Cooking | Lynx Axe Can Alcohol Stove | Lynx Axe Can Alcohol

Cooking (0.13 seconds)

Get email alerts with latest cooking tips via email
(You can cancel email alerts at anytime.)

Lynx Axe Can Alcohol Stove

From Youtube.com - Posted: Apr 27, 2012 - 122,183 views
Cooking | Lynx Axe Can Alcohol Stove | Lynx Axe Can Alcohol Stove
Lynx Axe Can Alcohol Stove
Lynx Axe Can Alcohol Stove
Duration: 06 minute 01 seconds 
Play Cooking Video
My attempt at making intense angler's design Axe can alcohol stove.Inspired by http:www.youtube.comwatch?v=93Gq_nxZmXw&feature=g-hist
(Source: youtube.com).
speed up the downloads
Like to get lastest cooking tips everyday!
More:

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 containers.http:www.theoutdooradventure.net Music by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.
121,303 views | Feb 23, 2012
cooking

DIY How To Make An AXE Can Alcohol Stove

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.
169,210 views | Apr 20, 2012
cooking

DT 812 Adjustable Copper Coil Alcohol Stove

Here's my ultimate stove. It's an Adjustable Copper Coil Stove, a very complicated stove to build, it took me 5 stove failures to finally perfect what i have in mind and my goals in this particular stove, so i hope you will enjoy watching the product of my labor and some sleepless nights. Now i can reproduce this stove. Check out also my new Alcohol Lantern http:www.youtube.comwatch?v=xOiQFMhoqMM
65,527 views | Jul 23, 2012
cooking

Copper Coil Stove

First and most likely last attempt at making a copper coil alcohol stove.
57,611 views | Aug 03, 2012
cooking

MONSTER CAN STOVE

Created on November 29, 2011 using FlipShare.
151,105 views | Nov 29, 2011
cooking

How To Make A Rolled Edge Aluminum Bottle 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 episode we tackle another simple, yet cool stove project... how to make a rolled-edge alcohol stove from an aluminum beer bottle. This lightweight, yet sturdy alcohol stove is relatively easy to make and is ultra reliable. The aluminum bottle stove's double-wall design and rolled-edge make for a sturdy and efficient alcohol stove for ultralight and lightweight backpacking. Best of all... it's free! Also included in this "how to" video are instructions for how to make a die that will not only create the rolled-edge effect for this stove, but allow you to make multiple stoves in the future. Hope you enjoy! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *CLOSED* I have more alcohol stoves than I know what to do with, so as part of this video we will be doing an "incognito" giveaway of the stove built for this episode. 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 a week or so and get this cool little alcohol stove out to someone. Thanks for playin' along ;-) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You can connect with me over on Facebook by following the link below if you're so inclined. Been posting exclusive vids, "behind the scenes" footage, outdoor pics, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http:www.facebook.compagesIntenseAngler-Outdoors184414338275552?sk=wall ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Credits: "Hot Rock" by Kevin MacLeod @ Incomtech.com "Manson Eyes" by Richard Weaver & Alan Boyd Graphics by Devon McKay * All use granted by the direct permission of creator or under The Creative Commons License - Attribution 3.0 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
536,748 views | Sep 08, 2012
cooking

The RUCAS Repurposed Ultralight Compact Alcohol Stove

The RUCAS is sold on eBay under seller id: Wheelie_Pete You can ask questions and find out about special offers better pricing (and international sales) if you contact me directly at: RUCAS-Stoves@hotmail.comMade from a repurposed extruded aluminum beverage bottle, the RUCAS is primarily a stove for boiling water. The ultralight, incredibly strong, and compact design lends itself to backpacking where weight, space, and durability are premium qualities. As with any backpacker stove, the use of a windscreen of some kind is recommended to increase stove efficiency and protect the burner flame from being blown out. Unlike most stove makers who send a cheap tin-foil windscreen with their stoves, I choose to include a high-quality fuel bottle. Anyone can make an effective windscreen (you can go watch my video on how to make one for $1), but finding a good bottle for transporting alcohol can be a chore.The RUCAS is sold on eBay under seller id: Wheelie_Pete You can ask questions and find out about special offerspricing (and international sales) if you contact me directly at: RUCAS-Stoves@hotmail.com
75,321 views | Feb 26, 2012
cooking

How to make Vapor Turbo Alcohol Stove digest

This is how to video of my previous stove. http:www.youtube.comwatch?v=OaiYimNjM6Q Different sizes of cans, the basic structure is the same.
567,571 views | Oct 27, 2011
cooking

ULTRA Compact Pocket Stove With Built in Pot Stand!

Stove Secrets (E5) - How to make an ultra compact, portable, and highly efficient alcohol stove that easily fits in your pocket, and even features a built-in pot stand that is detachable and packs away conveniently inside the stove. Made from a Nivea Cream container and a couple of common items found at your local hardware store, this little homemade alcohol stove is a quick and easy build for the average Do-It-Yourself enthusiast. It's capabilities can easily extend beyond a cheap, effecient lightweight backpacking stove, to applications such as: emergency use, inclusion in a survival kit, or simply an inexpensive DIY camp stove for the budget minded individual. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- "Stove Secrets" - Alcohol stove builds, tips, tricks, and secrets for the true DIY gear junkie. No fancy or expensive tools & machinery required! - Episode 5 - ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for taking the time to hit the "Like" button and for sharing this video... it really helps out the channel my friends :) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Stove Specs & Stats: Weight - .6 ounces (16 grams) Dimensions - 12" x 2 14" Fuel Capacity - 1 ounce Boil Time - 5 minutes (2 cups) Total Burn Time - 9 minutesPartsItems Needed: 1 Nivea Cream Container ($1.00) 3 Aluminum Threaded Post wScrew - 1 12" ($0.88 each) 3 Hex Nuts - #8-32 ($1.08 per pack) Carbon Felt - 3" x 6" ($2.00) *Carbon feltfiber is typically sold in bulk & can be expensive. If you need a small section for this project please feel free to contact me via PM :) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Due to the interest in the previous giveaway, I will be giving away 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 "Martin Hunley" on being randomly selected as the winner from the last episode of "Stove Secrets" :-) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Related Links:"How To Make A Wood Gas Stove - Compact & Effecient" http:www.youtube.comwatch?v=BxODae_BS74"How To Make A V-8 Alcohol Stove" http:www.youtube.comwatch?v=4pzqAQiZcSI"How To Make A Rolled-Edge Aluminum Bottle Stove" http:www.youtube.comwatch?v=us7AeG7OEY4 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Music By: Jason Shaw @ Audionautix.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2013 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
201,906 views | Oct 09, 2013
cooking

How to Make an Eagle Alcohol Stove

Special thanks to Jinnvisable.
141,822 views | Aug 12, 2009
cooking

Stove Secrets How To Make A V 8 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 first video of our small series we tackle a simple stove project... how to make a double walled alcohol stove from a couple of V-8 cans. This lightweight alcohol stove is super easy to make and works like a champ... a definite step up from the "penny can" stoves that most of us DIY hacks have thrown together. The V8 stove's double-wall design makes for a sturdy and efficient little alcohol stove for ultralight and lightweight backpacking. Best of all... it's free! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music by Kevin MacLeod @ Incomtech.com Graphics by Devon McKay ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved
283,820 views | Aug 08, 2012
cooking

Home Made Pocket Camp Stove Updated!

This is the newer version (some minor changes) of my pocket camp stove that was featured on Instructables at: http:www.instructables.comidPocket-Sized-Camp-Stove-The-Improved-quotPenny-
868,517 views | Jul 15, 2009
cooking

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.
552,983 views | Sep 01, 2011
cooking

1 Making a small alcohol stove for a snowpeak

This is a video about the process I went through to make a stove for my Snowpeak 700. I have many stoves that work well, but some are too big for the smaller diameter of the pot I use. I wanted a stove that required no pot stand and a stove that didnt heat the handles up to the point where I couldnt touch it. This video shows making and using this new stove.
46,145 views | Dec 31, 2010
cooking

How to My Jet Stove, Proto 1

Burns for 11:35 on high mode with 12 oz. denatured alcohol or HEET. Passive air induction with intake control arm. 42 grams (1.5 oz.) weight. 65mm X 55mm measurements. Can reduce weight by using aluminum for the primer panretention plate instead of steel. Can increase airflow with more intake 14" holes. Assembly and flame test.
53,113 views | Dec 16, 2008
cooking

Penny Alcohol Backpacking Stove

How I make a variation of the popular aluminum can backpacking stove. I used a similar stove on a 3 day hiking trip with my wife and 1 year old daughter. It worked as well as the expensive backpacking stoves my friends had brought. Please leave your feedback.http:www.theoutdooradventure.netMark Jurey makes, in my opinion, one of the best stoves out there and has compared it with others. His instructions, explication, results and design can be found at his website: http:www.jureystudio.compennystove
475,048 views | Dec 13, 2010
cooking

Disclaimer: Cooking-Library.Com is a Food and Cooking search engine that indexing and organizing articles on the web. Everyday 100+ new guides, tips, experiences to improve your cooking skills.

© 2014 - Cooking-Library.Com