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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute1100 View Post
    Ok I'll bite... You could ha e an underquilt with the hoses already run in it... And the pipes already around the stove... Or just in a coil in your pack... Maybe the rolled up underquilt would roll up to fit inside the copper coil... A small head tank made out of a milk jug would act as a blow off area and a refill area... Think of it like a car radiator with your reservoir... But much less pressures...
    Takes alot of stuff to put together and i think it would be too much stuff to carry around but if im car camping it could be a worthwhile venture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator596 View Post
    Am loving the ideas so far, but think there is also a need for those that use their hammocks where they can plug into 120v. Was looking at some of the Sunbeam electric blanket/throws and wondered if anyone has any experience with them or something similar...
    Not everyone is trekking in the woods!
    Have never posted on this forum before so be gentle.
    True enough, if you are camping on a site with power you could absolutely just get a heated blanket!
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    Adhearing to the KISS princeable without reinventing the wheel my suggestion would be a couple lighter fluid type hand warmers. Ive found one inserter into a small pocket stiched into my sleeping bag foot box works wonders sooo I ASSUME where one is good several could be better or may... just qualify as a portable sream bath in some quarters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Incoming View Post
    Adhearing to the KISS princeable without reinventing the wheel my suggestion would be a couple lighter fluid type hand warmers. Ive found one inserter into a small pocket stiched into my sleeping bag foot box works wonders sooo I ASSUME where one is good several could be better or may... just qualify as a portable sream bath in some quarters.
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    So I haven't clicked all the links here but something you could try (might have been mentioned already) is http://www.omega.com/googlebase/prod...FYVFMgod_AIAeg

    Coupled with a fuel cell from http://www.horizonfuelcell.com/store_us.htm could get you through the night quite nicely, but not cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pag View Post
    So I haven't clicked all the links here but something you could try (might have been mentioned already) is http://www.omega.com/googlebase/prod...FYVFMgod_AIAeg

    Coupled with a fuel cell from http://www.horizonfuelcell.com/store_us.htm could get you through the night quite nicely, but not cheap.
    Nice idea! Definitely on the high end for price though you are right.
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