Stoves

Camping, hiking, backpacking stoves.

★★★★★
$19.99
$11.79
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Features

  • Brand Name: widesea
  • Origin: CN(Origin)
  • With Ignition Device or Not: Included
  • Certification: NONE
  • Disposable: No
  • Model: WSS-201
  • Fuel: Isobutane Gas Mixture
  • Piece Number Of Wind Deflector: No wind shield
  • Applicable Seasoning Type: Liquid Seasoning
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Structure: SPLIT
  • Type: Gas Stove
  • Number of Users: <3
  • Application Method: manual
  • Usage Condition: High Altitude
  • Style: Outdoor
  • Automatic Alarming or Not (Kettle): No
  • With Fuel or Not: No
  • Category: Gas Stove
  • With Wooden Handle or Not: No
  • Stove Type: Gas Stove

BRS Outdoor Gas Stove Camping Gas Burner Portable Mini Titanium Stove Survival Furnace Pocket Picnic Gas Cooker brs 3000t|Outdoor Stoves| - AliExpress

★★★★★
$20.79
$14.55
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Features

  • Brand Name: BRS
  • Origin: CN(Origin)
  • With Ignition Device or Not: Not Included
  • Certification: CE
  • Disposable: No
  • Model: camping gas stove
  • Fuel: GAS
  • Piece Number Of Wind Deflector: No wind shield
  • Applicable Seasoning Type: Liquid Seasoning
  • Material: Titanium Metal
  • Structure: One-Piece
  • Type: Gas Stove
  • Number of Users: <3
  • Application Method: manual
  • Usage Condition: Normal Outdoor
  • Lgnition Method: External fire source
  • Carton Size: 470 x 240 x 295mm
  • Feature 1: Camping Equipment
  • Feature 2: High speed rotation
  • Feature 3: Ultra-light
  • Feature 4: butane burner
  • Titanium camping gas stove: brs-3000t
  • Power: 2700w
  • Use: Camping

X eped Outdoor Gas Burner Windproof Camping Stove Portable Folding Ultralight Split Lighter Tourist Equipment For Hiking|Outdoor Stoves| - AliExpress

★★★★★
$29.05
$15.98
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Features

  • Brand Name: X-eped
  • Origin: CN(Origin)
  • With Ignition Device or Not: Not Included
  • Certification: NONE
  • Disposable: No
  • Model: DM-306
  • Fuel: Isobutane Gas Mixture
  • Piece Number Of Wind Deflector: <5
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Structure: SPLIT
  • Type: Gas Stove
  • Number of Users: 3-5
  • Application Method: manual
  • Usage Condition: Normal Outdoor
  • style: Camping Gas Stove Burner
  • style2: Gas Burner Adapter

Widesea Gas Burner Camping Stove Tourist Equipment Lighter Outdoor Cooker Kitchen Propane Butane Gas stove Hiking Fishing|Outdoor Stoves| - AliExpress

★★★★★
$19.90
$14.33
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Features

  • Brand Name: widesea
  • Origin: CN(Origin)
  • With Ignition Device or Not: Included
  • Certification: NONE
  • Disposable: No
  • Model: WSS-105
  • Fuel: Propane
  • Piece Number Of Wind Deflector: No wind shield
  • Applicable Seasoning Type: Liquid Seasoning
  • Material: Metal
  • Structure: One-Piece
  • Type: Gas Stove
  • Number of Users: <3
  • Application Method: manual
  • Usage Condition: Normal Outdoor

Wind Proof Outdoor Gas Burner Camping Stove Lighter Tourist Equipment Kitchen Cylinder Propane Grill Outdoor Windproof Stove|Outdoor Stoves| - AliExpress

★★★★★
$24.13
$15.93
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Features

  • Origin: CN(Origin)
  • With Ignition Device or Not: Included
  • Certification: CE
  • Disposable: No
  • Piece Number Of Wind Deflector: No wind shield
  • Applicable Seasoning Type: Other
  • Material: Metal
  • Structure: One-Piece
  • Type: BURNER
  • Number of Users: 3-5
  • Application Method: manual
  • Usage Condition: Normal Outdoor
  • - Color:: Silver
  • Size:: Diameter: 18cm, Height: 9cm
  • - Material:: Stainless Steel

