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Offline robsonthejob

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Re: Camping stoves
« Reply #20 on: February 23, 2016, 09:05:48 »
Trangia meths cooker - anything else is fragile. I've had mine for nearly 30 years so going strong. I've the "27" set with a frying pan, kettle and 2 saucepan / bowls. Did for me and Gozzer on our trip to Spain for the last 2 years. Brew in the morning, soup odd egg butty. Just get the nonstick ones if you are feeling more flush easier to clean. I also bought a proper fuel bottle recently its a good addition.

Offline roganjoshing

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Re: Camping stoves
« Reply #21 on: February 28, 2016, 09:28:29 »
I have a jet boil. Incredibly fast and compact but not cheap.

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