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    Posted: 15 October 2020 at 05:56
I found my Stryker stove to be perfect for a small camp (suburban camping).  If boils fast, inclubes a pot and all packs into a small bag.  also has a built in igniter.  tough to think of how it could be improved.


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No skillet?!?!?

That is a sweet little setup. How long do you get out of a fuel tank for it? I have never used those kinds of tanks before, are they refillable? Storage restrictions? Price is pretty reasonable.
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We use a jetboil same kinda thing, yours is cheaper.
Tank life??? It is the boys, but we did a midwinter coyote hunt two years ago and used it for 3 days and did not change the tank.

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It is a knock off design of the Jet boil, some differences.

My first time with this fuel, canisters.  there are two sizes   100 and 220g.

I have a 220 on it.  Makes it slightly taller, but it is my first tank...maybe try the 100 next time.  non-refillable.  But lights in 25oF temps.

I've had this tank for 2 years, 14 coffee/breakfasts, 12 quick dinners.  But I cook and move fast, only cooking for one little old guy (diebetic) that doesn't eat a lot rice/couscous/tuna/hot dogs/etc.  Still seems to have a lot of fuel left in that container!
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Looks like a ok unit. Does it only cook for little old guy? Or could one of us younger bucks get itto cook for us??
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Specially made for old guys...no digital stuff, just on valve and push-button!   And it hisses loud so we can hear it even with our hearing aids on low.
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