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john griffith
(jgriffith)

Locale: Southeast U.S.
Winter Stoves on 03/07/2007 09:19:23 MST Print View

Most of my trips are in the south in the winter where I routinely experience lows in the teens. I use a white gas stove, and would like to go lighter. What's the best choice?

Eric Blumensaadt
(Danepacker) - MLife

Locale: Mojave Desert
Southern Stoves on 03/09/2007 12:09:54 MST Print View

Well, if you mean you live south of the Mason-Dixon Line then look at Coleman's lightest solo stoves, especially their Fyrestorm.

It is a DUAL FUEL canister/white gas stove. Coleman's system & canisters use the LIQUID part of the iso-butane canister fuel. They also recently came out with a conversion kit so you could use "regular" canisters like Snow Peak, MSR, etc.upside down, to get the liquid part of the fuel.