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…
Friday, 02 May 2014 21:53

Edelrid Kiro TI Reviewed

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Overall View A simple, lightweight, stove for use with standard resealable gas canisters. Powerful and with a medium flame spread and very responsive flame adjuster but piezo ignition has been dropped in favour of weight saving. Real World Test The Kiro TI, though something of a departure for Edelrid's more…
Friday, 02 May 2014 21:47

Honey Stove Reviewed

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The British designed and manufactured Honey Stove is a very adaptable stove with a mudular design that allows expandability from single person to group use. Primarily designed as a wood or meths/alcohol burning stove it can also double up as a highly efficient wind shield for remote canister stoves. The…
Friday, 02 May 2014 21:39

Jetboil Helios - Tested Reviewed

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Overall View It's not cheap, but the Helios is far more than a super-efficient, super-fast stove. The 2L pot is a good size for one or two people and with remote inverted gas feed you start recovering the capital outlay from day one with efficiency savings. At almost a kilo…
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