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Fire Dragon - Burner - Compact - Foldable

  • Pocket-sized cooking appliance
  • Ideal for travelling, while hiking, backpacking etc.
  • Included Windbreak
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Reusable
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That's taking me back 40 years to camping trips when I was a young lad, ex army supplies, think they were called hexy burners as the solid fuel tablets were made from hexamine.
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Edited by: "xPabloz" 22nd Apr
That's taking me back 40 years to camping trips when I was a young lad, ex army supplies, think they were called hexy burners as the solid fuel tablets were made from hexamine.
luke.o.zade22/04/2020 07:10

That's taking me back 40 years to camping trips when I was a young lad, ex …That's taking me back 40 years to camping trips when I was a young lad, ex army supplies, think they were called hexy burners as the solid fuel tablets were made from hexamine.


Hexy is how I remember them too.actually found a block in shed the other day.
luke.o.zade22/04/2020 07:10

That's taking me back 40 years to camping trips when I was a young lad, ex …That's taking me back 40 years to camping trips when I was a young lad, ex army supplies, think they were called hexy burners as the solid fuel tablets were made from hexamine.


I also recall using these during field exercises. Oh the memories.
Issued these when I was in the cadets years ago. Good memories, terrible for cooking on!
datca22/04/2020 09:05

Issued these when I was in the cadets years ago. Good memories, terrible …Issued these when I was in the cadets years ago. Good memories, terrible for cooking on!


They work well, but you don't have much control. Break the slabs into several small chunks for more heat, use a single small chunk for low heat. And they are rather messy for your pans (though nowhere near as bad as cooking on wood).

I use one of these as a backup secondary cooker for use with my gas-powered Trangia when camping.
£4.93 now.
luke.o.zade22/04/2020 07:10

That's taking me back 40 years to camping trips when I was a young lad, ex …That's taking me back 40 years to camping trips when I was a young lad, ex army supplies, think they were called hexy burners as the solid fuel tablets were made from hexamine.


If you were posh you had an Esbit version, i can still smell the hexamine
seamonkey22/04/2020 13:23

If you were posh you had an Esbit version, i can still smell the hexamine


I love the smell of hexy in the morning
Don't think these are hexi - its gel fuel but still not a great stove.
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