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Solo Aluminum Windscreen: For Use with Solo Stove and Other Backpacking Stoves, Camping Stoves, Butane Stoves, Alcohol Stoves

November 2, 2015 - Comment

The Solo Aluminum Windscreen is meant to work in conjunction with our wood burning Solo Stove. Added protection against the elements will allow you to achieve faster boil times. With the wind blocked, efficiency increases and you’ll also use less fuel for each burn. The extendable ground pegs allows for a stable

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The Solo Aluminum Windscreen is meant to work in conjunction with our wood burning Solo Stove. Added protection against the elements will allow you to achieve faster boil times. With the wind blocked, efficiency increases and you’ll also use less fuel for each burn. The extendable ground pegs allows for a stable setup. The 8-panel design allows you to configure the windscreen in a number of shapes and folds together nicely after each use.

Product Features

  • Features: Extendable ground pegs for stability
  • Size: Height 9.5 inches, Width 26.5 inches (3.5 inches wide when folded)
  • Weight: 7.4 oz
  • Materials: Anodized Aluminum
  • Finish: Satin Grey; Drawstring carry sack included
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Comments

CSC says:

Great for canistier stoves like MSR, jetboils, etc These things are great as they totally shield your flame from the wind and channel the heat up like a smoke stack. To big for liquid fuels stoves as the short versions work better. But on a MSR pocket rocket or a jetboil PCS they are great!They don’t absorb heat either. I can do a full 5 minute boil and the top part of the screen is still no more than 90degs. You can turn your stove of and immediately handle it.

R. Queen says:

A must buy for the SOLO stove, or any stove that would benefit from a windscreen. Tested my SOLO Stove out with, and without this windscreen in Jan 2014, during the ‘Arctic Surge’. Tested at around 3600′ above sea level in WV. Temperature was around 15 degrees Fahrenheit. Using this windscreen cut my boiling time almost in half. Screen is sturdy aluminum with two pins on the end panels that can be used as anchors in soft ground.

William C. Glenn says:

Works as described Easy to pack, lightweight, works in strong winds. Works well with both Zip and Solo stoves, good in blowing rain

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