Brunton Lander Stove

3 reviews
5-star:   0
4-star:   3
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Reviews

1

I can't believe there isn't many reviews for this…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $70

I can't believe there isn't many reviews for this stove! I ordered it with a lack of reviews and I'm so glad I did. Both fuels works flawlessly and it does simmer. I've used it a few times and it has worked perfect every time. This is a very solid product.

The only reason I'm only giving it 4.5 stars is because sometimes the flame spreader will fall out when its turned sideways or upside down. I'm afraid I might lose it!

It does pack down reasonably small. I store the stove in my cook set's pot (GSI outdoors) along with a couple of nesting cups that match the pot. The fuel is stored separately. The stove came with the pump, storage case, fuel bottle, stove tool, assorted o-rings, grease for the pump, and the old style (not the new childproof) lid for the fuel bottle.

0

So this is a discontinued product and truth be told,…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $75

Summary

So this is a discontinued product and truth be told, it was not an OEM, Brunton only put their name on it and imported it. So you can still get it but you have to import it from NZ, AU, KR, etc. That aside, this stove ROCKS!

Pros

  • Great multi-fuel stove.
  • Compact size for such a powerful stove
  • Includes spare parts, o-rings, tool to clean and dismantle.
  • Boiled water in under 3 minutes, heck sub-2minutes.

Cons

  • A little noisy

It's a true multi-fuel stove!  It comes with a nice case, spare parts and even the tool to clean and dismantle it. I've used this stove at low attitude with propane and high attitude with white fuel without issue. Would I take this stove world trekking, simple answer is yes.  

The way the legs and arms fold up make this stove very compact, as a matter of fact I fit it inside my pot with cup(s). This stove is kind of noisy but that has never been my concern because most of the time I'm miles from the nearest person anyway and it's not so noisy it's going to start a avalanche.  

What more can I say, it's a great stove and sorry to see Brunton stop selling it.

0

La compre hace dos años (la uso unos 50 dias al año)…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: 65

La compre hace dos años (la uso unos 50 dias al año) y ha funcionado perfectamente tanto con gas como con combustible liquido.  Tengo otras tres cocinas ( Optimus Nova, MSR Dragonfly y MSR Simmerlite ) y esta es mi  preferida. En las salidas cortas llevo gas y en las salidas de mas de una semana, llevo gas para las prendidas rapidas y bencina para el uso normal.

Es facil de usar, bien estable y la botella tiene un estabilizador para que no ande moviendose.

Los pequeños inconvenientes que le encuentro son

1. El algo ruidosa.

2. Al separar la cocina de la botella, se derrama loque quedo en la manguera al no tener dos valvulas.

Es una pena que ya no la fabriquen.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Named for its NASA-like looks, the Lander dual-fuel can accommodate both butaneand white gas making a versatile expedition stove. The unique flip-out legs and pot supports give the Lander the ability to be packed away in the included zip-up case for packing.

- SunnySports

Remote regions offer limited options when it comes to stove fuel. Luckily, the Brunton Lander Dual Fuel Expedition Stove works with both butane and white gas. No longer will you lose days of your trip to scouting out the right fuel or begging stoves off of other expeditions. Durable stainless steel construction makes the Lander Duel Fuel Expedition Stove tough enough to handle an arduous approach on the back of pack animals and the hazards of the cluttered cook tent. Of course, Brunton gave the Lander a lifetime warranty, just in case.

- Backcountry.com

The dual-fuel Brunton Lander stove accommodates both isobutane and white gas, making it an exceptionally versatile stove that's perfect for travel and backpacking. Steel construction stands up to trail abuse. Quick-priming burner won't keep you waiting long when eating is urgent. Cleverly engineered construction allows the stove to be folded for compact storage; spring-loaded legs and supports easily snap into operating position. 9,600 BTU burner boils water in approximately 4 minutes, depending on conditions. Includes a 0.6 liter fuel bottle, fuel pump and zip-up carrying case for easy packing. Overstock.

- REI

On Sale. Free Shipping. Brunton Lander Dual Fuel Stove (Fall 2009) Named for its NASA-like looks, the Lander Stove by Brunton dual-fuel can accommodate both butane and white gas making a versatile expedition stove. The unique flip-out legs and pot supports give the Lander the ability to be packed away in the included zip-up case for packing.Features: Weight: 16oz. Up to 9600 BTUs Fuel types: isobutane/white gas Burn time: 70 min Includes: carry case Limited lifetime warranty

- Moosejaw

Looks like the Apollo Moon Lander - only smaller...and you can cook on it. Dual fuel capability makes it an outstanding expedition stove. Brunton quality, Brunton innovation.

- Altrec Outdoors

Brunton Lander Stove

Discontinued

The Lander Stove has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$58.93 - $148.95

The Brunton Lander Stove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 1, 2011 at Gear for Adventure.

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