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January 28, 2018
This thing is heavy. Too heavy for a backpacking stove IMO; it weighs 276 g, compared to, say, the Kovea Spider which weighs 100 g less (and claims 1800 W). But the Lixada is very stable (should work with big pots and skillets), appears to be well-made, and kicks out the heat, although I doubt if it can put out 3200 W, because I don't think it can mix enough oxygen with enough fuel to produce that much energy. You can get an idea of what a stove will do by looking at the size of the air intake holes on the column below the burner. Most stoves are about the same, except for water boilers like the JetBoils and the Fire Maple Fixed Star X2 (a great stove system, by the way, if your objective is to boil water). These stoves have much smaller air intake holes and limit the amount of fuel that can be burned, but make up for it my capturing a lot of the heat. If they weren't limited you could crank up enough heat to melt their cozies (I've seen it done using different burners). I haven't been able to achieve the claim of being able to boil a liter of water in 2.5 minutes. I was able to boil 500 ml of water in 2:15, but that was with an 1 l Olicamp XTS pot, which has the heat-capturing fins on its bottom, like Jetboils and FireMaple. With a more conventional pot, the Snow Peak 900 painted black with hi-temp paint, I boiled 500 ml of water in 3:15. Remember, these numbers are with a half liter of water. Most stoves claim about half the watt output, so the Lixada stove would have to burn fuel at twice their rate to make 3200 W; what's the hurry? The Kovea Spider boils 500 ml in about 3 minutes in the Oilcamp pot. BTW, if it isn't clear what's going on, this stove has a more or less conventional perforated metal burner that is covered by an inverted perforated metal cup. The inverted cup glows bright red when the stove is working, so it is probably a little below 1000 C. This arrangement does a pretty good job of making the stove windproof, whether blasting full tilt or simmering, and it does simmer pretty well. Compare this to the MSR Windburner, which is very windproof, puts out 2050 W, claims to boil a liter in 4.5 minutes, but is difficult to simmer, mostly because you can't see the flame.
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