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    Pure Outdoor by Monoprice Universal Backpacking Stove
    Product # 15634
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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
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    Is there a good instruction guide or manual on the proper care and usage for the different fuels that this stove can use?
    A shopper on Jun 6, 2017
    The specifications list the materials as "stainless steel and aluminum." What materials are used in the hose and pump?
    Dave H on Oct 1, 2017
    Anybody measured flame temp. ° f maximum? 2440 ° f ?
    A shopper on Jun 25, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Flame temp is going to be fuel dependant as different gasses will burn at different temps. Look up the flame temp for the gas intending to be used and there you will have it. Actual output may vary slightly with wind but then you just use a windbreak of any kind to block that if it's a big enough concern.
    Can the standard Coleman green propane tanks be used for this stove?
    Siu C on Nov 9, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No. This stove is a liquid fuel stove. Think of the states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) at normal temperatures and pressures. i.e. "liquid" like gasoline for your car, not "gas" like natural gas that your home stove/oven uses. Propane is a "gas" type fuel. This will run off of almost any liquid fuel like: white gas, gasoline, kerosene, diesel, naphtha (lighter fluid) etc. Remember that you will also need to buy a metal bottle for the fuel (not currently sold on MonoPrice, from what I can tell). The orange/black pump and opaque/white pickup tube go into the bottle with the fuel. You pump it up to provide the pressure to push the fuel to the burner.
    Will the stove turn down to a simmer and still operate well?
    A shopper on Sep 25, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: theoretically yes, you can turn down the valve to control the flames, but in practice, because of the lagging response, its very difficult to turn it down and not turn it off. I guess with practice, you'll know where the sweet spot is. But to tell you the truth, the stove was not as powerful as I had hope. The top priming plate blocks off a lot of the jet, and at full on position, I could not get a rolling boil. Might as well be just simmering. But that could be because I didn't get a good seal with the fuel bottle. Will try again.
    What empty fuel bottles work with this stove?
    A shopper on Nov 28, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: I purchased the MSR bottle and it works fine. The threading is standardized so you should be okay on any bottle purchase.
    3.9 / 5.0
    14 Reviews
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    1 Star
    Powerful but noisy stove
    It's fairly light, not very large, and makes a lot of heat. However, the instructions are not very good. They seemed to be copied from another stove and reference specific features this stove doesn't have like a preheating mat or leather packing for the pump.

    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.
    March 11, 2017
    1 year ago
    Solid design room for improvement
    Decent weight, fits inside of the 1.5 liter pot sold here.

    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.
    November 28, 2016
    needs improvement
    I had high hopes for this stove, and it seemed like a good backup that could run on coleman fuel or gasoline when car camping. As noted in other reviews it is extremely noisy and doesn't come with a necessary fuel bottle.
    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.
    July 28, 2017
    1 year ago
    Performs like the big names
    Reasonable price with good performance. I have tested with gas and E85 and works great with either fuel. Puts out a good amount of heat for cooking and boiling water. Compact for primitive camping. Easy to take apart and clean/lube with the existing tools and additional jets. I may buy another one in the near future.
    July 5, 2017
    1 year ago
    Almost but not quite
    As a veteran outdoors guy I have a passion for collecting stoves (for some reason), which is why I bought this one. This stove is basically an MSR XGK knockoff. While similar burner as the Dragonfly, is DOES NOT simmer like one. I would consider this an expedition/big mountain snow melter, certainly not a gourmet cooker. It performs pretty much identically to any MSR white gas stove. I did find priming more finicky than my MSR stoves, and while I'm a master at starting those, I did fail on my latest attempt to light it. The valve and jet seems less consistent than an MSR, and start up sputtering seems to be an issue every time. Overall, I think it is what it is: an XGK knock off at a much lower price but also compromising quality and functionality. I'll need to continue testing at home before having confidence for the backcountry. Oh, also, as with the XGK and Dragonfly, don't plan on any soft conversation, and everyone on the mountain will know your dirty laundry :-)
    February 7, 2018
    7 months ago
    Works very well
    Easy to light, produces good heat. Burns very cleanly with white gas no soot on bottom of pan after 5 minutes of use.
    The only negative is that the design of the pan supports will not work with a pan that's relatively small in diameter. Much like the MSR Whisper stove at 5X + the price of this stove won't handle them either.
    June 25, 2018
    3 months ago
    Back Packing Stove
    I was looking for an inexpensive, light and compact stove to carry a spare on a three week kayak trip this summer This one certainly satisfies the price consideration.

    We tried it once, cooked one dinner at home, and it worked fine. I hope it holds up in case it is actually needed.

    I like having the spare parts.
    March 25, 2018
    6 months ago
    Follow the directions and it works...
    The directions aren’t perfect but follow them and you will be happy. 15.00 (on sale) vs 100-150 who cares that’s it’s not as well built, take it easy on the valve it’s plastic.. and buy 2 to have a spare, cool thing is it comes with lots of extra parts to fix it when something fails. Buy a BRS bottle off eBay or amazon for 8-13 bucks or splurge for an msr. For under 30$ you won’t have to lug around a LP tank, and as a moto-camper the extra gasoline is more useful than propane. Ps it’s not worth the “full” listed price when you can get an msr with a bottle for 100$
    June 5, 2018
    3 months ago
    OK stove, great - for the money spent.
    Good stove for the money, very loud, to the point that I worried about waking up the neighbors at the campground, sounds like a fighter jet. Would be nice if the pump was detachable. The valve is pretty much useless - it is either on or off, you cant really adjust the flame. But then again, stoves of this type and this size cost easily over $100, so for the money, it is great.
    August 18, 2017
    1 year ago
    For the price you can't beat it
    Where do i begin... This stove is really well made for the price. She takes a little bit of convincing to start but once she is running she'll burn for a solid hour. I use car gasoline to burn and with the temps this stove reaches it leaves no black residue on the bottom of my pans. It basically has three modes: Off, Low burn, and High. There is no fine adjustment. Good for weekend camping trips but won't recommend if this stove is a super critical part of your kit, like if you're climbing the Alps or something.
    June 5, 2018
    9 months ago