Ideal for the lone walker or two people. The 27 series is a small, compact stove that takes up very little room in your pack but has everything you need to be camp chef.
It consists of two 1-litre saucepans (1 graduated, 1 ungraduated), an 18cm frying pan, upper and lower windshields, a burner, a pot grip and a strap
Materials: Ultralight Aluminium Weight: 720gm.
Series 27 offers good stoves for the lone walker or two people. The pans are smaller and the kettle is sized accordingly. A small, compact stove that takes up minimal room in the rucksack. Here too, large billies can be placed on the raised supports in the upper windshield. All the stove systems in the 27 series have two 1-litre saucepans (1 graduated, 1 ungraduated), an 18 cm frying pan, windshields (upper and lower), a burner, a pan grip and a strap.
Made in Sweden and comes with Trangia guarantee.
Materials and technology used in various Trangia Products
Aluminium is a durable and lightweight material that conducts heat uniformly and quickly, so food does not burn in the centre of the pan. The aluminium stove has a hard surface that protects against scratches and abrasion. Trangia s basic models are made totally of aluminium, a material that has consistently good characteristics. For people who want trouble-free cooking with a stove that lasts for many years.
century, the Trangia stove has been the natural choice for storm-proof stoves. Our approach to quality has put its stamp on manufacturing throughout the process, from the choice of materials to function. We have the accumulated skills and experience over 75 years and our proximity to the mountain environment and practical testing, combined with modern technology, design and constant development, means we can offer a complete, reliable, quality stove. The Trangia Original is and remains the original: a light, fast and, above all, reliable stove for the outdoors. In all weathers
Materials: Ultralight Aluminium
Weight: 720 grams
The Trangia stove has always been the natural choice for storm-proof fuel and liquid stoves.
Dependable trangiaBy: Mark Giles on 12 September 2018Pretty much does what you want it to do. I cut myself on the under rim while washing it. It's very sharp under there. Always fiddly cooking with it but you learn what it can do.
Legendary Trangia still awesomeBy: Trish on 17 March 2018I have had a Trangia stove for decades but couldn't find it anywhere when I recently needed it. So I bought a new one. This one is as easy to use as my old faithful but has some design improvements that seem to make to heat quicker. If I ever find my old one I'll give them a boiling race to see if it really is quicker. I bought from Wild Earth as my local bushwalking store burnt down days before I needed a new one. Wild Earth was best price and promised quick delivery, which happened! So one happy customer.... Except I'd like to know where my old one is.
Trangia 27-1 small ultralight cooksetBy: Rob on 22 October 2017I've owned and used one of these for over twenty years. The only reason for the purchase is that the old model is heavier and the windshields don't clip together like they do with this model, so with my old one now in a slightly battered state the upper windshield that holds the pot can now tend to slide off - not a good look! Current design is brilliant, extremely practical piece of gear. There are 'trangia' people and there are others, I'm a trangia person! :-)
Trangia 27-1 small ultralight alloy storm cook setBy: Sarah Lock on 28 April 2016I bought this as a gift, and was disappointed to find that when I opened the package, the trangia had a sort of muck over the lid and outermost pan. It looked like dried crusty glue or polish for the metal or something. I tried to wash it away but it wouldn't go away. I didn't have time to ask for an exchange because I needed to give it as a gift, but none-the-less this was disappointing.
Trangia 27-1 ReviewBy: Aaron on 9 March 2016Just used this set while hiking the Cape to Cape in Western Australia. No problems at all with the set and out performed others trying to use mini gas cookers. Pros: Very light, quick to boil, easy to use, not disturbed by winds, stable on most surfaces, good size pots for 1 person meals. Overall a very well thought out design. Cons: Slightly bulky once you include a bottle of fuel, flame control/snuffer can be tricky to place or adjust once lit.