Tuesday, 2 June 2009

Honey Stove aus 2009

Honey Stove 2009 in use as a windshield and pot-holder. Alpkit’s MyTiMug (750ml). Tinny’s BlackFly#4 meths stove (1 oz fuel). The new design allowed me to move the Blackfly closer to the base of the pan. When the fuel ran out, I had enough hot water for two mugs of tea. It still amazes me that such a small amount of fuel can give 2 people a cuppa each – truly a marvel.


Honey Stove in wood-burning mode. A few scrapes off a ‘maya’ stick with the pocket-knife, on to cotton-wool coated in Vaseline, and quick blast from the gas-lighter, and fire was made. I’m sure the Ancients did it the same way.

I boiled enough water for another brew for us both. Then to rehydrate my dinner. Then to wash the dish. Then just to stop the fire from going out.


After the fire was done, I left the stove to cool down, and activated the cloaking device.


Designer and retailer: http://www.backpackinglight.co.uk/product397.asp

Bob and Rose are selling an Upgrade Kit for owners of the 2008 version.

For me, if I’m taking the meths stove, this is a standard accessory. I amn’t counting the grammes, but I am looking at a flat-pack kit that just slides into a side pocket and is multi-functional.


Mac E said...

The Honey Stove and Blackfly looks to be a good combination. The nice thing about the woodstove is being able to keep it going for brews without worrying about fuel supplies. The size of the grate on the Honey (judging from the pic) must make it easier to get going and keep going without too much attention. Nice

Michael Grant Clark said...

I love that stove, it's so well made. I'd have a room paneled like that it's so cool.

Really nice design and finish.

Ken said...

You might want to have a look at this:- http://www.instructables.com/id/Pocket-Sized-Camp-Stove-The-Improved-quotPenny-/

AktoMan said...

LOL - I like warning nr 1

Admin said...

I read abt this stove few years back. Looks very versatile. BTW what is the gross weight?