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Old 07-31-2008   #1
 
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Blaster Stove

Howdy Buzzards,

Anybody use the partner steel "Blaster" one burner propane stove in your river kitchen?
If so how do you like it or not like it?

Thanks,Glenn

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Old 07-31-2008   #2
 
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Blaster recommended

Two Grand trips and a handful of others and the blaster was a blast. Light, efficient, sturdy and versitile - worked perfectly.
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Old 08-01-2008   #3
 
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Yup, had one on a grand trip. Great for large groups so you can heat water and coffee without tying up the kitchen stove, or kitchen space.
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Old 08-01-2008   #4
 
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I love my blaster. If you get one,make sure to buy the optional console(stand) for it too. It's perfect....
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THE BLASTER IS A MUST HAVE ON ANY MULTI-DAY TRIP FROM THE MIDDLE FORK TO THE GRAND. BUY THE PARTNER STEEL AND YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED. FOLDS UP AND IS BASICALLY INDESTRUCTIBLE.
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Also make sure you get a splitter (tree) for your propane connection. That way you can run your blaster, stove, lantern, etc. all on one tank at the same time if you want.

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Old 08-01-2008   #7
 
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Java 4u

Thanks For the info.
I've used partner equip before and do like what I have used.The blaster is expensive but it should really dial in my river kichen. No more wiating for the giant coffee pot to perk ... java now!
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the blaster is like an upside down rocket ship, its just bad ass if nothing else.
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Old 08-03-2008   #9
 
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Chicks dig the Blaster...that's how i got my girlfriend. Oh yeah...it heats up water real quick too!
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