Lightweight Large Burner Classic Camping and Backpacking Stove. For iso-Butane/Propane Canisters
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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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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.
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But this stove performed GREAT. I used a small 8" teflon pack-pan with it to pan fry some previously cooked potato wedges. The larger flame area spread out very evenly over the entire pan. I noticed a much less concentrated hot-spot with this stove, while still being hot enough to brown food nicely. I actually had to turn it down a little bit too to keep the butter from scalding. So even in 43F, slightly breezy damp conditions it was plenty of heat. This stove was also the most stable one at the camp. It was noticeably less "tipsey", I could very comfortably leave the pan on the large base stove without worrying about it falling over. Just make sure you tighten the brass cylinder piece securely. The following morning at breakfast I did not tighten it very well and it was a little loose fitting... which was easily fixed.
Its about 4 ounces I think, and it doesn't pack down quite as small as the pocket rocket or my V-Lite stove. But I think this is one of the cases where a batter design comes with that added size & weight. Mobility versus firepower... in this case the added firepower is worth the the weight penalty.
This is so much better. The broad burner allows you to cook things like pancakes on thin, hotspot-prone backpacking cookware, and prevents burning sauces to the bottom of the pan. Additionally, the little fold-out pan supports are great. If you pour your pancake off-center, you can simply shift it over the burner without having to worry about precariously balancing the pan on a tiny pedestal.
This is the cheapest stove I've ever owned, and it's the best.