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Edelrid Hexon - Hornillo multicombustible

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  • Fabricado en aluminio
  • Para camping
  • Multicombustibles
  • Necesita combustible
  • Ultraligero

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• Información adicional: - Potencia: 300 W - Funciona con diversos combustibles: gas, gasolina, queroseno y petróleo - Soporte para ollas plegable para mayor seguridad y embalaje más pequeño - Bomba de aluminio de alta calidad para su uso en todas las franjas de temperatura - Regulación de la llama sin topes - Se puede ajustar a un hornillo eléctrico mediante un adaptador (no incluido) Entrega • Contenido: Set de herramientas, botella de combustible, protección contra el viento Dimensiones • Peso: 220 g Hornillo de camping • Modelo: Hornillo de pie • Número de rejillas para hornillo: 3 • Combustible I: Gas • Tipo: Hornillo de llama • Combustible III: Keroseno • Tipos de combustible: Quemador para varios combustibles Consumo • Combustible: 80-240 (g/h) Rendimiento • Tiempo de cocción: 3,1 min


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  • Peso del producto: 220 Kg
  • Número de modelo del producto: 731010000000
  • ASIN: B003XJ9E6G
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 26 de agosto de 2011
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
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Pros: Tamaño contenido, es multicombustible e incluye la botella y bomba de presión para combustibles líquidos. Muy robusto y estable. Funciona con combustibles líquidos y también con cartuchos de gas de rosca estándar.
Contras: El sistema de inyector sin difusor es más ruidoso que los típicos de gas. Es más grande que muchos sólo de gas.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Edelrid Hexon Stove 15 de diciembre de 2011
Por Thomas Allen - Publicado en Amazon.com
The multi-fuel Edelrid Hexon hiking and mountaineering stove is designed in Germany. It uses fuels such as white gasoline (Coleman fuel), unleaded auto gasoline, kerosene, and L.P. gas in canisters. The stove works fine using LP gas for simmering foods, while white gasoline does an excellent job of boiling water for freeze dried food and melting snow for water during winter hiking. The Hexon stove uses curved fold out thin legs that serve as both support for the stove and cooking pot and can be detached for use with a Storm cook set. Unfortunately, the legs themselves have a tendency to warp with constant use on the trail and begin to move out of the leg socket in the stove housing. The Edelrid Company in Germany has ignored this problem after constant complaints. The stove is light weight (220 grams or 7.8 oz.), compact, and comes with a windscreen, 0.40 Liter fuel bottle (a larger fuel bottle can be purchased), fuel bottle cap, metal pump, transport bag, and small plastic cylinder that contains a tool set. The stove uses a roarer type burner which is noisy but tolerable; the stove is the right size for solo hikers who want to travel light but may need a multi-fuel stove.

The linear dimensions of the multi-fuel Hexon stove are remarkable: Height--4.0cm, Height with fold out feet--9.0cm and distance across the top of the stove--6.3cm. I have used the stove with white gasoline to boil one liter of water in an uncovered aluminum pot in 3.5 minutes at an altitude of 524ft with water temperature of about 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The stove primed easily in forty seconds without any problems. The multi-fuel Edelrid Hexon stove is perfect for one or two people and it would be my first choice and recommendation for backpacking or mountaineering conditions if the Germany company would fix the warping Aluminum legs. It sells for $130.00 USD.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A great stove with one flaw. 14 de diciembre de 2015
Por Tetsu Noguchi - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is a fantastically designed stove. A true marvel.

While the outer chassis and leg design is likely an Edelrid original, the core stove, generator, fuel line, and pump are likely OEM's from BRS/Bulin.

That outer chassis is critical though. The compact design allows the Edelrid Hexon to fit into many compact cooksets (pots and pans) where other liquid fuel stoves just won't. And that's important, because when you want to have a compact overall cooking kit to fit neatly into your backpack, fitting as much as you can in as small a space as possible is a big part of any major trip. If you're set on a liquid fuel stove because of fuel availability to where you're heading, this is an excellent choice.

There is also an adapter called the Tradapter, which allows use of the Edelrid Hexon in any pot-stand/leg/wind screen system that is designed for the Trangia alcohol stove.

The only flaw is the pot-stand/leg itself. It is made of steel, I think, and soften when the stove is in use, which ends up warping the stove. Over time, the pot-stand/legs become unusable.

You can order the titanium legs for this stove separately (but not from the online store I purchased it from, so contact Edelrid directly to find another reseller). Titanium has a melting point above 3000 degrees, whereas steel has a melting point of 2750 degrees. So titanium will not warp as quickly.

This stove is also not the best at simmering. It is not the worst either. It's about the same as the MSR Whisperlite in simmering capability.

What that means is: To get as good a simmer as possible, don't use a small bottle, the pressure is very inconsistent over short periods of time. Use a larger bottle, like a 1L, and when the fuel is less than the max (around 600ml or so), the simmering capability goes up significantly.

All liquid fuel stoves requires maintenance, and the Edelrid Hexon is no different. Apart from the standard repair, I'd also carry an extra wire to clean out the generator coil once in a while. If using dirty fuel, the generator coil will eventually (like with any liquid fuel stove) clog up, and a small thin cleaning wire takes little to no room.

Either way, with the titanium legs, this stove is a a highly capable and reliable stove, I would trust in the field.