, can you use them apposed to a camp fire and are they warm enough outdoors? who uses them and are they worth the money ? cheers
 

Seoras

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Oct 7, 2004
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I use my stove in my tipi during the winter. The rest of the year it is great for keeping a fire going outside by the cooking tarp. It uses less wood than an open fire. It does not release as much heat outside as an open fire as you would expect but then I am usually doing something during the day.

At night I let the stove die out and use the open fire.

Tony was testing out one of the water heaters at the Moot so he may have an opinion.

George