Reviewed by The Camper from Seattle WA on Tuesday, June 26, 2012
I have owned this stove for over five years and it still works great. I use it on 4 or 5 backpacking trips each year. It heats up the food much better than some other, and much more expensive, stoves since the burner is pretty large.
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Reviewed by Groundskeeper from Washington, PA on Wednesday, October 14, 2015
These things have been around for a long time and are tried and true. As with most products there is good and not good so start with the not good- Heavy for UL backpacking, it came exactly at the stated weight of 8 ounces, easy to get stoves in the 3 ounce or less range for 30 to 40 dollars. Also a tad bulky. The pot stand has sharp corners, need to be careful when packing. The good, what I like and why it gets 5 stars- Bullet proof tough, stainless steel construction, if something happened that damaged the stove as to not work your already dead from that accident and don't need it. The edges of the pot stand can be filed to smooth out the sharp and pointed parts. This stoves simmers better than most, boils water fast, fuel efficient, has a large and solid pot stand and is not cantankerous in the least. If I car camp then hike a few days then back to car camp it is a great only stove to take because of the fact it's an excellent base camp and day hike stove and will suffer the few extra ounces when backpacking for a few days.