- OUTDOOR COOKING UTENSILS: Non-stick pan&pot set and collapsible piezoelectric ignition canister stove (No Gas). Designed perfectly for 1-2 person.
- Camp Stove is made of aluminum alloy and stainless steel which can stand high temperature and weight; High-energy ceramic piezoelectric ignition system make it very convenience for outside camping or hiking. Compact and collapsible design combined with a carrying case for enhanced portability.
- It is efficient with gas consumption (gas is not included), and this thing gets ripping if you want it to! The secondary pot can also be flipped upside down (like in the picture) and used as a lid to boil water even faster and more efficiently. The lips of each pot fit together securely, so they're plenty stable to use in unison.
- CONVENIENT AND SAFE: High-energy ceramic piezoelectric ignition system makes the stove very convenient for outside camping or hiking, picnic, BBQ (Barbecue). Cookware compact and collapsible designs of combined with the carrying case or bag for enhanced portability. Excellent equipments for camping, hiking, overnight trips or any other outdoor activities.
- PETFORU IS A REGISTERED BRAND: If there are any quality problems about our products, please do not hesitate to contact our customer service agents for help, thanks for your attention.
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1st- Portable Mini Ultralight Backpacking Canister Camp Stove:
Excellent heat efficiency and super strong firepower with the High-energy ceramic piezoelectric ignition.
Compact folding bracket design, it also comes with a bag for easy carrying. Made of material of high strength aluminum alloy & stainless steel thus it can be universality used with all kinds of gas tanks.
It will be your quite good companion when you have outdoor activities.
2nd- Outdoor Camping Hiking Cookware:
The pot and frying pan are made of anodised aluminum, which makes it solid and light.
They can be folded to save space after use. The set can be stored in a mesh bag for convenient carry. Both the pot and pan have folding handles for space saving and compactness.
It Is Suitable for Camping, Hiking, Backpacking, Picnic and Other Outdoor Activities.
1x Camp Stove, 1x Camping Pot / 1x mini camp stove
- Manufacturer : Petforu
- ASIN : B01LX5K3UU
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Date First Available : September 28, 2015
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The only real downside to this product, is there is nothing in the form of a heat diffuser, so you will have centralized heat on the pan only, makes for difficult cooking of some items, as the center will try to burn before the edges are even close to done. With a little attentiveness to what you are doing though, it isn't too bad to avoid this by keeping the pan moving.
1.) It is efficient with gas consumption, and this thing gets ripping if you want it to!
-The secondary pot can also be flipped upside down (like in the picture) and used as a lid to boil water even faster and more efficiently. The lips of each pot fit together securely, so they're plenty stable to use in unison.
2.) The larger pot fits a 230gram fuel canister stored inside it perfectly. (The larger one available). I used MSR, bought see no reason other brands of fuel would not work just as well. There is still room inside for the stove itself, and I've seen folding utensils that would also still fit inside it before using the smaller pot like a lid to keep everything neat and together.
3.)Mesh carry case with drawstring is also included! Didn't see any note or photo of this, but mine came with the perfect sized mesh drawstring bag to keep the lids from opening together and letting the contents spill out everywhere.
4.) Super lightweight package, especially considering its versatility and vital role.
***I will say, I was initially skeptical of the stove prongs that the pot rests on; it seemed there was not enough area to securely hold a pot on, but after many uses, my skepticism has been quelled. It is solid in winds, on uneven surfaces, and at a rapid boil.
The only issue I had is that the igniter spark point was too close to the burner to ignite the gas. I pulled it back a little and it now lights 100% reliably on the first click.
Two nights backpacking & use by three people later, I have nothing to complain about.
Everything in my picture and a spare stove and emergency lighter, all fit inside the two pots when you put it away. It is a full kitchen in a very small package! It comes with a new bar with a drawstring, so it closes up nice without banging around.
It does make a lot of heat when turned up. Watch the heat! I very much suggest getting a nice long metal spoon to stir with so things to not get cooked to the pan. A titanium one worked well for me.
I just went on a long camping excursion, and if you like to camp, and you also like coffee, you know how much fun it is to get out of the tent, get a roaring fire going, boil some water (possibly twice to clean out the pot from the last time), and eventually peculate some coffee.
If you don't like to camp, let me break this down for you, if you want coffee now, you need this. Making coffee over a fire pit sounds great and all, but not at 9AM when checkout is at 11 and you have to pack up and head out!
This thing lights up electronically, burns ferociously, and boils water within minutes for some piping hot coffee. It changes a 2 hour camp fire morning crisis into a 20 minute simplified and almost enjoyable ordeal to obtain that sweet, sweet, bitter, disgusting nectar of the gods that is caffeine on a camping tirp. Well, well worth it!
The gas tended to flair up randomly which was concerning to say the least and wasted a lot of fuel. Neither of us exploded, but I'm not confident that will be the case after the next trip.
The cookware was fine--light weight, packed up well, and was more than enough for what we were cooking (mostly dried salt based foods.)
All in all, you get what you pay for: the stoves were cheap and it showed, but they worked this one time.