The MSR Dragonfly is a great stove for expeditions because of its heat output. The convenience of having good flame control makes it simple to prime and simmer so you'll find it just as useful for camping in the uk as melting snow in the Himalayas. The adjustable flame control on the Dragonfly allows precision burner adjustment from match light sized up to roaring inferno. This will take a variety of fuels including unleaded coleman fuel, petrol, diesel and kerosene.
The MSR Pocket Rocket 2 Can boil a litre of water in just 3.5 minutes. Excellent flame control from full power to simmer easily. The burner head has a WindClip windshield to help shield the stove in windy conditions and increase its efficiency. The 3 pot supports fold in to achieve an exceptionally tiny packed size. The stove comes supplied with a plastic storage box with clip lid.
The well-established WindPro stove offers a very light weight option for a stove that has a fuel line to a gas canister at only 192g. Having this arrangement rather than canister mounting gives greater stability when using heavy pans. The canister can be inverted and clipped onto an included stand. This delivers liquid fuel to the burner which means there is less reliance on gas pressure. This gives improved performance when at low temperatures or when the fuel is running low.
The Primus Express Spider at 200g is one of the lightest hose mounted gas stoves available. It is very stable as it is not a top mounted top; instead connection is made to a screw thread gas canister via a hose. It is simple, durable and comes supplied with a nylon stuff sack and heat reflector.
Makes life in the mountains easy. This is an easy to use stove, that has a fold-out pot support that makes it easy and quick to pack down. It also packs away to its own storage container which makes it handy to store and transport. The baffles on the burner reduces the effect of wind on the flame. This stove can boil 1L of water in just 4 minutes, which saves essential time when in the mountains.