Coleman Gas Stove | Portable Bottletop Propane Camp Stove with Adjustable Burner

★★★★★
$39.99
$37.30
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Features

  • COOKING POWER: Up to 10,000 total BTUs
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure control for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • PERFECTHEAT DESIGN: More efficient cooking with less fuel
  • 1 ADJUSTABLE BURNER: For precise temperature control; fits an 8 inch pan
  • WIND BAFFLES: Shield burner from wind for maximum heat
  • SPACE SAVER: Burner and base separate from propane bottle for compact storage
  • RUNTIME: Up to 2.5 hours on high on one 16.4 ounce propane cylinder (sold separately)

Description

  • COOKING POWER: Up to 10,000 total BTUs
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure control for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • PERFECTHEAT DESIGN: More efficient cooking with less fuel
  • 1 ADJUSTABLE BURNER: For precise temperature control; fits an 8 inch pan
  • WIND BAFFLES: Shield burner from wind for maximum heat
  • SPACE SAVER: Burner and...

    User reviews

    I mostly use this to boil water when I'm camping......I refill my small tanks. I purchased one about 15 years ago that got swept away in a Gully Flood. Bought this to replace it. Looks the same. Not the same.. Good idea, but has the same poor quality construction I find in most things from Coleman in recent years. The attitude of "let's make it as cheap as possible", found in most "made in China" equipment they produce, leaves me unimpressed. The internals of the valve mechanism are all plastic, feel loose and do not give me a feeling of confidence when I turn the valve off. As always, when not in use, the Tank and Stove must be separated. Why not use a quality valve? I would have paid an extra $15.00 - $25.00 for this product to get better quality. I have simple propane soldering torches that screw to the top of the tanks, with 10 times the quality for about the same money. Coleman wants you to break the valve, then throw away the unit and get another? Sad that so many people here accept poorly engineered products these days and give 5 stars to everything they purchase. Not a happy Camper. I won't buy another. UPDATE...09/22/2016 Found a much better quality product with similar design by MARTIN mfg in Quebec....Bought it.
    works petty well for the money.I found a good carrying case for it.Sterilite Ez carry plastic container9.5x8x6.8. I got it from target but you can get it pretty much anywhere from $4-$5. fits the stove and base by itself perfectly.
    It worked fine for the first year. Then suddenly started leaking gas from the adjuster knob and would burst into flames as you can see from the melted plastic and burn marks in the picture. Bummer.


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AOTU Portable Camping Stoves Backpacking Stove with Piezo Ignition Stable Support Wind-Resistance Camp Stove for Outdoor Camping Hiking Cooking

★★★★★
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Features

  • 3. Fire board specifications: 9.5 * 9.5CM (suitable for setting a 20CM diameter basin, suitable for 1~3 people),Compatible with any 7/16 thread single butane/butane-propane mixed fuel canisters (EN 417). does NOT fit into propane canisters.
  • 4. Packing specification: 4x5x8Cm, light and small, easy to carry, with plastic box, easy to store, available anywhere. Go camping with friends, go hiking, fishing, and after swimming, use the hot food on the stove to make the food more delicious. It is healthy and safe after heating, which can better relieve the feeling of fatigue.
  • 5. 100% satisfaction guarantee: The camping stove has a 100% satisfaction guarantee. We are committed to solving any product/service issues and are committed to providing all buyers with a five-star experience. Please rest assured to buy! Click the "Add to cart now button". Consider getting two-one for you and one for your best friend.

Description

  • 1. the burner base is an integrated high-bright aluminum alloy, light weight, high strength; honeycomb high-temperature aluminum alloy windproof net, polyethylene flame increases oxygen circulation, improve combustion utilization. The furnace body is made of refined aluminum alloy, which is resistant to high temperature, rust and radiation. Repeated outdoor use is not a concern for air...

