Large Titanium weight

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Large Titanium weight

Postby wjackson » Thu Jun 15, 2017 7:09 am

On the comparison page the large Ti stove is listed as 30 oz "Assembled Weight(Incldes Damper / Legs / +Storage Bag)" https://seekoutside.com/titanium-wood-stoves/

Meanwhile on the product page, it is listed as 35 oz for "Damper, Legs, Hardware, and Storage bag" https://seekoutside.com/titanium-wood-stove-large/

I'm trying to understand the difference between those weights ("hardware", which is not listed in the assembled weight) or if this is just a mistake/typo. What is the actual assembled weight for the large Ti stove? Also, do you have the weight of the storage bag? From photos & video it looks fairly robust (read: heavy).

I'm trying to compare with another brand, and trying to make it as apples to apples as I can. I prefer the design of the SeekOutside, but I'm trying to understand the weight difference (the SO appears to be heavier).
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Re: Large Titanium weight

Postby kevin_t » Mon Jun 19, 2017 10:42 am

We will be heavier than any cylinder, but far more functional. As for box, we will be lighter than anyone else as a guide.

I'll have to double check weights .. but the weights should be accurate and recently updated.
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Re: Large Titanium weight

Postby wjackson » Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:36 am

Thanks for checking on this.

Agreed on the functionality vs. cylinders... I'm just trying to figure out exactly what the weight difference is. If the stove is only 30 oz (per the comparison page) including the bag, the difference is negligible considering the functionality. If the weight is more like 35oz, it is still a small difference but it is enough for me to think about a cylinder plus optionally packing an isopro stove for cooking.
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Re: Large Titanium weight

Postby kevin_t » Wed Jun 21, 2017 5:58 am

wjackson wrote:Thanks for checking on this.

Agreed on the functionality vs. cylinders... I'm just trying to figure out exactly what the weight difference is. If the stove is only 30 oz (per the comparison page) including the bag, the difference is negligible considering the functionality. If the weight is more like 35oz, it is still a small difference but it is enough for me to think about a cylinder plus optionally packing an isopro stove for cooking.



I believe those numbers are correct and recently reweighed.

There may be some discrepancy based on hardware and rings. We provide more than needed as for nuts etc.

Thanks
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Re: Large Titanium weight

Postby wjackson » Wed Jun 21, 2017 8:43 am

So just to be clear, the 5oz difference is for extra hardware? So the actual assembled weight is 30 oz, including the bag, plus the stove pipe?

Thanks!
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Re: Large Titanium weight

Postby ktimm » Wed Jun 21, 2017 11:17 am

Stove with hardware and damper just weighed at shop is 29 ounces bag is 3.5


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Re: Large Titanium weight

Postby wjackson » Wed Jun 21, 2017 8:32 pm

Thanks!
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