Trangia 25-1UL Stove is a storm-proof, spirit burning, aluminium stove is ideal for three/four people. The Trangia is a light, fast and, above all, reliable stove for the outdoors, in all weathers. Two windshields that fit together, a burner, a couple of pans, a combined lid/frypan and a handle. It is lightweight, needs no special care and is hardwearing. The Trangia stove is reliable, without unnecessary parts that can go wrong or be adversely affected by cold. The stove is quick to set up, and packs into a compact unit that takes up minimal space. The silent burner has a simple, durable and safe design. Regardless of the weather, wind and season, it is easy to light. The spirit burner takes up little space and weighs less than a gas burner. The simmer ring is used to regulate the heat, which saves fuel, and is used to extinguish the flame. In severe cold, a winter attachment can be useful. A pre-heater is placed under the burner, filled with fuel and lit to warm up the burner. The accompanying, reflective plate is used as a base. The Trangia stove can also run on bottled gas. The Trangia range of accessories includes a gas burner and a multi-fuel burner. Part of the Duke of Edinburgh recommended kit. Features 2 Saucepans, 1.75 and 1.5 litre 1 Frypan, 22 cm 2 Windshields (upper and lower) 1 Burner 1 Handle 1 Strap Specifications Weight: 845g Diameter Packed: 22cm Height packed: 10cm Time to boil water: 8 minutes for 1 litre of water, indoors at 20 degrees C Burner takes 1dl and will burn for approximately 25 minutes Allow for 0.5l of spirits per person per week in the summer
By day I used to be a self employed website developer running my company www.designconscious.co.uk but now I have flipped my career on it’s head and I have retrained as a caravan engineer servicing caravans and motorhomes. I can be found at Telford Caravan Services I am also the author of Make Camp. I along with my family love caravanning and time willing we go as much as we can. I have two teenage children so their hobbies and social life take precedence but when we can we are off in our Land Rover Discovery to ‘make camp’ in our Swift Coastline Esprit.