Baosity Detachable Backpack Alcohol Stove Cross Stand Rack Split

Baosity Detachable Backpack Alcohol Stove Cross Stand Rack Split

Baosity Detachable Backpack Alcohol Stove Cross Stand Rack Split

Baosity Detachable Backpack Alcohol Stove Cross Stand Rack Split:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. I was very optimistic when ordering this as it seemed to be a much lighter design than I have personally made for my spirit stoves and also not block the center area of the stoves. While those designs are stable enough, you can't use a simmer ring at all and have to remove it to snuff out the flames.I was thinking this would allow me to use the simmer ring and/or snuff out the stove to save the extra fuel once the cooking is done. The design actually does not allow for you to add the simmer ring after it is going. In fact, I had to assemble the stand and sort of finagle the stove into it before sliding the two pieces into their slots. It just doesn't work as well as as it should.The other concern I have but haven't been able to do longevity testing on it yet is that the arms and parts of the stand are so thin, long and potentially susceptible to bending or breaking. I get that lightweight is a trade-off but it seems this stand would need special consideration during packing to keep it from being easily bent.As far as being a stand to put pots on, it works well. The slots are a little larger than needed so the arms are a little floppy side to side. But, once you put weight on it, it becomes fairly sturdy. Since it's a spirit stove stand, you're not normally going to add a huge amount of weight on top. It will serve quite well for that.I will keep it and possibly use it more but it is VERY difficult to get the snuffer cap on once the stove is lit. And for that, I rate it as low as I have.albuquerque mall,max 86% off,dallas mallBaosity Detachable Backpack Alcohol Stove Cross Stand Rack Split
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  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Size: approx. 10.5*8 cm / 4.13*3.15 inch
  • Environmentally friendly. Conducive to air circulation and full combustion.
  • The base can support the kettle, the pot and so on. It would quicken your cooking
  • Material: Stainless Steel
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Welcome to our store. If you love Sports and Outdoor Activities ,we will provide what you want, and give your much surprise.


Description:

- Sturdy, well built, Cross Stand for Alcohol Stove/Spirit Burner
- Practical, detachable and lightweight, easy to use and carry
- Environmentally friendly. Conducive to air circulation and full combustion.
- The base can support the kettle, the pot and so on. It would quicken your cooking
- Perfect for camping, hunting, hiking, picnic, backpacking, fishing and other outdoor cooking activities

Specification:

- Material: Stainless Steel
- Size: approx. 10.5*8 cm / 4.13*3.15 inch

Package Includes:

1 × Alcohol Stove Cross Stand

Note:

Please allow slightly difference due to manual measurement

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Baosity Detachable Backpack Alcohol Stove Cross Stand Rack Split

Baosity Detachable Backpack Alcohol Stove Cross Stand Rack Split

Baosity Detachable Backpack Alcohol Stove Cross Stand Rack Split:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. I was very optimistic when ordering this as it seemed to be a much lighter design than I have personally made for my spirit stoves and also not block the center area of the stoves. While those designs are stable enough, you can't use a simmer ring at all and have to remove it to snuff out the flames.I was thinking this would allow me to use the simmer ring and/or snuff out the stove to save the extra fuel once the cooking is done. The design actually does not allow for you to add the simmer ring after it is going. In fact, I had to assemble the stand and sort of finagle the stove into it before sliding the two pieces into their slots. It just doesn't work as well as as it should.The other concern I have but haven't been able to do longevity testing on it yet is that the arms and parts of the stand are so thin, long and potentially susceptible to bending or breaking. I get that lightweight is a trade-off but it seems this stand would need special consideration during packing to keep it from being easily bent.As far as being a stand to put pots on, it works well. The slots are a little larger than needed so the arms are a little floppy side to side. But, once you put weight on it, it becomes fairly sturdy. Since it's a spirit stove stand, you're not normally going to add a huge amount of weight on top. It will serve quite well for that.I will keep it and possibly use it more but it is VERY difficult to get the snuffer cap on once the stove is lit. And for that, I rate it as low as I have.albuquerque mall,max 86% off,dallas mallBaosity Detachable Backpack Alcohol Stove Cross Stand Rack Split