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The Robens Fire Moth System should be great for backpacking or bike packing. It's lightweight, strong, and has a good cooking capacity. However, the one I reviewed, didn't go so well.  Read on to find out more.
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£73.99
An excellent system, but the one I was reviewing let me down when I needed it.
Quality
5
Features
7
Value for Money
5
Reliability
0
PROS:
  • Good capacity
  • Packs down small
  • Lightweight
CONS:
  • No piezo ignition.
  • I had difficulty getting the gas flowing.
  • The gas control knob came off the one I was testing.
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The Outwell Grimsby induction hob is a safer way to cook inside your tent.
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Practicality
9.5
Value for Money
9.5
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A safer option to use in your tent.
  • Heats up quickly.
  • Auto cut-off when pan removed.
CONS:
  • None really apart from it is obviously only one hob.
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The Primus Tupike Stove not only looks smart, it can save you a whole load of hassle at the campsite.
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£103.99
This is a great stove package.
Value for Money
7
Quality
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • Easy to set-up.
  • Easy to clean.
  • Looks smart.
CONS:
  • Pricey. Fortunately, it's not just about looks. The Primus Tupike is very practical.
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We test out the Vango Fuel Gel, which is an eco-friendly and safer alternative to meths. But how well does it perform?
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The Vango Fuel Gel is much safer to have around kids than liquid fuels.
Value for Money
7.5
Quality
8
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • There's no doubt that this is much safer than meths. And it's good for the environment too.
CONS:
  • It's not going to cook as quick as a gas burner.
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We test out Vango's folding stove, which is small enough for you to throw in a backpack and enjoy warm food on your next picnic.
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£22.50
This is a handy little stove. There are a few niggles we found with it, but it does the job just fine.
Value for Money
9
Quality
8
PROS:
  • A small lightweight stove easy to fit in your backpack for some warm food when hiking out on the hills.
CONS:
  • The piezo ignition needs a few pushes to work, and the orange box it comes in isn't very good. Although it says on the box it comes with a windshield, for any wind more than a breeze, we recommend you take a separate folding windshield.
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Jen and family test out the Primus Onja stove on one of their camping trips. Is it any good? Read here to find out more.
£109.69
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We test out the new Campingaz Party Grill, and cook pizzas on it (of course!). This is a really versatile cooking system that you can use as a grill, hotplate, hob, BBQ, and oven.
£149.97
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We give the Campingaz Twister Plus kit a review. Is a backpacking stove practical for a family? We give it a try...
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Value for Money
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A really handy little stove that's easy to light.
  • Comes with two pots too.
CONS:
  • Not always that stable if you have a lot in the pot. Make sure you use it on level ground.
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We've been giving the Campingaz 400 ST a good test. Is it a practical stove for family camping? Does the Xcelerate technology really work? Read to find out.
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Value for Money
8
Quality
8
Practicality
9
PROS:
  • The burners deliver a good heat with no great deal of disturbance from the wind.
CONS:
  • The plastic handle was broken.
  • The grill is not that great.
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A great stove with two burners and a small grill, and folds into a neat carry case.
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