Pocket Stove

SKU: 4131

Availability: Out of stock

$13.00

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The epitome of German efficiency, this lightweight, ultra-compact Pocket Stove has been a capable cooking appliance used worldwide for the past 75 years. Rugged structured steel sides flip open into two lockable positions for stable support and concentrated heat delivery to your cooking pot or fry pan. Esbit® solid fuel tablets store inside the diminutive 3”x4”x.75” self-contained case, burning for 13 minutes each and delivering enough heat to boil a pint of water in less than 8 minutes. When the cooking is done, extinguish the tab and re-light it with the next use. Ideal for boiling liquids or cooking up a quick, light meal. Adding a piece of heavy duty foil for use as a windscreen or ground reflector makes this the ultimate minimalist travel stove. 3.75 oz. Includes six - .5 oz. solid fuel tablets.

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a MUST-HAVE for lightweight motorcycle campingReview by PJ in Rochester
You cannot believe how little room this system takes in my bike's saddlebags (or backpack!)..I carry 2 with a good supply of tablets and a small lighte, all in one little zipped case..Boils a teakettle of water in about 10 minutes or less...I cook a full beakfast including bacon and eggs and coffee on these!!! No need to carry fuel canisters!!!!! (Posted on 8/24/11)

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Cooking with Sticks and Twigs

Nearly everywhere you’ll ever camp you’ll find all kinds of combustible hot-burning biomass. Sticks and twigs the size of your thumb and smaller. This stuff is way faster and easier to light and to cook with that you’d think, burns nearly smokelessly, and will reliably provide more than enough heat for all kinds of trail cookery.

But why go Neanderthal now, with all those ingenious little gas stoves available? Because A) it’s less stuff to carry so you’ll travel lighter, and B) it’s nearly as fast to gather the fuel and then heat a liter of water as it is to do the same job with a hissing stove. And C), it’s a lot cleaner than you’d think. Soot is confined within the ‘chimney’ of samovar-kettles so you never touch it, and flat-folding stoves come with fabric storage sleeves.

What if it’s been raining all day and everything is wet? Uhh…Dead limbs still attached to trees usually remain dry enough to ignite quickly with only a little help from an accelerant like a small piece of dry paper or a few drips of gasoline, or one or two Esbit fuel tabs (#4113). After they are going the heat provided will dry wetter stuff added later. But when it’s really raining super-hard find a motel and eat at a diner -- (even if you are carrying a gas stove).

About the only places you cannot quickly and easily find sticks and twigs are a few high desert locations.

—Mr. Subjective