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Evernew EBY257 Titanium DX Stand for Alcohol Stove

Weighs 57g
Code: OC2693
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Evernew's EBY-257 Titanium DX Stand Tablet and Wood Burning Stove is a well presented delicate cooking system, easy to use with tablet fuel, not so easy with wood. Its small size means continuous feeding through the small hole or take the pan off and fill from the top.

Evernew says: Pot stand and stove for wood burning and Esbit fuel tablets.  

If you want the flexibility of cooking with twigs or Esbit tablets then this Evernew stove is about the lightest option available. Weighing just 57g in total, its an amazingly light and compact system.

The complete unit is easily bent out of shape so it needs storing properly when transporting, inside a cooking pot is ideal.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

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  • Lightweight
  • Compact and efficient
  • Material: Titanium
  • Weighs 57g
  • Dimensions 8.3 x 6 cm
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Review Summary - 2 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
April 23, 2018 | Chris
I really wanted to like this stove

It's a very lightweight and sturdy pot stand for the alcohol stove. I've not used it as a woodburner (yet). Using it with the alcohol stove, there is one big problem; it's NOT a windscreen and it does not focus the flames to the pot very well. The 'power plate' does really increases the power of the stove, but most of that extra heat will just be wasted and alcohol consumption will just increase while the time to boil barely improves. Also, if the wind is even blowing a little bit, the alcohol consumption and boil times really increases. So I made my own windscreen from some thin aluminium sheet, that goes up to halfway around the pot and really focuses the heat to the pot (like a Caldera Cone), and the fuel consumption is about half of what it is without a windscreen (even with no wind). So, then I'm carrying the stove, pot stand that has multiple parts, and the windscreen.... So that's really a lot of parts and complexity and also increases the weight.

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