SOTO WindMaster Stove
SOTO WindMaster Stove
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Winner of the American Alpine Institute's 2018 "Best Choice" award, the updated Soto WindMaster stove provides a powerful, evenly distributed flame and folds down into a compact form for easier storage when you’re on the go. Able to boil a liter of water in about three minutes, the stove has a burner ledge that acts as a windshield and a concave burner head to protect the flame Read More

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whosyourberry
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Aug 6, 2019
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Can you remove the ignition if you are already carrying a lighter?
Aug 6, 2019
shoop
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Aug 6, 2019
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You can (I've seen it done on YouTube... a couple screws and it pulls out). If you don't need the piezo, I'd consider getting the Soto Amicus without the piezo. I own both the Amicus and Windmaster, and the Amicus is a GREAT stove too. And about half the cost. That all said, have you used a stove with a piezo? VERY convenient. Also, in any kind of wind, it is far easier to light a stove than with a lighter.
Aug 6, 2019
chugger
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Aug 10, 2019
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Here's the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gqm-Uyb6p8 To take it off you should only have to remove the one small screw. To put it back you'd remove the larger screw and replace the small one. (And maybe rebend the tiny tab?) Personally, I always have two sources of ignition. If I removed the ignition I'd carry two Mini Bics. (Or a Mini Bic and something else) So if I left the ignition on I'd just have one Mini Bic. (As a backup) I'm pretty certain the ignitor weighs less than half what a Mini Bic weighs. In my case, I'd carry more weight if I removed the ignitor. But I really like the ignitor. It works so well that I'd never remove it. And if it quit working, I'd replace it.
Aug 10, 2019
rpantelis
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Jul 22, 2019
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Jul 22, 2019
ihike
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May 28, 2019
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Backcountry Gear has this for the same price. Took me about 5 days to get mine. https://www.backcountrygear.com/windmaster-with-4flex.html
May 28, 2019
blooz
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Apr 9, 2019
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Did I just miss this? I got an email this morning (Australian east coast time - about 4 hrs ago) so came on to purchase and now it's saying 'drop ended'. Is the email just to get me involved in the 'request' or was it available and I just missed out? Sad times.
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Apr 9, 2019
Cardamomtea
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Jul 17, 2019
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Maybe it sold out? It became for sale again yesterday, had four days left, but it's sold out now. Drop must not get too many units to sell. I love mine; I reccomend it to everyone I know!
Jul 17, 2019
kimtreasure
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Mar 20, 2019
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Please redo this Massdrop??
Mar 20, 2019
wwe9712
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Jan 12, 2019
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Ahhhh just missed it ...
Jan 12, 2019
HelloFoobar
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Jan 11, 2019
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Best stove ever. It's better than my previous Snow Peak Gigapower in every way.
Jan 11, 2019
bruteforce
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Jan 11, 2019
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i am very new to stoves but this one popped up multiple times as a best buy whenever i chked... can someone clarify if this works well with the propane canisters and/or the isobu-propane cans? another nube question.. do all the gas canisters come with the same size nozzle head? (so i know if it fits one can, it can fit any other).. sorry if this is not a relevant question but it sure will help me join the drop.
Jan 11, 2019
bluemorpho
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Jul 16, 2019
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Guessing you're young! It's actually a good question. The old Campingaz stoves had a different attachment, incompatible with Jetboil, SnowPeak, Soto, etc. I bought one around 1990 and bought the last canister I could find around 2010. The company that distributed the stoves and canisters in the US apparently came up with its own stove with the new (and improved) type valve. I believe the Campingaz stoves are made in France, and they predate any of the current US brands by decades, so not really backwards.
Jul 16, 2019
MrJenssen
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Jul 16, 2019
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I mean you're basically proving my point. The example you come up with is several decades old. So, quite the rarity to get a stove that uses a different system.
Jul 16, 2019
Yurrra
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Jan 11, 2019
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Fantastic stove!! Have decided to buy it after using at Tian Shan mountains, Kirgizstan. I was with MSR Reactor and my friend had Soto windmaster. My MSR couldn't heat well at the altitude of 6200 meters (Peak Khan Tengri) and told me NO at 7000 meters (Peak Victory) because of the windy weather. Performance of the Soto was flawless. Heats well and the perfect weather resistance. I think MSR Reactor is a bit quicker and uses gas more frugally. I would use it for the low altitude climbing and for the trekking. But for the high altitude only Soto Windmaster from now.
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Jan 11, 2019
DailyHiker
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Dec 20, 2018
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Received mine today. Another camp stove to test during the holidays.
Dec 20, 2018
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