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Antigravity Gear .4 oz pepsi style alcohol stove

in Stoves - Alcohol

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4.83 / 5 (6 reviews)

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Ryan Hutchins
( ryan_hutchins )

Somewhere out there
Antigravity Gear .4 oz pepsi style alcohol stove on 06/29/2007 11:36:17 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 4 / 5

I used this stove briefly - over 5 days in the Idaho back country during the summer. the stove is incredibly light and simple to use. I found I needed to go to the second line inside the stove to get a good boil in my MSR titan kettle. I made a light windscreen from aluminum foil, which worked well. The stove lit easily and primed quickly for this type of stove.
A pot cozy will help to cook pastas and such, but for quick boils and early morning coffee, it can't be beat.

Price comparison from GearBuyer: MSR Titan Kettle priced at: $47.98 - $60.00
eric levine
( ericl )

Northern Colorado
Very good over 5 years now, a 5 on 07/01/2007 12:34:32 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

This was my first alcohol stove after the Trangia, which I used before these pepsi stoves were invented.

Despite a taped seam build, this stove is very good, still doing great after 5 or more years. I more often use my open faced red bull stove for summer, as it's a better fit for my small snowpeak 20 oz. Ti bowl.

Don't see how I can rate it below a 5.

Mike Clelland
( mikeclelland - M )

The Tetons (via Idaho)
Antigravity Gear .4 oz pepsi style alcohol stove on 07/02/2007 10:52:46 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

The AGG pepsi stove is a suprisingly robust little unit. I can get a full boil on an MSR Ti-Kettle from the lower line.

Alas, any alcohol stove is hard pressed to boil a lot of water. For small solo style trips, this is the best.

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Steve Martell
( Steve )

Eastern Washington
Pepsi-can Alcohol Stove on 07/02/2007 20:48:28 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

Great stove for solo/basic water boiling. One of the few UL gear items that costs virtually nothing if you build your own. Mine is an older Pepsi-can version with the jets out of the top versus the sides. This style thus requires a seperate pot support but you have less wear & tear on the stove. Even after four years of heavy use it has held up well. My canister stove has collected a lot of dust since I switched to alcohol. Can’t imagine using anything else for 3 season use.

Edited by Steve on 11/10/2007 06:29:04 MST.

Peter Atkinson
( sewing_machine )

Yorkshire, England
Hard to beat for solo trips on 08/02/2008 07:33:08 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

This is one of my favourite pieces of gear: cheap, light, functional, and just plain pleasing. I intend buying a few for mates for birthday presents as these aren't very common in the UK, and they should be!

Great for solo trips, nothing can beat it really.

Shawn Wakefield
( sjwakefield )

Southern Oklahoma
Light, reliable, inexpensive on 04/28/2009 18:07:40 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

Works great, compact, easy to pack, heats pretty quickly. I have used this one a lot, and am very happy with it. Very affordable as well.

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