Old 07-23-10, 08:32 AM
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indyfabz
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I like my MSR Dragonfly, although there are lighter, more compact options available. It burns White Gas/Super Fuel, gasoline, kerosene, deisel and possibly jet fuel if you happen to have any of that laying around. The two qualities I like the most are its power and its super-fine flame control. The latter is helpful when you cook more elaborate meals.

Downside to me is the noise at full throttle. It sounds like a jet engine. But you usually don't have to turn it up to 11 for long unless you are boling a very large pot of water.
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