>>1911067>jetboil>lightweight>quite the investment
The best stove you can get is a Supercat. I’m not just saying that because it’s cheap; being inexpensive has no bearing on performance. You specified light weight. A Supercat is 1oz. A fuel bottle is another ounce, and roughly .75 ounces for each use (round it up to 1 ounce by weight to be safe). There are no moving parts, so they don’t break. You always know how much fuel you have left. A lot of myths about them are straight up false; they work into single digit temps (maybe colder, I dunno), wind isn’t as big of a deal as people think, and speed is a retarded metric made up to compare heavy stoves when there’s literally no other way to compare them. It costs $1.
Pic is my entire setup (fuel not included, and that’s my two-use fuel bottle). Total cost is bretty low. The pot is from Walmart, maybe $8 (there are two sizes; this is the larger 1.2 quart). The lid is just as much, made by a cottage vendor that makes stoves. The wind screen is basically free. The bic will make people seethe for some reason. The spork is only ok. It works but there are better options.