Snow Peak Addiction

Riptide

Explorer
Got my new Flat Burners today. First impressions are pretty favorable. Three pieces: the stainless steel pan, the drop-in burner and hose, and the grate. Very simple, and robust. Will connect up with isopro and propane to see what the flame pattern looks like, as well as how it is at simmer and full heat, when I get a day off.

The only minor concern is that the black burner dish is slotted for some reason, so any pot that overflows will end up dripping on anything below the burner (I have one of the hanging racks I really like). Certainly not a deal breaker.

So far, much preferred over the Baja Burner for my needs. I also like that I can leave the stove legs at home; makes the package that much lighter.

Update: I measured between the grate "horns" for pan capacity; it's 9 inches, which is the same width from inside edge to edge of the stainless steel pan. However, the grate top seems pretty flush with the edge of the pan, so you're mainly limited by the "horns". Nice flame pattern, as with any SP stove.
 
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Mtbkers

New member
Hi, I've read through the thread and can't see if anyone has managed to find a source for a windscreen for the IGT. I've tried using those 9 piece shields for camp stoves, but they're useless. If anyone knows of anyone who's making shields, I'd love to hear from them. It's got to be a money maker as I'm pretty sure I'm not the only person who needs one.
 

Minor Threat

New member
Hi, I've read through the thread and can't see if anyone has managed to find a source for a windscreen for the IGT. I've tried using those 9 piece shields for camp stoves, but they're useless. If anyone knows of anyone who's making shields, I'd love to hear from them. It's got to be a money maker as I'm pretty sure I'm not the only person who needs one.
I looked for a long time and wasn’t able to find a windscreen or paper towel holder. I eventually ended up buying a complete used IGT set on eBay just for parts. Check out Drifta in Australia they make custom windscreens and sell some other cool Snow Peak related stuff like storage bags.
 
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Riptide

Explorer
OK, THIS I gotta find...

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If I can't find it, I might have to sacrifice an extension table to get the leg brackets and a pair of slide tables to get the tabs, and make a pair of these wing tables. Looks like a 4U IGT...
 

motoz

Adventurer



Via IG. Modified extension table to be used on the end. Awesomeness


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jacobconroy

Hillbilly of Leisure
Well, as of this weekend I'm going to start build the cabinet to house my IGT-drawer. The longest drawer slide I have is 32 inches....so I'm trying to decide if I want to use my IGT 3 (which will more or less be the same length), or cantilever an IGT 4 on the 32 inch slide. The second option would have part of the IGT back in the cabinet, but I could slide the units from front to rear and keep three units out front (whatever units are in use at the time).

What do you all think? I'm leaning towards the IGT 3. That will leave more space behind the kitchen cabinet for other storage.
 

motoz

Adventurer
Well, as of this weekend I'm going to start build the cabinet to house my IGT-drawer. The longest drawer slide I have is 32 inches....so I'm trying to decide if I want to use my IGT 3 (which will more or less be the same length), or cantilever an IGT 4 on the 32 inch slide. The second option would have part of the IGT back in the cabinet, but I could slide the units from front to rear and keep three units out front (whatever units are in use at the time).

What do you all think? I'm leaning towards the IGT 3. That will leave more space behind the kitchen cabinet for other storage.
For field use i think IGT3 is ample.


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Riptide

Explorer
Well, as of this weekend I'm going to start build the cabinet to house my IGT-drawer. The longest drawer slide I have is 32 inches....so I'm trying to decide if I want to use my IGT 3 (which will more or less be the same length), or cantilever an IGT 4 on the 32 inch slide. The second option would have part of the IGT back in the cabinet, but I could slide the units from front to rear and keep three units out front (whatever units are in use at the time).

What do you all think? I'm leaning towards the IGT 3. That will leave more space behind the kitchen cabinet for other storage.
I agree with Motoz; I use the IGT 3, and its a nice size, as you know. Stick with that.
 

SanJoe

Member
Hello everyone, My first post here thanks to CactusJK for the referral to the site... I also have way too much snow peak and Drifta stuff and glad I finally found others with the same addiction. Also, thanks for the tip on Amazon Japan. I ordered a number of items that have traditionally been out of reach for me. I need to get over to Japan to order some of the other ones as they can't ship here to the states. This forum gave me the incentive to start to organize plus a bunch of super cool ideas. I am on thread page 165 and hope to get current shortly. My next items that are coming include that "Stenague (UG-330) water bottle. I am hoping it is somewhat insulated for hot water and a number of items to tie out my IGT setup ( I have 2-IGT4, 1-IGT3 and 1-IGT2) ... From the States, I am waiting to get the two BBQ risers that CactusJK mentioned as well as a few items from the SnowPeak store. I have one for the single BBQ risers and ordered two for my double BBQ. Will post more of my stuff once its here. I do have a question for y'all. What do you do when you go camping and want to go hiking, boating or...? Do you leave your setup in tact and hope it will be there when you get back or do you setup for a meal and then take it down? I have left some items up at RV parks when I've gone out all day rafting and come back and they are still there, but would be good to know if anyone has had a issue with leaving the stuff out.
 
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