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Pure Outdoor Backpacking Stove: Universal Backpacking Stove $17.50, Titanium Backpacking Stove $12.65, or Micro Titanium Backpacking Stove $11.24 + Free Shipping via Monoprice

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Save your money and buy an MSR
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Save your money and buy an MSR
Not really thia is OEM of Firemaple 116T, reviewed to be one of the lightest stove ever and quite good. I recently got one and it is indeed great. And for the price, no brainer
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Save your money and buy an MSR
Jetboil FTW, if not, one of these is next best for the money.
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I'd be interested in the universal one as a back-up for my MSR but hesitant with the reviews I've seen. The last thing you want is malfunctioning equipment when in the back country
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I'd be interested in the universal one as a back-up for my MSR but hesitant with the reviews I've seen. The last thing you want is malfunctioning equipment when in the back country
isn't that what a backup is for?
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With hurricanes becoming more prevalent, the need for emergency equipment such as this seems to make sense.
Since one of these seems it may work, would anyone know about the quality/price of their lanterns?
https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=16402
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With hurricanes becoming more prevalent, the need for emergency equipment such as this seems to make sense.
Since one of these seems it may work, would anyone know about the quality/price of their lanterns?
https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=16402
Could always do the old trick of a good piece of twine shoving it to the bottom of a can of Crisco for a candle
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Just got one thanks! I have a jetboil that just boils water so this is an awesome addition to my camping gear! Got the one with the hose, looks portable but more stable.
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Save your money and buy an MSR
What's your reasoning? From what everyone else is saying it's good quality? I have a jetboil for boiling water but this seems like an amazing deal for a portable outdoor stove.
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There are tons of these on Amazon for similar prices. I got one for $12 a few years back. Here is one that looks the same https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01DY31...XzbJ1FXJYE
That being said I have a cheap <$20 burner I got 10+ years ago and it still works fine. I camp a decent amount and am glad I didn't spend tons of money like the REI guy said I should on some expensive one.
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Comparing this stove to an MSR which looks like it costs $100+ dollars wasn't what I expected. Slickdeals is slipping if folks are talking down deals in favor of high priced REI retail gear.

For this piece it just needs to fit my bug out bag and work when I test it. I have no plans right now to live off it for long treks through the jungle.

I was a marine and a Boy Scout. To be honest with you if I were in survival situations I would use a DIY rocket stove or a Dakota fire hole. I can make both wherever I am and likely do what I need to do without having to carry fuel.

Having a tiny stove like this is helpful regardless because it only adds more options. Having as many options is critical when survival is at stake.
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