Solo Stove Titan Stove
Solo Stove Titan Stove
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Product Description
The Titan is an ultralight stove designed to burn wood, sticks, and leaves without an external fuel source. At 16.5 ounces, this stove is ideal for lightweight backpackers looking to shed heavy canister fuels and burners Read More

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Mar 29, 2018
yokken
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Mar 26, 2018
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Looks like a knockoff Bushbuddy. Someone get one and compare them!
Mar 26, 2018
Mags469
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Nov 11, 2017
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you do no need to carry fuel. Granted there is a smaller version that is a better compairison to this one At 8oz. But at a pound it does not take long on fuel weight savings for this stove to come out ahead.
Nov 11, 2017
P_J_N
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Nov 10, 2017
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Titan suggests titanium, but description says it's made of stainless steel... I thought there is a titanium version of this.
Nov 10, 2017
allemander
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Mar 29, 2018
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In this case, the Titan name merely suggests a large size, like Giant, because the Solo Stove is made in several models that increase in size but they are all made from stainless steel. They don’t currently make any from titanium.
Mar 29, 2018
AdventureDan
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Nov 9, 2017
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I think I’ll stick to my alcohol stove/windscreen and my Kelly kettle. The kettle is bulky but light and I simply strap it to the outside of my pack or my bike when bikepacking.
Nov 9, 2017
sallen
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Mar 26, 2018
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I too carry a Kelly kettle. I saw the Kelly when I was attached to Her Majesty's Marines, working with the Scottish Royal Engineers and Special Boat Service. Almost every Marine platoon, especially those with Highlanders in them, carried at least two Kelly Kettles. Even though we were in the field, can't miss tea time. I fell in love with how easy the Kelly Kettle boils water with little fuel. Sitting on my Esbit stove my Kelly Kettle boils water quickly. I also have a MSR tea kettle but don't like it as well as my Kelly. The Solo stoves are nice and I am going to grab one probably tossing it the BOB in my Gagoneer.
Mar 26, 2018
Hiker5.11
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Nov 8, 2017
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A one pound stove doesn't exactly qualify as Ulta light by any stretch of the imagination. My homemade alcohol stove, stand and windscreen weighs in at 1.1 oz..... that's ultra light!
Nov 8, 2017
DannyMilks
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Nov 8, 2017
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You're right, this would be a better fit in Outdoors, not Ultralight.
Nov 8, 2017
Featherstone
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Nov 8, 2017
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How does this save weight compared to a canister and pocket rocket, or an alcohol stove? Is it comparable?
Nov 8, 2017
Hiker5.11
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Nov 8, 2017
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There is some truth in that. I burn an average of 1.25 oz of alcohol per day. With the weight of my stove plus fuel, anything over 12 days between resupply and the wood stove wins. Unless one is above treeline of course.
Nov 8, 2017
overnight
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Nov 8, 2017
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with 2 or three people there's a lot of truth in that.
It's time consuming compared to other stoves. Except maybe alcohol stoves ;)
Nov 8, 2017