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    WTB SolHuma Vital Stove

    Looking to buy a used vital stove that you may have tried out and wasn't a good fit for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oms View Post
    Looking to buy a used vital stove that you may have tried out and wasn't a good fit for you.
    I seen you eyeballin' that there stove.
    It was impressive. good Luck.
    Fun, fun, fun. I still think of it.
    Shug
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    K, it looks good. Just wondering what makes it better than the Zip stove? At 17 Oz its 7 OZ lighter than the SolHuma.

    Just wondering: They both seem to burn the same stuff.

    Good luck in your search.
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    From what kwpapke told me, it is more compact when closed up and more stable with a pot on it. I believe he said that someone had the Zip stove at a campout and he compared the two. My thought is when I go with my brother-in-law and four boys it would be lighter because of not carrying fuel. Plan on boiling a few pots of oat meal, pasta and hot chocolate. It also simmers quite well with the two fan speeds and damper control. I know finding a used one is a long shot, but thought I'd give it a try.
    Shug, thought about lightening kwpapke's pack, but he's such a nice guy .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oms View Post
    Shug, thought about lightening kwpapke's pack, but he's such a nice guy .
    You and him and me done made friends ...... h-r-m-m-m-p-h...
    That was a fantastic stove!
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