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The stove has a built in pressure regulator to maintain a constant pressure of the gas regardless of the conditions outside and in altitudes up to 10 000 feet above sea level. This is important because in high altitudes the temperatures are lower and because of that the pressure in the gas canister drops significantly directly impacting the stoves performance. See More
Because of the steady fuel pressure this stove will perform well in unusual weather conditions found when hiking on mountains. Cold temperatures, levels as high as 10 000 feet above sea level and even an almost empty gas canister will not affect the flame. See More
Because of the relatively low heat output and the fuel pressure valve the stove uses little fuel. One canister of fuel will last about an hour when using the burner on maximum power and a replacement canister only costs around 12 dollars or even less when buying a bulk of them. See More