User Review: Evernew Ti DX Set With Stove
Price Paid: a lot
Ok, let's get this part out of the way - Yes, it's expensive. And I'm spoiled, but consistently rarely--- and this was one piece of Ti I had to possess. I love to cook, what better excuse. From the looks at first I said hmm... did they test out where every hole was punched, what shape, and how many? Probably.
65 degrees no wind 50 percent humidity.- San Francisco
Set up with only the pieces provided-, power plate resting under stove as storage
My 1.5 litre MSR Titan pot.
Markings on the inside of the stove (max line is a smidge over 2 oz.)- hit it.
-Insert 6 cups cold tap water( 48 oz). 13 degrees Celsius, no lid.
Hit stopwatch at flick of bic. ( including prime time on this test) and two seconds later pot goes on top centered carefully.
@ 11. minutes. arrive hard rolling boil. (simmer was back over half a minute ago) its almost out of the pot. but no.
13 minutes. - rolling boil starts to begin settling.
What are the practical purposes for such a well engineered get up?
You can set it up to burn forest snippets or esbit tabs. -- one reason i got it.
You can feel guilty because that money could have gone to a homeless shelter
You can rest assured that by the feel of it, with the exceptions of befalling a sleepwalking foot/ knee, you will be very fond of it fortnights.
At 3 oz, it's not a cat food can, and at almost ninety dollars it could be a Garmin 24K DVD shopped well. But it's not, it's delicate on the eyes, easy to figure out after 5 minutes of Rubiks cube work, and a standalone target for envious criticism. With modular capabilities from simmer to rip, (do experiment with configs), it puts out enough for two hip campers easily, or more. I'm taking it on the CDT for the occasional* sponge bath.