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Solo Cookset

By Col
14, Nov, 2014

Set yourself up for a compact getaway with this lightweight cooking set up

Jay gives us a quick run through of our ultimate lightweight and compact cooking set up. The 45gm Kraku stove, 74gm MytiMug and 17gm Snapwire all add up to under 250gm with the canister. So whether you are just short of space, or you want to go cut down on the faff and go faster, this solo set up should fit the bill*.

*Benefits may be compromised if carrying kilo's of fresh root vegetables for your evening stew.  

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