GSI Outdoors Halulite Microdualist Complete Stove

GSI Outdoors Halulite Microdualist Complete Stove
GSI Outdoors Halulite Microdualist Complete Stove
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Halulite Microdualist Complete Stove by GSI Outdoors
The Halulite Microdualist Complete Stove is GSI Outdoors' lightest and most compact cookware set, made for you and another ultralight backpacker or alpine climber. Its high-efficiency Pinnacle Stove balances between a fast boil time and reduced fuel usage, and its base plate folds down for compact storage. A control valve allows for micro-adjustments, and GSI included a windscreen for reliable use in windy situations. This set also includes a 1. 4L pot with a lid that doubles as a strainer, and a folding handled that locks the entire set together. Two mugs with insulated sleeves prevent you from burning your hands, two bowls with sip-it tops make sure you don't spill hot water down your only puffy, and two foons fold when not in use. All of these items store inside a small bag that doubles as a sink for washing everything up after each meal.

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