Coleman describes the Fyrestorm Ti as a multi-fuel stove, but it only handles canisters and white gas and variants; it does not handle kerosene. It can of course be used in the summer, but it has been specifically designed for winter use with the first inverted-canister attachment seen on the market. The stove itself has solid wide legs without being too heavy, but is not the lowest - read stability - around. The same connector is used for the tank and the canister support.

ARTICLE OUTLINE

  • Introduction
  • What's Good
  • What's Not So Good
  • Specifications: Manufacturer, Year/Model, Fuels, Power Output, Stove, Canister Tripod, Pump and Fuel Bottle, Minimum Field Weight, Boil Time, Burn Time, Stove Leg Radius, Pot Support Arms, Packing Size, Accessories, MSRP
  • Performance
    • Field Testing - Canister fuel
    • Field Testing - White Gas
    • Field Testing - Kerosene
    • Safety Warnings
  • What's Unique
  • Recommendations For Improvement

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