KentcraftPrepper 1: I made one of these last year, if you want the output better you need to
drill the 16 holes a little bit higher up, not much higher, but I noticed
yours are a bit too low, also if you only put 2 half holes in the bottom
with a small half round file you will get a far better burn, I boiled 2
cups of water in about 3 to 4 minutes, hope the constructed critesitium
(advice) helps. the rivets are to stop it seperating under pressure.
KentcraftPrepper 1: I used a hiking water bottle to make mine, ( thicker Alum ) works really
tectonicD: why can't anyone talk in these D.I.Y. campstove uploads? I would prefer an
explanation to go along with the demo rather than a copyright infringed
angel santos: what kind of alcohol ?
tjzx3432: 2nd class out of 20th. 1st being the best.
Edward Smith: Awesome video!! Thanks for sharing!! 5/5 ED
Boondoc ken: denatured alcohol..?
aokspage: A great instructional video. Good job. Nice stove
JoelThedude4u: Oh and one more thing: it seems you would be very good friends with a
Dremmel. ver smoother cutting and more capabilities, but you sure know how
to use tools.
Patrick Dyer: Side burners work terribly in wind
saarah sadaf: very nice video with measurements
Kwan Pang Leung: how long does this last?
tony tran: i really don't understand how the flames get oxygen after the pot has been
placed on top. someone please explain.
gotobansky: is anyone know if it can work with unleaded (car) gaz?
katiefan: Nice project! This is a design I have not yet tried. Anxious to get started
OrbitaL-S2D: and pliers is not plural. just like pants. but he said plier lol
SgtBegood: 5/5 greath job!! wanted to get the vargo titanium stove,i think i will
built one like your's in stead!THX!!!
captainpegs07: anyone know what size drill bit for the jets?
Delta8559272: what lighter are you using?
Tony Lou: This is very interesting job. Thank you for sharing. I have an idea that I
should make one for brewing my coffee with mocha pot at outdoor. Fun !
alonelygirl15: that is so freaking cool!
ShoeManShoe68: Best I have seen! Thank you and keep it up
Andy Thompson: Here's one just like it reviewed by Tinny over two years ago that did come
from a manufacturer. It's polished, too. watch?v=BYjn8Urk7YA
Dabnabbit1991: Some get that man a de-buring tool for his birthday.
fergzzag: wow your master de alcohol stove
Hungerth: perfect how-to thank you :)
mdf072: @thenofxer use epoxy like JB weld
katiefan: I am thinking about using a fuel filter body to make my next one.
TheHaalex: I actually have one of those sitting on the desk in front of me right now :
Justin DiPlacido: audioswap needs better music! other than that its great
chinnmusic: very nice production How much of that inverted top section can you hammer
in before it will split the bottom section? About 1/8th or a 1/4 inch?
pannierrack: Nice, but....where is the air rintake?? I mean when you put the stove
immediately on the top, you kind of stop the air intake from above....??
When I put a pan on my Trangia, it blocks the airintake... Thanks,
aaron willis: Very nice vid- really well explained and i liked the diagrams --- are the
rivets really needed? i see a lot without them
Ginny Vicente-Cuevas: Amazing!!
DesertFernweh: Great Job!!, do you have to use rivets?
thenofxer: By far the best vid i have seen on this project. Every one else ramble with
out script. bla bla bla just make the damn thig all ready... My main
problem is no rivet gun or any tools really haha. Keep up the awesome!!
JoelThedude4u: @dragoninfire123 comes in a box of 6 at the gas station not sold
David Lee: go search the website from google and then enter it from google, you can't
access the website by typing in the url cuz prob you live in united states
Tyson Nightingale: Haha, fancy video for a ghetto object! The burner was cool though, I
respect how resourceful it is.
Jose Linayo: This alcohol jet stove is the best I've seen is the number one
coolkid14432: it will work if u want it 2 blow up
H2OValdez: Thank you!!! :)
JMEBF: It's cool,.. I'll try it !!!
PowerCat0: When the alcohol boils, it emits alcohol vapours. Educated guess would say
that the already lit fire coming out of the hole keeps the vapour warm and
firey, therefore just keeping alit.
angel santos: can u use gasoline on it???
Chris Lee: Excellent video, just made myself one of these from an old alloy canteen.
Took about 30 minutes and works a treat. Heated a tin of beans to piping
hot in about a minute and a half and heated 2 mugs of water in about 2
minutes. Many thanks for this most excellent tutorial.
nolobede: Miles Davis... Made me watch the whole thing.