Features March 2002 Issue

The Boiling Point: Five-Way Single-burner Galley Stove Test

The reliable Glomate is the least expensive of five models, but the Seacook and Forespar Mini-Galley are safer for use at sea. The pricey Origo alcohol stove is slow to boil.

Stand-alone stoves are a fine way to keep things simple. Here are five models, burning three fuels.

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