Extremely light, extremely small. The lightest canister stove so far. Great for ultralight backpacking using a Ti mug. Lets you simmer vs. an alcohol stove! I tried a couple of different alcohol stoves and wasn't impressed by their ease-of-use and fuel consumption but they were lighter than existing canister stoves. I stumbled across the Olicamp Ion Micro Ti stove on the interweb and for about $45, I gave a shot. Weighing in at 49g with case (45+4), the Ion Micro is the smallest and lightest canister… Full review
Light as can be, remote stove that so far has been bullet-proof. I really like that I can use this with a wind screen which makes it much more versatile than your typical canister stove. I've had this stove for eight months and have used it on five or six trips, the longest a 5-day hike in SEKI. It's been very easy to use and attaches easily to a canister. It does not have a built-in igniter but works fine with a lighter. The flame is very adjustable and is a big improvement over the Whisperlite… Full review
This is a decently sized pot with a convenient neoprene top that features a heat distributing ring of baffles on the bottom to reduce heating times with your stove. I have now used the Olicamp XTS pot several times while out camping. I find that I'm very satisfied with its performance. The baffle-ring at the bottom does indeed seem to spread the heat from my alcohol stove and reduce cooking times. I have used it to cook food and to boil water for two people. In my opinion, for two people it's just… Full review
Olicamp is distributed in North America through Liberty Mountain.