Immerse yourself in the wild with the Stryker Multi-Fuel with a new King's Mountain Shadow camo sleeve. Pack light and efficient with the all in one pot and burner system. Whether your fuel of choice is propane or butane you can burn your preferred fuel. Backpacking in the backcountry has never been easier. With Heat Ring technology, you can heat half a liter of water in only two minutes while conserving 30% more fuel than other compact cooking systems.
- Multi-fuel version compatible with propane and butane
- King's Mountain Shadow Camo Sleeve
- Heat Ring technology increase efficiency by 30%, reducing fuel consumption
- Matchless ignition
- Boils 0.5 liters of water in 2 minutes
- Includes unit, insulated pot, folding tank stabilizer, lid, and mesh carry bag
- Lightweight, hard anodized aluminum
- Insulated sleeve keeps contents warm while providing a comfortable grip
- Measurement markings in pot
- Added wind protection
- Compact design, stores inside insulated pot
Customers must use the included pot attachment with the unit or purchase the Stryker Pot Support Adapter (shown below in the accessories.)
- Weight: 19.4 oz (not including fuel)
- Pot Volume: 1.3 liters
Stryker 200 Multi-Fuel Stove - King's Camo is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by StewinVT from Light weight, great flame and easy to use I just got two of these for my Boy Scout troop for backpacking trips and I'm very pleased with them so far. I showed it to the boys and they could easily see the advantages over our 25-yr-old liquid fuel stoves. Once I showed how to connect to the propane adapter, they used it pretty easily. Though the stove is pretty loud wide-open, it makes hot water like nobody's business! I also like that you can adjust the flame down to a simmer. We used it a couple times over the weekend for soup and coffee and the propane cylinder still felt full, so seems very efficient. I'm hoping the guys like it so much that they start making morning coffee for their Scoutmaster! ;-) Pros: I also like the neoprene sleeve around the pot, which might prevent a few burned hands. Having all the pieces fit inside the pot will help keep them from getting damaged, as Scouts have been known to do on occasion. Cons: The weakest part of the system are the fuel canister bases; while they make the stove much more stable, they feel pretty fragile. Also, the large base for the propane also falls off the tank easily, so you can't pick up the stove by the tank to move it and expect the base to stay attached. I haven't tried the butane canister base yet.
Date published: 2019-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stickbowman68 from Nice upgrade from my old jetboil Well I read on another site that someone was complaining about the large fuel canisters not fitting in this unit, they were wrong. I was able to fit the fuel canister in along with the stand and element and close the lid perfectly. See photo The 4cup boil allowed my wife and I to eat/drink at the same time, unlike my 2cup Jetboil. It was everything we hoped it would be. Great Job Camp Chef!
Date published: 2018-08-11
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