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    Default FS - Zelph StarLyte Stove

    Features:


    • Aluminum body
    • Integrated stainless steel wire pot support
    • Spill-proof
    • Wicking material pulls the fuel upwards for a complete burn of fuel as compared to products like carbon felt and pink fiberglass insulation that just absorb the fuel and some of the fuel remains after flame out




    Technical:

    Dimensions: 2" (52mm) diameter x 1 7/8" (48mm) tall
    Weight: .5oz (14g)
    Capacity: 1oz (30ml)

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    Starlyte Stove

    $18.00 + $4.00 shipping U.S.A.

    http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/starlyte-stove.php




    Last edited by zelph; 08-07-2020 at 13:18.

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    I still have some in stock and also have the modified one also that has a smaller opening:

    http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/starlyte-stove.php

    http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/modifie...lyte-stove.php (modified)

    Technical:

    Dimensions: 2" (52mm) diameter x 1 7/8" (48mm) tall
    Weight: .5oz (14g)
    Capacity: 1oz (30ml)


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    Hello Mr. Zelph. Would you still have any of the starlyte bruner simmer rings in stock. I'm getting older and suddenly dry backing and a cup of coffee is sounding good.

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    Tomorrow I'll look around in the stove boxes to see if I can find some

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    Found one! I'll send you a link when I get a sale page made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremywerlin View Post
    Hello Mr. Zelph. Would you still have any of the starlyte bruner simmer rings in stock. I'm getting older and suddenly dry backing and a cup of coffee is sounding good.
    Ok, got the sale page made:

    http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/simmer-...lyte-golds.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelph View Post
    Oh I didn't know that was an option. Did that package for Maine leave already?
    “The man who goes alone can start today; but he who travels with another must wait until that other is ready...”~Henry David Thoreau

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    Many thank you's again for all your effort Dan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneStranger View Post
    Oh I didn't know that was an option. Did that package for Maine leave already?
    Yes, package is on it's way East. Hope USPS is getting better/faster with deliveries.

    Quote Originally Posted by jeremywerlin View Post
    Many thank you's again for all your effort Dan.
    Glad to be of service Jeremy :-). I had to make a few, couldn't find any.


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    Quick heads-up about the Simmer Ring for the Starlyte Burner. It fits the burner with the small ridge on the side of the container as seen in the photo. The burner also has a clear plastic lid. The original container came with a green lid.


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    Zelph-
    Do you have a recommended distance between the StarLyte Xl-3 Small Opening stove and the bottom of my pot? I'm using a 4" diameter 650 ml Toaks titanium pot and making a windscreen/pot support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimqpublic View Post
    Zelph-
    Do you have a recommended distance between the StarLyte Xl-3 Small Opening stove and the bottom of my pot? I'm using a 4" diameter 650 ml Toaks titanium pot and making a windscreen/pot support.
    Set it at 2" from top of burner to bottom of pot.

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    I now have more Starlyte Stoves made up, both the Modified and Regular.

    http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/starlyte-stove.php

    http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/modifie...lyte-stove.php

    XL3's small opening = http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/starlyt...ll-opening.php

    Starlyte Burners = http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/Starlyte-Burner.php

    Modified Starlyte Burners = http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/modifie...yte-burner.php

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    Zelph-
    Thanks! It worked great. I did three, 2 cup test boils at home and each was 12 minutes using an average of 14 grams of yellow Heet. This was in still air so now I will check out how well my windscreen blocks wind and how much extra fuel is needed in field conditions.

    I haven't been burning all the fuel. Is it safe to burn it dry or does that damage the absorbent material? Conversely does it damage the material to leave it capped with fuel for storage?

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    FWIW,I have always burned all the fuel out of my Starlytes.I'm interested in what Zelph will say about storing dry vs with fuel or if it really matters................

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