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3000T

rated 5 of 5 stars Great quality little ultralight backpacking stove. I was a little skittish about the quality and reliability for a stove I found for sale for less than $10 shipped. But for ten bucks I took it for a test drive. I now own three of these. One for my hiking kit and two for vehicle emergency packs. I can't find a negative thing to say about these. Buy with confidence. Full review

3000T

rated 5 of 5 stars The must-have stove for the ultralight enthusiast. For under £8 there really is no excuse for not buying one! Bought one of these several years ago (don't remember exactly when) and whenever I fly abroad it comes with me. I keep it packed in its bright green carry bag when not in use and store it inside my titanium cooking pot set, along with an MSR spark ignitor, a titanium spork, and a folding tripod to spread the footprint of the gas canister.  A few years back I went on a two-week driving… Full review

3000T

rated 5 of 5 stars If you're looking for a functional, ultralight canister stove, this is your stove. It's extremely light and compact, but sturdy enough to get the job done. I have taken the BRS on several trips with over 100 miles worth of backpacking and have not had any issues that would make me want to look for a different stove. The stove comes in a tiny stuff sack and is easy to remove and setup. It has three rotating feet for the pot which all rotate into position once you flip the flame adjustment lever out. Full review

3000T

rated 5 of 5 stars This tiny stove is extremely compact and lightweight, yet puts out a lot of heat. Perfect for a small solo cook kit. I have had this stove for two seasons now and in my opinion, it is a gem of a titanium, ultralight mini-stove! It is a perfect match to a 4-oz isobutane tank and a 500-700 ml pot for a solo cook kit. When folded, it measures barely 2 inches long by 1 inch around and weighs less than 1 oz (25 gr). It's barely larger than pocket change: And this little guy can really put out some heat! Full review

3000W

rated 2 of 5 stars Half the weight and half the price of the FMS 300T. Win-Win, right? Not exactly. I purchased the BRS 3000W (28 grams) in 2016 for roughly $15. It appears to be a clone of the FMS 300T at half the weight and half the cost. Win-Win, right? Not quite. One of the pot legs sagged three days into my 2017 BMT section hike. I was able to bend it back and while not a total failure I certainly don't have confidence in it for long distance backpacking trips. I purchased the FireMaple FMS 300T (49 grams) back… Full review

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