Solo Stove Solo Alcohol Burner - Spirit Alcohol Stove for Backpacking, Camping, Hiking or Use With
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- The Solo Alcohol Burner is the most affordable, versatile and user friendly alcohol burners on the market.
- The simmer lid features a fold out handle and allows the burner to adjust from full to simmer and extinguishes the flame when closed completely.
- The twist on cap with o-ring seals the burner so you don't have to empty unused fuel between uses and prevents evaporation - less fuel wasted means less fuel you have to carry.
- Compact Size: Height 1.8 inches, Diameter 2.9 inches; Light Weight: 3.5 oz
- Includes burner, simmer ring, and cap with rubber o-ring.
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Why Solo Stove?
The Solo Stove Alcohol Burner is a great backup fuel source and companion to our wood burning Solo Stove. When used inside the Solo Stove, this alcohol burner benefits from the Solo Stove's efficient air flow system and which means achieving faster boil times. A convenient flame regulator lets you control and delete the flame with ease. The screw top cap features a rubber gasket which allows you to store fuel directly in the alcohol burner for extended periods of time without leakage. When you're on the move, save your precious pack space and store your Solo Alcohol Burner directly inside the Solo Stove itself.
Fast to boil: 5-7 minutes to boil 32 fl oz of water
Fuel: Denatured alcohol/methylated spirits
Size: Height 1.8 inches, Diameter 2.9 inches
Weight: 3.5 oz
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Each and every Solo Stove product is precision made to be free of defects in material and workmanship for the life of the product. Buy with 100% peace of mind knowing that you're covered.
Using our unique design and specialized construction process, we have created one of the finest alcohol burners you’ll ever own.
The Perfect Pair
The Solo Stove Alcohol Burner was built with our Solo Stove Lite and Titan in mind. When combined, this pair is surely the most versatile and portable backpack cooking set.
Made for Cooking
When paired with Solo Stoves' unique airflow system, this burner has quick boil times and is perfect for cooking your next meal outdoors.
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EDIT: Just thought I should add this little safety note about this type of burner, because when I was demonstrating it to my neighbor he insisted it wasn't lit.
Depending on lighting and atmospheric conditions, and the type of alcohol you use (I use HEET from the yellow bottle), it is possible to light this burner and see no visible flame for several minutes, even though the fuel is on fire and producing heat. ***Do not assume that the burner is not lit just because you see no flames!***
I use the LOOK, FEEL and WAIT method to determine if it has lit after I put a flame source to it. First, I LOOK at the burner and *above* the burner for the "heat signature". You know, that hazy and wavy effect in the air when heat rises off hot pavement. If you see that, it's lit and will produce a flame shortly. If I see no heat signature, I FEEL for heat by moving my hand above and across the burner (at a safe distance) to feel for heat. If I feel no heat, I still WAIT for several minutes while assuming it is lit.
I can imagine someone putting a flame to the burner, then thinking it hasn't lit and moving it around or even trying to pour more alcohol into the burner. Doing this can be dangerous.
That said, used properly this is a fantastic backup for wood, particularly if you are remote/wilderness camping and the local wood fuel has become waterlogged. If you don't feel like going through the arduous process of building a wet wood fire just to boil a cup of water, you can pop your alcohol burner into your Solo Stove, or any other stove it will fit into, and you're good to go.
Update: had to down grade the Solo burner after I bought a Trangia # 23 for less money, the Solo burner does not burn as hot as the Trangia and has a tendency to leak if you don't crank down the lid extremely tight. The Solo burner is made of a thinner gauge brass and the threads are not formed as well as the Trangia. The quality between the two is very noticeable. The solo is a nice burner and I like the handle on the snuffer but for the same or less money the Trangia is hands down a better product.
To test, I added some 91% rubbing alcohol I have on hand from Target, and lit it easily with my Zippo lighter.
Although I has poured in only about 1\2 ounce of liquid, the stove lit right away and the jets were all lit and stable in under a minute.
I let the flame go for a couple of minutes and watched the height of the flame lap at around 6".
I used the snuff lid to extinguish and had to leave the whole burner set a couple of minutes as it was quite arm to the touch.
After pouring out what looked like the same amount of Alcohol I put in, the whole thing looked perfectly clean and unused.
I'm GLAD I bought it, and as a result I'm going to the hardware store to build "the 6" DIY Firebox Stove". (Lot's of videos for that)
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