Saw the Edelrid Kiro Ti at KORS earlier in the year and I’m pleased to have one in for test.
You know me, faff-free performance is a fun-friendly prerogative, and with Markill’s DNA running through it the Kiro Tis fits the bill.
Light, folds up small, but folds out big to support a wide pot base. The control is long enough to keep fingertips away from the flame, and the valve runs smooth. The machining and the finishing are neat, I like when lightweight still manages to feel sturdy. The legs fold in and out smoothly, when heat’s been applied a few times I hope to find the same result.
I like the cool green anodising on the control, looks different, which with so many stoves out there assembled from the similar parts is a good move.
It comes with a wee stuffsack and it’s heading straight into a fistfight with a whole stack of models of similar specs and varying prices.
More on this after the next trip.