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DIY How To Make An AXE Can Alcohol Stove
DIY How To Make An AXE Can Alcohol Stove
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An easy to follow "how-to" video showing how to make a cool alcohol stove out of an AXE Body Spray can. It has a built in priming tray and achieves full bloom very quickly! Sturdy and lightweight, this little stove is ideal for the "do it yourself" backpacker, hiker, or prepper who looks for durability, compactness, and light weight in their cooking system. Weighing in at .7 ounces, this stove may not be the lightest out there, but at under an ounce it's weight to durability ratio is excellent. It also makes a perfect companion to the homemade aluminum can pots that many of us find appealing, such as the good old Heine pot and the Foster's pots. It doesn't boast the fastest boiling time out of the many alcohol stoves out there, but it is incredibly efficient and burns for almost 20 minutes using 1 ounce of fuel.Features & Specs: Weight - .7 ounces Size - 1 34" x 2" Fuel Capacity - 1 12 ounces 16 Upward Angled Jets Built-in Self-Priming Pan 30 Second "Bloom" Time Burn Time: 12oz = 8.5 mins. 1oz = 18.5 mins. Boil Time: 1 Cup (8oz) = 4:20 mins. 2 12 Cups (20oz) = 11.5 mins.
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How To Make A Zero Alcohol Stove

"Stove Secrets" - Alcohol stove builds, tips, tricks, and secrets for the true DIY gear junkie. No fancy or expensive tools & machinery required! In this project we tackle a very simple, yet innovative alcohol stove build... "The Zero Stove". With no jets to drill, no separate pot stand needed, and no inner core, this stove is the sheer essence of simplicity... hence the name "Zero". All that is needed to make this non-pressurized, double-walled alcohol stove is a couple of aluminum beer cans and a few common household tools. This lightweight alcohol stove is super easy to make and works like a champ... a definite step up from the ol' "cat can" stoves that most of us DIY hacks have thrown together. All-in-all, the Zero Stove's no-frills design makes for a sturdy and efficient little alcohol stove for ultralight and lightweight backpacking. Best of all... it's free! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stats: Weight - 14 grams Fuel Capacity - 34 oz. Boil Time - 5 minutes (controlled environment) Total Burn Time - 9.5 - 10 minutesSpecial Considerations: - JB Weld recommended for joining components - Priming of stove greatly enhances performance - Burn time can be extended by adding 18" to outer wall ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Due to the interest in the previous "Stove Secrets" giveaways, I will be giving away yet another alcohol stove for this video (you can see it via the link below). To enter simply leave a comment as usual and then include a line at the end that says "Count me in". I'll pick a winner in the next episode of "Stove Secrets" and get one of these cool little alcohol stove out to someone. Thanks for playin' along ;-) *Link to stove being given away: http:www.intenseoutdoorgear.comAluminum-Bottle-Stove.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Congratulations to YouTube user "rabies61" on being randomly selected as the winner from the last episode of "Stove Secrets" :-) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music by Kevin MacLeod @ Graphics by Devon McKay ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
162,530 views | Aug 22, 2013

3 All In One Cook Kit DIY

How to make an "All-In-One" cook kit that includes a cook pot, stove, standwindscreen, and even fuel! This cheap little combo is very easy to put together and is a safe alternative to DIY alcohol stoves. The kit features an 10cm Imusa mug that serves as a versatile cook pot, a standwindscreen which wraps around the stovefuel canister for easy storage and transport, and a diethylene glycol fuel canister with a 2 hour total burn time. The materials used for this cookset can be obtained at your local dollar store and Walmart. The liquid "diglycol" fuel used in this system is a great alternative to methanol based gel chafing fuels in that it produces a higher heat output (approx. 890 BTUs), is non-flammable and safe, and can be sealed for later use. The heat output is not nearly as great as with typical backpacking stoves such as those that use alcohol or butanepropane fuels. This stove system does produce a nice mid-range burn however and allows for diversity when preparing meals other than those which simply require boiling water. All-in-all, a good option for the occasional weekend hiker, the "budget backpacker", prepping, or simply as a backup cooking source in an emergency.Links: Website --------------------------------------------------------------- Diethylene Glycol Fuel Canisters http:www.intenseoutdoorgear.comAll-In-One-Stove.htmlCopyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Right Reserved
109,337 views | May 31, 2012

How To Make A Smokeless Campfire Tip Of The Week E47

Make your next camping trip or other outdoor adventure more enjoyable with this simple, yet incredibly effective tip. This easy to follow video shows two separate techniques that when combined can be used to make a virtually smokeless campfire... allowing for a more pleasurable time when lounging around the fire, doing some outdoor cooking, warming yourself on those chilly nights, or simply hanging out with friends singing campfire songs and eating S'mores. The following is a quick look at the 2 techniques covered: 1) Basic fire making skills and principles. Also known as the "fire triangle", the 3 vital elements that any good fire needs for maximum combustion and efficiency are Fuel, Heat, & Oxygen. Get this combo correct and you'll never want for lack of a hot and clean burning fire! **Particularly useful to know when learning survival skills, or in an emergency. 2) How to make an easy fire pit that not only helps control the direction of where any residual smoke flows, but also reflects the maximum amount of heat back toward you. --------------------------------------- About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I like to feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please feel free to view the link below to find out how simple the process is. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! --------------------------------------- For additional & exclusive content join me over on Facebook at: https:www.facebook.compagesIntenseAngler-Outdoors184414338275552?sk=wallOr on Instagram at: http:instagram.comintenseanglerLooking forward to interacting with you via these other social mediums my friends! --------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- Link To Chris's Channel: --------------------------------------- Copyright 2014 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
112,304 views | May 30, 2014

