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Trangia 25-2 UL Cookset with Kettle and Spirit Burner

4.9 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

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  • Stove with 2 pans (1.75L & 1.5L)
  • 1 frying pan (22cm)
  • Kettle
  • Weight: 1055g
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  • Product Dimensions: 23.1 x 12.2 x 22.6 cm ; 1.2 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.2 Kg
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  • Item model number: 327760
  • ASIN: B0014BQU9O
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 19 Feb. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,452 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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Series 25 includes somewhat larger stoves suitable for groups of about 3-4 people. They are ideal family stoves with large pans, a wider frypan and a bigger kettle. 25 series have two saucepans (1.75 and 1.5 litres), a 22 cm frying pan, windshields (upper and lower), a burner, a pan grip and a strap.

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Series 25 includes somewhat larger stoves suitable for groups of about 3-4 people. They are excellent family stoves with large pans, a wider frypan and a bigger kettle. With the supports in the raised position, the stove can be used with large billies from the rest of the Trangia range. All the stove systems in the 25 series have two saucepans (1.75 and 1.5 litres), a 22 cm frying pan, windshields (upper and lower), a burner, a pan grip and a strap. Dimensions 22 x 10.5 cm.

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I used my Trangia 25 to camp out in the Lake District in cold weather, down to freezing. I did not have any problem using the stove, it was light, easy to pack, tough and did its job well. I wish I had known about the water-with-fuel mix trick before my first cooking attempt but that was my fault for not reading the instructions. 10% water in with the fuel cuts down on the soot you get on the bottom of the pan - don't forget this!
If you are getting one of these then consider the Trangia fuel bottle too, or some similar system.
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I've been using my Trangia 25 stove for nearly 30 years, so it hasn't cost me much on an annual basis. In that time, I've replaced the burner once after I crushed the original by driving over it. Also in that time, it has thrived and survived while several gas and petrol-powered competitors have fallen apart, ceased to function or been shelved due to one annoying fault or another. My Trangia has always been the the best stove for a picnic or a light camp or the reliable fallback when the gas ran out. A classic, hardwearing design. If it was a car it would be an aluminium Volvo.

7 Tips:

1 Buy the fuel bottle for safety and convenience but don't screw the black tap in too hard or you'll really struggle next time you need to fill up.

2 The screw-on lid of the burner tends to leak after a while, so when you've finished cooking and the whole thing has cooled, empty any meths from the burner back into the fuel bottle, then relight the residue in the burner and use it to dry out your kettle and pans. This stops aluminium leaching and avoids that metallic tang you can get in your tea from the first boil of the kettle. Burning off the meths residue also avoids leakage of Bitrex from the meths into your kettle - Bitrex is not good in tea - or anything else.

3 Don't use the stove in the back of your car or in your tent - a nudge or hungover shaky hand can cause meths spillage below the burner which will result in a surprisingly vigorous fire, probably when you are least prepared for one. My wife nearly cooked our Kangoo that way. The Trangia is for outdoors use only.

4 Point the holes in the base at the wind - the stove then works even in quite a vigorous breeze.

5 Put the frying pan on to the boiling pan as a lid.
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Bought this cookset about two weeks ago now and gave it a go last weekend. Thought I would give it a quick review.

Good points:
A incredibly solidly built bit of kit.
Very good heat distribution in pans.
Good size pots, pans & kettle.
Packs away small.
Light (1kg total).
Uses un-pressurized fuel.
Cooking ability in wind.

Bad Points:
Fuel consumption a little higher than expected.

This cooker is unbelieveably simple and elegant in its design. Quick to set-up and pack away. The burner is cool enough to touch 5 mins after putting it out. Boils 0.9 ltr of water in about 12 mins using about 20-30ml of fuel using the kettle.

Trangia say 500ml of meths is enough for 1 week cooking for 1 person (very approx). I used 350ml in one day & night for one person! I did a bacon butty for lunch, super noodle snack, risotto for dinner and another bacon butty for breakfast. Saying this though I did also boil about 7 ltrs of water as well for copius cups of tea/washing up. Used the simmer ring on the risotto, works well, no sticking of ther rice!

In my opinion, this thing is the DON of outdoor cooking, I love this cooker, it will be coming with me on every trip from now on, be it 1 day or 1 month!
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I love Trangias and consider this set as the best from Trangia as long as you replace the frying pan ,but please bare in mind that the hardanodised one is not non stick, and the non stick one is not the best quality.
This set is virtually bullet proof, light weight and forever reliable.
At first I purchased the non stick 25 set with kettle, but the non stick coating comes off so easily, I really think Trangia need to address this or withdraw the product.
Just stirring in instant mash potato with a wooden spoon lifted the coating on one of the saucepans !And washing the frying pan for the first time just using hot soapy water, the centre coating on the pan rubbed off with just finger pressure.
This was sent back to Amazon who quickly refunded me my £57.99.
I then purchased this set @ £44 with free delivery and ordered the Hardanodised 25 frying pan separately with free delivery @ £15.
The hardanodised frying pan seems to stand up to the rigours of frying very well, but food really sticks to it so it is not ideal for a good old full English.
It is also a real swine to get clean and needs a good soak in hot water but at least the coating doesn't come off!
The nearly 1 litre capacity kettle brews up in around 9 minutes when full, maybe a little slow for some but what's the rush when camping ?
The only down side with Trangias is that they do tend to burn meths at a very fast rate, camping solo for one week and using it only at breakfast and dinner I got through 2.5 Litres of fuel.
Also I feel that Trangia could redesign the spirit burner to hold more fuel ? One fill up is not enough to boil a kettle and fry a meal with the 25 series.
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