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…
Friday, 02 May 2014 21:34

Kovea Spider Reviewed

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Kovea may not be a well known name in the UK but they're by no means a new company, being the manufacturer behind many of the market leading brand name stoves. Now trading under its own name in the UK the Spider is the first of a line of products…
Friday, 02 May 2014 21:28

MSR Pocket Rocket Reviewed

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Talk about stoves with anyone who camps regularly and the MSR Pocket Rocket is bound to get a mention. Over the space of a few years this stove has become a classic and a benchmark by which others are measured. Since it first appeared on the market new, lighter, stoves…
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