SOTO Amicus Stove

SOTO Amicus Stove

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With spring-loaded pot supports for easy set up, the SOTO Amicus stove is a great solution for year-round backpackers because it combines the reliable convenience of a canister stove with impressive wind-resistant performance. Its burner ledge acts as a windshield, while its concave burner head helps prevent the flame from extinguishing Read More
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tagleman
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Jan 22, 2021
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Love This Stove
This stove stores really small and is great for backpacking weekends.
rbrowning1635
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Jan 1, 2021
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Super light and super dependable
Really a great stove that handles well in wind. Only one that handles better is it’s big brother the wind master.
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AvivGranot21
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Nov 27, 2020
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Great but not super
Well it performed well at the beginning and was durable but after couple of weeks it started to deteriorate. Overall good quality, good price.
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jmk451
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Sep 25, 2020
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Easy-peasy, small, light
The piezo ignition makes the Soto Amicus dead-easy to start. And it's so light I barely know it's there ... easy enough to put it and a 100g isobutane canister in a 750 ml titanium mug and forget they're in my pack until I need them.
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mmarc
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May 19, 2020
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Awesome and light weight. I've used it a good 30-40x and i think it will last for many years to come.
otiose04
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May 2, 2020
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Works well
Works very well even when I was cooking and a thunderstorm came. I was under a shelter but I would have thought that the winds and splatters of rain would have killed the flame. The stove just carried on burning like any other day.
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dlux626
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Sep 25, 2019
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Great little stove.
I have used this on a few trips so far. I like the supports. It seems more wind resistant than my other stoves but I haven’t done a side by side comparison. I use a $20 aluminum pot with a heat exchanger and get under 3 minute boil times. I got the one with out the lighter, I carry a fire starter and a lighter so I figured, why? Saves weight and I can light a fire. I haven’t tried to light a bowl with a stove yet but when I do I might change my mind.
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chugger
Jul 10, 2019
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I like the supports. Not that the MSR Pocket Rocket arms are difficult to deploy,but these are easier. Ingenious design. The first thing I tried is placing it laying down in my Snow Peak 600. It fit fine. And a 110g canister fits inverted on top. (This is one thing I missed with the Soto Micro Regulator and Soto Windmaster. The second thing I did was add water, long cook steel cut oats, sugar and powdered milk. I quickly proceeded to scorch it to the bottom of the cup so badly I had to soak it in bleach and scrub it to get it out. Operator error ofcourse, nothing to do with the burner. Just reminded me why I hate trying to cook in thin titanium. The ignitor gives a strong spark each click. But despite the strong spark, it seems to ignite about one out of three times. (in a sheltered area, my kitchen) So, kind of disappointing since my Micro Regulator, both of the Windmasters I currently own as well as the one I used to have all ignited dang near every time. Not a huge deal though. Doesn't outweigh the benefit of having a slightly shorter burner that's easier to pack in my smaller pots. So... I won't deduct a star, maybe a half star if I could. :) The bag is sized to fit and will keep it clean (lint/debris out of the gas passageway). Or if you happen to have a Pocket Rocket 2 case laying around, it fits just like it was made for it. So yes, a good burner. Especially for the price. I'd like to compare it with the Pocket Rocket Deluxe but for $69.99, I'll pass.
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satanas
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Jun 22, 2019
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Excellent so far
Compact, piezo ignition works at least sometimes, but it's much more effective when it's windy than the Kovea Ti stove I was using before, which is what I was hoping for. With a Vargo Bot, small amounts of water typically boil in ~2minutes.
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Mujijam
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Jun 10, 2019
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So much power in such a small thing, perfect for ultralight trekking.
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