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    By the way, this must be becoming a really useful list because I've seen it on a few other websites. That's fine with me, it's flattering that others think we've done such a good job that they want to share it with others they know. I've also seen credit given to the forum, that's good.
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    Great list, I own a couple of different stoves. I really like my TrailStove, its super light and I dont have to carry fuel! Someone may have posted it already but I didnt want to read 10 pages of posts to see, so I'll put the link here anyway...

    http://www.trailstove.com/
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    AlaskaBushman - I've added your recommendation to the list on page one.
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    Over the last couple weeks I have done a bunch of stove/fuel burn/boil tests and put the videos on my youtube channel, if anyone has time to kill. The last couple I bought and used were the Solo stove and the Emberlit. I also did Trioxane cubes, pyropak fire gel, MSR pocket rocket and more.

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    I bought a Pocket Stove, but couldn't get the pot to fit in my pocket.
    Anyone know where to source a Pocket Fire Extinguisher?
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    Personally I like my Hobo Stove that I made from a Stainless Steel Coffee Caddie. It took me a while to make and has been modified to make a more efficient smokeless burn.
    It is light and takes up far less room than most conventional Stoves especially as you can pack stuff inside it and the fuel is plentiful and readily available.
    When you consider that I don't have to carry fuel it makes it even lighter than a conventional stove without the risk of spillage.
    It also is a good backup in case your main stove breaks. It is also pretty wind resistant.
    I have a Coleman Stove as well.

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    I don't think we have this one. "The Fire Ant stove" Take a look at the video. I like the versatility.

    http://www.emberlit.com/en/
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    Little bug stove has treated me well


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    If you search twig stove you'll find more brands


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    I'll work on updating the list, thanks for the reminder.
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    I am into small,compact and light stoves. I've used MSR stoves and a few other brands of multi fuel and butane, but I found that they are usually bulky and quite heavy. For the last two years, i have only used alcohol stoves (either Triangia or the self made penny stoves) and also the self made hobo/wood gas stoves.
    On my trips, I would use the small wood burner hobo/wood gas stoves. However when the wood is wet (believe me, as I live in Malaysia, the jungle over here are usually damp), I would make a 3 sided firewall/wind breaker with the damp or wet wood, which surrounds my alcohol stove. I would use the alcohol stove to cook water an simple food that I bring, at the same time, dry the wood that I use as the firewall/windbreaker. These would be enough for me to use with my hobo/wood gas stove. Sorry for my poor English. I hope you guys can understand what I wrote.

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    Your English is just fine and a whole lot better than my Malaysian.
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    Thank you Crashdive, English is not my mother language, so I know I will screw up here and there often.

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    I have an odd folding stove that I got from the sportsmans guide 20+ yrs ago.

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