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Awesome deal, bought two for camping and for burning man! Woot thanks OP!
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I prefer a wider base so less of the heat is lost up the sides, but for a cheap backup I'll bite.
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Awesome deal, bought two for camping and for burning man! Woot thanks OP!
What? Not planning on taking one to your Naked and Afraid adventure?
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I prefer the german mess kit but this is a great set for the price. Plastic cups should be replaced with metal ones as they are almost useless when camping and cooking over fire.
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What? Not planning on taking one to your Naked and Afraid adventure?
Oh wait. You did say "Burning man".
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I prefer a wider base so less of the heat is lost up the sides, but for a cheap backup I'll bite.
While it is too skinny for a lot of stoves (although the cheap and small butane/propane burners will be fine which is what I use in the mornings), there is a benefit to that.

The 'mug' is the PERFECT size to use with almost any standard french press plunger. I have one left over from a previous press that shattered and if I need to make coffee for a few people I bring that and it works perfect. Boil and brew right in the mug, press, and pour.
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While it is too skinny for a lot of stoves (although the cheap and small butane/propane burners will be fine which is what I use in the mornings), there is a benefit to that.

The 'mug' is the PERFECT size to use with almost any standard french press plunger. I have one left over from a previous press that shattered and if I need to make coffee for a few people I bring that and it works perfect. Boil and brew right in the mug, press, and pour.
Good call!!
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I prefer a wider base so less of the heat is lost up the sides, but for a cheap backup I'll bite.
These are still good for smaller camp stoves though.
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I'm in. I've been looking for something like this for heating up food and beverages in the portable fish house.
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Bought it for my kids (boys aged 2 and 3) to play with
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While it is too skinny for a lot of stoves (although the cheap and small butane/propane burners will be fine which is what I use in the mornings), there is a benefit to that.

The 'mug' is the PERFECT size to use with almost any standard french press plunger. I have one left over from a previous press that shattered and if I need to make coffee for a few people I bring that and it works perfect. Boil and brew right in the mug, press, and pour.
Huh. Now that's something.. I usually take my aeropress, which has always amazed me with how well it works while camping/traveling but I'll have to get one just to try this now!
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I really like mine, had it for years. You can store I little soccer in it.
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