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Pure Outdoor Universal Backpacking Stove
Heat water for coffee or cook your food on the trail using this Pure Outdoor Titanium Backpacking Stove. The remote burner design features a wide, stable base and an easy-to-operate flame control, even for gloved hands. The titanium construction results in a weight of only 3.5 oz., while supporting up to 7.7 lbs. It can burn for up to an hour using an 8 oz. fuel canister and can boil a liter of water in only 3 minutes 30 seconds.
Lightweight & Compact: Weighing only 11.3 oz., the Pure Outdoor Universal Backpacking Stove is easy to take on your outdoor adventures.
Extreme Temperatures: The low-pressure, liquid fuel design operates effectively at extreme high altitudes and low temperatures.
Multi-Fuel Stove: Designed for use with a wide variety of liquid fuels, you can burn auto fuel, white gas, low-grade kerosene, Stoddard solvent, aviation gas, diesel #1, and naphtha.
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|Fuel Type||White Gas, Kerosene, Unleaded Auto Gas, Aviation Gas|
|Burn Time (max flame)||
1 hrs. 49 min. with 20 oz. of white gas,
1 hrs. 38 min. with kerosene
Average Boil Time
(1 liter of water)
3 min. 30 sec. (white gas)
2 min. 48 sec. (kerosene)
|Maximum Power||3275 watts / 11200 btu/hr.|
|Weight||11.3 ounces (321 grams)|
|Expanded Dimensions||ø7.1" x 3.3" (ø180 x 85 mm)|
|Folded Dimensions||ø3.1" x 3.3" (ø80 x 85 mm)|
|Material||Stainless Steel, Aluminum|
Questions and Answers
This stove is loud! It sounds like a loud torch or like pink noise. Running the stove turned up all the way I measured the noise level at 95dB (C weighted) from ~1 foot away with a SPL meter. After using it for about 8 minutes while standing close so I could observe my boiling tests I had a very slight ringing in my ears.
In my boiling tests I brought 1L of ~58F tap water to a rolling boil in a conventional small 1L sauce pan in 4:40 with the stove turned up all the way. Using an aluminum kettle with a heat exchanger on the bottom very similar to the 1.5L Vortex pot Monoprice sells I was able to bring 1L of the same ~58F tap water to a rolling boil in 3:15 with the stove turned up all the way. Both tests were run with Coleman Fuel. These times are much faster than a conventional gas stove you’d find in a kitchen using the same pots. Using the same temperature water and pots boils water in 8-9 minutes on the gas stove in my kitchen.
Contrary to another review, it definitely has the ability to regulate heat output via the flow control knob. It's not a very precise adjustment especially at low heat. This is because the changes aren't instant. It takes some number of seconds for the adjustment to be reflected in the flame as there's some fuel already in the system after the flow control knob that still needs to burn off. Also, small turns of the knob make a big difference at low heat. Ultimately, it's not a stove people are likely to try to simmer on so I'm not sure how much that will matter to users.
Also, my stove had the jet plugged out of the box with what appeared to be corrosion of the brass and I had to clear it with a needle before fuel would flow through it.
11 months ago
Pros: Solid build design, light. easy setup and use.
Takes only around 20 pumps to get great high heat.
No instructions on use or maintenance! Very dangerous if you haven't used a liquid stove pack stove.
No flow valve controller to regulate heat output.
For the first few uses it seemed to do fairly well at high elevation, but in one of the first few uses I think I backed off the valve a bit too far and cracked the plastic. A few days later using it at home it sputtered when lighting which caused the leaking valve to catch on fire setting the bottle on fire.
By the time you add in the cost of a fuel bottle I don't think it was worth it.
6 months ago
5 months ago