Too bad, because they worked down to 28F or even colder so they must have been isobutane. That works pretty good. Put it in freezer before hand. The G works adapter you mentioned looks like it would be a lot easier to use. Over filling could cause a canister to burst. Which is more common in Asian cooking and households.
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Log in or Sign up. Classic Camp Stoves. I would like to post observations using the Asian Butane canisters so that others may be aware. I have tried it out with several of my pocket stoves and that my observations are: 1 the difficulty in adjusting the flame to stay constant and 2 the flare ups it produces. My mom, has the standard cooker which accepts the asian canisters and does not seem to have the flare ups.