Used as backup when temp goes low. I wished it would be available as 100g.
Works better slightly above and below zero than regular Power Gas, doesn't freeze as quickly.
Works even in freezing weather
Good basic gas.
Works surprisingly well at -20 degrees
worked great in -9 C frost.
Reliable base gas
Good gas for winter use. Came out of the bottle still -15 degrees below zero.
Compact size and easy to carry
Works great in winter.
Good base gas for winter use.
-6c still lit.
The most useless invention ever. Not only does this coagulate in the cold wherever any camping gas, this cannot even be turned upside down in cookers where it is possible. -22 only materializes if you use a gas cooker to heat the gas cylinder. At -8 degrees, the flame is still burning, but there is not enough power to boil water, for example.
Works reasonably well even in the cold, compared to the other gases I use.
The price of € 24.45 per kilo is misleading as the actual price per kilo of gas is € 38.7. In general, there seems to be no way to calculate the weight of a package per kilogram?
Yes, that clearly colder works than the "base gases" that start to fade already at zero surface. Still, a liquid-fueled pumped cooker is really a much safer game with frostbite. No need to trick, use at -30 degrees in exactly the same way as in summer, the difference is that the buttons are on the ice. If you only use a gas-powered kettle, a pretty must-have product in both winters!
As promised, the gas will operate briskly on the frost side. However, at -10 degrees, the power of the cooker (Wind Pro II, Express Spider) has already dropped significantly. In 5-10 degree frost, 20-30 g of gas remained in the bottle, which agreed to leave only in warmer conditions.
I highly recommend it to those who want to use screw-top cookers even in low frosts. Winter Gas allows the cooker to be used, even if the power deteriorates as the frost intensifies.
I do not recommend for those where the kettle is suitable for an upside down gas cylinder. MSR IsoPro or JetBoil gas, when inverted, provides significantly better combustion performance in cold conditions.