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Esbit Alcohol Stove and Trekking Cookset

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About Esbit Alcohol Stove and Trekking Cookset

Esbit Alcohol Stove and Trekking Cookset
The Esbit Alcohol Stove and Trekking Cookset provides various options for cooking out on the trail. It has a 985 ml. (33 oz.) pot with a volume indicator in liter/oz increments on the side, and a 470 ml. (15.9 oz.) pot/pan that also serves as a lid. It is made of extremely light, hard-anodized aluminum, the set includes a stand that supports the pots, and includes a base for Esbit solid fuel tablets and a solid brass alcohol burner. The alcohol burner is constructed from brass and allows variable temperature control, and it holds the denatured alcohol in it during transport. Everything can be stored and carried in the large pot, which comes with a mesh bag, and fits compactly in your backpack Esbit Alcohol Stove and Trekking Cookset provides an efficient, compact trailside cooking solution.

Esbit Alcohol Stove and Trekking Cookset Features

  • 15.90 oz. pot that also servesas lid
  • 33.30 oz. pot with volume indicator in liter / oz
  • Alcohol burner constructed from brass
  • Alcohol burner has variable temperature control
  • Constructed from extremely light
  • Fold-away handle that helps to regulate or extinguish flame
  • Hard-anodized aluminum
  • Includes:
  • Stand,
  • 33.30 oz. Pot,
  • 15.90 oz. Pot,
  • Alcohol burner,
  • Base for a solid fuel tablet
  • Pots 2 hinged
  • Screw top
  • Rubber gasket
  • Stainless steel grips
  • Stand, alcohol burner, and solid fuel base
  • Stores in included mesh bag
  • Transported in big pot

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Nice solid cookset. I was quite surprised to find that I can get over an hour of burn time from the alcohol burner when it is filled to max capacity and you use the simmer ring (brought 1L of 34F water to boil, then used simmer ring to keep at slight boil for total time of 75 min). I like the dual fuel option with this stove. It is slow to boil, especially if you start with a high volume of ice cold water, but it burns for a long time. If you are looking for a stove to primarily boil water, this isn't it. If you like to prepare inexpensive backpacking meals that require actual cooking, this stove works quite well and is pretty bombproof. I have found that a windscreen is a useful item to have with this stove, even though the base is designed to protect the flame from the wind. It is a little heavy, compared to the various isopro stoves out there, but you don't have to pack out mulitple isopro canisters, it doesn't clog, and it gives you some cooking options that isopro stoves don't do very prectically.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
CHARLES M  Simple, durable, low maintenance, dependable stove set. Alcohol is a versatile and inexpensive fuel and this set allows me to cook and simmer so that I am not restricted to freeze-dried meals on the trail (big cost savings). I use this stove set much more frequently than my MSR WindPro stove set.
Brandon P  what kind of alcohol does it use?
HAROLD B  The esbit alcohol burner uses denatured alcohol which can be found in most hardware or paint stores. Yellow colored HEAT fuel deicer is also a source found at local auto stores and gas stations. Please don't drink that type of alcohol (makes a person sick)
CHARLES M  It uses methanol. You can use HEET from any automotive store, but be sure to use the HEET in the yellow bottles - not the red bottles. Don't try to use isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol.
CHIP M  Camping and backpacking alcohol stoves typically are used with denatured alcohol. Should be pretty easy to find at any hardware store and some outdoor supply stores.
STEPHEN C  Denatured alcohol, Heet, or ethyl alcohol.
anthony c  what is the inside diameter of the bigger pot? i also plan to use my pocket stove which uses isobutane fuel. my concern is, will the isobutane fuel canister fit inside the bigger pot? canister diameter is 110 mm (4.25), height is 100mm (4 in).
CHARLES M  The set is designed so that the windscreen stand nests inside the large pot, along with the heat tab tray and the alcohol burner. You will NOT be able to fit an isopro canister with everything else. If you are only going to use the pots with the isopro canister stove, then it should fit. The internal diameter of the large pot is 112 mm +/- 1 mm.
ANDREW A  I am out of town for a few weeks and am not near the pot set unfortunately. If you repost this question after 2/14 and I get an E-mail about it, I'd be happy to measure it for you.
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