I have a few questions.

Inquiry

What is the difference between the Power Flamer 130 and the Power Flamer 160?  One is stronger?  Are there any other differences?   When would you recommend the 130 and when would you recommend the 160?

Outdoorstirfry

130 has a 4″ burner and 160 has a 6″ burner.  160 flame is stronger.   130 is half weight as 160.  We recommend 130 for casual cooking and road trip.  For everyday cooking, we would only recommend 160.

Inquiry

How much control do you have over the flame? Is it continuously adjustable from low to high? Or are there discrete settings?

Outdoorstirfry

both 130 and 160 are continuous flame adjustable.

Inquiry

What is the Easy Flamer? Is it also for wok cooking?

Outdoorstirfry:

EasyFlamer has electronic ignition although not reliable at times.  They are for wok cooking.   We have versions for propane and natural gas types.

Inquiry

Does the burner come with everything except the propane tank to be useable. Of course, I need a wok and utensils, I mean simply to get a fire going?   Or does one need other accessories to ignite it?

Outdoorstirfry:

We recommend to have a long nose BBQ ignitor handy and nearby.

Inquiry

On the accessories page, the 30 psi connector and the easy tank connector, are they necessary and need to be purchased or do the burners come with these already when applicable and those are replacements?

Outdoorstirfry

our stove product goes with 30PSI regulator built in if it is needed.   Many of our stove products connect to tank/bottle correctly and easily.  EasyTankConnector is only needed when difficult to connect tank/bottle.  We don’t recommend customer buying it when purchasing a new stove product. 

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