/ Nice new stove and cookware sets

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wilkie14c - on 17 Jan 2014
Just been to the fishing shop to pick up some deadbaits, off for a bit of pike fishing tomorrow. Anyway, they have just got in the Fox range of cookware, I had a look at the stove, nice! Off the canister design, integral igniter, soild and well made. Could have done with a pre heating tube though. They had it up for 35 quid. I looked at the small sized kettle too, folding handle and built in heat exchanger. Think I'm going to get one but perhaps the bigger sized one for car camping. Fox is at the higher end of fishing gear manufacturers so expect first rate customer service should you have a problem. Take a look!
http://www.foxint.com/catalogues-sections-products.php?section=87&catalogue=1
Andy_B39 - on 17 Jan 2014
In reply to wilkie14c:

That stove looks identical to this http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/hi-gear-inferno-folding-gas-stove-p261724

Their head torches look rather similar to Alpkit's too.
wilkie14c - on 17 Jan 2014
In reply to Andy_B39:

It does indeed, no igniter on the go outdoors one by the looks of it though. I got a Chinese clone of that design, with pre heat tube too, 15 quid off ebay
RichardP - on 17 Jan 2014
In reply to wilkie14c:

I do notice that both stove seem to be missing a pre-heat loop.
As a result you may have issues using it altitude or lower temperatures
ripper - on 17 Jan 2014
In reply to wilkie14c:

I have that Go Outdoors jobby and it does have an ignition spark button, but no preheat loop as others have said. Ok for the money though, and packs nice and small in its own little plastic box
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ripper - on 17 Jan 2014
In reply to wilkie14c:

...or at least it did have an ignition button when i got mine - spose they might have changed the design...

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