review( sigg firestorm multi-fuel stove)
- Matt Chasen
Columbia, mo 65203
Background: Lived and hiked in Missouri for most of my life though I
didn't get into backpacking till 1995 when me and a friend did twenty-
two miles in cedar creek with combat boots,old framepacks,and iron
skillets. Think we both came out with quarter size blister and a good
lesson about how to prepare for such a trip.My wife and I camp year
round, since winter time,tends to provide alot of nice hiking weather
and alot fewer bugs.
review: Sigg Firejet multi-fuel stove.
wt. 305 grams
I have used this stove for a week out and cooked for three people.
The stove seems pretty effecient in my opinion and was rather easy to
maintain. Even in sub temps. I was able to fire up the stove and boil
water quickly. Takes about four minutes to boil a liter of water
which isn't bad in sub temps where the stove works harder to maintain
temp. I give this a two thumbs up in being a great stove and would
only say that if you burn gas or kerosene plan on cleaning the stove
after every use.