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Old 06-29-2016, 02:27 PM   #15
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I have read that burning butane puts off less CO than propane (that may or may not be accurate). But propane works better in freezing temps. Seems like a pretty even contest between the two. I've always used propane.
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as others are, we too use Butane canister stoves yet I've not seen any with the design shown in that article. Our iwatani stoves for ~7 years without issue and the canister is located to the side and below the burner.

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