Lightest tent stove?

4th_point

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I've been looking at titanium tent stoves online for backpack hunts.

Seems like TiGoat and EdT are no longer selling stoves, but Seek Outside, LiteOutdoors, and Kifaru still sell stoves.

Am I missing any other lightweight Ti tent stoves? I did a quick search but didn't find anything noteworthy.

I'm curious what the lightest make/model is that has proven effective and reliable for backcountry use. For a given size/capacity of course.

Thanks,

Jason
 

Dsnow9

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Following. Not sure I will ever pull the trigger on the stove/tent but interested. Don’t really want to pack the weight in deep and I feel like there are better options for close to the truck. Used an XL insulated ice shack with a buddy heater for a base camp this year and that was better than some hotels I’ve stayed in. Also watched hunting partners tent almost catch on fire from a tent stove.
 

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Following. Not sure I will ever pull the trigger on the stove/tent but interested. Don’t really want to pack the weight in deep and I feel like there are better options for close to the truck. Used an XL insulated ice shack with a buddy heater for a base camp this year and that was better than some hotels I’ve stayed in. Also watched hunting partners tent almost catch on fire from a tent stove.
I've been using the eskimo 949i with a buddy heater for my out of state hunts for a few years now. Plenty of room for 2 cots and can stand up in the middle. Put down a tarp and a carpet reminent and it's awesome

I use 4 18" long eater anchors for the 4 hubs have had it in 40 mph winds with no issue
 

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I've been using the eskimo 949i with a buddy heater for my out of state hunts for a few years now. Plenty of room for 2 cots and can stand up in the middle. Put down a tarp and a carpet reminent and it's awesome

I use 4 18" long eater anchors for the 4 hubs have had it in 40 mph winds with no issue
Yep, exactly. I can’t see anything else coming close to the function for a base camp. It was better than some hotels I’ve stayed in.
 

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Yep, exactly. I can’t see anything else coming close to the function for a base camp. It was better than some hotels I’ve stayed in.
The nice thing I can set mine up and have it ready to go in under 10 mins. And take down is just as fast.

I had a little buddy heater in mine this past year in Nebraska where temps were below zero at night and it kept it around 40 degs inside, and a 1 pound cylinder lasted close to 5 hours.
 

Dsnow9

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Oh the buddy heater is a must. Have a 5’ hose run to the outside with a full size tank. Lasted us the whole hunt and was able to keep it on low over night. Game changer!
 
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I've been using a Gazelle hub tent for the past several years for car camping, but have had the hub sections collapse with strong winds.
 

Dsnow9

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The heater buddy may work at the truck, but I don’t know anyone gonna hump that into the backcountry.
For sure! I wouldn’t hump a stove into the backcountry either. I just tough it out. I’m not taking a stove into the hell holes I go into. 0FF4C4AA-89F2-468D-A89A-F295DBE00864.jpeg
 
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