Lightweight Large Burner Classic Camping and Backpacking Stove. For iso-Butane/Propane Canisters

Mai 1, 2015 - Comment

This is an excellent larger burner stove, yet still compact! This stove uses iso-butane/propane canisters, one is pictured for reference but no fuel is included. Ultralight, SIMPLE, backpacking camp stove. If you like doing more than boiling water this is the stove for you. This stove is great because it still works on the small

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This is an excellent larger burner stove, yet still compact! This stove uses iso-butane/propane canisters, one is pictured for reference but no fuel is included.

Ultralight, SIMPLE, backpacking camp stove.

If you like doing more than boiling water this is the stove for you. This stove is great because it still works on the small disposable gas canisters your other lightweight stoves work on, but has a nice large work area and burner for frying pans and larger pots. The base and stem of the stove unscrew and it all fits nicely into the nylon storage bag. These stoves wok with any screw top Iso-butane / propane canisters, available just about anywhere, MSR, coleman, Kovea, snow peak, camping gaz, etc.


This stoves arms measure an impressive 7″ x 7″ that you just won’t find in other lightweight stoves!


Stove weighs 7.9 ounces in the case.


This stove will also simmer. It has a fully adjustable flame! This really is an impressive stove.


These would make great primary stoves, back up stoves, emergency, spares, Boy Scout troops etc etc endless possibilities, and the price is right!

This stove does not work with the 1lb disposable propane cylinders.

Product Features

  • Large Burner for perfect for frying pans
  • compact, lightweight
  • breaks down for storage, includes case
  • sturdy and large work area

Comments

R. Morris says:

Better then the MSR Pocket Rocket!! I bought both, this one and the MSR Pocket Rocket, I compared the most important part’s, the fuel valve’s are almost identical, they appear to have been manufactured by the same Chinese company no doubt, Everything is the same except this stove has a much, much, much bigger cooking area, much, much more sturdy then the pocket rocket, people want to compare weight issues, like 3-4 ounces is going to kill them on a hike, just don’t drink that cola before the hike, theirs your 3-4 ounces x whatever. Seriously if you want a great stove, able to boil water Or fry a fish this is the stove you want for light carry. The pocket rocket will be a last resort to pan fry fish or a steak or bacon and eggs because of it’s narrow concentrated flame, which is fine for boiling water, but if you need to do more, then this is the one to buy, also the canvas bag it comes in fits BETTER flat, where as the pocket rocket container is hardened plastic in a triangular shape, what does it matter? this stove has…

Justin says:

Great Stove for the Price I just got this stove yesterday and I fired it up last night to test it out. I used a Coleman blended fuel canister (7 3/4 oz) that I bought locally for five dollars. The stove is very compact and comes with a zippered storage pouch. I was a little concerned that there weren’t very many reviews about this product, but my worries were put to rest when I used it. It is quite well built and sturdy. The arms fold out and are more than capable of holding the weight of a standard mess kit or small camping cookware. I haven’t used any of the 60 dollar + compact camp stoves out there, so I don’t know how this compares, but I can tell you that it boiled water in my stainless steel mess kit in about 4 minutes (I’m at about sea level), and I made some Ramen noodles just to test it out. The stove breaks down into two pieces- the shaft that connects to the fuel canister, and the upper burner section. I’m really glad I spent twelve dollars on this product instead of spending 40 dollars or more on…

Pillmaster "Pillmaster" says:

Light Weight 2 pieces…great price…little flimsy…Amazon This little stove has a very efficient flame that can be adjusted from very low to full power (10,000 BTU). I wish it was a one piece design for more rigidity and less moving parts. It comes in a canvas blue bag (4 X 5X 1.5 inches). The bag has a zipper that goes half way around it. The stove itself has two pieces, the top piece is composed of two plates. The top plate is the actual burner; this burner is separated from a bottom plate by a spring. these plates and a middle spring are held together by the „spider arms“. The bottom part is the actual valve assembly. It is about 2.5 inches long. One end screws to the bottom of the top part and the other end screws into the pro/but cylinder (Coleman Butane/Propane mix $7.50). Notice this end will not accept the inexpensive propane cylinders but the more expensive pro/but cylinders. When assembled, this stove measures 5 in high by 4.5 inches wide, extend the „spider arms“ and you have a 7 inches across surface to cook on. As far as…

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