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Thread: Jet biol vs msr

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonebush View Post
    Just curious - what is the story?
    She put up a fund, about one million dollars, which paid a bounty to agricultural workers if they reported their employers for acts of animal cruelty. Which the idea is a good thing. But she made no provision for any come back on the employee if their claim was proved to be false. Basically paying disgruntled employees to drag their employer through the court for no reason. All because she is anti farming.
    Overkill is still dead.

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    good enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmwsm View Post
    Serious edit required.
    Sorry Bivouac. It's Katmandu I won't shop at due to it's founder.
    To be fair, you should probably also not shop at kathmandu because the gear is over priced shite.
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    Ive had the jet boil for years, never had an issue
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    i got a h&f voucher for my birthday so decided to pick on of these up today since i was in the market for one. And technically it cost me nothing. again i think its just another cheap china copy version on the market. as long as it boils water and not blow up, i'll be happy.
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    I have the jet boil flash. Awsome and simple. Its big enough to boil water for your back country meal and still have enough hot water for a hot drink after. I usually only stay out 1 or 2 nights max so living on just back country cuisine meals (main hot food) is not a problem for that long.
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    Another option is the MSR Reactor. This unit has some serious grunt. I have a few different cookers and this hands down is the best.
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    Bush buck have a sale on their cooker, pretty good value at $89https://bushbuckoutdoors.com/collections/camping-stoves-gas-cookers-camping-cookware/products/bushbuck-spitfire-jet-cooker .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brakelie View Post
    Bush buck have a sale on their cooker, pretty good value at $89https://bushbuckoutdoors.com/collections/camping-stoves-gas-cookers-camping-cookware/products/bushbuck-spitfire-jet-cooker .
    Most of their stuff just seems to be rebranded Chinese gear that you can usually get a lot cheaper direct from aliexpress.

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    Love the simplicity of my msr pocket rocket. 1 or 2 nights with that a couple back country’s and a pot is happy days
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    I've had both, I sold the Jetboil and got the MSR for one main reason, build quality and reliability. I've got and have had tonnes of MSR gear and its top notch. Like the others say the MSR doesn't have a auto ignitor but you're going to carry an lighter anyway.

    I really don't think theres much in it... I just prefer MSR gear.

 

 

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