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Primus Power Trail Stove
Massdrop 101: Intro to Watches
The Improbable Popularity of Watches Since the sundial was invented some 5,500 years ago, humans have taken a keen interest in horology, or the science of timekeeping. And it’s no wonder why. Clocks break up the day in standard sets of inter...
Watches 101: Movements
The iconic Zenith El Primero caliber 3019 PHC manually-wound movement Hey all, I wanted to start a new series! Obviously, many people here are already extremely knowledgeable about watches, but one of the joys of the hobby is spreading kno...
Vargo Triad Alcohol Stove
I've been using this stove on solo and two person trips for a couple of years. There are faster options and simpler options but I had one specific requirement. I wanted something I could put out mid burn. I didn't want to have to estimate how much fuel I need or be unable to put out the flame if I have to leave the campsite. Cat can stoves require an extra cup or pot to snuff the flame, Trangia makes a great stove but it's relatively heavy and...
SOTO Amicus Stove
@chugger Yes, the Amicus' pot supports raise the pot up higher above the flame than the WindMaster. At first, I was pretty suspicious that the Amicus would not be as wind proof as the WindMaster. However, after running my tests, I found that the Amicus clearly did have wind resistant properties. The Amicus ran roughly equal to a control stove of the same BTU rating in no to low wind conditions, but as soon as the wind picked up, the Amicus...