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  Posted by: djo on Mar-29-12 1:55 PM (EST)
 

I have used the same one for many years. Easy to use (can you say fool proof), simple with no moving parts, clever design with a lid that can give you some temperature adjustment and cut of flame when fuel remains. The only two issues I have is that the fuel is a bit bulky - but then on longer trips you can buy it at any drug or hardware or automotive store you come across. Second they are pretty temperature and wind sensitive. Wind is the biggest deal and I use a collar made from a fan of heavy aluminum foil to act as a wind block. Without it the wind can be strong enough that water never boils.
David

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