FREE DIY Ring For The Fosters Cook Pot

An awesome (and free!) upgradeimprovement to the homemade Foster's cook pot. In this quick and easy DIY project, I share an idea that I came up with to create a simple homemade ring which allows you to cut a 25oz Foster's beer can down to any size that you choose based on your specific needs. This ring gives you the ability to completely customize a lightweight cook pot by allowing you to: 1) Create the pot to any size and weight specifications that you want. 2) Add structural integrity to the cut edge of the pot. 3) Give the lip of the pot a nice, smooth "finished" look. 4) Retain the inherent lightweight aspect of the pot. 5) Provides an interior "lip" for a lid to rest on.The pot that I demo in this video has a capacity of 22 ounces and weighs in at a mere 1oz. The ring itself weighs only 7 grams, which really helps to keep the total weight of this lightweight cook pot to a minimum. By constucting the pot to a smaller capacity, you can reduce the weight even further.*Note: I did not come up with the original idea for this ring. There are aluminum rings of this sort that are being made and sold which are of much greater quality. I simply offer here an idea that I came up with that affords you the option of making a homemade version to save money. To see one of the actual machined aluminum rings, please refer to the link below. Thanks!Video demo by WoodenArrows - "Fosters Beer Can Pot Made With Aluminum Ring": 2011 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
79,978 views | Nov 02, 2011

X Lite Alcohol Stove How It s Made...

A look at how the X-Lite alcohol stove is made... You can also visit us at: Music Credits: "Zap Beat" by Kevin MacLeod @ Copyright 2012 - IntenseOutdoorGear - All Rights Reserved
75,826 views | Jan 30, 2012

DIY Axe Body Spray alcohol stove

Sorry, Another stove video. I was trying to think of something to do with my empty deodorant bottle. Always be careful with pressurized Music by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.
115,013 views | Feb 23, 2012


Created on November 29, 2011 using FlipShare.
145,680 views | Nov 29, 2011

How to make an alcohol stove for 1 dollar!

This is an alcohol stove that I made from an aluminum water bottle that I picked up at the dollar store. It is pretty sturdy and works pretty well. It takes a little bit of time to fully ignite, but once it it going it is pretty efficient.
526,334 views | Sep 01, 2011

How to make Chimney Jet alcohol stove

Difficult to cause thermal runaway than any other pressurized alcohol stove.
345,315 views | Mar 26, 2011

Alcohol Stove Side Slot Stove

No preheat a new side burner.This is what I arranged "Groove Stove" by LittleBitWorks.It is optimized for flat-type pot.予熱が不要なサイドバーナー。 LittleBitWorksさんのGoove Stoveをアレンジしてみました。
79,186 views | Aug 04, 2013


A multi-fuel, light weight, almost FREE stove that you can make with material found in almost every house. Great for hikingcamping and emergencies. (great project for anyone, but especially to do it with your kids)
81,432 views | Dec 21, 2012

Coke Can The Perfect Alcohol Stove cocacola ♻

The Perfect Alcohol Stove fornello ad alcol con lattina di cocacola - illy caffèMusica gratis da strumenti di creazione youtube Titolo: Earthy_CrustThe Warp Two alcohol stove come fare un fornello ad alcolHow to make my self priming, denatured alcohol stove, with integrated pot stand, from a single soda can. This is my own design. cocacola DIY alcohol stove for backpackers trying to keep the weight down and still have an excellent stove. Here i show how to make a cheap and efficiant alcohol burning stove, out of two pop cans beer can How to Choose an Alcohol Stove Part Two: Output, Capacity, & Efficiency How to make Rift Stove Rift stove is capillary powered and minimal sub-room type Open-Jet Alcohol Stove.Alcohol Stove, Best Camping Stove Design Çok pratik, yapması ve kullanması kolay, ucuz maliyetli ve güçlü ALKOLveya İSPİRTO OCAĞI YAPIMI. bir ispirto ocağını kendisi yapmak isteyenler buraya... Facebook: http:www.facebook.commilleaccendinifunpage Youtube: Sito: twitter:!milleaccendinit google plus: Instagram: http:instagram.commilleaccendiniDIY Rocket Stove soft air spot commercial fornello ad alcol autocostruito Playlist coke Survival Tips
148,119 views | Apr 23, 2014

DIY Gear 1 Alcohol Camp Stove

A DIY project from In this tutorial I go step by step through the process of making an alcohol camp stove out of a $1 water bottle you can pick up from many dollar stores. David's Passage is a blog I started to share my love of the outdoors with whoever is interested. Here is the original video where I got this idea from:
77,206 views | Mar 09, 2012

How to make Rift Stove

Rift stove is capillary powered and minimal sub-room type Open-Jet Alcohol Stove. A smaller sub-chamber(sub-room) reduce primer time of the Open-Jet. Idea of capillary came from Jonfong57-san. Idea of strip form skirt came from JSB-san.リフトストーブは、毛管現象を利用して副室を極小化したオープンジェット型(副室加圧型)アルコールストーブです。毛管現象のアイディアはJonfong57さんから、短冊状スカートのアイディアはJSBさんから来ています。I tested 10 or more pattern, but combination of 16 rift and 16 jet has the best balance. 10数種類の組み合わせを試験しましたが、16リフト16ジェットが最もバランスが良かったです。This system is very easy and effective than Vapor Turbo system. Try this!BGM information Artist : YOSHI Music : 収穫祭
1,282,483 views | Oct 06, 2012


This is the 2nd part in my WINTER SHELTER series. MISSION: A packable tent stove. RESULT: A 10 # tent stove for aprox 50 dollars made from an ammo can.
212,143 views | Mar 20, 2012

Alcohol Stove Tornado Cask Stove

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57,023 views | Sep 14, 2013

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