The Mini Trangia specially produced for the multi-sport competitor or solo hiker is a super compact and lightweight stove set.
It includes a spirit burner, 0.8 liter aluminum pan, a 15cm non-stick lid/ fry pan, windshield and handle.
Material: Ultralight Aluminium, Teflon non-stick coating on frypan, Weight: 330gm
Materials and technology used in various Trangia Products
The Trangia stove is today used by outdoor people all over the world. For half a
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.
The Trangia stove has always been the natural choice for storm-proof fuel and liquid stoves.
REVIEW OF THE TRANGIA 28-T MINI ULTRALIGHT ALLOY CBy: Julian Ledwoch on 28 April 2018For the price and quality, the price really is excellent. I have used this cook set 6 times and have found it works perfectly. I have used butane/propane, hexamine and wood in the military and for low weight and ease of use the Trangia really is my preference. The fuel is very cheap and easy to find all over the world and is clean burning. I would recommend this stove and cook set to anyone looking for an alcohol burning stove, or any stove in general.
Trangia 28-T Mini Ultralight Alloy Cook SetBy: Susannah on 10 August 2017Excellent service and delivery. Got it in 3 days. I'm in Melbourne. I've always avoided Trangias because of the weight and bulk but this MINI Trangia is brilliant. When my MSR Whisperlite died after 18 years' service I bought this mini Trangia to fill in while I decided on my next MSR or alps suitable stove (methylated spirits is slow- the only downside of this mini Trangia). Really happy. It will get a lot of use on the warmer trips and Trangias last really well. Susannah
Review Trangia 28-T Mini Ultralight Alloy Cook SetBy: Terrylea Reynolds on 18 January 2016Ok. This was my first foray into an ultralight outdoor cooking stove. I wanted fuel and not gas as I'd been told it'd be lighter and I could always tell how much fuel I had left. True enough but the Trangia uses heaps of methylated spirits to boil just 2 cups of water that you end up carrying lots of fuel and therefore weight anyway. I am not happy at all with how it burns - firstly when set up and alight it's almost like a flame thrower once you put the pot on top. The flames shoot out the sides. So, I thought I'd use the simmer ring to control this. It did but then it took 3 times as long to boil my water. To put it out you have to aim and throw the top onto it as the flames don't let you get close enough to put it on with your fingers. If the fuel is partly used in the burning base you need a long match to light it as you have to dip the match down into the pot and then 'woosh' up come the flames. You don't want your fingers close to that. The dinky holder that comes with it isn't strong enough to inspire confidence that you won't tip that boiling water over yourself. I think you can do better and I'm going to buy a Jetboil or similar now. buy this if you must and as a one-off and if you are counting absolute micrograms - but for convenience and quality of experience spend more and buy a gas burner with an automatic ignition and flame control.
My handy ultralight stoveBy: Nam on 8 October 2015Great little alcohol stove. Its small form is ideal for a lightweight backpacker as myself. Does it job. My only complaint is the windscreen, you need one especially for windy days because the flame does not heat the bottle of the pot and your waiting around for nothing to heat up. There are DIY windscreens from aluminum foil folded over and some holes to aid airflow which i need to do before i use it again but still great value
Simple-Easy-MiniAnonymous 11 January 2015I got one of these mini's a little while ago and love it. I'm pretty much a hunter/hiker/fisher and do single night stop-overs. I purchased the unit aware of the 'cons' of a spirit stove and didn't expect large stove performance. Since I'm not on a 3-4 day hike time-table, I set camp early and have time to enjoy making my meals. I can boil the small pot nearly full of water (lid on) in about 7-8 minutes in sheltered area. It's enough for two good size coffees/rehydrate packs etc. I've also got a rack for the top of the stove shield/holder that lets me sit a large tin cup on it and can heat soup for me in 3-4 min. I also pop just the burner in my pocket, tin cup & coffee in my bum -bag and have a brew when I'm just fishing close to home. I own several types of portable cookers, mostly gas, but will use the mini for all my hikes because it's simple design excludes any mechanical failure, it's compact and light.