Simple and strong, the GaZ Bleuet 206 stove has 2 foldable arms and is equipped with a stabilizer base and a burner windshield (detachable)
Speed: 7 minutes to boil 1L water
Burn time: 2.5 - 4 hours
This is an older stove but it is reliable stable and is easy to run. Perhaps a good find on Ebay or other web-auction site.
This stove burns Isobutane
Butane and twenty percent propane which is sold in light steel canisters. It has replaced straight butane since it ignites in outside air temperatures down to about 15º F (-10º C). It is the most convenient and clean-burning fuel for normal conditions since you just strike a match and turn on the stove.
Isobutane is mainly sold in two incompatible formats: canisters manufactured by Camping Gaz-Bluet, a French company that dominates the gas stove market, and more or less industry standard canisters sold by EPI (British), Primus (Swedish), MSR and Coleman (American), and Olicamp (Chinese).
Gaz-Bluet fuel canisters are practically everywhere in continental Europe, widely available in outdoor shops in the U.S., Canada, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand, and somewhat available in sixty-two other countries.