    User reviews

    I took this baby on a 50-mile trek across Oregon. It was the perfect travel stove! Small enough to fit inside my cook-set when I was hiking, easy to assemble, intuitive, and less than 1/4 the cost of the MSR pocket rocket stove. This stove worked just as well and was actually MORE stable, with a 4-prong design rather than MSR’s 3-prongs. 10/10 would purchase again. Highly recommend for other ultralight backpackers.
    For the money, this is absolutely the coolest little camping stove you can buy. It’s also very easy to use. Sticklers will bitch and moan about the quality, and nit pick about the smallest details all over YouTube, but it’s an $8.00 camp stove! For eight bucks, I don’t see how you can do any better than this. It’s small, it packs away very nicely in the case, and it does exactly what it was made to do. It boils water and cooks food. Hands down, this is the best stove dollar for dollar.
    This stove is fantastic. I bought it because the price was so low and didn't even notice that it had an ignition built in, so that was another plus. It is more than stable enough for my little cookware pans and kettle, and boiled 750ml of water in about 6 minutes, (although it was very windy when I tested, so this time may be higher than usual.) This little stove will be a regular fixture, (with fuel), on my longer hikes where I want to stop and make a hot meal where using a twig burning stove, or making a full campfire) is not allowed or inconvenient. I think I'll buy another as a spare as this takes up little room and weighs next to nothing.


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UL2600 PRO Solo Backpacking Single Burner Isobutane Pocket Stove for Camping Lightweight Small Backpack Canister Stoves Portable Gear for Hiking Camp Cooking

★★★★★
$34.99
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Description

  • Versatile Cooking Area & No Slip Airfoil Brackets
  • Pocket Sized Backpack Mini Camping Stove 
  • Efficient Fuel Single Burner Annular Design
  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

User reviews

I ordered this to and the SOTO Amicus Stove at the same time, normally they are similarly priced however at the time of my purchase I received a $10 off coupon on this product making this a bit of a better value.Upon arrival I noticed that the hinges that are fastened with rivets were extraordinarily tight after using that little bit they seem to loosen up and I went ahead and screwed it onto my Coleman tank. I noticed immediately that when I screwed it on that it was off-kilter slightly... I thought that maybe the arms themselves had gotten bent and transport so I fiddled around with a bit until I found the real culprit which was actually the brass threaded fitting at the bottom was not pressed all the way. Adding a slope to the entire stove. I tried messing around with it a bit to see if I could press it in myself but no luck. So I contacted Amazon and got a replacement unit sent out it arrived in 1 day (nice). However when I received the second unit the red secondary o-ring was completely bent and not making a proper seal... not entirely necessary and I just flipped the o-ring around and it seemed to have solved the issue not too big of a deal. But with all that being said the quality just wasn't there, every time I received a product there was an issue with it. In the arms themselves are just not designed very well after a couple uses the rivets stiffen up and it makes the arms very hard to fold in they almost feel like they're going to bend.Actual performance of the stove. I set up a test to compare a couple different stove options that I had and I put one bottle of water 16.9 fluid ounces at an ambient temperature of 62°F into a medium size Stanley French press cup. No lid. In a controlled environment indoors I was able to achieve a boil time of about 4 minutes and 21 seconds. However in real world's conditions outdoors with a slight breeze the boil time was much worse. It took 12 minutes and 40 seconds to boil the same 16.9 fluid ounces of water with an ambient temperature of 68°F this time. In comparison the SOTO Amicus Stove in a controlled environment was able to achieve a 3 minute and 26 second boil time and an outdoor conditions at the same time, same breeze I was able to boil the water in about 6 minutes and 40 seconds. So wind is definitely not it strong suit. It will be a problem for this stove.On the plus side the hard shell case that comes with the stove is pretty much one of the best carrying cases I've seen for any of these little pocket stoves. It's what makes the most sense, it's slightly heavier than a cloth sack but much more productive, I feel quite a bit safer throwing the hard shell case in my pack then the normal soft cases that most of these come with.Overall it's a decent stove under normal conditions and I do like the design of it, being black and red the nice silicone handle on the valve. Simmer control seems to be a little bit weak but is still doable. It's a little heavier than the rest but for the price it isn't horrible, however at full price I think you can spend a few extra dollars and get a much better unit from other brands.Ultimately I'll be returning this unfortunately. I'm definitely sad to see the hard shell case go.
This thing is super high quality. Like NASA made it or something. Solid. Love it.It needs an adapter to fit standard propane tanks. But probably is good to get smaller tank for hiking.Smaller than I thought. Fits in the palm of your hand. But that's great for backpacking light weight and less space in pack.Very cool device
I like the compact and zippered carrying case for the stove. I purchased this item because the arms spread wider than my previous lightweight backpacking stove. I’ve found this one to be much more stable when outdoors


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MSR PocketRocket Ultralight Backpacking, Camping, and Travel Stove

★★★★★
$44.95
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Description

  • Ultralight (2.6 oz) and compact (2x2x3 in) folding canister stove for minimalist adventures, backpacking, hiking, trekking, camping, and global travel
  • Boils one liter of water in just 3.5 minutes and flame easily adjusts from a simmer to a rolling boil for gourmet cooking in the outdoors
  • Fueled by high-performance isobutane-propane fuel canister (not included);...

