Primus Yellowstone Classic
Price Paid: $24
I bought this stove at Gear For Adventure Dot Com because of a friend's recommendation. And let me tell you that this little baby can cook! It not only simmers nicely it fries with an even flame on the bottom of your pot. Of course the larger the pot the more noticeable the heat difference on the outer edges. For the solo camper or the duo venturing into the wilds of the backyard or the AP trail, I would recommend this stove. It also has a really nice resistance to moderate wind. Well heck doesn't a campfire blow all over the place in the wind?
The Primus Yellowstone Classic from Gear for Adventure (aprox $24-$30)can even be used in very windy weather ( if you careful) under a tent fly to get a nice warm cup of soup.
I won't go into its performance in the cold because even a propane dual burner stove has problems under those conditions. Buy it, it's a great stove!
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The Primus Yellowstone Classic Trail stove brings ease of use and an adjustable flame to backcountry and high-altitude cooking; great for the outdoor chef! Runs on Primus LP butane/propane cartridges which burn clean, won't spill and have a low freezing point-good for high-altitude cooking. Sturdy, lightweight, simple construction will appeal to the weight-conscious adventurer. Flame is adjustable for simmering, boiling or anything in between-just like your stove at home. Stove assembly attaches quickly and easily to the fuel cartridge, sold separately. Operates on isobutane-propane fuel canisters (sold separately). Due to flammable item shipping restrictions, we cannot sell fuel canisters online; they are available at REI retail stores. Weight includes stove, not the canister.