If you are looking for a stove to support wide pots and yet in reasonable price, the Primus classic trail stove might be a good fit. There are lots of advantages for this classic Primus stove. Few downsides too. Here’s way I ended having one…
The great thing about the Trangia 25/27 windscreens is that they protect most of the pot, as well as the burner, from wind. Few, if any, others do the
Trangia 25/27 type combination windscreen/pot support is best. Protects entire height of pot from wind and uses wind to improve the burner output.
http://tinyurl.com/ppx-titanium-rocket-stove Key features : Long life, lifetime Reliable, work in all weathers Lightweight, 350-500 grams
I've used the biolite and it works exactly as advertised. Much too heavy for backpacking unless you don't mind having a 2 pound stove. Also has the optional
This stove has been around since 1998. A solid proven design. It has four legs for supporting your pans unlike most small stoves that only have three.
This is a rocket stove made out of wood. You should see it burn! http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=-x71X04Q7kA Campstovewizard's
I added a few words on EtaSolo stove and refreshed the Primus page a bit. Check it out and let me know what you think.
I just wanted to post a link to another DIY for a wood gasifier stove. It is a 4 diameter version of the wood gasifier stove. It can boil 2 cups of water
This is long, but it is simple for the handyman! From Walmart, buy 2 stainless steel canisters.The ones I had to buy have glass lids. The larger one is