Its the idea of a good collapsibe fire pan that is of interest, a red flyer aint going to fit in my kayak yo!It appears to be made of sheet metal. I don't see where it specifies the guage of the metal, but I'd be concerned that lightweight sheet metal would warp and/or burn through. And if it really does have vent holes in the bottom, it is useless as a fire pan.
Check out this idea from a recent fire pan thread. Looks pretty interesting.Its the idea of a good collapsibe fire pan that is of interest, a red flyer aint going to fit in my kayak yo!
True....Now that I think about it, the fire blanket instructions do say to build your fire on a 1-2 inch mound of soil. Not sure about the off-gassing aspect?I wouldnt build a fire directly on a blAnket for worry it will give off gases or otherwise deteriorate
The Wild Goose stuff was really awesome. I was hoping for some of his oar towers. When I talked to Alexis, he said the problem was that in order for him to make any money at all (or break even) on his products he would have to charge a lot more money than what he was charging. I think he's still working on ways to make some innovative stuff, but keep the cost down. I hope we see more of him and his cool gear.. Ocassionally something very interesting comes out, like the wild goose engineering stuff, too bad the gusy seams to be a horrible bisness man (based on my attempt to procure some of his fittings). Anyway, just trying to stir the pot of inovation.