We've only looked at an early production sample to date, but the new Primus Micron Trail will hit the shops this Spring as possibly the most adjustable canister top stove on the market.
Tuesday, 26 May 2015 11:20

Primus Lite+ Stove tested and reviewed

Written by
Primus Lite+ Stove New in 2015 and a replacement for the popular Eta Lite, the Primus Lite+ is a classic heat exchange stove optimised for boiling water fast. A unique locking system gives the system a faster set-up time and increases stability while the potsize is ideal for the solo…
Monday, 29 December 2014 14:13

Alpkit Koro canister stove reviewed

Written by
Koro titanium gas canister stove The Alpkit Koro is a lightweight remote canister gas stove at a sensible price made in China for the Nottingham based company. Based on high altitude research and constructed using titanium it provides a stable and reliable burner at temperatures well below zero.
Tuesday, 29 July 2014 09:20

Fuel4 gel and liquid tested and reviewed

Written by
Fuel4 is a smokeless, non-toxic and environmentally-friendly cooking fuel available in either a liquid form or as a gel and over the last 12 months it's made a big impression in the lightweight backpacking community. With the emergence of resealable gas canisters back in the 80's as a clean alternative…
Page 1 of 4