@ Chris Gary,
Maybe I am mistaken, but I’m pretty sure I’ve seen a few stoves that have an adjustable flame. Take the Packafeather / Packafeather XL for example… If my eyes are not deceiving me, I’d say that is an Alcohol stove with moving parts, No?
Correct me if I am wrong, but my understanding it that it’s not recommended to use Canister stoves with the Backpacker Oven UL. The reason being, the oven, once placed on top of the canister stove will redirect the heat downward and your risk the potential of causing your canister stove to overheat and explode. I suppose something along the lines of a REMOTE canister might work, but they can still be heavy.
@ Don’t Wantto,
Thanks for the information. I’ll start reading the Zen Stove Website.
@ Greg Mihalik,
I’m looking for the ability to actually Bake and that means at least 15-20 minute simmer times. Am I looking for un-obtanium? Probably… But I figured I’d ask.
It’s funny you mention the Packafeather. Prior to posting, I almost pulled the trigger on that stove. However, I thought I’d ask around here on the forums prior to buying. I appreciate the help!
@ Brian Camprini ,
Again, I’m pretty sure it’s not recommended to use a canister stove along with the Backpacker Oven UL. I’m pretty set on being able to use it on trips.
As for the weight, I have no doubt that I can eliminate the 7lbs easily. I’m saving 30 ounces on my tent and 40 ounces on my sleeping pad already. So It won’t take much to trim to get to my required weight. The information on the Piezo is great. The one on my Jetboil failed a long time ago and I’ve been doing as you said ever since. $10 for a replacement peizo or a $0.99 Bic lighter…
@ John Donewar,
The 1.6 oz Monatauk looks amazing! But we are back to the whole canister problem w/ Backpacking oven again. If it were not an issue, I’d already purchased one of those by now. Thanks though.