The Vargo Triad stove is a jetted but unpressurised alcohol stove with a lot of good things going for it. It is light, it is very robust being made of titanium, and it has really strong legs and pot supports. However, if it is used incorrectly it can be a poor performer that is hard to start and doesn't bring water to the boil. In this review I focus on how to use the stove properly. With proper operation it is possible to use this stove to make cups of tea and soup for two people.

ARTICLE OUTLINE

  • Introduction
  • What's Good
  • What's Not So Good
  • Specifications: Manufacturer, Year/Model, Construction Material, Construction Process, Mechanical Design, Dimensions, Jets, Alcohol Capacity, Stove Style, Burn Time, Target Use, Weight, MSRP
  • Performance
    • Overview
    • Field Experience - Part 1
    • Field Experience - Part 2
    • Controlled Testing
    • Other Features
  • What's Unique
  • Recommendations For Improvement

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