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M Lightweight Integrated Canister Fuel Stoves State of the Market Report 2011: Part 3 – Wrap Up and Reviews of Individual Stoves

by Will Rietveld and Janet Reichl

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Article Summary:

We tested the performance, evaluated, and reviewed eight lightweight backpackable integrated canister fuel stoves in this state of the market report. The report is divided into three parts:

Lightweight Integrated Canister Fuel Cooking Systems State of the Market Report 2011: Part 1 - Overview and Stove Performance Evaluation Provides an overview of the integrated canister fuel stove in relation to the conventional top-mount canister stove. Reports the results of our comparative performance tests (boil time, heating rate, fuel consumption, and gas mileage from a single canister of fuel) for four test conditions (calm, wind, protected from wind, and cold).

Lightweight Integrated Canister Fuel Cooking Systems State of the Market Report 2011: Part 2 - Trends, Stove Ratings, and Selections Highlights new developments in integrated canister fuel stoves. Presents our ideas for achieving weight efficiency and fully utilizing the strengths of integrated stoves for backpacking. Provides comparative specifications for lightweight (backpackable) integrated canister stoves, rates them according to appropriate criteria, and identifies the standouts for different situations and needs.

Lightweight Integrated Canister Fuel Cooking Systems State of the Market Report 2011: Part 3 – Wrap Up and Reviews of All Stoves Included (this part) Presents our overall conclusions from the project and provides a review of each of the stoves evaluated.

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