Bottom line: Not worth it. It's a nice idea: pocket-sized gauge which screws onto the valve threads of the fuel canisters and can give you a percentage of fuel left for the three sizes of canisters (100, 230, and 450 gram.) It can also give the total weight in grams. Unfortunately, I have found it … Continue reading Gear review: Jetboil Jetgauge
Bottom line: bulky but adorable The spout cover rotates out of the way when drinkin and the entire thing disassembles for cleaning. I got it for my girlfriend as it's the kind of thing she really enjoys.
Bottom line: solid camp kitchen. Cutting board (with identifying marks on each side,) wash cloth, two condiment bottles (with solid and spout caps,) scrubber, knife with blade sheath, microplane grater, whisk, serving spoon, spatula, small version of the Spice Rocket, and 4 each knives, spoons and forks which are good ones. Combined with the Stanley … Continue reading Gear: GSI Destination Kitchen 24
My advice: if 5.6 pounds is not too heavy buy it for the pots, bowls and plates, but get something else for the utensils. A 3.7 liter pot, frying pan that nests inside, lid for both, four plates, four bowls, four sporks, a spatula, serving spoon, cutting board, trivet, and drying rack. I'm not a … Continue reading Gear: Stanley Adventure Full Kitchen Base Camp Cook Set