    User reviews

    I am more concerned with fuel burn vs time to boil (which seems the most commonly mentioned statistic of stoves). I did up a little experiment today on how to adjust the valve (flame) for more efficient fuel use. I put my findings on my domain, but am not sure if amazon allows links or not. I'll try anyway: jgp1.com/hikingHere's a cut'n'paste of the webpage I put up, although the formatting will no doubt be less than desirable here...Recently I bought a MSR Pocket Rocket 2 stove, and was curious about the efficiency of fuel used vs time to boil water. So I set up a little experiment, very unscientific. However, as silly as my experiement was, I did glean a little info that I didn't otherwise find on the innernuts souper hi-way. Everyone seems to just post about the time to boil water. Personally, I'm more concerned with how much fuel I burn when I boil water.For the experiments I used:--Jetboil "JetPower" fuel (a barely used 16oz (net weight) can)--1.2L single-wall titanium cook pot, no lid used--16oz of well water, at ~60° (new water with each test)--Indoors, 70°, no wind, etc.--~250' elevationProcess:--Stove, attached to gas cylinder, is weighed multiple times to be as accurate as possible. In both ounces and grams (I used grams for my GpS calculation)--Water is measured and poured into a room temp pot, then placed evenly on the stove's legs.--Stove is lit at the most minimal flame possible.--Stove flame is adjusted and the timer is immediately started.--Digital temp probe is placed into the water, about 1/4" above the base of the pot.--Timer is shut off when the water temperature >= 212°.--Stove and gas cylinder are weighed for the "end weight".--Stove and pot are cooled to room temperature prior to next test.--Stove and gas cylinder are weighed before each new test, although you'll notice the weights remain consistant with previous test conclusions.Psuedoscience:Grams per Second (GpS) is the amount of fuel burned per second to reach 212°1 full turn of the valve. Flame is very high, very loud, and a lot of heat rolling up and away from the outside of the pot.Start weight: 23.10oz / 655gEnd weight: 22.75oz / 645gTime to Boil: 2:19.93 (min:sec)Fuel Consumed: 0.35oz / 10gGrams per Second: 0.0714641/2 turn of the valve. Flame is high, very loud, and a good amount of heat rolling up and away from the outside of the potStart weight: 24.06oz / 682gEnd weight: 23.74oz / 673gTime to Boil: 2:00.38 (min:sec)Fuel Consumed: 0.32oz / 9gGrams per Second: 0.0747631/4 turn of the valve. Flame is medium-high, loud, and not too much heat escaping away from the outside of the pot.Start weight: 23.74oz / 673gEnd weight: 23.42oz / 664gTime to Boil: 2:40.90 (min:sec)Fuel Consumed: 0.32oz / 9gGrams per Second: 0.0559351/8 turn of the valve. Flame is medium-low, "quiet", and very little heat escaping away.Start weight: 23.42oz / 664gEnd weight: 23.10oz / 655gTime to Boil: 9:21.47 (yes, 9+ minutes)Fuel Consumed: 0.32oz / 9gGrams per Second: 0.016029Note: It took FOREVER to get the water to boil, and in fact it did NOT boil. At 210° the water temp stablized (this near the 8.5 minute mark). I had to open the valve, a little at a time, until I was at 1/4 open (stove became louder (torch-like) at this point). Then the water finally hit 212°.My Conclusions:Winner:1/4 turn: the point where the flame starts to "roar", audiably, seems the sweet spot. Enough heat to actually boil water, and the efficiency is much better (0.055935 GpS) than at more opened valve settings (.07+ GpS). The time to boil is well within reason too.1/2 turn: is the sweet spot if you can't spare a few more seconds to get a boil going. Doubting I'll ever use it! (although at altitude things will most likely change)Warmly Regarded, literally1/8 turn: Stove is the most efficient, GpS-wise, at a low flame. Extremely efficient for long duration warming. Won't quite boil water though, but if you have a book to read it'll get close! While I didn't test lower than 1/8th turn, I'm guessing even a tiny warming flame would be extremely efficient, GpS-wise.1 turn: pointless in my opinion, it