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SOTO Windmaster

Posted: Sun Nov 02, 2014 6:34 pm
by CJD ... D-1RX.html

If you remember, I purchased a SOTO Micro Regulator cannister stove. I also purchased a windscreen, that was quite different, that was designed for it.

The Windmaster, a new stove configuration, has either a three pronged or four pronged stove support available.

I like the stove supports on the SOTO Micro Regulator. The pot was well supported, and that is important because it is more than disappointing to dump the dinner you carried and you prepared. I tried several pots and pans on those pot supports before I made the purchase.

For you information, I selected the GSI Hallulite Minimalist.

The SOTO Windmaster may prove even more worthy, by working especially well with a greater variety of pots and pans used for backpacking.

Re: SOTO Windmaster

Posted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 9:19 pm
by zelph
wow, this reminds me of a stove I purchased for the sole purpose of fitting it to the bottom of 2 cup flat bottom foster pot. The stove pot supports fit I just have to remember the thread I posted it to. :?

Re: SOTO Windmaster

Posted: Fri Nov 07, 2014 6:59 pm
by ConnieD
My Soto Microregulator fit your 2-cup and 1-cup flat bottom Ridgeline pot and cup.

I like the 1-cup flat bottom no-paint Ridgeline and mini Fancee Feest.

I miss my mini Fancee Feest. The modified Starlyte just isn't the same for use with the 1-cup flat bottom Ridgeline.

I still have those, thankfully, but you can't have too many of those.

I like the new flat bottom one, with 1-cup and 2-cup ridge markings, too. Those carbon "simmer" discs look good, too, zelph.

I think my modified Starlyte is calling out for a carbon simmer disc, or two. Does one carbon "simmer" disc fit under the lid?

It is about time I place an order. I will hold off a bit, but not too much longer. I don't want you to be all "sold out" because your designs sell out so fast.

I definitely need the new flat bottom Ridgeline, with 1-cup and 2-cup ridge markings and one carbon disc.

I draw your attention to the SOTO Windmaster, because their website shows how the flame reaches the cookware, yet, is not swept away by thr wind having only that little "lip" up at the burner.

Check it out, zelph. Check it out, other stove innovators.

Re: SOTO Windmaster

Posted: Sun Nov 09, 2014 12:04 am
by zelph
I'll check it out.....

Take a look at this lightest of them all stoves that fit the bottom of the conquistador pot: