Stove Accessories

The best stove accessories, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. The latest review was added on August 11, 2019. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.

Recent Stove Accessory Reviews

rated 5 of 5 stars
Jetboil CrunchIt

A straightforward tool for bleeding and puncturing gas canisters for safe disposal. I try to completely use up and properly dispose of every gas canister that I purchase, but since they are not allowed on planes even in checked luggage, I have sometimes had to figure out what to do with a partially used canister before taking a flight home. I am not the only one. At resupply points on the JMT in 2014 and at hostels and huts on our recent visit in Iceland, we came across stashes of partially used… Full review

rated 4 of 5 stars
Clikstand T-2/T-2G

A compact lightweight pot stand which is more versatile than other similar products. I have used both versions of this (stainless steel and titanium) and it's a great way to use an alcohol burner (Trangia style or Evernew). Though not as stable or protective as a Trangia set, it is more stable than other alchol based coooking sets I have used and offers more versatility other than simply boiling water. It also takes up a faction of the space when packed away. I have successfully cooked simple meals… Full review

rated 3 of 5 stars
Primus Windscreen

I will not recommend to use, does not do job good. Does not protect fire from wind. It is easy to set up, holds firmly. Unfortunately protection is too low and does not cover open fire, as result it does not work on average wind power. I have Primus stove with piezo, somehow it is impossible to use build-in igniter because there is no hole for finger next to piezo side. After several attempts to use it I drop this idea and bought new foil wind protection. Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
BernieDawg DragonTamer 3

This product, while expensive, by reducing the grossly excessive noise level of my MSR DragonFly stove, transforms the stove from something I did not use because of the excessive noise to a stove that I like to use. I really like my MSR DragonFly stove. Stable, rugged, easily repairable, has never given me a problem. BUT, it is SOOOO noisy that I quit taking it on trips. Instead I would take our 30-year-old gen 1 Coleman single burner. Great stove, but with a very narrow base, it was an accident… Full review

rated 4 of 5 stars
Primus Kamoto OpenFire Pit

From the beach to the riverside camp, take your campfire with you wherever you might want one. This is a really good, compact and easily stowed fire pit. You can cook and grill on this fire which burns either wood or charcoal. Best for car camping or canoe trips where weight isn't an issue, especially good when campfire rings must be portable and leave no trace. As members of another website, we’ve been testing out these products in exchange for a review in various boondocking and beach locations… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Purcell Trench Voyageurs Grill

The largest of the Purcell Trench line, yet still easy to carry. This grill works well as a pot support or for direct cooking and can be used with most any stove as well as open fire. Well made of sturdy materials for real world use. Purcell Trench has been making pack grills of various sizes and shapes since 1993. Originally they were sold via retailers, but now they do their business directly with consumers via mail or electronic order. They have grills that range from simple rectangles designed… Full review

rated 4 of 5 stars
BioLite CampStove Grill

Greatly improves the usefulness of the BioLite CampStove 2. Tricky to get the heat right. Use aluminum foil as cover to retain heat. Tips: use aluminum foil to cover food and keep heat in around meat don't use dish soap to keep soot off—makes food taste odd add lightweight tongs and a lighter to your stuff sack Full review

rated 0.5 of 5 stars
QuietStove Burner Cap for SVEA 123

I just bought Svea 123 cap for my new Svea 123 stove.  A video on starting would help! Almost set the place on fire. I have written for help and no response. My stove works great with original cap. Wish they lived up to their offer of customer support. Charla  Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Dutchware Flyz Grill Top

I have several of these. Very handy with my antique camp stoves (Optimus 8R and Optimus 111). Really does the trick when you need to use a small pot or mug. I am a collector of antique camping stoves (mostly kerosene but some liquid fuel and gas cartridge). Most of these stoves work well with medium size pots but have issues with small pots and mugs. This product fills the bill perfectly and is easy to include with the stove. The grill is made of titanium so makes a very lightweight and nearly… Full review

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