is slightly more efficient than 1/2 turn, but a TON of heat rolls up outside the pot. I had to put on a kitchen mitt to hold the digital thermometer over the pot. I also needed the kitchen mitt to grab the pot's handles at the end of the test. I don't carry a mitt in my backpack. :pA wider pot might help with the escaping heat. The 1.2L pot I used is the largest that I personally use/have, and is 5" in diameter. However, it's quite possible that a wider pot would change how effective a more opened up valve would be -- especially with all the heat that escaped during my experiment.Finally, I should add that ALL tests used roughly the same amount of fuel to boil the water (about 9-10 grams of fuel). However the efficiency would come more into play when you keep the heat applied after reaching the boiling point. At 1/4 turn, you'd do much better on fuel used over a longer duration. Even better if you turn down the flame once boiling is reached.How many pots of water can I boil with this can of gas?The Fuel Consumed value makes estimating (guesstimating!) how many times you can boil water from a can of fuel pretty simple. Using the Net Weight of the fuel canister, and using "10" Fuel Consumed as the "standard" makes the math easy. For example, my 16oz JetBoil fuel can's Net Weight is 450g. 450/10 = 45.0, so around 45 pots of boiling water. An 8oz MSR canister is 227g, thus 22.7 pots of boiling water.On average, how many minutes will this can of gas run?The average GpS for the MSR is 0.054548. Thus CanisterNetWeight / 0.054548 = seconds450g canister: 450/0.054548 = 8,249.653 sec / 60 = 137.494 min / 60 = 2.292 hours227g canister: 227/0.054548 = 4,161.491 sec / 60 = 69.358 min / 60 = 1.156 hoursNote: this is the run time to achieve boiling pots of waterAnother way to look at it, min/max run time.Least efficient was at 1/2 turn. 450/0.074763 = 6,019.020104 sec / 60 = 100.317 min / 60 = 1.672 hoursMost efficient was at 1/8 turn. 450/0.016029 = 28,074.116 sec / 60 = 467.902 min / 60 = 7.798 hoursSo that can will last somewhere from ~1.5 hours to ~7.75 hours of continuous burning.Note: this is just a "run run run" result. You might be boiling water, you might be slow cooking a pot roast, or you might be heating your tent (eep!) all night long.
    I put this on an 8oz canister of Jetboil fuel, turned it on high and ran it till it ran out. Outside temp was about 50 degrees.It ran for approx. 2 hours wide open! I tested boiling water using an Esbit Stove Aluminum 2.5 cup pot. It boiled a little faster when I first started because running the stove nostop causes the canister to chill down which slows the gas coming out a little. I was boiling the 2.5 cup pot in about 2:36 at the start and a little over 3:00 when the canister was near empty. But let's go with the worse case and say it boils at 3:00 per 2.5 cup pot non stop for 2 hours. That's FORTY 2.5 cup pots of water. Enough to make 40 Mountain House packet meals. That's boiling water for 3 meals a day for 13 days! I have one of the cheap non-name $10 pocket rockets and when you compare them to the MSR PocketRocket 2 the difference in quality is obvious.
    I purchased this stove and I wanted to like it. But it didn't work out. It is very loud, very inefficient in a slight breeze, really really bad in the wind, cheaply made for the premium price. The stove rocks back and forth on the little Philip's head screw. Pot stand is a bad design - not remotely level. All the heat is centered into the pot scorching anything you are trying to heat on the lowest heat setting. Dont believe all the youtube advertising hype like I did, this stove should be sold for $7.99 in my opinion. I ended up selling mine on ebay and taking a loss. Looks like MSR is trying to really profit off of a cheap Chinese stove. MSR has a ZERO return policy on stoves... this should be a clue. Mine started to rust very quickly. I ended up purchasing a Soto Windmaster for $51.96 and it is leaps and bounds ahead of the Pocket Rocket 2.MSR should be ashamed to put there brand on this stove.


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