Reviewed by Adam from Bay Area, CA on Tuesday, December 18, 2012
I have not used this particular stove outside yet, as Yosemite has been drenched on weekends, but it has an apparent hardy structure and compactedness that is very important for something on which I depend so much. The only part I can currently identify as prone to casual breaking are the pot holders - but TLC should solve that problem.
The only downside is that the stove does not work well in higher altitudes. The highest I go on a regular basis is Tuolumne, and would doubtfully ever need to boil on the top of a peak, so this stove is perfect for me. It is also slightly bulky, but you can shave off a lot of pot components if you're looking for something taking up less space. Regardless, it weighs next to nothing.