Friday, 02 May 2014 21:23

MSR Windpro - Tested and Reviewed

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The first thing you notice about the MSR WindPro is its minimalist style and size, instrumental in making this the lightest remote canister stove on the market. Don't go overboard when it comes to the weight, however, as there's only about 5g difference between this stove and the Primus Express…
Friday, 02 May 2014 21:18

Optimus Nova Reviewed

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Overall View Although superseded by the Optimus Nova+ the original Nova is still going strong thanks to its strong history of reliability and flexibility. With a low centre of gravity and wide spreading legs the Nova is a very stable stove but still packs away neatly into its own storage…
Friday, 02 May 2014 21:12

Optimus Stella + Reviewed

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Overall View A good 3 season performer with the advantages of the Crux burner in a remote canister stove. One of the best temperature adjusters around but no pre-heat means the stove lacks real cold weather performance. Both heavy and expensive for a 3 season stove when compared to canister…
Friday, 02 May 2014 21:04

Primus Eta Express stove Reviewed

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The Primus Eta Express uses heat-exchange technology similar to the well known Jetboil PCS to achieve both fuel efficiency and fast boil times that are impossible to match with traditional canister top stoves. Everything you need comes in a single package with the Eta Express, with stove, windshield, pans and…
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