I have used these stoves for many years out camping and they are convenient, safe, quick and easy to use, and take care of. They are just like cooking at home and the butane canisters last a pretty l... Show More.ong time. I use one or two butane canisters on a four-five day camping trip at a cost of $1.50 per canister. These are the same stove many chefs use for outside cooking when doing demos, fairs, etc. I have given all of my friends these stoves because they are great. They are also good when the electricity is off or in an emergency. Everyone should have one, no matter the brand name.
Cook a hot meal anywhere, at anytime. Whether it’s an emergency situation or going on a overnight trip in the backcountry, this small Butane 1 Burner Stove is essential. The burner on this stove has more power than many indoor stoves so you can get the job done. This stove is great for emergency preparedness and 72-hour kits.
- 8,000 BTU burner
- Matchless ignition
- Fully adjustable heat-control dial
- Porcelain drip tray for easy clean-up
- Includes handy storage case
- Compact and lightweight
- Emergency preparedness recommended
- Butane powered
- Dimensions: 12.5" L x 14.5" W x 3.75" H
- Total Output: 8,000 BTU/hr
- Fuel: Butane
- Weight: 5 lbs.
- Warranty: One Year
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