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Greenheat Base Camp Stove

£19.00

This stove weighs 570g; boil time 12 min to 14 min; simple to use; fuel doesn’t spill if knocked over; fuel is green gel made from sugar cane so more environmentally friendly than most; refills cost just £3.50; 10cm diameter pan supports. But best boil was only slightly more than a simmer; slow boil time.

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
  • Owners' rating rating is 0
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Coleman Feather 442

£65.00

This camping stove burns Coleman Fuel or unleaded; sturdier than canister-mounted but not as stable as other petrol stoves; fast boil time. But doesn’t disassemble for ease of packing; heavy; big. Boil time 2min 30sec Weight 682g

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 2
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MSR Reactor 2009

£110.00

Billed as the fastest, most fuel-efficient system available, the MSR Reactor promised a revolution in stove design when it appeared in 2007. The stove consists of a very unusual burner, and you also get a 1.7 litre pot and lid. The stove and a full-size gas canister can be stored in the pot, with a handle folding over the lid ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
  • Owners' rating rating is 0
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MSR Reactor

£110.00

This stove weighs 595g stove and dedicated pan (+ gas); boil time around 3 min throughout fuel life; outstanding efficiency; dedicated pan for best efficiency; requires less fuel on multi-day trips. But only works with dedicated pot; stability not as good as other pans due to height; high price for what you get.

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
  • Owners' rating rating is 0
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MSR Whisperlite Universal (2012)

£125.00

The MSR Whisperlite Universal has been developed from the MSR Whisperlite International, which has been the mainstay of backpackers who needed a petrol stove that would perform in the toughest of conditions anywhere in the world. The advantage of the new Whisperlite Universal is that in addition to burning Coleman fuel, petrol and paraffin, it also burns gas, so no ...

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