Review your Gear to Win a Clikstand Cookset Combo

Review your outdoor gear now through Sunday, April 28, and you could win a Sierra Combo cookset, thanks to Clikstand. 

One lucky Trailspace gear reviewer will win Clikstand's Sierra Combo stainless steel cookset with Trangia alcohol burner, windscreen, and pot stand to make a hot, tasty backcountry meal ($69.95 total value). 

To win the Clikstand Sierra Combo:

  1. Write a review now through Sunday, April 28, of your outdoor gear, apparel, or footwear. Every review you share counts as an entry, and helps other outdoor enthusiasts.*
  2. On Monday, April 29, we'll randomly draw one lucky gear reviewer.
  3. Review your gear now, and you could be cooking a tasty meal on your new Sierra Combo Cookset on your next backcountry adventure!

The Clikstand Sierra Combo set includes:

  • Clikstand S-2 solid pot stand, precision made in the U.S.A. from the highest quality tempered stainless steel for a lifetime of service.
  • Clikstand S-2 Windscreen made from ultra-thin tempered stainless steel for lightweight and durability. Designed for use with Clikstand's T-2 and S-2 pot stands to improve performance by blocking wind and reflecting heat onto the cook pot.
  • Spirit alcohol burner from Trangia of Sweden. Trangia stoves have been used throughout the world for decades and have no moving parts to wear out or break in the field.
  • A canvas Clikstand bag.
  • We'll also throw in a  Trailspace Trail Runner Cap to wear on your outdoor adventures.

Review your gear to win.

 

*Important Bits: Must be a registered Trailspace member (not guest) to win (join as a member now). Each valid outdoor gear review counts as an entry. Incomplete reviews and reviews less than 75 words may be disqualified at our discretion. We will contact the winners via private message on Trailspace.com the day of the drawing. If winner doesn't reply within six days, we'll draw a new winner. See full Write-a-Review Giveaway rules.


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Comments

James Milligan
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203 reviewer rep
9 forum posts
April 16, 2013 at 1:32 p.m. (EDT)

This looks like a fun stove to play around with. I have made a couple alcohol stoves, but never tried out a "real" one. I can't wait to read the reviews.

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