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Ultralight Backpacking Canister Camp Stove Burner with Piezo Ignition 3.9oz

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  • Super lightweight Weighs 95g
  • High quality construction!
  • PIEZO ignition Adjustable flame
  • Package includes 2 pcs of stove with Qzoxx boxes
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Ultralight backpacking camp stove, weighs only 3.9oz This is a great stove at Low price. You get a ultralight canister stove, WITH PIEZO IGNITION, that folds into its protective case, This stove is built high Quality construction and materials are at work in this stove. Work with any screw top butane / propane canisters, available just about anywhere, MSR, coleman, camping gaz, etc. 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.

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  • ASIN: B00HC9CJN8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (234 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,864 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I recommend this great little stove!
Shane
Time will tell how well it holds up, but so far I like it alot.
Guy
Very small, very easy to use, works very well!
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82 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Brett Dison on December 19, 2011
Color Name: Chrome Verified Purchase
What a surprise!This is not the most robust piece of gear in the world but it is perfect for emergencies or as a back-up and frankly, will serve well in most 3 season activities where a propane/butane stove is otherwise suitable.
Here are some facts of my own tests which were conducted in windless conditions, at room temperature, 380 feet above sea level...that is, in my kitchen):

--Boils 1 quart of water in 6 minutes(in a 40 ounce stainless steel "Sigg" style bottle.)
--Stove and burner frame is not really strong and stable enough for large pots or mongo-size cast iron fry pans, but then again, it is not designed for this.
--8.1 ounce Burton fuel canister burns 2-1/2+ hours on full flame! Theoretically, if all of your meal preparation involves only boiling water 3 times a day, one canister will last an entire week!
--Flame control is amazingly good; as good as any high-end stove and far better than many. In fact, this particular [test] stove's flame control is as good as my Viking range!
--Electronic ignition works great but I am not inclined to think it will work long-term. (To be fair, this comment is based only on the fact that the stove was so inexpensive, made in China of less than premium material, and that it has such a dainty constitution. There is no objective reason to believe that the ignition will fail prior to the otherwise functional life of the stove.)
--Item description claims that the stove will run on Coleman and Camping Gaz LPG. THIS IS NOT THE CASE! Fuel canisters must have Lindal threaded mount***. These are only a little less common than Coleman. I have discovered that most sporting goods and variety stores carry these for about $3.00 each 8.1 ounce canister (e.g: Big 5,Fred Meyer, or similar.
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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Shane on July 12, 2011
Color Name: Chrome Verified Purchase
I purchaced this stove because I'm cheap. I looked at other "brand name" stoves like MSR and Jetboil and alot of the other small backpacking stoves. Those are all about ten times as much. I have used this stove every single day at work for lunches and at my camp for continuous days for the last 4 weeks, about 3 times a day. It boils water for coffee in about 3 minutes. It heats up a can of soup in about 4. It balances a standard camping/hiking pot. The flame control is actually very percise. Just because this item doesnt have a recognizable brand on it, (which is where the others charge double) does not mean its in any way inferior. A small can of Brunton fuel lasts about a week, being used 3 times a day to basically boil water and cook a can of soup for lunch. I recommend this great little stove!
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Mark on January 10, 2012
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This little 'no-name' stove is as functional as any name-brand pocket stove you'll find. It's not the lightest on the market, but it's not near the heaviest. It's rotating and folding pot support packs nice and snug in it's case, which is smaller than most (case measures 1-5/8"d x 2-1/8"w x 3-3/16"h). While we're talking size, the pot support folds out to 3-5/8" wide, and stove stands 2-7/8" tall from the bottom of the can gasket to the top of the pot support. It uses standard and widely available Butane/Propane canisters with the threaded valve such as those from MSR and/or Jetboil. If you are going to go for the smaller 100g canisters, I'd recommend MSR cans as they have the same size base as their larger 200g+ canisters where most other brands have a 'hockey puck' sized base. Those will make any pocket stove more stable.

When I got mine, I threaded on a Jetboil can, turned the valve and it fired on the first click. Can't ask for more than that! A test boil in my Snow Peak Ti pot with lid on, got cold tap water (about 20 oz.) to boil in just a shade over three minutes. I can't wait to try this on the trail!

If you are considering the MSR Pocket Rocket, buy this instead. It packs into a case that is just as small (if not smaller), weighs less than an ounce more, has a built in igniter, and will leave you with enough cash for your first 4 or 5 cans of fuel, or a decent small aluminum or stainless cook set. If you end up using use this stove enough to wear it out, you'll never have to fuss around trying to fix it. Why? For the price of their rebuild kit consisting of o-rings and replacement jet, you can simply buy a new stove!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Gokuson on September 23, 2012
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First, let me get out that I have yet to 'cook' anything with this small stove. I intend to use my small military style mess kit to make some ramen, I have no doubt it will do fine. Will be testing in the reasonably fierce winds of Idaho.
Having said that... this is an impressive stove for the price. When I was in B.S.A. I used and saw many stoves of this type and style. Most were not as compact and cost up to $100. Of course I was skeptical of this unit as it is incredibly inexpensive. So far, I'm impressed.
As usual the electronic ignition system is lacking something to be desired. Anybody with some experience should expect this as electronic self-lighting designs are just not to be counted on. HOWEVER anybody who is using this for its intended purposes (survival, camping, backpacking) should have another means of lighting (matches, flint, lighter) as a BIC lighter or zippo is invaluable to the outdoorsman.
Bottom line: if you are interested in this item I would recommend giving it a shot. Its much less expensive than others on the market and seems to be just as good upon initial inspection. Great buy.
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