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Landers, Frary and Clark No:0 Alcohol Stove

Discussion in 'Other Brands' started by Archivist, May 1, 2008.

  1. Archivist

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    This is a superb stove, puts out a veritable ton of heat and is darn near wind-proof. Its boiling times will rival many white gas ("petrol") stoves, and it's classy to boot. It's too heavy and bulky to hike with, but if you have transport (vehicle, animal, or boat) its a terrific stove to have along. The only downside is that it's NOISY - even louder, I think, than an MSR XG-K!

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    Great Stove! Is the Primer Pump spring loaded?
     

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