M Markill Peak Ignition Canister Stove REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
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Weighing only 3.3 ounces (94 grams), the Markill Peak Ignition is a titanium mini-canister stove with piezo-electric ignition that it is identical to the Kovea Camp 3. The Peak Ignition is, in fact, manufactured by Kovea of South Korea. This review (and the review of the identical Kovea Camp 3) will help untangle any confusion that readers may have about these stoves. Note: the Camp 3 and Peak Ignition are very similar to the Vargo Jet-Ti stove (not reviewed), which is made by Kovea of South Korea.
- 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
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# TABLES: 3
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