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Trangia Stove 27-21 UL/D

Duossal 2.0. Trangia’s exceptional super laminate! The inside is stainless steel, and the outside is aluminum.

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Product Description

Trangia Stove 27-21 UL/D

The TRANGIA STOVE 27 SMALL is suitable for 1-2 people. All of the 27 series stove sets come with a frypan, an upper and lower windshield, a burner, a handle, and a strap, in addition to two 1-liter saucepans (one inner, one outer). 

All 27 Series small stoves have the same dimensions when packed away: 18,5 cm in diameter and 10 cm high.

Trangia stove 27 Small sets can be extended with pots and pans made of different materials, cases, multi-discs, and a number of other useful accessories.

27-21 UL/D (ultralight aluminium / duossal)

Tech Specs

  • Size (people): 1-2
  • Dimensions (packed): 185X100 mm
  • Windshield: UL
  • Pot inner: SB: 1 L DS | GB: 1 L DS
  • Pot outer: SB: 1 L DS | GB: 1 L DS
  • Frypan: SB: 180 mm DS | GB: 180 mm DS
  • Kettle: No
  • Handle: Yes
  • Strap: 61 cm
  • Burner: SB / Spirit Burner | GB / Gas Burner
  • Fuel: SB: Spirit | GB: Propane/Butan Gas
  • Effect (w): SB: 1000 | GB: 2100
  • Weight: SB: 885 g | GB: 970 g

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Trangia

John E Jonsson, despite hailing from a farming family, had a strong interest in technology and design from a young age.

He co-founded the company, which later became Sweden’s top provider of outdoor stoves, with his father-in-law. Initially producing household pots for farmers and workers, the Swedish holiday reform in 1938 sparked a surge in camping equipment demand. Seizing the opportunity, John developed an outdoor cooking stove, and his sons, Olle and Eric, joined the venture.

In 1951, they launched the first Trangia stove prototype, a comprehensive cooking system with a liquid fuel burner, pot, and windshield. Trangia has since become a prominent brand in the outdoor industry, serving generations of scouts, hikers, and enthusiasts worldwide. These stoves are still produced in Trångsviken, northern Sweden.