Trail Designs Sidewinder Stove with Inferno


This is what you getThis is what you get

On first inspection it doesn't look much for your 170 quid but things are deceptive. In fact it not looking much is what it's all about.

In this bag and box you have the capability of cooking using alcohol, solid fuel and wood and the option of a great little camp fire without making a mess.

All this for less than 190g if you have the Toaks 900ml pot.

Here it is unpackedHere it is unpacked

This is what you get:
The Sidewinder Cone
Inferno Cone
Inferno Grate
Inferno Grate Stand
Leave no trace floor
Alcohol stove -zelph for the Toaks 900ml pot or 12-10 for Toaks 1350ml pot
Gram Cracker
Solid Fuel
Toaks titanium pot with bag
Pegs
Fuel Bottle
Instructions
Here's what it looks like in your potHere's what it looks like in your pot

All this fits inside your pot except the bottle and the pegs.

The fuel bottle can fit inside the sidwinder cone if you're not using the inferno, but it's always best to keep the fuel outside your pot because it's pretty stinky and nasty.

Here's the options you've got.
Solid Fuel ConfigurationSolid Fuel Configuration
For this all you need is

The sidewinder cone,
The pot
The gram cracker
Gram cracker floor
Solid fuel

Slide the sides in the gram cracker, put the fuel inside, light it and put the sidewinder and pot on top. Done.
Alcohol Stove ConfigurationAlcohol Stove Configuration
For this all you need is

The sidewinder cone,
The pot
The alcohol stove (Zelph stove shown here)
Leave no trace floor
Fuel Bottle
Measurer
White spirit

Tip 15ml of fuel into the stove, light with a match or lighter, put the sidewinder and pot on top. Ready to go.
Wood Burning ConfigurationWood Burning Configuration
For this all you need is

The sidewinder cone,
The pot
Inferno Cone
Inferno Grate
Inferno Grate Stand
Leave no trace floor
Some wood

Tip 15ml of fuel into the stove, light with a match or lighter, put the sidewinder and pot on top. Ready to go.
Using the InfernoUsing the Inferno
Using the inferno is easy

Clip the inferno cone together, it's used the opposite way up to the sidewinder cone. Clip the Inferno Grate Stand together and shape into a circle. Put it in the bottom of the inferno cone. Place the Inferno Grate on top.

Now all you need to do is put some wood in there, with maybe some paper to get it going.
Once the flames are established, insert the pegs into the top holes on the sidewinder cone to lift the pot higher and put the cone and pot on top of the flames.

Keep the pot handle away from the usual handle hole because sometimes flames can come out and also the hole is useful to add more wood.

Three Stoves in one
Here's a great video on how to use the sidewinder from Rand Lindsly.
Trail Designs Sidewinder VideoTrail Designs Sidewinder Video

Trail Design's Rand Lindsly demonstrates how to use the Sidewinder System

Trail Designs Sidewinder with Inferno VideoTrail Designs Sidewinder with Inferno Video

Trail Design's Rand Lindsly demonstrates how to use the Inferno. The first part of the video shows how to use the sidewinder without the inferno. This is an option but the whole wood burning system works better with the inferno (not just saying that to make you spend more, it's true.)


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