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How to make the Monad Stove

How to make the Monad Stove. Its a simple very strong stove that will last for a long time. There are many different types of pot stands you can make but I chose to make a super easy cool 3 pice pot stand!

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 minor refinements creating the most efficient burn.
nice looking flame pattern.
How long would lets say 100 mils of fuel last?
how much fuel do you use to brew up a pot of coffee?
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 Thank you, its a hot little stove! WOW 100ml would last a long time, 30ml will usually burn for about 15-20 minutes. For a pot of coffee, I maybe only use about 15ml which will burn for about 7-8 minutes. Its good to know you stove before you go out in the mountains so that you can use just enough fuel.
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 Dude...excellent work! But for me it takes to long to build all the stuff together...I give up Smile
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 Thank you dude! But, please don't give up! hahahhahahha Its fun when in pure concentration, if I was just making a stove like this and not filming it takes no more than 20 minutes!
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 hahahaha for you 20 minutes Wink
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 Yes, 20 fun minutes while my mind is happy and full of lofty joy!
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 Thanks niko, SUCCESS ,at last. Made one after numerous attempts. I was so drunk, though..
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 hahahaha don't get too drunk! I was super blazed in this video but still was able to make a great stove. So how did your come out bro? I would like to see!
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 I will make one more that doesn't look as monkeyish. By numerous attempts, I meant 8 beers but I think I should be able to do a nice one with a six pack.
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 hahahhhaha Ok cool! Good luck buddy! I too had a couple of good beers last night!
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 Interesting how you create that second/double wall. Very precise work, all of it. Great video, really enjoyed watching it.
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 Thank you very much Cariboo! I love trying to create new things with new ideas, then using these while biking and camping is always a blast!
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 your stove is great,thanks for sharing this!
I hurt my RC car at the test drive,need a new chassis,your kid can teach me alot lol
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 Thank you buddy! hashahhha We love our RC's right now! Super fun! I wish you luck with your RC dude!
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 Excellent video! Great flame pattern, thanks matey Smile
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 Thank you matey! This is a top burner with a beautiful twisting flame with only 8 jets so it burns hot but very efficient. I like tinkering!
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 Very interesting, have to try it, mid ride coffee/tea sounds great. Or a steak lol
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 hhahahaha Yes, a little coffee or tea along with a nice steak, Yum Yum! Trail Side Goodness!
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 Nice to see how you are still building and improving your little stoves. I'm very happy with the ones I got from you.
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 Thank you very much! Your stoves are most likely getting very old now!
This new stove is much stronger and will last a long time! Im always thinking and rebuilding on new ideas, however this stove here is perfect, is burns long and hot so its a very fuel efficient stove. Are you in the need of some new stoves?
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 I'm going to tell you when I've used them up, but I'd rather try to build my own.
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 Oh yes, trying to build your own is very fun! The last 2 build videos I did should give you a good idea!
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 That's was very cool, and super creative! Great job
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 Thank you buddy! I like to create and have fun with new toys! hahhhah
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 very nice! What was that fuel? How much do you normally carry on a ride?
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 The fuel is 100% alcohol, either methanol cheep or ethanol more expensive.
Methanol is a wood alcohol so it can't be drunk or used as disinfectant but its makes an awesome fuel that burns very clean, no smell or residue left behind so burning indoors is even not a problem.
The reason alcohol stoves are so great as the stove, pot stand are just grams barley nothing compared to carrying a butane canister. For an over night camp, I will usually make 3-4 meals and I carry about 6 ounces which is more than enough with some left over. For a day ride, meaning just lunch an ounce of fuel is all you need to cook some food and boil some water for coffee or tea. So, very light. In the US you can buy alcohol in the form of "denatured alcohol" or "heet" in the yellow bottle. Im not sure what you have to buy in Canada, but Im very sure any camping store would know. Its a lot of fun to just relax and have a cup of coffee while out on a ride! That was my first inspiration to get this kind of system started.
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 nice font & motion !
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 Thank you buddy! I like to see beautiful motions in life!
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 Creative! I'm impressed
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 Thank you brother! I love making and evolving new things!

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