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Discussion in 'Outdoor Gear, Survival Equipment & More' started by KuRUpTD, Mar 14, 2012.
I remembered stumbling over something similar once and finally got tired of the crushed matchboxes, so I made one
i finally found a kuksa that i like - large capacity (12 oz) and doesn't have finger holes
When going minimalistic, I got fed up with having my eating utensil floating around in the pocket of the smock, so I made a kydex spork holder.
Here my slightly wonky first try;
Works just fine.
Im considering refinining the design and market it as the T. S.N. S "Tactical Spork Neck Sheath." The Mantis knife fans will eat it up! (see what I did there)
Picked up a Titanium ice pick. It’s good for stabbing hors d’oeurvres and roasting marshmallows.
keith titanium 1.0 liter kettle.
Snow stake in lieu of trowel. 1 oz and only $2.95.
Snow Peak Titanium bowl which will become my stove pot. 1.6 oz.
toaks titanium 450, 750 and fry pan...i already washed and boiled water in that fry pan by the way...it doesn't look used like that from toaks
the usual complaint about toaks is their loose fitting lids so that's why i've stayed away from them for a long time...i'm glad to see they finally fixed that issue as mine won't flip at all no matter how hard or where i tap them...i always wanted a bail on my titanium pots so now i can get rid of my mors pots and heavy cover cup
toaks 1100 ml pot.
New fuel bottle for the camp kitchen/cook set. Repurposed. Used to contain some sort of eye solution.
opinel no. 8 garden knife...i wish it was carbon steel like my other no. 8 but for me this has a much better blade and handle shape so i'll tolerate the stainless for now.
opinel no. 102...i think i found my grail paring knife - checks all the boxes for me including carbon steel
compared to the victorinox stainless which i've used for years...i hate that it doesn't patina - i don't like knives that always look new.
Those no 102s look so nice. Adding them to my next knife order
I didn't make it. I bought it. Off Etsy. It's lighter than what comes with the Trangia Mini and can be used with any number of alky stoves.
I may ditch the Trangia spirit burner and stand all together and get a WhiteBox stove.
I don't carry a separate bowl and cooking pot. My pot is my bowl. I do carry a separate lidded cup (empty soup-on-the-go can) so I can drink coffee while using the pot on the stove for something else. I'm also replacing the Trangia mini pot with a Snow Peaks titanium bowl as a pot. It will handle 2 cups of water and the Trangia mini pot holder works fine with it. Time will tell if this is a permanent change or if I go back to using the Trangia mini aluminum pot.
Thank you ... it looks like an elegant little design.