- August 29 2011
Almost perfect. cons. heavy. This is like the only cons I found. Hope there will be a Ti version. It can only boil. Since it is designed for high altitude. I can not blame it to much. pros. boil water really really fast. Save gas. Great design such as the handle, the storage system.
- June 30 2011
Works great and is easy to set up. In my opinion, works better for boiling water than for actual cooking as it's a little hard to dial it in for simmering. I appreciate the ability to use a canister in cooler/higher altitude situations where I would normally switch over to a white gas stove. As the cannister serves as the base, the setup is a bit less stable than some other stoves. It would also be nice if the stove could be secured to the burner like you can with the Jetboil.
- June 1 2011
This is a powerful weapon!
This is a powerful weapon! If you want to drink coffee in the outdoor fast, buy reactors will not regret it! Because he can in a short period of about three minutes to boil one liter of water! This is not blowing pieces, I use several reactors and other appliances to do comparison, can be said that the reactor is perfect there! Recommended buy!
- May 25 2011
Fast and Simple
Easy to use, impressive power and boil time. Great for when you need hot water fast. I have used this at altitude and in very cold weather with no issues. Others (including jet boil lovers) will be jealous. I wish it had an auto-ignitor however. The pot is big enough for it's intended purpose while the whole unit remains at a manageable weight and size.
- March 22 2011
Fast, Fast, Fast!!
Used last weekend in -16 degree wind chill conditions at 9800 feet. No problem igniting and the design is safe enough that we had our young Scouts do it. Does not have a self igniter, but given that the piezo igniter on one of other stoves did not work in the cold, I am happy to provide my own spark. Easily twice as fast as other stoves in boiling water. I was pleasantly surprised (and thankful), this was as good as advertised. 8 oz fuel canister does fit in pot.