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    Default 25g Mini Titanium Alloy Burner Folding Gas Stove BRS-3000T 2700W

    Anyone have any feedback on http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/1616745...lpid=82&chn=ps

    Another direct from China stove, comes to $16 with shipping.

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    Thanks for the link. That may be worth a try and I know a kid who can use a stove.
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    Ive got one and it works fine for smaller solo pots

    http://www.gearbest.com/camping/pp_116350.html

    Here is $ 13 shipped.
    Got mine for about $10 shipped when it was on sale.
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    I picked up one of these stoves -- BRS 3000T -- from an EBay vendor for $10 something plus shipping with the total coming to $16.18.

    Also picked up a nice anodized aluminum cookpot and lid pan with a 32oz capacity and 8oz for $11.

    As far as the stove though, it is really a well made and light weight stove. The production quality is quite good. Was 0.9 oz.

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    Ok! Y'all may have shown me the light. A stove weight on par with kitty litter stoves and burns BTU rich fuel.
    This could work and take 3/4 pound out of my summer pack.
    Thanks!
    Has anyone compared boil times with a mainstream stove like Snow Peak or MSR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuckahoe View Post
    ...Also picked up a nice anodized aluminum cookpot and lid pan with a 32oz capacity and 8oz for $11....
    I'm curious about the pot?

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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/151489824113...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

    That is the link to the ebay seller I bought from

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    I was putting together a cook kit for a kid, and I have been searching for inexpensive and quality pieces. Slap some other company's name on the box and this would be a $30 cook kit. As a no name Chinese made kit it is a steal at $11. Its actual weight is 8.4 oz with the pot at 5.1 and the lid at 3.3 oz. The pot easily is a 32 fl oz capacity, though I filled it to the rim with 5 cups. The lid is about 2.5 inches deep and a capacity to the rim of 16 fl oz.
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    I just picked up one of these and it's pretty nice. Light, sturdy, and works well. Did a pretty sad review of it here:


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    Not a bad stove folds up nice and does a good job.

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    It's a good stove. Like any backpacking stove though it will have limitations. Wind and fuel efficiency, plus CO output are issues to keep in mind. Not 100% but I believe this is the stove that's used in the Jetboil Ti mod, if so it's been pretty popular among the serious UL'ers.

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    Been using it on and off this year
    http://www.pmags.com/alcohol-stove-a...rnet-brs-3000t
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