ESBIT Solid Fuel Stove & CooksetA great cooking solution for minimalist backpackers, the Esbit Solid Fuel Stove and Cookset offers a quick and efficient way to boil water on the trail, takes up hardly any space in your pack, and weighs a mere 0.6 oz. more than an empty Nalgene bottle!
- Lightweight, self-contained cooking system made from hard-anodized aluminum
- Powered by solid fuel tablets (sold separately), which are virtually smokeless, odorless, and residue-free
- Durable 20 oz. (585 mL) pot has volume indicators (both oz. and mL) and a small spout for easy measuring and pouring
- Two hinged, stainless steel pot grips are silicone-coated for better grip and fold away for easy packing
- Windshield-type stove stores inside of the pot when not in use; included mesh bag keeps everything together
- In the box: stove/wind deflector, 20 oz. pot, lid, and mesh storage bag
- Packed dimensions: 3.4 x 4.4 in. (8.6 x 11.2 cm)
- Weighs just 7 oz. (198 g)
ESBIT Solid Fuel Stove & Cookset
Fuel Type Fuel tablets Ignition Method Manual Priming No Windscreen Included Yes Burn Time 12 min. per tablet Type Canister Weight 7 oz.
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- A Little Rattley
- Dehydrated Meals
- Quick Coffee Or Cocoa
Comments about ESBIT Solid Fuel Stove & Cookset:
I bought this stove for my bug-out bag. Great size cup over 16 oz if you want. I could fit almost a whole box if fuel cubes inside for carrying. If you're a person on a "stealthy hunt" this will not be for you unless you put some paper towels or small cloth inside to keep the cover from rattling, but it didn't bother me. Mesh storage bag is nice. I tried it on a windy day. Esbit fuel cubes light easily with a match or lighter (fuel cube will not light with a metal match or sparker even if you crumble it on the top) and 1 cube had the full pint of water just shy of boiling in about 10 minutes. Water did not come to a boil but well hot enough for a couple of hot drinks or rehyrating a meal or two. The pour spout on the side was adequate, as anything larger would have let the heat escape too much. Also keep the lid handle up as the lid gets super hot. Folding pot handles worked great.
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