9 09, 2018

Portable Stoves Ideal for Camping Excursions

By |2018-09-03T19:06:05+01:00September 9th, 2018|Camping, Cooking|0 Comments

When one goes out camping, the issue with food often comes into question. Should one bring canned goods? Or prepared food, conveniently packaged into rations? The bottom line is, there really is no rule which dictates campers what food they should bring should they be out, basking in the wonders of the great outdoors. Campers have the option of bringing whatever food items they want, including food ingredients, with meals to be prepared “on the spot”. Here, portable stoves come in quite handy. Portable stoves are amazing items for camping, simply because they are portable [...]

14 07, 2018

Alpkit Kraku Review small but hot!

By |2018-08-29T15:20:17+01:00July 14th, 2018|Camping, Cooking|0 Comments

Features Although the Alphkit Kraku is practically identical to the £25 priced Fire Midge Titanium, it only costs £20. However, you can only purchase it online. They both weigh 45g and the design of the folding pan supports helps to ensure that the burner folds into a very compact 5x3.5x3cm packed size. For easier use, a rotating flame control is available. To help keep the weight down, piezo ignition is not included. 4/5 Design Although the folding supports are nice, they extend to just 9cm diameter. Therefore, the Alpkit Kraku is only well-suited for small [...]

14 07, 2018

Review of Coleman Fyrestorm

By |2018-08-29T15:10:36+01:00July 14th, 2018|Camping, Cooking|0 Comments

Features The Coleman Fyrestorm features a built-in windshield as well as a sunken burner. These eliminate the unsatisfactory performance that most gas stoves have in the wind. Weighing a total of 128g, the pan supports are wide at 16cm, and the stove packs down to only 10x7cm. As a screw-on burner that is direct, this gas stove is an excellent choice even though you don’t get the low profile of a remote burner or an inverted canister. 4/5 Design The burner is 3.5cm in diameter. It has a sunken 1.8cm middle area. The wind block [...]

3 07, 2018

MSR WindBoiler Stove System HOT!

By |2018-08-27T14:09:29+01:00July 3rd, 2018|Cooking|0 Comments

For the ultimate performance in basic water heating, a dedicated burner and pot system really can't be beat. With this type of system, the components are optimised for working together in the most efficient way. The Jetboil Flash Personal Cooking System for many years has been dominating the solo backpacking industry. However, the competition has definitely heated up now that the WindBoiler Stove System has been released by MSR. MSR has incorporated its super efficient radiant burner into the WindBoiler that it included with its Reactor Stove for winter and alpine users. Its enclosed design [...]

2 07, 2018

What Makes The Primus Eta Express Stand Apart From The Competition

By |2018-08-27T14:01:55+01:00July 2nd, 2018|Cooking|0 Comments

A truly impressive backpacking and camping stove, the Primus Eta Express has experienced a real evolution. A mere £95 provides you with a windshield, a burner equipped with piezo ignition as well as a lidded pot that also contains a plastic bowl and colander. All of these tools fit neatly into a sack, though there is some room for improvement in terms of how compact the package can be made to be. However, the manner in which the windshield can be clipped onto the burner using magnets and the heatproof silicone grip on the pot [...]


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