i think they still make bags and such... the dude has basically cut ties with them a couple years ago and started making his own knock offs and custom items under the drifta stockton brand. i think all that branded stuff is made in thailand? not sure though. some of it looks legit... some of it looks like cheap knock off stuff thoughSo has Drifta kicked Snow Peak to the curb? If so its sad because they made some of the best storage bags for them.
Wow, that is a nice 'factory' you have there. I am strictly into small projects as I do manual stitching only (I have no machine ).While I have gone back to hand stitching things lately, I used a sewing machine for this. I have a couple of machines i use for leather and a couple for canvas.
How has the table held up over time? Do you think it was worth the spend? Would you get this again?I ordered one of the small folding 'my tables' and it looks like it's going to work perfect with our chairs to have a place to set drinks, books, etc.
View attachment 665867
I was a little disappointed when I turned it over and found that it was made in China though.
View attachment 665868
I have the stainless MyTable version and have a 1unit stainless tray as the bottom shelf for it and its been quite awesome!How has the table held up over time? Do you think it was worth the spend? Would you get this again?
I mean do you need to? Once you bring it up to temp, all the bacteria dies.How do y'all clean your Snow Peak gear?
Used our Snow Peak Smoke Meister for the first time, our first time using any smoker. Did a wonderful job with chicken thighs and shaved kohlrabi.
Any suggestions on how to clean it after use? Would prefer to not use a dishwasher as being to harsh. Currently soaking the small parts in Dawn soap.
Designed in Japan, the Smokemeister is a compact smoker. The body of the Smokemeister is made of stainless steel with a natural wood handle. Use it for backyard barbecues or campfield cookouts to create a variety of smoked goods. To use, add wood chips and a few hot coals to the bottom of the...www.snowpeak.com