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Mini Trangia

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Most reliable stove in the woods. A light, inexpensive, yet durable piece of gear. This is the stove that could. Unless you're in really cold weather, alcohol stoves get the job done, and the Trangia Mini 28 gets it done in a lightweight compact package. All brass and without moving parts, this thing is durable. Unlike your homemade penny stoves/Pepsi can stoves you can store unused fuel in this stove. If you count grams and ounces, this may not be the stove for you as penny stoves/Pepsi can stoves… Full review

Gas Burner

rated 5 of 5 stars Makes the Trangia stove ideal for real cooking. With the gas burner the Trangia system becomes efficient down to a few degrees below zero (Celsius) in every weather.  Full review

Hard Anodized Stove Kit

rated 5 of 5 stars I am a fan of Tragia cook sets. I own this set in the 27 and also own the Mini-T 28. Both are great and have different uses. This one, the 27 series size, is especially nice. Makes a nice camp kitchen set or base-camp trail kitchen set. Very easy to use. Can buy fuel anywhere. I pretty much agree with all the 5 star reviews for this and the other Trangia cooksets. Setup is a breeze! No parts to break and it does what it was designed to do...deliver fully cooked foods in a self contained set for… Full review

Mini Trangia

rated 5 of 5 stars I do love this little stove! Best used for day trips and weekend trekking adventures. Perfect for solo or 2-person meals. I have used my Mini-T 28 often. I do day trips, weekend trips, and even take it on road trips. When used for its intended use it works flawlessly. By that I mean, measure when, where, and how you are going to be cooking. Don't expect it to be the be-all-end-all of camping stoves.   It's perfect for the solo camper, weekend trekker, day tripper. Food portions are great for one… Full review

Spirit Stove

rated 4 of 5 stars Very nice stove. Gets water to a rolling boil in an efficient manner, and fits inside my Solo Stove. Highly recommended. Setup: The stove is extremely easy to set up. Pour in alcohol, set simmer ring to desired level.  Ignition: I use a ferro rod with the back side of my knife, it works really well. I'm sure a lighter would work too, just be careful not to toast your hand when you light it. Flame Control & Cooking: The burner is adjustable, but I haven't really used it much, because all of… Full review

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Review your Gear to Win a Clikstand Cookset Combo
Review your outdoor gear now through April 28 and you could win a Sierra Combo Cookset, thanks to Clikstand. Worth $69.95, the Sierra Combo includes a pot stand, wind screen and Trangia alcohol burner. Read more
April 15, 2013


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