Icetek Sports Ultralight Portable Outdoor Backpacking Camping Stoves with Piezo Ignition, Butane / Butane Propane Canister Compatible
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- ULTRALIGHT at 3.9oz packed in case
- High quality construction!
- PIEZO ignition
- Adjustable flame
- Does not include gas base
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Ultralight backpacking camp stove, weighs only 3.9oz packed in the case! this is a Great stove. You get a ultralight canister stove, with piezo ignition, that folds into its protective case, and weighs only 3.9oz. This stove is built very well! quality construction and materials are at work in this stove. I guarantee you will be happy! these stoves wok with any screw top butane/propane canisters, available just about anywhere, MSR, Coleman, camping gas, etc. This stove will also simmer. It has a fully adjustable flame! this really is an impressive stove. When I got these in I was expecting something much cheaper, I Am totally impressed with this little guy. These would make Great primary stoves, back up stoves, emergency, spares, boy Scout troops etc endless possibilities! does not include gas base.
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Just used this on a recent camping trip, worth the money if you are looking for a very compact hiking stove. Boils water in about a minute at sea level.
(EDIT).....I wanted to update this review to reflect how I feel about this stove now. Initially I wasnt pleased with how the unit functioned but since I have purchased this unit I have fallen in love with it. It isnt very often when you buy a cheaper product that you really find quality this high. It is very small, light and powerful. By far the most important piece of hiking equipment I own.
I want to thank the vendor also for the attention to those minor issues I had before, but like I said I have grown to love this stove!
1. "Qunqi Ultralight Outdoor Camping Stove Gas-powered Stove Cookout Butane Burner with box"
2. "Etekcity Ultralight Portable Outdoor Backpacking Camping Stoves with Piezo Ignition, 1-Year Warranty, Butane/Butane Propane Canister Compatible"
3. "Lightweight Large Burner Classic Camping and Backpacking Stove. For iso-Butane/Propane Canisters"
-Sturdy for the smaller brands
-Packs very small
-Amazing price for the product
-Less sturdy than Qunqi. Medal ring has bent from use and the platform feet are now loose
-One year warranty
-Packs very small
Large Burner Classic:
-8.8 ounces, heaviest of the three choices
-Sturdiest option, shows no wear or bending
-Largest and most even flame of all
-Comes in two pieces and is too large to fit in small pot/pans for storage
-Biggest cooking surface area for larger pots
here are the pros and cons:
Very small and light weight
fits easily anywhere
Tiny surface for balancing your pot, looks like it would be perfect for a mug.
cheap lighting mechanism stopped working after 5-6 uses.
I guess you get what you pay for. I wouldn't plan on using this more than a few times.
I spend many weeks a year outdoors so I figured for the price I would try it out. I figured I have spent $6 bucks on worse things. The item is very small. I was impressed by how small I packs down. The little orange plastic it comes in is about 4" x 2.5" x 1.5". Its small. The stove is easy to get in and out of its packaging and the cooking arms spread out easily and evenly. The peizo igniter is a nice touch since even many of your higher priced stoves do not sport that feature. The stove has a nice controllable valve on the side and seems rather sturdy when on a canister and boiling in a small pot.
The not so good on the stove is that the flame produced is uneven and seems a bit slow to boil. Using a Snowpeak propane/butane blended fuel canister, it took about 8 minutes to boil 2 cups of water in a stainless steel cook pot. My MSR will boil the same amount of water in about half the time. Not a big deal when youre just hanging out at camp but the extra time also equals more fuel use. This stove is not a efficient as an MSR or Snowpeak. Another annoyance is that the stove seems to leak fuel when applying it or removing it from the canister. You have to be quick on installing it or breaking it down so you don't waste too much fuel. Plus it is annoying having that fuel spray all over your hands and making them freezing cold. The third annoyance was that the arms were a bit thin and had to be bent several times in order to have the pot sit level on the supports. Once it was manipulated enough, everything seemed to sit rather nicely.
I would say overall that this stove is a good purchase for the money and would be good for someone looking for a budget stove or a decent little backup that will not take up much room in a pack. Don't expect a Snowpeak, MSR or Jetboil out of this little guy, but then again if you were, you wouldn't be buying a $6 stove.