GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Canister Stove
The GSI Pinnacle Canister stove is very efficient, compact backpacking stove.
Olicamp Ion Micro Titanium
The titanium and stainless steel Olicamp Ion Micro seemed absurdly small but proved to be a remarkable performer. For ounce counters, it’s a winner.
Despite MSR’s backcountry stove pedigree, I found the SuperFly a milquetoast product. It’s practical, simple and will probably run until the apocalypse.
Given its weight, efficiency, performance in wind and average boil time, the Soto WindMaster is the superior stove in this category.
Kovea Power Nano
For the price, the Kovea Power Nano is excellent stove that will muscle shelf space from some better-known brands.
Olicamp Kinetic Ultra Titanium
The lightest stove tested. Only the folks who sleep under cuben fiber tarps and hike in toe-socks could find fault with a stove this small.
The MSR MicroRocket is very well built, and has the fastest average boil time and best wind performance among stoves tested in this category.
Snow Peak LiteMax Titanium
The Snow Peak LiteMax Titanium stove is a fine product that will hold up to the rigors of the trail, although there’s nothing overly innovative about its design or performance.