This stove is a little flame-thrower. Its phenomenal 16,400 BTU/hr output is 50% greater than most 3-ounce stoves. The power output on full throttle is spectacular. The stove boiled water faster than any of the others tested. It was the only stove besides the Jetboil to bring water to a boil in windy conditions without a windscreen. It is lightweight, well priced, and simple.
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I live in Auckland New Zealand. I am addicted to the wild and remote gorges, rainforests and glaciers of the South Island's west coast. I have survived four expeditions to the Himalayas and love the wilds of Western Nepal.
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