HIGHROCK TALL Compact Folding Camp Stove Windscreen
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- Durable Aluminum
- Includes storage case
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|Item Dimensions||3.5 x 0.5 x 9.5 inches|
|Item Weight||0.5 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.5 pounds|
This folding windscreen is a great addition to outdoor cooking with a camp stove. Block the wind for for faster cooking and heat retention. You can also use this to help you start a fire in windy conditions. Each panel measures 9.5" inches high by 3.25" wide. There are 8 panels total. folded the stack measures 1/2" thick. With the storage bag total weight is 8 ounces. This windscreen is intended for use with any and all camp stoves. It is tall enough to provide wind protection for stoves mounted to the largest disposable iso/butane cartridges. Use this with stoves like the MSR pocket rocket or other canister mounted stoves as shown, stove not included.
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Top Customer Reviews
I have had two other wind screens in the past. This is identical in dimensions when unfolded to my previous versions, but the metal is thinner, which means that when folded, is also less thick overall. It does decrease it's stability some, but if you find some soft ground to dig in a bit, that won't be a problem.
All in all, I'd say this is better for backpacking than my older wind screens and I plan to buy more.
If you're into backpacking and cooking outdoors, this is one luxury that could make a real difference in fuel consumption, and that is worth its weight in gold.
Compared with the Coghlan's, the Highrock is noticeably lighter, in spite of having several extra panels. Both the aluminum panels and steel pins are made of substantially thinner material here. I'm sure that makes it less durable, but it still feels substantial enough to stand up to real-world backcountry abuse (and this isn't the sort of thing that needs to be beautiful and dent-free anyway). It's about a half inch less tall than the Coghlan's, too-- a tall stove on a large 450-gram butane canister might feel a draft, but the more popular 225-gram canisters won't have a problem. If you do have a tall stove and a tall canister, look for a stove site that lets you set the windscreen on high ground.
A word of caution about those extra panels; you can pretty well enclose a one-liter pot in this windscreen, which focuses more heat onto your fuel canister. In the cold, this improves butane stove performance; in the worst case scenario, it can overheat your canister and create an explosion hazard. Especially in hot weather, be sure to feel the top of your fuel canister periodically and make sure it's not hot-- ideally, not even warm-- to the touch. If it does get warm, loosen up the windscreen and give your stove some air.
It definitely does help with wind blowing the flames around / out, and beyond the wind control the panels seem to reflect heat back to the pot / cup and reduce heating times.
Update: the third time I had this out on a trip the channel for the string totally pulled out. The nylon just let go with virtually no pressure pulling on it. I don't think the edge was seared and the seam wasn't fully rolled, so it just let go. Not a big deal. I seared the edge to keep it from fraying and it still slips over the reflectors to keep things clean, protected, etc., there's just no drawstring now.