- Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 3.7 x 1.8 inches ; 5.9 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
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- ASIN: B00CFPIPKA
- Item model number: KB-1109
- Average Customer Review: 54 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #135,820 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Kovea Spider Stove, Small, Silver
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- Anti flame system pipe providing a powerful and stable flame.
- Foldable pan support legs.
- Lower balance enhances its safety.
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|Item Dimensions||1.8 x 3.7 x 4.2 inches|
|Item Weight||0.37 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.5 pounds|
The light weight Spider weighs just 6 ounces and folds neatly into a compact carrying bag. The specially developed anti-flare pipe will provide stronger and consistent flame. Conveniently equipped with a seep, the Spider is ready to take on wider and heavier loads. For added safety, gas canisters connect remotely through the attached hose.
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I've used white, solid, and canister fuels for years and with a number of stove burners and cook kits and they all have pro's and con's. In most cases, however, I use canister systems for convenience, which makes my gripes about them more significant. They are top heavy and tipsy with a full pot - even with a tripod - windscreens / thermal shields are not recommend for safety reasons, canisters lose pressure as they run low - especially in cold weather, and because they work on pressure I always had some liquid leftover but not enough to cook with.
So enter the Spider. It sits low, safely allows for thermal shields, allows the canister to sit away from the flame and, of course, allows for liquid fuel burn - and this is the big point. Above all other features having the ability to invert the canister when fuel vapor is to low to cook with (temp. and or fuel level) allows me to use it in colder conditions then normal and get maximum use from my can. The only caveat is that you should allow a few minutes of urn to heat the metal fuel feed before inverting to prevent / minimize flare-ups. But once you adjust flow it works perfect.
Its construction feels and works like any other I've used, folds down into my GSI soloist kit with lighter, canister, soap & cleaning sponge with no problems. Burner has good heat distribution (not a blowtorch) and doesn't create a hotspot. Valve is smooth with excellent flame/simmer control. Add the LP adapter and use a Coleman tank!
In short this is an awesome stove that is now my go-to when using canister fuel. Who cares if instructions are Korean. Don't use a piezo igniter - they all suck! If you need help using then YouTube to the rescue.
No system is perfect - a fact - but If you need a good versatile stove, this is it.
One last thing - the instructions were all in Korean. My understanding, from things I've read on Amazon, is that these are not intended for the US market. You are supposed to contact the seller or Amazon if you receive one like that. Perhaps that is why it was a lower cost?
So overall, the stove itself is built well. I like it and will keep it. the fact that the warranty would not be supported due to being a Korean distribution only item is a drag. I think Amazon should vet their sellers a little better. Hopefully somewhere will read this and check out the vendor regarding the sale of items not intended for the U.S.