doomed to a candle? - a gap in my collection...

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  1. gieorgijewski

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    every of my stoves are to strong for that perfect percolator
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    after boiling - power need to be reduced to 4-5 tealighter -and burn min 10 minutes.

    Have You - any idea of pocket small stove to realise thats tasks?
     
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    I’m not a percolator guy,so I’m no help with that. I use a French Press when on the go most often, with water just off the boil.
    Ivan
     
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    @gieorgijewski
    Here’s how Gebrüder Bing
    resolved it.

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    A Trangia ‘bloom’ would roast your pot. I recommend @redspeedster ’s smallest spirit burner. I tried out Gary’s excellent products when he first brought them out and it’s good kit. Fabricate a simple stand, job done.

    Edit

    Ian posted his view on the suitability of a Redspeedster burner as I typed.
     
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    A Turm Sport or Turm Touring.

    Both meth stoves with a great simmer for Percolating
     
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    i was used wick burner for that
    John - thats bings s. is no lakes in transport?

    Yes i do not know Turms pocket - could be good - and step up for other tasks
     
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    You mean it could leak in transport. Yes, it’s for domestic use.
     
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    in my imagination ( :) )
    I was looking for "miniature versions" of bigger - knowed designs
    or just miniaturised burner parts- with real size tanks
     
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    MSR dragonfly
     
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    Manning Bowman stoves were made for that.
     
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    I have used a cheap chinese 42 grams "Pocket rocket" style with good result on my 1 pint percolator.
    Turm Sport is easy to throttle down and should work - I have the early version that is a good bit fiddlier to set up and pack down than a 96 so it doesn't get much use.
     
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    Oh, the 123 can simmer for a percolator.
     
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