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    WTB: Titanium wood burning stove

    I know there are sveral good choices. I'm open to any of then since I cannot make up my mind.

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    Senior Member lazy river road's Avatar
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    Here ya go ...

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=52053
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    I'm not sure that one is for me. Any others out there?

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    Are you interested in a Bushbuddy Ultra?
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    Dude these are so easy to make! You tube showed me and I made mine for 10$ and it took me 20 minuets to make!
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    Yea I would be interested in a bushbuddy if the price is right.

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    I have to tell you, I just recently got the Emberlit El-Mini and love it. You can not go wrong with either the El-Mini or the regular Emberlit. They are a great build and oh so light.

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    I have a Vargo Titanium woodstove I've been thinking about selling. It has been used 1 time and is currently my back-up to my alky stoves. I'd let it go for $40+ $5 for shipping.

    Not trying to snake a sale from anyone else, just throwin' this in the mix.
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    Check out the Firefly from QiWiz. He's here on the forums. Great little lightweight stove with additional fuel options. I'd recommend his or the Emberlit Mini. You can't go wrong with either. There are a bunch of wood-burners out there. Most are excellent stoves. Probably depends a lot on what your expectations and needs are (ie. weight requirements, boiling water only or cooking steak, baking, wood only, etc..) Then it's pretty much personal preference....(just like with most other gear...)
    2new2hang

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