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Compact Multi-Fuel Backpacking Stove Compact Multi-Fuel Backpacking Stove

Compact Multi-Fuel Backpacking Stove

by nCamp

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  • Instructions: Place the stove on a stable, non-flammable surface. Collect dry twigs and break them to fit within the chamber. Light a stick and carefully place it into the chamber. When a fire starts burning, carefully add sticks until the chamber is full. Works best with pots and pans 8″ in diameter or less
  • Top plate keeps cookware stable and retains heat
  • Iso-Propane fuel can be used with optional gas adapter
  • Combustion chamber creates Venturi effect for better/faster heating
  • Vent holes shed ash and allow airflow
  • Designed to nest with the Camping Cutting Board with Feet
  • Please note: For outdoor use only. Only use one fuel type at a time. Do not use gasoline or any highly flammable fuel not listed above. Use only as directed. Keep out of reach of children
  • Made in China
Stainless steel and aluminum
Hand wash with water and soap. After use allow stove to cool before handling. Remove ash and stow
One multi-fuel stove, optional gas adapter
Collapsed: 6.5" x 9" x 1.5"; Set up: 6.5" x 9" x 6.3"
1.8 lbs
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Compact Multi-Fuel Backpacking Stove

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The nCamp Multi-Fuel Camping Stove is designed to use twigs for fuel, reducing weight in your pack and providing a seemingly endless supply of fuel. The stove has an innovative collapsing combustion chamber, allowing it to pack flat and reducing bulk in your pack. It's designed to use wood but it can also use solid (hexamine), liquid fuels (diethylene glycol) and Iso-Propane (with the custom nCamp Gas Adapter).


nCamp's mission is to meet the needs of the growing number of campers, backpackers, and outdoor recreational enthusiasts by designing an alternative to the portable stoves and camp kitchen gear currently on the market. Makers Dan Cuffaro and John Cunningham found they were often facing the same hurdles when venturing into the outdoors: lugging the bulky hardware and fuel required to do any cooking, the struggle to keep utensils clean, and most importantly, the chance of running out of fuel.

Camping gear should never be a burden, only a tool that places an emphasis on experiencing the outdoors. Their mantra "make it compact, reduce weight, and elevate the experience" complements their tagline: pack small, adventure big. more Their Story