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Hi from the UK!

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Hello USA!

After a good look around I stummbled upon this page, did some reading & knocked up our MK 1 version of a RMH. Its been great fun, we made some errors but isnt learning as you go along what its all about?

We wanted a way to boil a kettle & dry our gloves in a way that was a bit quirky plus having access to lots of waste timber (we process firewood for a living...) it seemed like a good chance to experiment!

The inlet has been adjusted and a few things fiddled about with since these photos - will update this thread again soon! Dont think our cobb is up to much but we will recast over it a few more times yet (when work doesnt get in the way!)

Thanks for a great webpage & great inspiration! It bugs me the amount of people who complain about needing blueprints & its unfair they have to pay for books, a bit of research here and on youtube and I had everything I needed & more


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what did you use for insulation on your riser tube?
looks like it gets plenty warm to dry out your gloves!
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Heat your home with the twigs that naturally fall of the trees in your yard
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