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I was wondering if you could add a link back to my blog http://SectionHiker.com on the testimonials page of your website. I just wrote a review of the Brasslite that you might like to reference.
There are a plethora of alcohol stoves designs available today for lightweight backpackers. However, one of my favorites remains the Brasslite Stove (Turbo II-F 1.4 oz.) which is completely self-contained and includes a built-in wind screen/simmer control, base plate and pot holder. Most other alcohol stoves require a separate windscreen and base plate. I have also found that the Brasslite is easier to light in colder weather than any of the other alcohol stoves I own, which I attribute this to the stove’s all-in-one design. One of the most important properties of an alcohol stove is its thermal conductivity. In order to produce heat, an alcohol stove needs to vaporize its fuel by boiling it and turning it from a liquid into gaseous form. The thermal conductivity of the complete stove system influences how much energy is required to vaporize the liquid fuel and stoves it stands to reason that stoves with multiple components are less thermally conductive than ones that are fully integrated like the Brasslite. The Brasslite holds 1 oz. of fuel and will burn for 10 minutes. Denatured alcohol or HEET (pure methanol) are its recommended fuels.