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QiWiz
01-08-2018, 11:18
As I begin my 8th year in the cottage gear / hobbyist gear business, I want to thank the WB community for all the support and feedback many of you have shown me. To pay it back, I have put together two cook kit offerings that will be available as long as my supplies of 750cc and 1100cc titanium pots last. If you need a complete cook kit, I doubt you can find a better offer, but obviously all of you will be the judge. You can find all the info on my Special Deals (http://qiwiz.net/Specials.html) page. Or you can be enticed by a short video clip . . .


http://www.youtube.com/embed/izTspezRxqc

Squirrel!
01-08-2018, 12:41
As I begin my 8th year in the cottage gear / hobbyist gear business, I want to thank the WB community for all the support and feedback many of you have shown me. To pay it back, I have put together two cook kit offerings that will be available as long as my supplies of 750cc and 1100cc titanium pots last. If you need a complete cook kit, I doubt you can find a better offer, but obviously all of you will be the judge. You can find all the info on my Special Deals (http://qiwiz.net/Specials.html) page. Or you can be enticed by a short video clip . . .


http://www.youtube.com/embed/izTspezRxqc

Are the pots coated?
Thanks!


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QiWiz
01-08-2018, 13:32
No, pots are uncoated, making them safe for dry baking, etc.

Squirrel!
01-08-2018, 13:43
No, pots are uncoated, making them safe for dry baking, etc.

Thanks!


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Shrewd
01-09-2018, 11:21
Nice little set up, I like the windscreen. When it gets warmer I think Iíll have to invest in an alcohol setup to try out


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QiWiz
01-10-2018, 09:39
Nice little set up, I like the windscreen. When it gets warmer I think I’ll have to invest in an alcohol setup to try out

You are right that a good windscreen is critical to both alcohol and solid fuel stove performance. It keeps any wind from blowing the flame sideways away from the pot, but even on windless days it concentrates the heat around the bottom of the pot, saving fuel and shortening boil times significantly.

QiWiz
01-18-2018, 15:14
Still have some of both sizes available; the special deal continues . . .

QiWiz
01-25-2018, 16:36
As a clarification (FAQ I've been getting), the 750cc and 1100cc pots I use for these kits are from Toaks.

QiWiz
02-23-2018, 13:52
The beat goes on; the sale still lives. If you missed it, now's another chance at it.

QiWiz
03-15-2018, 15:04
And on and on . . . still have a few of both sizes.