brumby33 wrote:In regards to camp cookers, Anthonyo mentioned in his post about the mini Trangia...I had a look at those but preferred the slightly larger 27-2 and even though larger, those front ortleib bags have a fair bit of room in them, I don' think i'd be too large considering all the gear fits into each other.I missed out on the Anaconda special at $95 so i'll await for it to com around again.
I too have been happy enough with my Trangia set.
The bike packers in here need something much more diminutive though for their kit.
I think theres room to learn from their kistset choices as even for us pannier folk, theres opportunities to swap things out in order to find room for a few luxuries.
I've been considering a newer sleeping bag that has the same warmth rating as my old one, packs smaller and is 300g lighter overall.
Getting back to stoves and cooking gear its not simply the bulk of the "stove" that can be improved upon.
I only recently took note of the spent fuel usage of stoves like Andrews Caldera Cone which appears very economical in usage.