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SOTO StormBreaker Multi-Fuel Stove

SOTO StormBreaker Multi-Fuel Stove

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Purchased expecting a multifuel stove, to find out it only burns white gas and isobutane. Honestly, this is not a real multifuel stove, but a duel fuel stove so its marketing dubious at best. I do feel a bit cheated buying with the expectation of this being a true multifuel stove only to find that it is only able to burn one type of liquid fuel.
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I’d like to hear from Hikin’ Jim who has tested out this stove, most lately over various conditions last year. At one point, he noted the following :https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/soto-stormbreaker-–-odd-occurrence.39111/. I’d like to know if Soto has fixed this issue.
DailyHiker
Thanks for the find, your google fu is better than mine!
phing
I thought it was relevant. After all, how many of us do leave the pump apparatus screwed into a fuel bottle, but close the fuel feed and transport it that way? Not a good situation if gear or vehicle get soaked in fuel, not to mention, possibly cold future meals. Winter camping especially a concern if you rely on melting snow for water. I still like the stove as the Windmaster burner is an excellent design paired with appropriate sized cooksets.
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140.00 dollars... I use a 10 dollar generic isobutane stove (windproof too) with a 5 or 6 dollar propane adapter. So I have an effective multi-fuel stove for 15 dollars, I've used it plenty of times and it works well and easy.
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Yep, but with $8 in shipping
trellis
Thks Trellis
What color and size fuel bottle comes with this? Pictures show silver and red. Soto website says red available in USA only. Also, title picture shows 23 oz bottle, specs list 16 oz fuel bottle. Thanks, Rich