Rating: 5 / 5
This is the stove that I go to when the weather dictates that water comes from melting the solid form. At 10.2 oz, including stuff sack, it's one of the lightest options to get the Btu's for winter camping.
It's operation is relatively fiddle free. I use the canister in the inverted mode in order to drain all the liquid butane out of the canister, which otherwise would remain behind, after the propane has burned off. This way, I get efficient use of the fuel, that only a remote canister stove can give, because at winter temperatures, the typical upright canister stove can't vaporize the butane, which is 70% or more of the fuel.
The stove is sturdy and stable. It lights easily. One trick I use is to hold the lighter under the pre-heat tube momentarily, just before lighting the burner. This insures that the initial flow of fuel is vaporized by the time it reaches the burner.
My only wish for improvement is that the hose connection should be on a swivel. The placement of the inverted canister is tricky due to the lack of a swivel connector.