PowerPot uses cooking heat to power campers’ devices!
As many of the comments say, this is a cool idea, but its kind of bulky and a solar panel could realistically be more portable and generate nearly the same amount of electricity.
It’s cool though right?
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PowerPot uses cooking heat to power campers’ devices!

As many of the comments say, this is a cool idea, but its kind of bulky and a solar panel could realistically be more portable and generate nearly the same amount of electricity.

It’s cool though right?

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HAMMOCK TENT - Safari Deluxe Asym Zip - $239.95
3 lbs 14 oz / 1760 g
Height Limit: 7’ tall / 213 cm   Weight Limit: 350 lbs / 159 kg

The Safari Deluxe Classic has a bottom entry and velcro closure.  The Sarari Deluxe has a side entrance and zipper closure.
The Safari Deluxe was developed for people who like really big hammocks. This is our deepest, widest and most comfortable hammock for larger people or even for cozy couples whose combined weight does not exceed 350 lbs / 160 kg. This model includes a double wide hex shaped fly. Ideal for hunting, car camping, boat camping, out at the cottage or in the back yard.
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HAMMOCK TENT - Safari Deluxe Asym Zip - $239.95

3 lbs 14 oz / 1760 g

Height Limit: 7’ tall / 213 cm   Weight Limit: 350 lbs / 159 kg

The Safari Deluxe Classic has a bottom entry and velcro closure.  The Sarari Deluxe has a side entrance and zipper closure.

The Safari Deluxe was developed for people who like really big hammocks. This is our deepest, widest and most comfortable hammock for larger people or even for cozy couples whose combined weight does not exceed 350 lbs / 160 kg. This model includes a double wide hex shaped fly. Ideal for hunting, car camping, boat camping, out at the cottage or in the back yard.

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The cramp ball is a fungus which is quite easy to indentify, even for the beginner, and they can be found on dead wood, especially Ash, and they range in size from about that of a marble to the size of a small plate. They have been used for centuries to carry fire, which not only saved time, but it also saves the amount of calories expended, which is exceptionally important in times of survival.
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The cramp ball is a fungus which is quite easy to indentify, even for the beginner, and they can be found on dead wood, especially Ash, and they range in size from about that of a marble to the size of a small plate. They have been used for centuries to carry fire, which not only saved time, but it also saves the amount of calories expended, which is exceptionally important in times of survival.

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Fabulous boxed Bush Craft Knife and Fire Steel set
Wooden Handled Stainless Steel Sheath knife
Highlander Branded jaguar knife
Sharp stainless steel blade
Rosewood handle
Ergonomic contoured grip
Tough leather sheath with belt loop
Includes a spark stick / Fire Steel
Lanyard loops
Lovely gift or for yourself!
Ideal for bush craft, survival etc
Blade length 9.5cm approx

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  • Fabulous boxed Bush Craft Knife and Fire Steel set
  • Wooden Handled Stainless Steel Sheath knife
  • Highlander Branded jaguar knife
  • Sharp stainless steel blade
  • Rosewood handle
  • Ergonomic contoured grip
  • Tough leather sheath with belt loop
  • Includes a spark stick / Fire Steel
  • Lanyard loops
  • Lovely gift or for yourself!
  • Ideal for bush craft, survival etc
  • Blade length 9.5cm approx

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Beautiful bushcraft set.
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Beautiful bushcraft set.

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BioLite CampStove USB Charger, amazing!

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BioLite CampStove USB Charger, amazing!

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BioLite CampStove & USB Charger that gains electrical charge by fire!! THIS IS A MUST HAVE!

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How to make a snare (little details)

You will need about 2 feet of .024 or .025 brass, copper or stainless steel wire.

The first step is to make a loop in each end of the snare. One loop is slightly larger than the other.



Twist the large loop so you make a figure 8. This is the part nearly everyone leaves out.



Bend the figure 8 over onto itself so you have a double loop. This double loop serves as the lock. You will not loose an animal using this lock!



Next, slip the smaller loop through the double loop lock.



Attach some type of cordage to the smaller loop. This is another important step. The cordage prevents the animal from twisting and breaking the wire. The type of cordage is up to you. I’ve used some paracord sheath for this demo but you can use natural cordage if you choose as long as it is strong enough to retain the animal. The length of cordage will depend on how far it is to the anchor.



That’s all there is to it. Remember the double loop lock. That’s an important piece. A single loop can and will lose an animal. The double loop lock will not.

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