The SOTO WindMaster is designed so that the pot sits close to the flame, which makes it more efficient in windy weather. and results in increased efficiency and boil time. The concave design of the burner head creates the effect of a built-in windscreen. The interchangeable pot supports make this stove efficient for whatever size pot your adventure requires.
“I really appreciate the mastery of the engineering design on any SOTO products, especially in the stove department. I started using a WindMaster in 2014, and now it’s the only stove I use on my trips. ” Richard Riquelme, AAI Guide.
SOTO says… “Boil 2 cups of water in under 2-1 / 2 minutes in strong winds and gusty weather. This stove is well-made and able to stand up to harsh conditions. ”… We have tested the WindMaster stove on trips to Mount Baker in the North Cascades, on trips to Denali in Alaska up to 18,000 feet, on the summit of Aconcagua summit at 22,841-feet, and in Bolivia up to 21,000-feet. The stove always operated perfectly. It never failed to fire up and worked well regardless of the wind or temperatures.