I have the trangia 27 non stick basic set without a kettle. I dont have a gas converter but I am thinking of getting one.BTFB
I think Ive seen you write about this trangia multi stove. could you give me quick write up and let me know if it,s any good.And is it worth paying the extra. can,t be arsed to troll through the threads. (idle sod i know )
You paid for your petrol?Uncle Phil said:Damn! We bought an MSR multifuel stove because we got fed up of trogging about searching for meths in Foreignland. All we have to do is find a petrol station and buy a litre of whatever they're selling.
If I'd known there was a Trangia conversion, I'd have got that instead.
Diesel, actually, but yes.vernon said:You paid for your petrol?
I'm not sure that non stick is worth the extra because of the mechanical abrasion the non stick surfaces undergo when the stove is packed away. I've not had any major problems with cleaning the pans after use though removing cold porridge is not a pleasant task.Chris James said:Longers, never used this company but this looks cheap
Failing that Go Outdoors stock Trangias and regularly (seemingly all the time!) have 20% off sales and there is one in Stockport which might be handy for you. Not sure what the stock is like in Stockport but that have loads of stuff in the Wakey one near me.
The 27 is the one suitable for 1-2 people. The 25 is a group use stove. Duossal (sp?) and non stick versions are more expensive. I wouldn't bother with them personally as I think the basic version is good and you can get a £3 hi gear type non stick frying pan if you decide you need it.
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