Bought to use as a wallet for fastpacking, but it now does all sorts of things due to its useful size, water resistance, and secure zip. I keep my car key (keyless sort) in there with ID cards & ICE details when ultrarunning, and am back to buy another to use for salt caps and other wee pills when ultrarunning. I'll put small medications in there when fastpacking too... it's the most useful size to keep blister packs together within a larger first aid kit.
Bought this for my pegs, but began using it to keep my phone dry and clean whilst ultrarunning and fastpacking. Saved my no-longer-waterproof phone from downpours after I dropped it and cracked the screen! Back to buy another to actually use for pegs... hopefully they shall be restocked soon.
Totally love this, ultralight and great for cooking a pretty large serve meal. I was so happy with this on my recent trip. Speedy delivery too
Got one of these for our first multi day hike. The end of the first day was a waist deep creek crossing and the bottom of my pack was in the creek. But my sleeping bag was nice and dry inside the pack liner! Worth it.
I got one of these when they came back in stock. We were going on our first multi day trip and water needed to be treated at the campsites. This was super easy to use, fast and efficient. And light! You won't need anything else to treat your water.
I used my new caddy for soup, pasta meal, and porridge. Its great
Very satisfied with this lightweight stove. After reading rave reviews in gear tests it was impressive to to see it stand up to its reputation out on the trails. Good ignition and burn regulation, with a great boil time. Lightweight with a sturdy build.
What a great little filtration system. Very easy to use and will fill a litre water bottle in under a minute. Lightweight and takes up little pack space. Ultralight Hiker delivered in under a week to country Western Australia for an unplanned hike. Much appreciated.
Works well, decent flow rate. I used the filter on a recent Snowy Mountains hike. I used the filter screwed directly onto my 1L water bottle which I filled in local streams and drank directly from the filter. To do this, the bottle needs to be squeezable in order to create pressure. I also used it similarly to squeeze water into my pot for cooking.
I (stupidly probably) tried to connect two disposable PET bottles with the filter in between one with dirty water and the other empty. While you can get this work, between letting air into the source bottle and letting pressure out of the destination bottle, it's a bit slow. The trick would be to use collapsable bottles on both sides for this to work.
Light comfortable and fits my pack perfectly
The bag was smaller than I thought but I didn't look at the measurements. It will work very well but I did have trouble getting the slide off. It is very tight. Apart from that all good.
Great for winter hiking, keeps tent floor dry and clean...Excellent service and delivery from Ultralighthiker
Perfect pot for me. I'm not strictly ultralight and like a bit of luxury so I cook in the 900ml pot with a 550ml Toaks cup nested inside for tea and coffee. I made a pot stand and wind shield and use it with an old Trangia burner which all nests inside. Love the simplicity of alcohol stove set-ups. Have used the pot a few time on the open fire too, all good.
Great , very happy with service and equipment
These Dyneema food bags are excellent quality. I'm using them as dry bags in the two front pouches of my Aarn pack. They replace two silnylon bags and save weight without sacrificing durability. My only (mild) suggestion is to use velcro instead of a press stud for initial closure before rolling the top. I'm guessing the press stud will detach eventually, but I may be proved wrong. (and Velcro also has its downsides... filling with fluff, etc). Alternatively, reinforce the point where the two parts of the press stud are fixed with double fabric? Prompt delivery in difficult times. Well done!! It's great to have a DCF manufacturer/supplier in Australia.