Adventures in Stoving is typically about evaluating stoves, not about promoting sales, but a lot of people have expressed interest in the WindMaster, and this is as good of a deal as I've seen.
Please understand that I derive no percentage of the sales. There are no "affiliate links" or anything like that. This is just a good deal I noticed.
- Direct link to the sale: https://www.massdrop.com/buy/soto-windmaster-stove
- If you're not already a member of Massdrop, you can sign up using this link: https://www.massdrop.com/r/ETFBT7
Note that if enough people were to sign up for Massdrop using that link (and actually buy something), I might get a free whatever. What might I get? Dunno. It would be whatever Massdrop is using as a promotional item or incentive at the time.
If you've got a friend who's a member of Massdrop, by all means use their link to sign up but if not, please consider throwing it my way. If Massdrop is giving away free promo stuff, somebody might as well get it, right? :)
|Cold weather testing the WindMaster.|
It's no secret that I consider the Soto WindMaster to be the best quality upright canister stove on the market today. See my review of the Soto WindMaster. It's wind resistant in a way other stoves of this class just aren't (well, except for its budget minded cousin, the Amicus), and it's a good balance of versatility, efficiency, and weight. Not only that, it's just quality in every respect.
|The Soto WindMaster|
There were rumors that Soto was going to discontinue distribution of the WindMaster in North America, but, no. I spoke to the Soto rep, and Soto has no plans to discontinue the WindMaster.
|Simul-testing the WindMaster against a "control" stove.|
The WindMaster is at left.
No matter the conditions, the WindMaster always came out ahead – while using less fuel.