M Brunton GreenHeat Backpacking Stove REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
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Brunton GreenHeat is a gelled alcohol fuel that comes in a can (like Sterno), along with a pot stand/windscreen, for use as a backpacking or emergency stove. The "Eco-Friendly" moniker means that the alcohol is derived from plant sources rather than petroleum. I evaluated the Brunton GreenHeat stove by comparing it with Esbit solid fuel tablet and alcohol stoves in the lab and field.
- GRAPH: Boil Time: GreenHeat vs. Esbit and Alcohol
- GRAPH: Fuel Consumption: GreenHeat vs. Esbit and Alcohol
- TABLES: Comparative Boil Times, Fuel Consumption, Fuel Mileage, and Cost per pint of water boiled for GreenHeat vs. Esbit and alcohol under optimal, cold, and windy conditions.
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