Hot Dip Tin

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  1. Mar 31, 2016 #1

    Crewdawg445

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    If your looking for good quality tin reproductions, check out Hot Dip Tin.

    Ordered a small trade kettle and it's beautifully made. You can certainly tell the tinsmith cares for the quality in his work! Cooked up dinner with it tonight and love it!

    Again, very impressed, his website is well laid out and informative with allot of options. Super fast shipping as well!
     
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    Crewdawg,

    Thanks for tip!

    Never heard of this vendor before. I will definitely check them out.

    Respectfully, Cowboy :thumbsup:
     
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    Which one? picture?
     
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    I'll get you a picture after my trip to the doc's this morning. :thumbsup:
     
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    Hot Dip Tin sounds like the name of a Chinese cook I used to work with. :haha:
     
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    Haha, far from it! Some will argue about pricing and finding items cheaper elsewhere... That's fine, but I'd rather give my money to a quality American craftsman who is passionate about his trade.
     
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    I've done the same with some of my gear. It's good to keep those arts going, and you end up with a better product anyway I think.

    My canteen is from CG Tinsmith; twice the cost of a stainless steel one but can't beat the handmade element

    Good find on this
     
  9. Apr 1, 2016 #9

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    Absolutely agree! Loving this little pot, made my daughter oatmeal in it today! Haven't got around to a pic yet but I will.

    Next purchase will be a Fort Meigs cup since the fort is up the road. Honestly never knew there were so many tin options!
     
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    I am already sold on his products. Any man who is this meticulous with his beard is bound to put the same amount of care, precision, and detail into his tinsmithing. :hmm:

    http://www.hotdiptin.com/about-us
     
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