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Primus Eta Power stove


Camping stoves are perhaps a luxury, as they are only used for a small part of a day in the hills, so they are prime targets for weight saving. What we backpackers need is a super-efficient camping stove that uses the minimal amount of fuel to cook up an evening meal. Better still, the stove needs to be small enough ...

  • rating rating is 5
  • Owners' rating rating is 5
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Trangia 25-8UL/HA


Trangia meths stoves are extremely well-established and are unbelievably simple to set up and use. The meths burner sits inside a housing that acts as a windbreak and pan support. Once assembled the Trangia is exceptionally stable, and unlike most stoves actually works better in the wind. The Trangia comes with three pans and a kettle; in this version the ...

  • rating rating is 4
  • Owners' rating rating is 4.5
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Optimus Hiker


This camping stove is very sturdy and stable; made to last; instructions inside lid; multi-fuel. But very heavy; very expensive; hard to use; complicated; difficult to control flame; small fuel bottle. Boil time 3min 15sec Weight 1605g

  • rating rating is 1
  • Owners' rating rating is 0


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