One of my best small stoves

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  1. pjs United States

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    A281983C-D110-432C-B4DA-67E7F6E47CE1.jpeg Making a quick penne noodle beef bouillon in my small coffee percolator with one of my favorite stoves. Please name your favorite small stove.. pictures would be great..
     
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    Pri 70 on coffee duty back in the day ...

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    Valmet's stove is my favorite small stove. Domestic, I have been working for a company that has Valmet origin, I have visited the factory that made the stove, stove has low center of gravity and just perfect for one person use. Here some pictures: https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/valmet-test-trip.29050/
     
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    AGM 20 coil burner is one I really like. I coined It Debby since it really put’s out for its small size. E483E206-0756-4EC1-9F16-27EF3951811E.jpeg
     
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    Monitor 17B

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    Trangia for sure. Quickly becoming my favorite stove of them all, not just of the small stoves.

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    +1 on the Trangia. When I play with stoves I use all sorts of pressure stoves, both kero and white gas. But when I actually NEED a small stove, I usually grab a Trangia. What’s not to like? Going to the coast where it is windy? No problem. Forgot a pot or utensil? Never, it is in the kit. Didn’t feel like playing around but just wanted a hot pot of soup or coffee? You got it. Forgot fuel? Just stop at any hardware or walmart. I am not a snow melter so I don’t need anything hotter.