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    Default best achy stove for snow peak 600

    Currently use cat stove but really to wide for sp600..any reccs on a cheap light stove and windscreen.

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    Use a 3 oz cat stove.

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    minibulldesigns bios micro with a carbon felt screen. I'd just buy his beginners kit with the 10cm IMUSA pot/cup and lid added to that stove, windscreen and handlewrap...that carbon felt is sweet. serves as a cozy and pot grabber as well. I'm pretty impressed with the cup and lid. used a couple of rubberbands to hold the lid to the pot while packed...works great.
    See ya when I get there.

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    i think the more affordable options that has a flame pattern that's suitable for the sp600, is the gram weenie series. Check em out at:
    http://www.end2endtrailsupply.com/Alcohol_Stoves.html

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    X2 for the gram weenie pro

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    A really really good one is the Fancee Feest stove. It comes with a 4"x22" EZ-Fold windscreen

    http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/fancee-feest.php

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    +1 for the Fancee Feast. We have 2 and its our new go to!

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    Default best achy stove for snow peak 600

    Fancy feast cat stove is da Shiz nit

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    Default best achy stove for snow peak 600

    Check this out!
    http://andrewskurka.com/2012/myog-hybrid-alcohol-twig-wood-stove/

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    The best stove for the SP600, is a simple tealight and wire mesh potstand with tight fitting windscreen. Jason Klass has a video somewhere.

    The SP600 is fairly heavy at 2.8 oz. I have a stainless cup with handle that weighs 2.2.
    Of course a fosters pot is 0.9 oz.
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    I use Esbit with my SP-600. Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saltysack View Post
    Currently use cat stove but really to wide for sp600..any reccs on a cheap light stove and windscreen.
    Many good options out there. For the flexibility of using alcohol or Esbit and a nice titanium windscreen, see www.digandgo.net/windscreensetc.html
    Total weight for small windscreen, DualFuel burner, and stainless steel potstand would be 46 grams, about 1.6 oz
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