Esbit Pocket Stove Large

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Esbit Pocket Stove Large -
Ideal for backpacking, camping or your home or auto emergency kit, these small, compact stoves fold and can fit in a pocket. With two selectable cooking grades for the small and three for the large, the Esbit Pocket Stoves are suitable for use with cups, pots, and pans. Includes twelve Esbit 14 g solid fuel tablets that will burn about 12 minutes each.

Fabric:

  • Constructed from durable, galvanized steel.

Insulation:

  • Folds down to a small, compact size.

Pockets:

  • Pocket Stove is used within NATO.

Features:

  • Cooking grade is selectable in three steps; suitable for cups, pots, and pans.
  • Includes 12 Esbit 14 g solid fuel tablets - extra solid fuel tablets store inside stove.
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Dimensions?Large (closed/folded):5.2" x 3.8" x 1.5" (13.2 cm x 9.6 cm x 3.9 cm)
Weight?Large (including solid fuel):12.7 oz. (360 g)

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Esbit Pocket Stove Large Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Works great at lower altitudes

I've used the stove and tabs multiple times at altitudes below 3,000 feet while motorcycle camping in the Appalachians. Using a stainless-steel cup it heats 8-10 ounces of water for instant coffee on one tab and a can of beef stew to eating temp on 2/3-3/4 tab. (If breezy add a small windscreen made from aluminum foil for best results.) Unused portion can be extinguished and reused. Leaves tarry residue on bottom of metal cup but this cleans off okay w/ Dr. Bronner's. Tabs smell like fish so keep in glass jar or other impermeable container to avoid attracting bears and raccoons (and having everything in your saddlebag or backpack smell the same).
Wojay at Campmor on 05/05/2013

Stove served the purpose

I backpacked this weekend with a group one of the women used this stove to heat water for tea, etc. The stove worked fine for the purpose intended. The water boiled with one cube, two cubes for a pot of water. It worked just as well as the coleman single burner stove I used, and it was considerably smaller and lighter weight. I intend to get one.
Adirondack chik at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Negative Reviews:

I'm concerned

I normally use MSR white gas products in the field, but I wanted to experiment with the tablet stove just to cut weight. To be fair, I did not use the tablet stove. Instead, I tried to boil water at 7000 feet with a standard three rock arrangement. The pot was less then one inch from the fuel tablet and boiling failed on one tab. There was no wind nor was it particularly cold in October. Maybe 51 degrees.

I built a small wood fire to complete my boil.

I'd use the tabs for emergency fire starting. but I would not say that they are a regular device for making dinner happen. I hate to bag on a procuct, but that is what happened to me.
Louie at Campmor on 03/03/2013