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Minimalist Trangia technology for lightweight camping and wilderness challenges. So small it will handily fit in the top pocket of your rucksack. With burner housing unit and windshield, 1 aluminium pan, 1 frying pan/lid and a pan holder.


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Product Features

  • Meths burner
  • Burner housing with windshield
  • 1 aluminium pan
  • 1 frying pan / lid
  • pan holder

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6 Customer reviews for this product

 
simply outstanding!
Reviewed By Aubrey, 03 Jun 2014

I purchased this stove last month and I have just used it exclusively on a 1 week solo camping trip.
For 1 person this stove is in my opinion the best you can get. I used it for boiling water for teas and dehydrated meals as well as boiling wet pouch meals in the pot and found it perfect for the job.
It may not be as fast as a gas stove but considering its compactness and lightness I am willing to wait the extra time , plus if you burn ethanol you are a lot more environmentally friendly.
So if you are looking for a stove for solo camping you have to look no further , believe me you will not be disappointed.

 

 

 
Best stove for the UK backpacker in no hurry
Reviewed By LJ, 12 Apr 2014

I love this little stove. It is perfect for the soloist and you can hardly damage it even if you were to jump on it.

It boils a litre of water in 5-7 minutes depending on conditions. (Tip: make a stiffened foil windshield). The fuel is easy to get in the UK and its a no brainer to use, though it can be hard to see the frame in bright sunlight, but it isn't as though it is filling your shelter with explosive fumes.

Disadvantages:
--Slow compared to other fuels
--Fuel hard to get in other countries
--Some people will object to the smell

Advantages
--Really could not be simpler to use
--Practically zero-maintenance
--Very space efficient

 

 

 
Great value light weight stove
Reviewed By Glenn, 02 Sep 2013

Excellent quality and hard wearing. Fits easily into your rucksack and is simple to use and pretty efficient at boiling water - the use of a windshield makes it even better.

Highly recommended!

 

 

 
Simple and Effective
Reviewed By Henry, 20 Aug 2013

This small stove takes away the weight and bulk usually associated with Trangia's and maintains the excellent quality. It fits in your rucksack easily and is simple to assemble and use meaning it is robust and good for Scout Camps as well as hiking. It may be slower than gas cookers but works in the negative temperatures meaning your never without a hot meal/drink. Highly recommended for Ten Tors, Scouting, Moorland walking and the like.

 

 

 
light weight
Reviewed By Eilidh, 29 Apr 2012

this light weight mini trangia is handy and good at cooking just about anything!

 

 

 
Nothing to go wrong, simple and perfect
Reviewed By , 23 Jun 2011

I've owned this little beauty for about 8 months now and can honestly say it is the one I take with me whenever I go out to the hills.

Pros.
Light, simple, easy to use, easy to obtain fuel, robust and safe

Cons.
Takes a little longer to boil your kettle than some other fuels.

The packed size of this stove is small enough that I leave it in the top pocket of my rucksack all the time. On long trips or in winter I take a litre of meths, for short trips just 500 ml.

The stove packs into its own aluminium pot with the frypan lid clipping over the top. You get a lightweight aluminium combined heatshield/potstand into which the burner is placed. There is also a really lightweight pot grab which feel almost as insubstantial as a pair of tweezers, yet is still capable of safely lifting the pot when full of boiling water.

To use, simply pour sufficient meths (about 30-50 ml) into the burner and place the burner in the stand. Light and place you pot of water (stew, soup) on the stand. For a quicker boil use the frypan as a lid. In windy conditions I got a full pot of water (about 850 ml) to the boil in about seven minutes. You should note that it takes nearer ten without the lid.

Conclusion.
Unless you are cooking