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Camping Stove

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by foxtrott, Dec 3, 2019.

  1. foxtrott

    foxtrott Big Poster

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    Hi can anyone recommend a fold up gas stove with a pre heat pipe and ignite button. I need a up grade and my lad needs one for cadets.
    After my last fishing trip in sub zero temperatures I realised I need a stove with a fuel heater pipe cheers.
     
  2. Jukebox

    Jukebox Better to burn out...than to fade away.

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    Bulin T4 mate ...... loads of people use these on the carp scene and swear by them :thumb:
     
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    I use a jetboil , never had a failed ignigition , cooks MRE style sachets in minutes , can get pot stands for mess tins etc .
     
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    this time of year i'd only use a coleman petrol stove on panel wipe if you don't like the petrol smell
     
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    Hi pal sorry what's panel wipe is it for body work etc
     
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    yes mate it's the same as colemans naptha fuel just cheaper especially if you have a mate who works in a paint shop and can get it cheap
    i ran coleman stoves for years and apart from generators carboning up (running on panel wipe stops this)don't have any bother but have now swapped to a double gas burner as i fish now only march-sept as work keeps me busy through the colder month's
     
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    Hi the alpkit is goot I have just got one look at all the reviews
     
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    I have used a Primus (Paraffin) and a Coleman (Petrol) for years.

    If I were in the market for a stove, I would go for the Kelly Kettle.
     
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    I’ve got a Coleman sportster stove I’ve had for decades and a new primus Omnifuel

    both petrol or mower fuel

    the Coleman is better in windy weather but the primus heats far faster

    don’t base your purchase on an auto ignition because they’re a bit pointless and usually don’t work for long

    i have a little primus igniter that lights the stoves faultlessly every time
     
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    Coleman Peak 1 or Sportster for me. Or a kelly kettle if you can be bothered to lug it about. But neither of those are folding gas stoves.... :facepalm:
    :thumb:
     
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    ninjarich1971 Snoozing gracefully

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    Coleman all the way, fill her up with unleaded, plenty of pressure and give it a minute or two to get up to temp to stop the black smoke on the kettle and pans. Use mine all the time when away on bike. Top bit of kit
     
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    Another suggestion: -

     
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