M Brunton Raptor Canister Stove REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
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New for 2005, the Brunton Raptor incorporates some great features into a $40 canister stove. While other base level canister stoves don't have any extras, the Raptor includes piezo-electric ignition, 6-inch wide pot supports, and stainless steel construction. This review details the results of my tests of the Raptor in the lab and in the field.
- What's Good
- What's Not So Good
- Specifications: Manufacturer, Stove, Weight, Size, Materials, Features, Heat Output, MSRP
- Table 1: Comparative time and fuel consumption for three canister stoves to melt and boil a pot full of snow
- Table 2. Summary of boil time and fuel consumption data
- What's Unique
- Recommendations For Improvement
# WORDS: 1300
# PHOTOS: 1
# TABLES: 3
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