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PRIMUSOMNILITE TI $218, PRIMUSCAMPING.COM Titanium parts keep its weight down to 8.5 ounces. A liquid-gas burner jets flames stout enough to melt snow into water on mountain climbs. Made for “the most demanding conditions,” as Primus puts it, this new expedition-ready stove will be seen at extreme altitudes and high latitudes this year. Primus says it can boil a liter of water in a speedy 2 minutes, 40 seconds.


COLEMAN INSTASTART


TABLE TOP GRILL $80, COLEMAN.COM Fold open the lid, flick a sparker switch to ignite, and you can be grilling veggies and meat in minutes. This portable grilling unit, fueled by a propane canister, is a car-camping-only cooker—it weighs 18 pounds!—that offers “open-flame, drip-through grilling” in a fold-up case. The InstaStart includes a porcelain-coated steel grill for durability and easy cleaning. With a purported 11,000-BTU burner output and 200-square inches of on-the-grill space, this Coleman can cook enough burgers to fully feed your hungry troop, and then some.


JETBOIL ZIP $70, JETBOIL.COM Convenient. Fast. Fuel-efficient. This all-in-one unit includes an integrated pot, push-button flame ignition (via a small electric spark), and a heat-directing design that promises “one-cup-per-minute” boil time. The Zip has a 0.8-liter integrated pot that doubles as a mug with a heat-blocking neoprene wrap and a hand strap, letting you drink a hot brew right from its source.


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