W.T.B.Sterno Inferno Stove

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Crowe

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Hi. I have been looking at this and thought I would spoil myself for Christmas
This stove appears to be only available in the U.S. Shipping and import duty make this very pricey. So, does anyone have one of these they want to move on? Or, does anyone know if this is available in the UK?
Cheers.
 

Tiley

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I think I must be being stupid but I couldn't/didn't see any sign of a burner unit with the set-up. I assume there is one but maybe they're trying the crafty ploy of selling it separately?
 
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Bishop

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It's OK Tiley you are not going mad, the stove is/was geared to the American market designed to take Sterno-Tins.

Trangia burners will work but suffer from thermal feedback, Hiram suggests folk experiment with smaller cat-can type stoves. On the flipside the boil time is really impressive.
 
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Tiley

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It's OK Tiley you are not going mad, the stove is/was geared to the American market designed to take Sterno-Tins.

Trangia burners will work but suffer from thermal feedback, Hiram suggests folk experiment with smaller cat-can type stoves. On the flipside the boil time is really impressive.
The two videos were interesting viewing, particularly the one using the Trangia burner. I'd imagine a smaller burner might suit it a bit better - it might certainly be a little safer.

Is the fabled 'Dragon Snot' the equivalent of the tines of Sterno? I suppose it might be worth a try as I have to admit that I like the concept of a lightweight set-up like this. The fact that it enhances the performance of a good ol' Trangia burner adds to the attraction.
 
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Nice65

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The two videos were interesting viewing, particularly the one using the Trangia burner. I'd imagine a smaller burner might suit it a bit better - it might certainly be a little safer.

Is the fabled 'Dragon Snot' the equivalent of the tines of Sterno? I suppose it might be worth a try as I have to admit that I like the concept of a lightweight set-up like this. The fact that it enhances the performance of a good ol' Trangia burner adds to the attraction.

My guess is the Dragon Fuel is probably the same stuff, an alcohol gel designed not to spill.
 
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Broch

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Mmmm... might investigate the feasibility of using the (fake) Jetboil on a home made base with chaffing fuel burner :)
 

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