Colorado Skottle and Camp Stove

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I have recently started a “COVID Side Hustle” making camp stoves and skottles that target us Jeep owners and overlanders. I am selling them on Etsy for now and initial reviews are strong. Here is the link. Thanks for looking

https://www.etsy.com/shop/CampOverland?ref=seller-platform-mcnav

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Looks great. What kind of bag does it come with? Have any pictures of it stowed?
 
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Looks great. What kind of bag does it come with? Have any pictures of it stowed?
I do not have it in a bag. I figure most have containers that they already take that it can store in. Here is it broken down in the back of my Jeep.

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The looks awesome, definitely like the price. I was looking into TemboTusk but ar this price it seems like the better option.
 
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I was all over this till I saw the shipping cost to Canada :(
Yep sorry. Probably was $100 to ship to Canada right? I have sold one north of the border. Thanks for looking.

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The looks awesome, definitely like the price. I was looking into TemboTusk but ar this price it seems like the better option.
Good deal. I am going for a bit more flexibility than Tembo. The Skottle sits a top the burner so when it is taken off the burner can be used for a coffee pot, a pot of soup or for any anything else. Thanks for looking

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Where were you 6 months ago??? I bought a Tempo Tusk. Yours looks every bit as nice. The Shottle is by far my favorite cooking tool. And the only cooking thing I take camping with me. You can cook anything on a skottle.

I wish you the best success. I will share your link with my other Jeeping friends.
 
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Where were you 6 months ago??? I bought a Tempo Tusk. Yours looks every bit as nice. The Shottle is by far my favorite cooking tool. And the only cooking thing I take camping with me. You can cook anything on a skottle.

I wish you the best success. I will share your link with my other Jeeping friends.
Hey thanks a lot. I appreciate the kind words and willingness to spread the word. Take care,

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Good deal. I am going for a bit more flexibility than Tembo. The Skottle sits a top the burner so when it is taken off the burner can be used for a coffee pot, a pot of soup or for any anything else. Thanks for looking

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In looking at the supports above the burner, it seems there may be a minimum pot size of 6" or so...able to confirm? I have a smaller coffee maker that I'm not sure would be supported properly.
 
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In looking at the supports above the burner, it seems there may be a minimum pot size of 6" or so...able to confirm? I have a smaller coffee maker that I'm not sure would be supported properly.
That’s a good question. Never thought about the minimum size. The distance between the supoorts is 3 3/8”. Therefore o would round up and say the minimum pot size is about 4”.

Thanks for the question.

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Thank you JL Forums For all of the views of my Etsy page. I really appreciate the interest in the stove and Skottle. Currently building 32 combos and I have 24 of them sold. Response has been humbling for sure.

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Thank you JL Forums For all of the views of my Etsy page. I really appreciate the interest in the stove and Skottle. Currently building 32 combos and I have 24 of them sold. Response has been humbling for sure.

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I have 4 stoves left on this run. Will be building 32 more in January and February. I really appreciate all the interest JL BRETHREN.
 
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I recently sold out of stoves on my latest run. I will start the process of building 32 more early this next week. I expect delivery in February sometime. If interested drop me a note here and I will contact you as I get closer to a real date. I appreciate all the interest that this forum has procided. 101 click throughs to my site from JL Wrangler forums. Thanks a bunch!

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