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I have had this stove for three years. It never fails:…
Price Paid: $35+-
I have had this stove for three years. It never fails: the electric ignition works awesome, and the pot sits better than on my PocketRocket, which has only three arms for the burner.
I would definitely purchase this stove over some of the more expensive ones! It is a great product!
Purchase this stove at a going out of business sale,…
Price Paid: $10
Purchase this stove at a going out of business sale, and as of now, I have not field tested it yet, but have tested it at home and it seems to work well, boiling a quart of water in 3-4 min, also it can simmer, and with the Piezoelectric ignition, lighting is no problem, it is compact and lightweight, and has a hard shell plastic case to store it in, uses a standard propane/butane canister...
This is perfect for any hiker, backpacker or mountain…
Price Paid: 30
This is perfect for any hiker, backpacker or mountain climber. I used this my first time backpacking, and I really liked its effectiveness and its weight, which was only 6 ounces, and can boil a quart of water in less than four minutes.
A folding pan support opens up to a stable 4.25 inch diameter cooking surface. I was easily able to boil water on this quickly. I would just make sure to bring extra fuel; I was gone for over a week, and had to borrow some more fuel from a friend. However, I still really liked this stove.
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