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sta4761194

Michigan

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Outdoor experiences in any weather is possible if you have the right gear. From base camping to backpacking, I enjoy sit-on-top kayaks and cooking on the fire.

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sta4761194 wrote a review of on July 12, 2011

5 5

This is a must for anyone cooking on the fire. I use it as a platform for both grilling meat, and as a stove top for the cast iron. It is remained sturdy throughout the most severe uses. I have heated it up to red hot and it has survived and remains functional. It folds flat and as such is easy to pack in your car. I also own a spit and a tee-pee style grill and while each has its purpose, if I had to own just one tool for cooking on the fire, this would be the one. The only challenge I have faced is some park fire pits (steel rings) aren't quite large enough to accommodate the legs extended, but the rig can be balanced on the ring, fairly well. In these particular circumstances the tee-pee grill seems to work best, but be sure you get the longest/highest one you can as the ring is often elevated.

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sta4761194 wrote a review of on July 12, 2011

5 5

Although I have been experimenting with the Jet Boil and MSR canister fuel stoves with success, this remains the sure thing for any adventure. It is a miser on fuel and has never failed to fire. Although I enjoy the convenience of the canister stoves for short trips and the speed in which they boil, the temp control and overall usability with the Whisper can't be beat, especially when cooking involves more than boiling and quick heating.

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sta4761194 wrote a review of on July 12, 2011

5 5

I own both and find both equally well built. With either you need to purchase accessories to manage the gear and Load Stoppers are a base minimum if you intend to use them for anything generic. I use the racks for camping gear as well as hauling home project lumber and such. They have never let me down. I have more extensive experience with the the Yakima system and like the round bars as gear is easy to move as it slides freely on the round bars until it is tied down.

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