Originally Posted by The Bass Stalker
Loveing the responses. Didn't realize you could get that type of cooker. Are they any good? Assume they are quicker than the old meths tranja? The gas one I have isn't the best in a breeze. Tend to use the lid as a wind break and tuck it behind bushes. No,, not dry dusty ones!
They really are the dogs nuts!
I've got 2 of the things, one of which is over 20 years old. Never let me down and never been blown out even in the winduest of conditions.
Gas is only any good on a still calm day or indoors.
Most of my hill walking buddies have ditched the gas stoves as they are useless at the top of a windy mountain.
Coleman dual fuel stoves will burn Coleman stove fuel or unleaded quite happily.
Hence the dual fuel name.
Very powerful heat given off for when you need to eat fast.