Trangia Eva Case

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    Looks nice, but an extra half pound in the rucksack...

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    Car camping and road trops. I would not bring my 25 in a pack.
     
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    @snwcmpr I have the Eva case for both my 27 and my 25. Fits like a glove. I really like these cases.

    I actually tried to see if the Eva case would fit my Sigg Tourist Set as well. It is close but unfortunately the Eva 27 case is slightly too small and the 25 case is slightly too big.
     
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    How is it for removing the kit? Do you have to turn it over to remove it?
     
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    I believe so. It fits so snug that there is not much room to get your fingers on either side to pull it out. I'll get one of them out shortly and post a few pictures for you
     
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    Here is the Eva for 25

    As you can see I can easily fit one hand between the stove and Eva to pull the stove out without having to flip it upside down. I have medium large hands
     

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    Very cool. I like it.
     
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    On my list to get when I find one available in/to UK at a good price. I keep my modern 25 in the van as a backup/additional stove.
     
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    Me, too.
     
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    It's actually a great stove for a group. We took it on our hike of the Trans-Catalina Trail.

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    I have my 25 chock full, so a heavy kit as it is. I would have to remove much to pack it in.
     
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    I cut it down some for the trip. I did include the handy Trangia cutting board/strainer, as we were eating a fair amount of fresh veggies and pasta. I was able to put a small knife and a bamboo spatula in the kit, so it was all together. So basically pot, lid, kettle, cutting board/strainer, knife, spatula, and of course 2-piece windscreen and burner.

    We probably could have gotten by with a 27, but a) I didn't have one, and b) it was nice having the larger pots for what we were doing.

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    The case seems a perfect addition for keeping the modern trangias from getting dinged up in a car boot.
    The vintage models are so thick skinned anyway so only needs the thin nylon bag imho.
     
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    I found the kettle size too small for me to like the 27.
    I guess I could also NOT use the Duossal 25 kit, it may be lighter, huh?
    The EVA case would be for the car/truck only.
     
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    Oh my!!!!
     
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    I think a nicer leather one could be made without a zip. Got a EVA 25 on it's way from Netherlands. Postage has pushed price up but I felt like a treat!
     
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    HMMM, a leather one with a home made clasp.

    I would like to know how much you like the case.
     
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    I may make a leather one for my old 27 - one day!