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Folding Stove Solid Fuel was £6 now 50p @ Halfords

£0.50 @ Halfords
Checked and seems plenty of stock about Folding Stove Solid Fuel The Folding Stove Solid Fuel is lightweight and compact. It can be used in two positions and has strong durable plated steel const… Read More
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Checked and seems plenty of stock about

Folding Stove Solid Fuel
The Folding Stove Solid Fuel is lightweight and compact. It can be used in two positions and has strong durable plated steel construction. It comes with 4 solid fuel tablets and additional tablets can be bought separately so you can use it over and over again. Ideal for use at festivals, it's a great alternative to a gas stove and can be easily packed away in your backpack!
Folding Stove Solid Fuel Extra Info

Material: Steel
Dimensions : 12 x 9 x 3cm
Colours: Silver
Weight: 206g
Includes 4 tablets
1 tablet will boil 2.5 cups of water in 5 minutes
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5 Likes #1
Hexi-burners - X) that brings back memories of awful tasting tea and bacon grill from ration packs - hopefully the fuel nowadays doesn't flavour the food and drink - hmmmm...now I'm craving biscuits brown and soft cheese oO


Edited By: COJones on Sep 27, 2016 18:33
#2
good find op, heat added
1 Like #3
COJones
Hexi-burners - X) that brings back memories of awful tasting tea and bacon grill from ration packs - hopefully the fuel nowadays doesn't flavour the food and drink - hmmmm...now I'm craving biscuits brown and soft cheese oO

Don't forget the biscuits fruit
#4
centaurandrew
COJones
Hexi-burners - X) that brings back memories of awful tasting tea and bacon grill from ration packs - hopefully the fuel nowadays doesn't flavour the food and drink - hmmmm...now I'm craving biscuits brown and soft cheese oO
Don't forget the biscuits fruit

But the tinned curry was great ...followed by the tinned toilet paper!!
2 Likes #5
By George, that brings back memories. :{

But if you're not obliged to use a hexy stove, put the 50p towards a Trangia. You'll thank me. ;)

Heat added, regardless.

Edited By: sylv on Sep 27, 2016 19:51
#6
Hexi Telly! Whiling away the hours in the bottom of a fire trench.

Those that know, will know!
#7
Cracking bit of kit, worth it alone for the fuel tabs
1 Like #8
Agreed .... hexi blocks worth 50p
Waiting for the tea to brew ... while those who had gas burners had brewed up ages ago !

Tinned cheese was my favourite in the 10 man ! I learned to like it as everyone else hated it .... more for me then !!
BGMB biscuits were also fun !!
#9
Biscuits AB = instant dehydration in a pack. Curried Chicken was my favourite followed by Dried Apple Flakes for pud
#10
yuck....non dairy whitener in the tea :D
1 Like #11
boostii
yuck....non dairy whitener in the tea :D

Since I dont drink tea, I used to throw it over an unsuspecting adjacent hexiburner - quite the spectacle ;)
#12
Reserved 6 for the fuel tabs, cheers!
3 Likes #13
I got excited thinking this was a castle shaped cake tin.

I need to get out more X)
banned#14
50p?
Meh!
Join the army and get them for nowt. :{
#15
flagstaff19651
Tinned cheese was my favourite...

CHEESE POSSESSED we called it.

Arctic rations were MUCH better than anything I had in the UK. Deluxe!
#16
thinking of buying this for my son. looks like a great base to make a castle for him to play with
#17
if you have a british cycling card this drops it down to 45p.lol
#18
not available in any of the stores I tried.
#19
rendeverance
Reserved 6 for the fuel tabs, cheers!

Call this morning to say that they dont have ANY of the 6.... hmm.. something says to me the shelf pickers preferred to use staff discount ;(
#20
Only a quick check and Grantham ,Lincoln, Tamworth, kiddiminster showing stock so still about
banned#21
flamesong
flagstaff19651
Tinned cheese was my favourite...
CHEESE POSSESSED we called it.
Arctic rations were MUCH better than anything I had in the UK. Deluxe!
Hard tack biscuits, compo cheese and strawberry jam. mmmmmm
#22
bpletts
Biscuits AB = instant dehydration in a pack. Curried Chicken was my favourite followed by Dried Apple Flakes for pud
Dried Apple Flakes, still to this day one of the best things I've ever tasted.
banned#23
Ricky302
bpletts
Biscuits AB = instant dehydration in a pack. Curried Chicken was my favourite followed by Dried Apple Flakes for pud
Dried Apple Flakes, still to this day one of the best things I've ever tasted.
Never heard of them.
Must be a recent thing.
Wot?
Who said "Sproggy"?oO

Edited By: Pluun on Sep 28, 2016 20:46
#24
Pluun
Ricky302
bpletts
Biscuits AB = instant dehydration in a pack. Curried Chicken was my favourite followed by Dried Apple Flakes for pud
Dried Apple Flakes, still to this day one of the best things I've ever tasted.
Never heard of them.
Must be a recent thing.
Wot?
Who said "Sproggy"?oO
Had dried apple flakes in 1980. Just add water and you get er... hot apple sauce. Most people used to swear by them with crushed up oatmeal biscuits.

Best thing I ever found in a ratpack was an Aztec bar about ten years after they had been discontinued. And Old English Spangles.
banned#25
flamesong
Pluun
Ricky302
bpletts
Biscuits AB = instant dehydration in a pack. Curried Chicken was my favourite followed by Dried Apple Flakes for pud
Dried Apple Flakes, still to this day one of the best things I've ever tasted.
Never heard of them.
Must be a recent thing.
Wot?
Who said "Sproggy"?oO
Had dried apple flakes in 1980. Just add water and you get er... hot apple sauce. Most people used to swear by them with crushed up oatmeal biscuits.
Best thing I ever found in a ratpack was an Aztec bar about ten years after they had been discontinued. And Old English Spangles.
Ha!
Spangles were new, when I was in. :{

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