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Turbo II-D

rated 5 of 5 stars This stove is lovely, and it works. Small and light, simple, effective, beautifully crafted. I like alcohol stoves because I don't have to deal with nastier fuels like white gas, and there isn't the waste of the compressed gas canisters. Plus, stove and pots don't come away coated with soot. Great small stove for one or two people. This stove is lovely, and it works. It's small and light, simple, effective, and beautifully crafted. I like alcohol stoves because I don't have to deal with nastier… Full review

Turbo I-D

rated 5 of 5 stars Would you like fresh baked muffins after many miles of hiking? This STOVE is the ONE, that can make that possible. YES, with this little baby even baking is possible. A nice change from those pop can made stoves that we all try to copy. This one can even simmer in addition to baking, and the integrated pot stand is a real plus. Full review

Turbo I-D

rated 4 of 5 stars This is a well constructed alcohol stove and the most unique part is that you can adjust the flame. I bought this stove about a year ago and it has been working great. I decided to purchase the stove because it had an adjustable flame, which I liked and couldn’t find in other alcohol stove.  The stove is easy to fuel and prime. It takes about 1 oz. of denatured alcohol just under 5 min to boil 2 cups of water.  It is small and compact and very well built. The stove is small enough to be stored… Full review

Turbo II-D

rated 4 of 5 stars This is a great backpacking stove!!! I use denatured alcohol and the stove performs as advertised. I've boiled 16 oz of ambient temperature water in less than 5 minutes (given I was less than 3000 feet in Arkansas in July). It has also preformed well (16oz boil time under 6.5 minutes) on the AT in January.  I am very pleased with this stove. I use it to cook for my son and I on our hiking trips. So he carries the stove and I carry the fuel. I highly recommend this stove for its durability, portability,… Full review

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Read Trailspace's profile of Brasslite and its founder, Aaron Rosenbloom.

Brasslite Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Gear Maker Profile: Aaron Rosenbloom of Brasslite
Aaron Rosenbloom probably will never get rich selling his little Brasslite alcohol stoves, but that was never the point. “I made them for myself,” says the devoted backpacker. Read more
March 9, 2009


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