Bikepacking – which stove?
Jetboil isn’t that heavy, the heat exchanger adds a bit of weight compared to stove + pot, but it also acts as a windshield and massively reduces the time it takes to boil water. It’s a great stove for boil in the bag meals and stuff like noodles, less so if you want to do fancy cooking.Posted 4 years agostill s8tannormMember
bearbones stuff looks good
Weighs 8g and is tough enough to stand on (if you felt the need). Intended for boiling just enough water to brew up or rehydrate a meal.
Weighs 22g. Intended for larger pots and more water.
Weighs 48g. Remote feed, so you can keep it running for as long as you have fuel.Posted 4 years agojamesoSubscriber
I’d go for one of those ^ or a free diy coke-can stove version. 50-100ml of meths per day. Anything else is proper camping not bikepacking )Posted 4 years ago
My coke-can stove has lasted ~30 days/nights of use so far, looks a bit tired and dented but if needed you can make a new one mid-trip once you know how. I eat out of a 600ml mug on trips so it’s light but hardly classy cooking.bobloMember
Want gas? Don’t want canister top? How about a remote canister stove?
For winter, 198g and £40:Posted 4 years ago
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