M MYOG - A Winter Canister Stove using your Summer Upright Stove and the Brunton Stove Stand
by Roger Caffin
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*The Brunton Stove Stand is quoted as weighing 5.4 ounces (153 grams), but this is a little high. With the added bits, mine weighs a total of 5.57 ounces (158 grams). The weight of a summer upright canister stove must also be added in. As an example, my favorite Snow Peak GST100 weighs 2.58 ounces (73 grams), making the total weight for my inverted winter canister stove 8.15 ounces (231 grams). This makes it one of the lightest winter canister stoves around.
- The Brunton Stove Stand
- Winter Stove Requirements
- Lab Testing
- Technical Details of Gas Expansion
- Field testing
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