Another thread on this forum asks about lightweight options for a generally heavy object that some contend would be of the utmost importance in a dire situation. I'm looking for feedback on a similar item.
As I'm sure many of you agree, there is no more dire, and indeed likely, situation that one might encounter on the trail than that of wrinkles. This problem has only been exacerbated by the advent of crisp-collared trekking shirts like BPL's Thorofare. I haven't yet had the opportunity to press on the trail, but have in other field situations, like my work with Habitat for Humanity:
I currently use a Black & Decker Steam Advantage iron, along with a Polder Deluxe Tabletop board:
The pair work like a dream, but weigh in at an ungodly 94 ounces. I still want the security of the setup, but want to know if I can go lighter while keeping the wrinkle-stopping power I need. Suggestions?