Monday, 29 December 2014 14:13

Alpkit Koro canister stove reviewed

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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

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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…
Friday, 02 May 2014 22:06

Jetboil Flash Reviewed

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Overall View The ground-breaking Jetboil PCS just got better! Lighter, more efficient and now with free stabiliser and pot converter the new Jetboil Flash is light enough for a wild camp but efficient enough for car based camping. Real World Test We've been using the original Jetboil PCS for several…
Friday, 02 May 2014 21:58

Coleman F1 Power tested and reviewed

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The F1 Power PZ is one of several stoves in the F1 range, targetted at solo backpackers. It's not the lightest stove on the market but for the extra weight, over say a Pocket Rocket, you get a piezo ignition. The four long arms give a noticeable improvement in stability…
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