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    I use the Esbit pocket stove when back packing. When camping, I just build a fire...if I am in a place that has wood.

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    I normally surround it by rocks to help keep in the heat and block the wind more then just the two sides.
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    Default Stove in a can

    I came across this stove by way of an advertisement on the forum.

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    Stove In A Can is a portable, self-contained cooking platform, that gives you a week's worth of cooking. Virtually anything that can be cooked on a regular stove can be cooked on a Stove In A Can
    • Cooks for 4-6 hours (1 week's worth of cooking time)
    • Boils water in 5 minutes
    • Holds over 300 lbs
    • Stores indefinitely and safely (no chemicals)
    • Can be lit and re-lit
    http://www.quickstove.com/

    Stove will be added to the list of stoves on page one.
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    That's pretty slick. Looks like you could use it as a wood burner after you used the fuel.
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    If your interested in recommending a unique camp stove please check the Master List on page one to see if your stove is listed. If not, make a post with a link and I'll be happy to include it on the list.

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    Here's another alcohol burner - the Trangia Spirit Stove. http://www.safezonellc.com/trangia.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    Here's another alcohol burner - the Trangia Spirit Stove. http://www.safezonellc.com/trangia.html
    I have one of those, Trangia has made a variety of stove holders for their alcohol burner. I'll add it to the list.
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    http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/c....aspx?a=900475

    Depends what you call compact, first I have seen one so thought I'd share.
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    I thought I would list some of the current Esbit stoves that are available.
    http://www.esbit.net/

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    Esbit BBQ 100S

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    Esbit CS585HD

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    I saw that dang grill a couple of weeks ago. I don't know how heavy it is but it's kinda neat. They just took the same concept as their military stove and made it bigger.

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    They have two sizes
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    Default MSR WhisperLite Universal

    New for 2012, the MSR WhisperLite Universal.

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    The WhisperLite Universal hybrid-fuel stove is our first to combine canister and liquid fuel capabilities into one comprehensive package. Built on an upgraded WhisperLite™ chassis featuring improved stability, lighter weight and simplified maintenance, it burns just about any fuel you're likely to find. And unlike anything that's come before it, our patent-pending AirControl™ technology delivers uncompromised performance across all fuel types, and we've delivered it all in a lightweight package that won't slow you down.*For best results with canister fuel, always burn MSRŪ IsoPro fuel canisters.

    • Hybrid-Fuel Performance: Patent pending AirControl™ technology creates the optimal fuel/air mix for top-notch performance with canister fuel, white gas, kerosene and unleaded gasoline.
    • Canister Liquid Feed: Delivers better cold weather and low-fuel performance with a more consistent output over the life of each canister. Canister stand Included.
    • Lightweight: Aluminum mixer tube, extra-stable stainless steel legs and refined design keep weight to a minimum.
    • Easy Transitions: Liquid and canister fuel couplers pair with fuel-specific jets for quick and easy transitions.
    • Field Maintainable: Self-cleaning Shaker Jet technology and redesigned leg assembly facilitate fast cleaning and even easier maintenance in the field.

    Made in USA
    Minimum Weight 13.7 oz / 388 g
    Packed Weight 1 lbs 3.4 oz / 549 g
    Burn time (white gas) per 600ml / 20 oz. of fuel Appx. 110 minutes
    Burn time (MSR IsoPro) per 227-g / 8-oz. canister Appx. 75 minutes
    Burn time (kerosene) per 600ml / 20 oz. of fuel Appx. 155 minutes
    Boil time (white gas), 1 liter 3.5 minutes
    Boil time (kerosene), 1 liter 4.4 minutes
    Boil time (MSR IsoPro), 1 liter 3.75 minutes
    Water boiled (white gas) per 100 ml of fuel 4.4 liters
    Water boiled (white gas) per 1 oz. of fuel 1.3 liters
    Water boiled (kerosene) per 100 ml of fuel 5.3 liters
    Water boiled (kerosene) per 1 oz. of fuel 1.6 liters
    Water boiled (MSR IsoPro) per 227-g canister 15 liters
    Water boiled (MSR IsoPro) per 1 oz. of fuel 1.8 liters
    Country of Origin Made in Seattle, USA



    Stove added to list on page one!
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    Phil,

    I just added the 180 Tact series of stoves to the first post on here. I'd never seen them before. They fold up flat. A little expensive for what they are but interesting anyway.

    http://www.180tack.com/

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    Nice addition Rick, a little pricey but not too overpriced for USA made.
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    My favorite camping stove is the "MSR whisper lite international", runs on white gas, kero or unleaded gas. Makes for a great stove for the go bag, I have had mine for years and it has never let me down. Being able to run more than one type of gas, gives you options, making it more feasible in the field.

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    Dont for get about SOTO Products. Their Camp Stove is great I may get one. Look into it they make great products.

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    You know i did look around quite a bit and didn't see the MRS "Pocket Rocket" about $30 bucks, at Gander Mountain, was looking for a low price stove to make coffee at a "No fires" Rendezvous.
    Fuel kinda pricey, but did it's job, but had to put it in a dish pan as the coffee isn't done till it boils over........

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    Default Vargo Stoves

    Here are a few titanium alcohol stoves by Vargo. Recommended by Boo, added to list on page one.

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    Vargo Triad

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    Vargo Triad XE
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    It's been a while, so let me add a couple of posts with some new stoves.

    Wild Woodgas Stove (can be purchase in the USA) Added to list on page one.
    http://wildstoves.co.uk/wood-cooking...ood-gas-stove/

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    Default EcoZoom Stoves

    The EcoZoom wood burning stoves. (added to list on page one)
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