- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
Portable Outdoor Camp / Cooking Kit - Perfect for Camping, Backpacking, Hunting, Tailgating, Emergency Survival, Food Storage
- Unique and patented all-in-one cooking platform that boils water in 5 minutes after fully ignited and cooks for 4 to 5 hours
- Each Stove In A Can includes everything necessary for cooking - 4 fuel cells (app. 1 hour of cooking time each), fuel ring, cooking ring.
- Uses a safe, water-resistant, non-explosive fuel source that can be stored indefinitely
- 1/2 gallon can weighs app. 2.75lbs (with fuel cells)
- Perfect for hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, tailgating, food storage, emergency and survival, 72-hour kits - great gift idea!
Fuel cells do not "bleed off" or decline over time like propane canisters. Simpler, sturdier, more weatherproof, and more durable than traditional propane or canister stoves. Unlike gelled alcohol (Sterno, etc) stoves, Stove In A Can burns like a wood campfire - hot enough to boil water quickly - and unlike tablet fuel (Esbit, Triox, etc), Stove In A Can is not made of toxic chemicals. Environmentally friendly - the packaging IS the product; can be lit, used, extinguished (by placing the lid back on the can), and re-used multiple times. Fuel cells can be partially burned, extinguished (with the lid) and easily re-lit.
Soot from cooking remains on the inside of the can while the outside remains clean - unused fuel cells and metal components can be securely and portably stored inside the can after use and then used again later. Because the Stove In A Can is not an "open pit" fire, it can often be used where campfires are not permitted. Works well in windy, rainy and sub-freezing conditions. Fuel cells can be completely submersed underwater for multiple days, removed, and lit immediately with ease after merely shaking the water off. Fuel cells also serve as amazing fire starters in extreme weather conditions.
- What's in the Box?
What's In-the-Box?(6) Fuel Cells for Stove In a Can
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
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