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JGun wrote a review of on July 19, 2004

5 5

You won't even notice this thing in your pack, let alone, in your pocket. 1 click for blinding, 2 clicks for medium intensity, and 3 clicks for doing just about everything other than hiking on rough terrain. This thing isn't going anywhere when it's on your head either! Great buy!

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JGun wrote a review of on July 19, 2004

5 5

I've tried a few other filters, but this filter takes the cake. I don't even carry a bladder when hiking along streams and lakes, just my trusty Nalgene and my Katadyn filter. Bust it out, stick it in the water, pump for a few minutes and you've got some good, clean water. Why take on the extra weight of a bladder when it's this easy? My favorite piece of equipment!

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JGun wrote a review of on July 19, 2004

5 5

I mean really, what more do you need? It takes 2-3 minutes to blow the darn thing up and you sleep like a baby for the night. Very light for a pad of this caliber and very compact when it's in its stuff sack. I was sliding during my sleep, but that was only because my genius partner chose an inclined camp spot. In short, you won't be disappointed because you won't be awake.

Can't forget about the price tag!

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JGun wrote a review of on July 19, 2004

4 5

This stove is awesome! Very light, very easy to use and store, and boiling time is minimal even on medium output. The only drawback is the little bit (very tiny) of movement of the stove head due to the ball and socket joint, but as long as you watch your pot and aren't clumsy by nature, you'll be very happy with it. The Brunton Optimus Crux is an optimum performer.

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