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    Default Have You Heard/Seen/Used Sidewinder Ti-Tri

    Anyone here on CPF know about this product Trail Designs Sidewinder Ti-Tri?
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    Default Re: Have You Heard/Seen/Used Sidewinder Ti-Tri

    Found Trail Designs Demo YouTube Video on said product:

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    Default Re: Have You Heard/Seen/Used Sidewinder Ti-Tri

    Saw this person's "test" on said product's fuel efficiency versus HIGH HEAT output (speed of bringing to boil).



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    Default Re: Have You Heard/Seen/Used Sidewinder Ti-Tri

    I guess it depends on the scenario. If you are only ever on the trail for two or three days, you probably won't have to worry about running out of fuel and the convenience of fast boiling might be preferred. For longer outings or situations where every ounce counts, you might be very concerned about how much fuel you are carrying/using and want something very efficient. Personally, I just want it fast as there is little chance of running out of fuel on 2-3 day hikes for me.

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    Default Re: Have You Heard/Seen/Used Sidewinder Ti-Tri

    Quote Originally Posted by nbp View Post
    I guess it depends on the scenario. If you are only ever on the trail for two or three days, you probably won't have to worry about running out of fuel and the convenience of fast boiling might be preferred. For longer outings or situations where every ounce counts, you might be very concerned about how much fuel you are carrying/using and want something very efficient. Personally, I just want it fast as there is little chance of running out of fuel on 2-3 day hikes for me.
    And if for longer outdoor camping/journeying/trekking adventures said product can use wood.
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    Default Re: Have You Heard/Seen/Used Sidewinder Ti-Tri

    I really like the sidewinder for convenience but as nbp stated for longer stats fuel is something to consider.

    I really like my Kelly kettle but once again it's not really an overnight setup.
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