SOTO WindMaster 4-Flex Stove
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Question: Can I use a 1 lb green propane canister with an adapter made by a third party on this stove? Firstly, the main feature that is common to all canister stoves and that is light weight. At 89 grams for the stove unit itself and 100 grams including the small carry bag, this stove isn’t the lightest in the stove market but doesn’t weigh that much. To be fair when you compare this to other stove types, you do need to include other items such as a pot, gas canister and canister stabiliser which will increase the weight. Being able to buy this stove as a standalone unit allows hikers to mix and match to get the system they want and the opportunity to change the pot choice depending on needs. So some suggested maintenance for customers if they do get a boil over and liquid spills onto the igniter would be to spray the igniter with WD-40 or CRC at the end of the hike and perhaps put a couple of drops of machine oil (I will use baby oil) on the igniter before storage. This should prevent the springs from rusting.
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SOTO's stoves are compatible with all major gas canisters on the market today. All major gas brand companies’ canisters are equipped with a Lindal valve. The connection for SOTO's stoves has been engineered to be compatible with the Lindal valve system thereby making it compatible with all major fuel canisters. The WindMaster offers a wide range of flame control options: Compared to traditional needle-valve system stoves, the WindMaster with micro regulator offers a wide range of flame control options. Sleeping Bags When it comes to wild camping, a good sleeping bag is essential. With Wood To Water’s selection, you can find the perfect sleeping bag to keep you warm and dry, no matter where you are. Read More
Well thanks again for your help and for SOTO making the best hiking stove on the planet. It beats any of the competition that I have used by far. I am sure I will have many more years using this excellent stove. Its three-pronged design also allows for superior stability while using the stove. The Amicus Stove is another great option from Soto, providing a powerful and fast boiling stove that features a wind-resistant design. It has an adjustable flame control and can be used with a variety of fuel canisters. Water Bottles and Flasks Some would say that Water is the most important thing when it comes to being out in the wild for any period of time. There are many methods of collecting, purifying and carrying water in the field and its important that you choose the right gear for the type of outing that you are doing – Depending on load-carrying if you are on foot or in a vehicle and many other factors. Here at Wood to Water, we have a wide range of purifying, collecting and carrying water. All the equipment we have chosen is tried and tested by our team.
SOTO Windmaster review: a lightweight stove for extended thru SOTO Windmaster review: a lightweight stove for extended thru
At its heart, SOTO provided a solution to the problem of burners taking around 2 to 3 minutes to preheat. This 'wait time' was reduced to just 15 seconds in normal conditions and 20-30 in extreme weather, leading to SOTO being crowned the 'Fastest Lighting Stove' in the world.It’s well named too, because for a canister-top stove – not traditionally a very windproof design – it is able to stay alight in breezy and even gusty conditions, which in our experience invariably blow out most similar stoves. This solid performance comes down to the broad, concave burner head, which also has a small but well-designed protective lip. The Soto Windmaster Stove is designed to last. It is made to be durable and reliable and should provide years of service with proper care and maintenance.
Soto WindMaster Stove Micro Regulator 4Flex - Trekitt Soto WindMaster Stove Micro Regulator 4Flex - Trekitt
The 4Flex pot stand is detachable, which you’ll either love or hate, and is wide enough for a frying pan. Personally I really like it, the way the 4Flex folds down is really satisfying and I really like fried bread when I’m camping. Of course anything detachable is easier to lose, so it’s a case of creating a system where you don’t lose it. I’ve seen a few good ideas on the internet, but my favourite is a mini carabiner to attach the support to the valve handle when you’re not using it.SNEWS recently put the WindMaster stove to the test. Here’s what their tester at Great Outdoor Provisions has to say about “the stealthy one.”: