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Gear Review: Nanopresso Portable Espresso Machine

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I’m a fan of good coffee and have always dreamed of being able to bring my coffee machine along while camping, backpacking or travelling. My dream has now come true. With my new Nanopresso Portable Espresso Machine I can have a delicious shot of hot coffee no matter where I happen to be. At first,…

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Gear Review: Kovea Power Nano Stove

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The Power Nano Stove is a completely new model in Kovea‘s top mount canister stove range. Lightweight and compact, it features an excellent wind performance and durability. When folded, the stove takes up a minimum space in your backpack, while hard carrying case helps to prevent the stove from being damaged on the go. A well-designed…

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GSI Outdoors 8” Pinnacle Frypan Review

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I have been using GSI Outdoors products for years and have always been pleased with their quality. So when I decided to buy a new pan, I chose the Pinnacle 8” Camping Frypan and have never regretted it for a single day. The Pinnacle Frypan has become a great addition to my camp kitchen collection.…

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Kovea Spider Stove Review

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Summary: Efficient in low temperatures, the Kovea Spider (KB1109) is a lightweight, compact and relatively inexpensive remote canister stove, suitable for 4-season hiking and backpacking trips. It weights just 6 ounces (170g) and fits into a small carrying bag. The wide, foldable legs provide superb stability, which allows you to cook with a variety of pot…

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Halulite 1.8L Boiler Review

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I’m a gourmet backpacker and I usually do take a pot, pan and even a portable outback oven on my multi-day trips. However, it doesn’t mean I carry a super-big and heavy backpack. With the right planning and packing, the weight of all my food and cooking gear won’t exceed 7 kilos for a 5-day…

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Optimus Vega Stove Review

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Summary: The Optimus Vega is a 4-season remote canister stove that is easy to set up and fun to cook with.  It’s lightweight and doesn’t take up much room in your backpack. Yet despite its small size and weight, the stove is stable enough to hold a large pot or frying pan due to good…

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