Stoves

Category

Alcohol Stoves
Canister Stoves
Liquid Fuel Stoves
Multi-Fuel Stoves
Solid Fuel Stoves
Fuel and Fuel Bottles
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other
180 Tack
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BaroCook
BioLite
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Boilerwerks

Price

less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$300 and above

Recent Stove Reviews

Optimus Svea

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Have used my 123R since 1974 everywhere from the Appalachian Trail to winter camping in Yellowstone (true about insulating from snow) and only one problem, early on I had leaks from the self-cleaning pin. I just removed the pin and has never leaked again. It is now on the inheritance list for the kids. Setup: EASY, if you can't do this you have no business in the back country. Ignition: Using your hands does really work but the eye dropper is the best. Ignition: Boiled water and cooked just fine… Full review

MSR DragonFly

rated 5 of 5 stars 3 times a day, every day for 4 years. This is how every product should be made We are fortunate to live an unusual life on the road.  Some people love to eat out while traveling.  For us, we love to visit the local markets and shop for unusual ingredients then go back to our camp and make an interesting meal.   The MSR Dragonfly is the perfect stove for this type of travel.  It simmers beautifully yet produces a roaring flame when melting snow.   It burns a variety of fuels so there is no… Full review

MSR PocketRocket

rated 5 of 5 stars A reliable lightweight workhorse of a backpacking stove. This stove works every time. It is reliable. It is so easy to set up—just screw it on to an isobutane container and you're ready to go. I don't even bother with any additional stand. There is no piezo igniter, so you must use a fire steel, lighter or match. The flame is adjustable and works great from simmer to full blast. With my GSI Soloist kit or my simple camp cup the cooking is easy and the boil time less than 3 minutes for 2-4 cups… Full review

MSR DragonFly

rated 4.5 of 5 stars After having my isobutane become unusable at temperatures below -30° C., I purchased this stove for winter trips. It is loud but there is a reason for that and that is it is creating huge amounts of heat. The MSR Draonfly has been around for years. It is a tried and true expedition stove. It works on multiple different fuels from white gas, jet fuel, diesel, kerosene and gasoline. It will work in all temperatures and at all altitudes.  I bought the stove after struggling in colder temperatures… Full review

Jetboil MicroMo Cooking System

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent, lightweight, compact, easy to use stove system. Self contained when stored, quick setup and very quick boiling time. Great for camping, hiking, and backpacking. Jetboil has been my go-to stove away from base camp and my preferred method of boiling water during outdoor activities. The stove sets up quick, has a built-in igniter and is stable. I don't simmer much as I am mostly re-hydrating but the MicroMo has good simmer control when you need it. It will boil a cup of water in about a… Full review

MSR WhisperLite

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Solid stove! Keep it clean and maintained and it will keep you cooking forever! I’ve got this one in my emergency grab and go. Full review

Alocs Mini Alcohol Stove

rated 4 of 5 stars Easy and cheap. Simplicity of alcohol stoves. Enjoy the lack of technology and parts. I used many different stoves and think the alcohol stove is easy to use, cheap to buy, not a technical piece of equipment, lacks parts that wear out, and works, even in winter. I use an angel food cake mold as a wind screen (car camper nowadays). Just be careful with the invisible daytime flame and be aware it is heating, just not as fast as you would like. Full review

MSR WindBurner Duo Stove System

rated 4 of 5 stars While pricy and a bit more bulky and heavy than some stove systems, the WindBurner Duo System with remote canister is a stable, weather-resistant stove for fast, easy use, even in adverse conditions with options to expand one's cooking range with the addition of other modular pots and pans. Note: this review is divided into the following sections. Scroll down to locate any section of interest. Video Overview Features & Dimensions Build The Pressure Regulator Operation Stowage Field Testing Performance:… Full review

Bushbuddy Ultra

rated 4 of 5 stars Bushbuddy gasifying stoves are handmade in Alaska. They are simple and effective. It's not the lightest or most efficient stove out there, but there is something special about using this kind of heritage equipment. I have many wood burning stoves, but for short walks and a brew on a calm evening I often reach for this one. It is suitable for 1-2 people looking for a cheap alternative to gas, meths, or hexamine tablets. Yes, there are lighter, cheaper and more efficient designs but this is so simple… Full review

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user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
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$30
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$70
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Bleuet Solid Fuel Tablets Fuel
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Brasslite Turbo I-D Alcohol Stove
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BRS 3000T Compressed Fuel Canister Stove
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