Jul 212016
 

This is a super lightweight, ultralite, multi-fuel, backpacking stove that can also be used for hiking, camping, bushcraft, survival, prepper. It is made of titanium which is stronger than metal but lighter than metal. It fits inside the gsi minimalist pot giving you a complete cook system that is lightweight, able to burn biomass, alcohol, or esbit tablets. This makes it very versatile.  I demonstrate cooking with esbit / hexamine (used by the military)

Jul 212016
 

This is a super lightweight, ultralite, multi-fuel, backpacking stove that can also be used for hiking, camping, bushcraft, survival, prepper. It is made of titanium which is stronger than metal but lighter than metal. It fits inside the gsi minimalist pot giving you a complete cook system that is lightweight, able to burn biomass, alcohol, or esbit tablets. This makes it very versatile.  I demonstrate cooking with alcohol (Heet fuel line antifreeze or denatured alcohol such as Klean Strip Green)

Jul 212016
 

This is a super lightweight, ultralite, multi-fuel, backpacking stove that can also be used for hiking, camping, bushcraft, survival, prepper. It is made of titanium which is stronger than metal but lighter than metal. It fits inside the gsi minimalist pot giving you a complete cook system that is lightweight, able to burn biomass, alcohol, or esbit tablets. This makes it very versatile.  I demonstrate cooking with biomass (sticks, twigs, leaves, ground cover, etc)

Jul 212016
 

This is a super lightweight, ultralite, multi-fuel, backpacking stove that can also be used for hiking, camping, bushcraft, survival, prepper. It is made of titanium which is stronger than metal but lighter than metal. It fits inside the gsi minimalist pot giving you a complete cook system that is lightweight, able to burn biomass, alcohol, or esbit tablets. This makes it very versatile.

Nov 032011
 

You should see part 1 and part 2 of this series to get up to date with what is happening with my e-cigarette quest.  You can also see part 4: the flavor quest and part 5: traceable cost

Since I was saving so much money on e-cigs, I decided to order a better kit with much longer battery life (so they claimed).  Also, since I was totally happy and had confirmed that modern vapors customer service was simply awesome, I was obviously going to continue doing business with them.

I ordered the Lux kit, which included these items:

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Oct 242011
 

Also see:
Part 1: Why?

Part 3: Modern Vapor – My Second Kit

Part 4: The Flavor Challenge

Part 5: Traceable Costs

While doing all this research into electronic cigarettes, I had identified one online store that seemed to always come up in e-cig conversations.  Everyone seemed to praise their customer service, satisfaction, and quality of products, and their prices was actually a little cheaper than most places.  This place is Modern Vapor. I decided on Oct 24, 2011 to place my order.  I ordered the largest sidesho kit they offered, because I only do the best.  I also ordered a bottle of e-juice and some prefilled cartridges.  My total order cost me roughly $150 with shipping.

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