In the endless search to make camping more appealing for my wife, and as an excuse to buy more gear, I am on the search for a stove that will be comfortable for meals more involved than my typical boil in a bag method.
Remote canister stove
Wide flame pattern
Wide stable base for larger pots
Light enough for some family backpacking (no Coleman double burners)
Ideally low CO levels (I just like the idea of this and I'm considering trying some winter cooking in a ventilated floor-less tent in conjunction with a digital CO monitor, although this would not be the primary use of the stove)
So far I have narrowed it down to two stoves:
Primus Gravity II EF With Piezo Ignition Gas Stove P-327993
Kovea Expedition TKB-9703-1
The Kovea is heaver, but also lower in CO and I am leaning towards it. Apologies in advance for asking such a non-light weight centered question on this forum. I promise to cut my toothbrush even shorter if I buy this stove:) Any suggestions are appreciated.