M Modified Vargo Triad XE Stove REVIEW
by Roger Caffin
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The Vargo Triad XE is a jetted and pressurised alcohol stove that looks superficially a bit like its sibling, the Triad, but there are a number of significant differences. It is promoted as being 'dual-fuel': you can use the assembly to burn solid fuel tablets as well by removing the alcohol tank. This review will focus on using the Triad XE with alcohol, and a small modification that can be made to the stove that helps it light more easily.
- What's Good - as bought
- What's Not So Good
- What's Good - after modifications
- Specifications: Manufacturer, Year/Model, Construction Material, Construction Process, Mechanical Design, Jets, Alcohol Capacity, Stove Style, Boil Time, Burn Time, Target Use, Weight, MSRP
- Field Experience - Part 1
- Design Theory
- Field Experience - Part 2
- Field Experience - Part 3
- Other Features
- What's Unique
- Recommendations For Improvement
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# PHOTOS: 6
# TABLES: 1
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