Camping with your yak.
The Fishin' Musician wrote:My tip, dont keep the burner In your pots, it'l leave an odur.
& grab a Trangia fuel bottle. The real one. They're worth it!
mingle wrote:Cool... I picked up a 1litre Trangia bottle last week from Anaconda ($21)
mingle wrote:I'm thinking about bringing both on the Snake Island trip and we can have a cook-off
mingle wrote:My Clikstand and Trangia arrived this morning - in less than a week from the US, which was a nice surprise...
Very well made, pretty easy to assemble, nice and compact and pretty sturdy... Seems to be slightly better quality than the Trangia Triangle stand.
The parts of the system: S-2G stand, wind-shield and Trangia burner:
The stand and burner assembled:
... and wind-shield installed:
I'm looking forward to give it a test-run tomorrow...
The Fishin' Musician wrote:You have now been designated the official MKB fry cook!
Shoota wrote:If you want a stove that works, is solid and bullet proof plus cheap to buy than take a look at the Army hexamine stove, they use a solid fuel tablet and cook great. I've used them out bush with the army and also use them now when out on hunting trips. Packs up much more compact that a trangi or other stoves on the market. If it wasn't reliable or tuff it wouldn't have made it into the military for use.
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