25473RE: [BackpackGearTest] Re: MSR Simmerlite
- Feb 22 12:07 AMOh, it's a snap. I don't think it will go as low as a Dragon will because of
the flame size. It's goes as low but the burner head is huge compared to a
Dragon so the heat output at it's lowest setting is higher than the Dragon,
in my opinion.
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From: Bill Bradshaw [mailto:bradshaw@...]
Sent: Saturday, February 22, 2003 12:01 AM
Subject: Re: [BackpackGearTest] Re: MSR Simmerlite
I have been carrying a Dragonfly for years and have had very good luck with
it. I have dropped over 20 pounds from my pack and I am still looking for
more weight savings. I am a terrible cook so I really need to be able to
easily control the cooking temperature. How easy has it been to adjust the
SimmerLite to simmer temperatures?
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