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    Quote Originally Posted by MtnBoy View Post
    I have the Flash (like Wyohunter it's all they made when I got it). When I upgrade stoves it'll be to the Ti Sol. I'm not sure on boils either, but everyone I know who uses a JetBoil just takes one canister for 5-8 days.
    That was going to be my next question. Are you guys bringing one 100g canister or one 230g canister?

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    I've had the SOL Titanium for a couple seasons now. It's been a good stove at all sort of elevations and temps for me. The only thing I don't care for about the stove is the lid comes off pretty easy if your not careful packing it or lashing it down with a rubber band or something similar. I kind of wish the lid design would lash down a bit better for packing. Other than that it's an awesome stove.

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    I use the smaller one that will pack inside the cup with everything else.

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    1 small cannister of fuel is good enough for a 8 - 10 day hunt above 11,500 ft. This use is based on morning and evening cooking with 14 ounces of water. Still had some fuel left on a couple occasions.
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    Used my Titanium this year and I averaged one 100g canister per week of use. That was with two uses a day. Great stove. All my time was between 8500-10500 ft.

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    I picked up a Zip last year and used it quite a bit. Longest trip was eight days, three to four boils a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    SOL ti here.

    Light, fast, efficient.

    I don't know how many boils I get, maybe 30? 40?

    I like the TI because the cup cools down instantly.
    The Ti has served me well also.

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    Has anyone else had a problem with the little push button igniter on the jetboils? Mine has never worked and I always use a lighter.

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    If we did a video comparing models would you guys be interested?

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    Yes ScottR, and I have to ask......are you guys using these while in the mountain only? Or back at basecamp as well.
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