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Esbit Alcohol Stove & Trekking Cookset CS985HA

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Packs small and is lightweight. This stove is perfect for one person on a backpacking trek. I use it regularly. I prefer the fuel tablets as they don't go bad, are reliable, and the only thing you need to carry out is the wrapper. Great product. I love Esbit products. This stove is no different. I like how it nests inside itself very easily. I don't have to try it one way and then try it a different way to get it to fit. It's quick and simple. For backpacking, I prefer to use the fuel tabs as they… Full review

Optimus 8R

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Was given to me from a good friend. Never failed. Slow to boil but works. Got a Peak canister stove and the 8r outdid the modern Peak stove. Totally indestructible. Didn't get a manual, so if it stops working I won't be able to fix it. So sad. My son will get it when I venture on my last hike. Full review

MSR SuperFly

rated 5 of 5 stars Solid choice for minimalists who want to do more than boil water. Broad compatibility with fuel canisters from vendors across the globe is a big plus. I imagine the MSR PocketRocket outsells the SuperFly by a large margin as it's lighter, smaller, and cheaper, but there's a place for this stove among campers who expect to do more than boil water. With its broad burner, the SuperFly spreads heat nicely, and can reliably scramble eggs, saute vegetables, brown hamburger etc. just as you might at home,… Full review

Trangia Mini Trangia

rated 5 of 5 stars It's perfect for boiling noodles on short solo trips. Core stove design has been available since 1958: it's well-proven. Limited pot capacity rules out serious two-person cooking. High fuel consumption rules out longer trips. Is wonderfully lightweight, entirely reliable, and unbreakable with zero maintenance. The various forms of alcohol are widely available. Wind raises fuel consumption dramatically. Not usable inside a tent and/or severe cold. Full review

MSR PocketRocket

rated 4 of 5 stars Good lightweight stove. Manual on-line reads never use a wind screen, very bad advice. Without a wind break the stove can have one or two of the stove segments blow out, and while you are still heating the pot you are wasting fuel. I learned this the hard way. I think the the instructions should read: do not tightly encircle the stove in a wind screen. If the stove isn't working well in cold, just place canister in a bowl with an inch or two of water to liquefy fuel. Full review

Toaks Titanium Siphon Alcohol Stove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Very lightweight and small (about 4 cm high) and 44 grams (that's the weight of the stove and the steel mesh pot stand). This photo shows the actual weight of the Toaks stove and the other photo shows the stove with a 10 cm windscreen and the Toaks storage bag. So the Toaks stove is 44 grams with steel pot stand and storage bag, put a 10 cm windscreen and the total weight is 70 grams. The pot I did my first boil test with was a 400 mil titanium mug/pot with lid. I filled it with 350 mil of cold… Full review

Optimus 111B

rated 5 of 5 stars Summer 1972, my wife and I motorcycled from Los Angeles, Calif., to Anchorage, Alaska, and back on a BMW R75/5. Our only source of cooking heat was an Optimus 111B, which performed trouble-free the whole time we were on our adventure.   We used it for cooking all sorts of meals, heating bathing water, and even used it to heat the crankcase of the BMW when near freezing weather made it impossible to start the bike in the morning when the oil was too thick for a battery or kick start. A friend who… Full review

Soto Muka

rated 1 of 5 stars A royal pain to operate, have to pump it roughly 200 strokes to boil a pot of water. Leg socket became loose and unusable. Leaked fuel. Went back to using my Whisperlite. Got this because I was attracted to the no-preheat pan and no soot features. It worked pretty good at first except for the fact that it took 210 pump strokes total to boil my titanium Snow Peak pot full of water. This is a ridiculous amount of pumping. It takes about 150 strokes to get it going and then 60 more after warm up to… Full review

Coleman Exponent Multi-Fuel Stove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Original Peak 1 Stove: One great stove...after 30 years. This is essentially a Coleman camp stove in miniature. It is slow to get going and never do it in a tent. Once it lights it will run forever...I found it ran for 5 hours on one fill. Boils water fast and has good low level for simmer. Wind protection is good but I usually use the custom made for it windscreen that came with my pots and pans. I would not recommend this for climbing or use in an area where you have restrictions or strong winds… Full review

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