Multi-Fuel Stoves

Brands

MSR
Primus
Vargo
Kovea
Ultimate Survival Technologies
Trangia
Optimus
Four Dog Stove
Trail Designs
Firebox

Price

less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 and above

Recent Multi-Fuel Stove Reviews

Firebox Gen2 Titanium Folding Firebox Nano

rated 4 of 5 stars Ultra light and portable multifuel stove that is a breeze to set up and pack up. It can fit in a shirt pocket and be set up in less than a minute. The Gen2 Titanium Folding firebox is an amazing piece of equipment that is easy to use and is only 4oz (113g). It is an extremely well thought out little stove. All the pieces are attached, so when you need to use it, simply take it out of its pouch that fits in your shirt pocket and it unhinges into the appropriate shape. There has been no warping or… Full review

MSR WhisperLite Universal

rated 5 of 5 stars Pure amazing! This is my fifth MSR stove and the best one yet! I had it on treks in Alaska, Washington, Maine, and Europe! Never failed to serve! This is my fifth MSR stove and it's the best one yet. I do a lot of treks. I need equipment that holds up to abuse no matter where I take it. I went on a trip to Alaska with four buddies. We all split the gear. It rained 3 of 4 days. Every time we went to start the stove we had no problems. We ate like kings! I went on a 12-day trek to Europe and never… Full review

Coleman Exponent Multi-Fuel Stove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Original Peak 1 Stove: One great stove...after 30 years. This is essentially a Coleman camp stove in miniature. It is slow to get going and never do it in a tent. Once it lights it will run forever...I found it ran for 5 hours on one fill. Boils water fast and has good low level for simmer. Wind protection is good but I usually use the custom made for it windscreen that came with my pots and pans. I would not recommend this for climbing or use in an area where you have restrictions or strong winds… Full review

Coleman Exponent Multi-Fuel Stove

rated 1 of 5 stars Multi-fuel? Stove so good for expeditions I bought one of these with me to the Blue Mountains in Sydney, Australia. I even had the little red fuel filter funnel to filter out impurities. What a joke. Basically, this stove would not work with unleaded petrol. The men at Coleman told me years later that you're best using white gas. After replacing the pre heating tube it still was not working—all this in the middle of nowhere in the Blue Mountains, so as you can not have an open fire there. I had… Full review

Coleman Exponent Multi-Fuel Stove

rated 4 of 5 stars My experience with the Peak 1 Multi-fuel stove 550 has been excellent, though now they are calling it Exponent I can only see a couple of difference between the two. I bought the very first generation stove. I believe it's the 550 "A" model rather than the "B" model which had a couple of very minor differences, one being the center burner screw went from a phillips to a slotted (maybe I got that backwards). I'll double check that. Also, they changed the pump to a "more friendly field repairable… Full review

MSR WhisperLite Universal

rated 5 of 5 stars Overall excellent stove. Gives the user more fuel options and comes with the shaker jet like the International. Had a Whisperlite International, which I really liked. Never failed me. Then for some reason I thought I needed a simmer option so I bought the Dragonfly. Failed me on a winter outing. Got rid of it and bought the Whisperlite Universal and could not be happier. Rock solid reliability like my older Whisperlite International, but with more fuel options!! Good job, MSR! Full review

MSR WhisperLite Universal

rated 5 of 5 stars Wonderful, very versatile stove. I bought this stove new in 2014 and have had several opportunities since then to make use of it. The fact that there are several fuel options is the main selling point for me. Before you go out with this stove you should definitely familiarize yourself with all of the functioning aspects of the stove. The stove comes with everything you need to make the change from fuel canisters to fuel bottles, and from white gas to kerosene or gasoline. In a lot of the wilderness… Full review

Primus OmniFuel

rated 5 of 5 stars This one burns all the stoves including the devil downstairs. I was a scoutmaster, and a stove collector of both gas and liquid. If you are looking for a stove, this is a machine. Top stoves in my opinion: Omnifuel and XGK EX (tied #1), Dragonfly, Omnilite, MSR MicroRocket and PocketRocket, SOTO Micro Regulator and Windmaster. If you want to buy a stove, look for manufacturer's reputation, ask veterans in backpacking, and take your time!! Full review

MSR WhisperLite Universal

rated 5 of 5 stars Bullet proof The WhisperLite is one of the most versatile, light, and durable liquid fuel stoves on the market. From its hose to its frame, it was built for the outdoors. Full review