M Mini Trangia & Liberty Mountain Westwind Alcohol Stoves REVIEW
by Blake Morstad
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The Mini-Trangia and the Liberty Mountain Westwind alcohol stoves are two lightweight configurations of the Trangia family of stoves. Both use the Trangia alcohol burner. The Mini-Trangia alcohol stove includes a cook kit that also serves as a packaging system for the stove. The Liberty Mountain Westwind alcohol stove is a lighter weight version that includes a three-piece windscreen/pot stand. The Trangia burner is nicely designed and has some useful features. For example, for shorter duration trips, fuel can be stored within the stove itself, which is sealed by a threaded cap. The Trangia burner is on the heavy side compared to other alcohol burners we reviewed, but it is well designed, quality made, and performs well.
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