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Optimus Crux Weekend HE Cook System
$70.21 - 79.95 (5%)
Weight: 10 oz
Boil Time (min): 3
Olicamp electron stove
$35.96 - 55.50 (5%)
Soto OD-1R
$56.90 - 69.95 (-4%)
Jetboil Sol Titanium Cook System
$149.95 - 159.99 (22%)
Weight: 8 oz
Boil Time (min): 2
Optimus Solo Cook System
$59.95 (8%)
Weight: 10 oz
Boil Time (min): 3

Choosing a Stove
Liquid fuel stoves are the most popular for backpacking. They generally operate well in cold weather and their fuel costs less than gas fuel most of the time as well. Some forms of fuel, such as kerosene or fuel oil, are readily available worldwide.

Disadvantages to liquid fueled stoves include: they require priming, hence some skill is needed to operate them properly; the fuel does not burn as cleanly as gas fueled stoves; soot builds up on cooking vessels eventually; and dropped liquid fuel poses a fire hazard (and can soil equipment).
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Snow Peak Giga Power
$39.95 (16%)
Weight: 3 oz
Boil Time (min): 3
Jetboil Backcountry Gourmet Cook Set
$159.95 (24%)
Weight: 1 lb 10 oz
Boil Time (min): 2
Primus firehole 200 stove
$175.00 - 199.95 (31%)
MSR Reactor Stove System
$169.95 - 219.95 (14%)
Weight: 1 lb 5 oz
Boil Time (min): 3
Jetboil sol titanium cooking system
$124.88 - 159.95 (-9%)
Weight: 8 oz
Boil Time (min): 2
Optimus vega
$89.00 - 94.95 (4%)
Olicamp vector stove
$23.49 - 29.95 (-5%)
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