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    I use the Snow Peak Jet Boil as well. Awsome stove, and no compliants. REI hd it mismarked for 25.00 bucks I think it was. Opps there bad. The would only let me buy one, was going to buy out the store, and help some buddies out that were looking at them. The only thing I have to say is, make sure you get a stove with a self igniter, for when you forget/loose your lighter. I don't drink coffie, so I only use it to boil water for my Mountain House, and I think after 5 years I am still on my second big fuel can, and yes it gets used, a lot.

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    I just got some of the new Jetboil SOL's in stock and they are awesome. There are lighter weight options out there if you look strictly at the stove and pot. What I have found with the Jetboils though is they consume so much less fuel that you can get buy with only taking one small canister for 3+ days.

    I used to have a snow peak and a Brunton Raptor stove and both of those I had to take at least 2 fuel canisters if the trip was more than 3 days.

    Also the convenience of the Jetboil is just unmatched.

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    Primus Eta Solo.

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    Jet Boil SOL. What's not to like.

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    I have put two scouting trips in on the Jetboil Sol Ti, and it is really a nice stove. The regulator feature is really nice for later on in the year!

    It is too bad you have to take the canister off the stove to pack it, though.

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    i'm all about the MSR pocket rocket. have used it a ton and had ZERO problems with it. it fits perfectly inside my cooking pot along with a fuel canister and fire starter. if you want to save a little more weight (which i'm sure you do if you're reading threads in this topic) there is a SnowPeak pot that also fits a fuel canister and the stove perfectly.
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