Lightweight Camp Stoves

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  1. Astoriadave

    Astoriadave Paddler

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    Designs very reminiscent of DarenN's stainless stoves, but a bit smaller, I think. Three different models, including a titanium version. Bring money!

    https://emberlit.com
     
  2. Whidbey

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    I've had the larger ti version for a couple of years and I'm still impressed with it. No other stove I'm aware of packs flatter. It's very light too. Keeping a fire going is easy, but it's best to set it on a surface that will not be damaged by heat. This makes it necessary to use an old pie tin or something similar when you use it on a wood picnic table.
     
  3. Astoriadave

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    Whidbey, how is the titanium holding up?
     
  4. Bluefoot

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    Very similar to the UK Pocket Stove. The larger UK Honey Stove works nicely if you need a wider cooking surface. Both available in Ti and SS.
     
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  6. Bluefoot

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    I should have noted that if you own a UK Honey Stove you can use four of the six panels and voila you have the smaller Pocket Stove. The Pocket stove works with twigs, a Trangia burner, Esbit (hexamine) fuel and some of the smaller MeOH alcohol burners. It is very versatile. If you follow the link which was provided above you can watch a couple of neat videos on the product.
     
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