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Snow Peak Giga Power Stove with Auto Start
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- Collapsible leg design allows you to fit the stove in a small plastic carrying case the size of your fist
- Built-in Piezo igniter sends out a spark to light the stove instantly
- Performs well in cold temperatures and at higher elevations
- Can be reduced to a true simmer for actual cooking, not just boiling water
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FEATURES of the Snow Peak Giga Power Stove with Auto Start Maintains the same portability Ease of use Automatic ignition function
Size: One Size
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The flame spreads well (no burn spot like a pocket rocket, etc.).
The flame adjusts well (simmer to full easy to attain, full is very hot and cooks food or boils water quickly).
My older one has been used heavily for 10+ years and the piezo igniter has never had a problem.
The hard case prevents it from being somehow damaged in your pack.
It is really light and folds quite small.
The pot supports are better than average for this type of stove.
It cools quickly after use.
It is really cheap for being my favorite - two of my similar stoves retail for well over $100, and I don't think either is as good as this one.
The worst thing I can think of to say about it is that it is more vulnerable to very heavy wind than some stoves with very focused burn patterns. The pocket rocket I mentioned above can take more lateral wind than the Snow Peak can, but such a tight burn pattern comes with big drawbacks, and any its pretty rare that one cannot find some way to screen such a small object from wind, even in mountaineering situations.
Update - at 11 or 12 years of use (heavy use during many years), the piezo igniter finally simply physically broke on my older stove after it fell hard on a rock. This is the first time that I've ever used the lighter we always carry on backpacking trips (partly in case this very thing happened). Can't really blame the stove though - it's fallen or been roughly handled a lot over the years, this fall just hit the right place just perfectly to pop the igniter our of its casing. It may be repairable, or I might just use a lighter from now on. Still hands-down my favorite stove.