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Evernew Titanium Alcohol Stove
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- Cross Stand: 1.12" x 3.75", Wt: 0.5 oz.
- DX Stand: multi-fuel versatility (wood, solid fuel, and alcohol). Dimensions: 3.26" x 2.36" (upper), 2.36" x 1.97" (lower). Wt: 1.83 oz.
- Rugged and light titanium reduces pack weight
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|Item Dimensions||2.99 x 3.07 x 1.73 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.1 pounds|
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|Shipping Weight||0.11 pounds|
Bi-level jet system creates strong and stable flame. Fuel capacity: 70ml. Optional Cross Stand gives an optimal height to burn the stove efficiently. Wt: 0.5 oz. Optional DX Stand allows for multi-fuel versatility (wood, solid fuel, alcohol). It also acts as a pot stand and provides protection from wind. Wt: 1.83 oz.
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The first aspect focuses on 'snuffing' as well as a sealing cap function, both of which would allow keeping Alcohol in the burner for a next, soon use. (One can picture a close fitting cap that hugs the burner at the waist-ridge.) Note that this burner provides a 'simmer burner' function when the mug-pot or kettle is directly set onto the top of the burner and only the lower jets provide heating flame, and that reduced by the vapor pressure at the close distance of the pot - so a Trangia-style 'simmer ring' isn't needed, although Trangia's, Esbit's, etc, simmer ring does drop down onto the Evernew's shoulder to snuff those jets and does provide a possibly similar simmer approach. This aspect of design opportunity Evernew likely would not bother addressing.
The second aspect, the less pronounced belt-line, hampers the use of the Evernew in stands designed for the Trangia-style; the Evernew does fit, but 'wiggles' about due to its rounded, not flat ridge... it won't fall through, just seems (and is) ill fitting. Additionally, the Evernew lacks the inset ring at the burner's base that is intended for the Trangia snap-on pre-heater... and a cold Titanium Evernew burner benefits from pre-heating. These secondary aspects of 'design opportunity' could be incorporated by Evernew.
For most users there are four factors: weight and durability - Evernew wins ;-) And priming-time and fuel efficiency - Evernew loses ;-( The ultralight trekking folks like the weight and durability, and might live or work-around priming with just an Aluminum foil circle to prime underneath, but they'll not like running-to-out wasting Alcohol, not being able to cap up the burner (although it's really a matter of fuel efficiency, since most users will know about how much fuel to use for the amount of water they need to boil).
I hike all 4 seasons and winters here can get down into the teens during daylight hours. Even though many people say not to use alcohol stoves in winter, I have never had a problem. However, one thing I do that those people might not is to carry the alcohol in a bottle inside of my jacket between the jacket and my baselayer. This pre-warms up the alcohol and allows it to light quicker. Another thing I do, place a piece of aluminum foil under the stove so it reflects the heat and keeps from melting the snow and the stove sinking into the ground (if there isn't something solid to stick the stove on), Finally, use another piece of aluminum foil as a windscreen. This allows whatever heat during the warmup to be reflected back into the stove and also helps to heat up the fuel. The windscreen will also drastically reduce boil time of water too...sometimes by as much as 1/2. If you do these simple things .... this stove will work down to the single digits, potentially lower.
As far as the other three seasons .... I do the same things except not worry about pre-heating the fuel with body heat.
If you're actually going to cook something, the Trangia with the simmer ring is a better choice. You can set a pot on top of the burner, but it is kinda unstable unless you are on a solid and flat surface.
If you're a gram counting weight weenie (I'm just a Ti geek, I love Ti stuff) this is a great choice. Yes a cat food stove is cheaper, but this is a lot cooler and will last forever...and it's Ti. Did I mention I love Ti?
Because of work I am used to waking up early. When camping I'm usually the first one up. It's nice to quietly heat up some water for coffee or tea without waking everyone up with the roar of a Jetboil or similar gas stove. It just feels right in the quiet of the morning to relax and enjoy the quiet morning without adding too much noise and letting everyone else catch a bit more shuteye.
1. The price normally runs around $50.
2. The stove is designed with burner holes on two differant levels. While this works well for cooking, it leaves no safe way to "snuff-out " the stove other than to let all of the fuel burn out.
3. Due to #2 above, there is no O-ring or lid to seal the stove or safely transport it with fuel inside.
If none of these issues are a concern for you, then I can honestly recommend it as a quality piece of Ultralight Ti Gear.
For those of you that count every ounce, the Evernew Ti Alcohol Stove wieghs approx. 1.25 ounces.