Quite compact and weighs only 48.5 g, it can be easily transported and carried during your camping trips.
It has a windproof burner top that has been specially designed. So you can use it even in harsh conditions without worrying about the wind extinguishing the flame.
The Hornet II is designed with a core focus on security and stability. In addition, it offers a large diameter (φ122*82mm) with a triangular pot stand design; so you can use different-sized kettles or pots with it without worrying about them toppling over.
If you are in need of a replacement backpacking stove, this one is pretty good. I have been very impressed with it so far. Its very lightweight and compact and you can adjust the heat to simmer which is very nice.
I bought this after researching a lot of ultralight stoves. My last one was a Chinese stove at a 1/3 of the cost, but broke after my second backpack trip. The igniter broke, then the head fell off. Long story short, was looking for a titanium stove, that didnt have an igniter. The fire maple is definately premium quality.
This little burner is so light that it's protective plastic holder probably weighs as much as the burner (i.e., not much). Boiled 3 qts of water in under 5 min (at 10,500 ft and an ambient temp of around 60F).
Very light and convenient stove that fits in your pocket. Would recommend for all uses. Would be great if it came with a trestle canister stabiliser.