Lazy Lightning

Lazy Lightning

Central Oregon

Mark's Passions

Hiking & Camping
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Lazy Lightning

Lazy Lightning wrote a review of on April 11, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought 2 of these in size Large for my full length 0 degree hammock top quilt and under quilt, both with about 3.5" of loft. The quilts stuff in easily with good compression but not so much that it crushes the down.

I usually go for the ultralight silnylon stuff sacks, but at 2.3 oz on my scale these offer better protection and can be used as sturdy gear storage bags clipped to my hammock.

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Lazy Lightning wrote a review of on May 31, 2011

A food saver lid for the Snow Peak 600 single wall mug
5 5

I'd been looking all over for a nice tight lid I could use on my Snow Peak 600 mug. Although there are some nice aftermarket metal cooking lids, I wanted a food-saver type lid that would keep any leftovers safely inside without spills.

I went to a local store and found a lid that fits extremely well...like it was made for the mug. They're green BPA-free lids made for use on Luminarc glasses and they fit the Snow Peak 600 perfectly. They even look pretty cool with the bright green color on top of the mug. I know some have tried to cook with plastic lids, but I personally would rather not risk even BPA-free plastic in a high-heat environment.

Although I found them in a local store, a quick Googling revealed a cheap source here: http://www.villagekitchen.com/luminarc_green_lids_working_glass_576_prd1.htm

Again, these lids fit the Single Wall Snow Peak 600 mugs...probably not the double wall since they're so snug on the single wall.

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