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Ultralight Backpacking Canister Rocket Camp Stove 3.9oz

August 14, 2015 - Comment

Ultralight backpacking camp stove, weighs only 3.9oz packed in the bag! Uses Iso-butane/propane canisters. One is pictured as an example but is not included. This is a great stove at a UNBELIEVABLE price. You get a durable, ultralight canister stove, and weighs only 3.9oz. This stove is built very well, do not

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Ultralight backpacking camp stove, weighs only 3.9oz packed in the bag! Uses Iso-butane/propane canisters. One is pictured as an example but is not included.


This is a great stove at a UNBELIEVABLE price. You get a durable, ultralight canister stove, and weighs only 3.9oz. This stove is built very well, do not let the price fool you! Quality construction and materials are at work in this stove. I guarantee you will be happy! These stoves wok with any screw top iso butane / propane canisters, available just about anywhere, MSR, coleman, camping gaz, etc.

This stove will also simmer. It has a fully adjustable flame! This really is an impressive stove. When I got these in i was expecting something much cheaper, I am totally impressed with this little guy.


These would make great primary stoves, back up stoves, emergency, spares, Boy Scout troops etc etc endless possibilities, and the price is right!

Product Features

  • ULTRALIGHT at 3.9oz packed
  • High quality construction!
  • Adjustable flame
  • Thick, heavy gauge arms
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Comments

TinkerGuy says:

MSR who? Okay, the MSR pocket rocket is a great stove without caveat. This is a perfect clone (they are both made in China, btw). This stove appears to be made in the same factory. I tested mine with a Jetboil 230g canister as soon as the stove arrived. Immediate satisfaction and flawless function. All stampings and fittings appear to be very solid and this has the MUCH more sturdy MSR PR design for the arms, as opposed to the inferior “mini collpasible arm” desing of several other mini stoves…

pcdave30 says:

Support arms don’t pivot to full horizontal position So I have purchase several of the ultralight camp stoves that come in the small orange plastic boxes that you can find on Amazon and while they are not close to the quality of much more expensive stoves I like them because they do what they are supposed to do and the ones I’ve purchase all provide a flat, stable base to support the small steel cup I use for heating water in the morning. 

Caleb says:

Thoroughly impressed – Added to BOB I was in the market for an ultralite, small, easy to use stove. I got all those and more and a great price with this stove. I was a little leery committing to the butane/propane canisters since once they run out, unless you have more, you’re out of a stove. But I decided that for day hikes that might turn into overnighters or for a quick cup of something warm, this stove might work. 

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