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    Forum Enthusiast jtb2879's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by pacs View Post
    I wanted one until I saw the price...
    Ha! Me too!
    On days like this I'd rather be west of the Darling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtb2879 View Post
    So, I assume you can run them off a bigger LPG bottle? I'd like to use either a 4 or 9 if I got one of those stoves. Good bit of kit for sure!
    Yep you sure can

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    Quote Originally Posted by kam View Post
    Yep you sure can
    Cool, thanks for that!
    On days like this I'd rather be west of the Darling!

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    We have been stove shopping today and the hyperflame was high on the interest list for me, we haven't bought one but the boss has stated that is the one she wants so will be buying one very shortly.

    On a side note Anaconda stores will match the price of online items as long as the shop has a brick and mortar store, we used Tentworld's price to get our turbo tent from anaconda at a more reasonable price and will probably do the same for this stove.
    I don't always get it right

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    Pulled the trigger on a fyreknight stove today so +1 for your commission Kam.

    Couldn't wait until we go camping to test it out so we went out into the bush and had some sausages for tea. It works very well quite pleased with it so far boils the kettle quicker than our stove in the kitchen too.



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    5 best camp items;
    Low voltage led strip lighting
    Cordless drill and landscape screws, no more pegs
    Cordless RECIPRO, much smaller than a chainsaw, ideal for firewood
    Comfortable mattress
    Fridge

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    For me:

    - solar
    - fridge
    - campertrailer
    - LED lighting
    - comfy chair

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    Landcuiser
    Swag
    Fridge
    Solar
    Led strip lights
    Awning
    Fishing gear

    I dont need any thing else.
    Why fish for bream ,when i can camp and chase cod!!:

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    Wife,
    Fridge,
    Good awning,
    Butane stove,
    Comfy camp chairs.
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