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Lightweight Large Burner Classic Camping and Backpacking Stove. For iso-Butane/Propane Canisters
|Price:||$8.80 & FREE Shipping|
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- Large Burner for perfect for frying pans
- compact, lightweight
- breaks down for storage, includes case
- sturdy and large work area
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|Item Dimensions||1.6 x 4.3 x 4.9 inches|
|Item Display Weight||4 ounces|
|Shipping Weight||0.25 pounds|
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.
Top Customer Reviews
I wanted to see how practical these stoves are, so I cooked a variety of foods, keeping track of time and fuel consumption. The stove performed beautifully, was easily adjustable, and gave no problems after assembling and disassembling many times. I used the MSR CANISTER STAND tripod to make a stable platform. All cooking was done indoors; outdoors, you may need a wind shield. The burner flame with the MSR stand in place is 7 1/2 inches off the table; something higher than that will be needed.
1. To make 12 oz espresso coffee 5 minutes, 7.0 grams fuel
2. 12 oz beefsteak, fried 5 minutes on a side, 13 minutes,
14.9 grams fuel
3. Scramble three eggs:butter, milk, 5 minutes, 7.0 grams
4. One quart water (32oz) brought from 58 F to boil 6
minutes, 14.0 grams fuel; ordinary teakettle
5. Bacon 1/2 lb eight slices,crispy 19 minutes, 22.1 grams
6. Baked beans: 28 oz can, 4 hot dogs,7 minutes, 9.1 grams
7. Spaghetti eight servings, one pound box dry spaghetti,
one gallon water (57 deg F) 1 1/2 gallon pot, water
boils in 33 minutes, total 44 minutes,70.0 grams fuel
8. Sauteed onions, large purple onion diced, browned 30
minutes, fuel 20.1 grams
9. Hamburgers: 1 Lb 2 OZ divided in three large patties;
five minutes on a side, 17.6 grams fuel
Cost: I bought an 8 ounce (220 Gram) can of butane/propane fuel for six dollars plus tax; Cost is very nearly three cents a gram. Thus, scrambling three eggs costs about 20 cents and spaghetti for eight costs about two dollars.
Weights were measured on an OHAUS laboratory balance.
The stove is pretty well made and does produce a very hot flame with good adjustment from simmer to boil but it does consume a lot of fuel. It is more a camping than a backpacking stove due to the weight of fuel needed, multiple expensive iso-butane canisters or heavy propane with expensive adapter.