Lixada Pocket Camping Stove Mini Folding Backpacking Gas Stoves 25g Ultralight Portable Titanium Alloy Outdoor Cooking Butane Gas Burner 2700W

April 5, 2018 - Comment

1This mini stove is a must in your outdoor cooking. Great for backpackers, campers, hikers, hunter, geologists, etc. Features: Only weighs 25g, the most lightweight stove ever. High-speed rotating flame, heating evenly. Strong firepower, 2 minutes 58 seconds to boil 1L water. With foldable switch to control the power as you need. Collapsible titanium alloy

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(as of 19 April 2020 04:46 EDT - Details)

1This mini stove is a must in your outdoor cooking. Great for backpackers, campers, hikers, hunter, geologists, etc.

Features:
Only weighs 25g, the most lightweight stove ever.
High-speed rotating flame, heating evenly.
Strong firepower, 2 minutes 58 seconds to boil 1L water.
With foldable switch to control the power as you need.
Collapsible titanium alloy bracket, ultralight and strong bearing capacity.
Comes in a pouch for convenient carry.

Specifications:
Main material: Titanium alloy
Fuel: Butane gas
Power: 2700W
Gas consumption: 140g/h
Ignition: Manual
Folded size: 37 * 48mm / 1.5 * 1.9in(D * H)
Unfolded size: 85 * 60mm / 3.3 * 2.4in(D * H)
Item weight: 25g / 0.9oz
Package size: 13.5 * 8 * 3.5cm / 5.3 * 3.1 * 1.4in
Package weight: 38g / 1.4oz

Package List:
1 * Burner
1 * Pouch

Note: Gas tank and pot are NOT included.

Product Features

  • ULTRALIGHT WEIGHT: 25g, the most lightweight stove ever.
  • POKECT SIZE: folding size: 37x52mm, open size: 85×68.5mm, easy to carry.
  • DURABLE MATERIAL: 60% titanium alloy,10% copper,20% stainless steel, ultralight and strong bearing capacity.
  • STRONG & ADJUSTABLE FIREPOWER: 2700W, only take 2 minutes 58 seconds to boil 1L water, and with a foldable switch to control the firepower at you need.
  • FUEL & GAS CONSUMPTION: Butane Gas , with consumption: 140g/h (Notice: Gas tank is not included.)

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Amazing little stove at a great price Just used this stove to boil one liter of water in 4 minutes 10 seconds starting with cold tap water. In the description they claim 2 minutes 58 seconds which I knew was to good to be true. In outdoorgearlab tests the fastest stove was 3 minutes 54 seconds. This little guy was only 16 seconds behind their fastest stove. I weighed the stove in the included bag and it weighed in right at 1 ounce. You can see from the pictures how small the stove is. I had to make sure the pan was centered on the…

FCG says:

Perfect for backpacking and for Hurricanes! I live in Southern Florida and recently got hammered by Hurricane Irma. Today is day 7 without power and while many people are struggling for a hot meal I am not.I recently bought this stove to be part of a lightweight backpacking cookset but now it’s getting most of its use at my house heating up water for freeze dried meals and coffee.This stove is obviously extremely lightweight (25g), but don’t let that fool you when it comes to quality and rigidity. The stove is…

Great ACOGness! says:

It’s light Just received. I’ll reserve the 5th star for after long term use. Initial impressions are it’s exactly what I was expecting: a BRS 3000T ultra lightweight stove at less than an oz. Incredible. I’m not sure who actually makes these, but this is just a BRS rebranded for Lixada. However they figure that out with the import, I don’t really care but all I know is it’s cheaper and smaller than my MSR Pocket Rocket? Am I ditching the MSR? No, not unless this thing can actually prove itself, but…

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