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28-T Mini Camping Stove

28-T Mini Camping Stove

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: 28-T Mini Camping Stove

Manufacturer: Trangia

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Page By: pippo52

Created/Edited: Sep 12, 2004 / Apr 7, 2009

Object ID: 1123

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This Mini Trangia is the smallest of the camping stoves weighing in at 330 gms.

Practical and lightweight for the lone walker outdoor cooking is easy when you use a Trangia stove.

This storm-proof system is based on simplicity - A windshield, a burner, a pan, a combined lid/frypan and a handle.

The stove is very lightweight and needs no special care as they are impact resistant.

Reliable in all weather conditions, all year round, without unnecessary parts that can go wrong or be adversely affected by cold, The stove is quick to set up, and packs away into itself taking up minimal space.


~ Non Stick Frying Pan

~ Aluminium Saucepan

~ Windshield

~ Spirit Burner

~ Pan Handle



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pippo52Untitled Review

Voted 5/5

My trangia 28 is the older model (uncoated frypan/lid) and i've been using it for over 6 years now with excellent results. the beauty of the trangia stoves is in their simplicity- no moving parts, and nothing can go wrong with them. You need a little of experience for determining how much fuel to put into the burner for what's being boiled or cooked. I used it also for melting down the snow. It takes a little bit more time but it is possible to use it in 4 seasons hiking.
Posted Sep 15, 2004 1:13 pm

NanulsKing of stoves

Voted 5/5

Although the Trangia takes a long time to boil water compared to other gas stoves, the fact its design is so simple means that it is near indistuctable and probably the most reliable camping stove on the market.
Posted Jun 11, 2007 8:13 am

mountainmanmarkExcellent light weight stove

Voted 5/5

I have three stoves that I use, each with it's specific role. This mini Trangia is a favouite for solo trips out around the UK. Very light weight, easy to use, just a shame it doesn't take the Trangia gas adapter.
Posted Mar 10, 2008 6:48 pm

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