Multi-fuel stove designed to be used with twigs to reduce need to carry fuel
Iso-Propane fuel can be used with optional gas adapter
Stove nests with the cutting board for easy storage
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
Stove: Stainless steel and aluminum; Cutting Board: Bamboo and aluminum; Coffee Maker: Stainless steel; Lighting Sticks: Wood pieces, wax; Drawstring Bag: Nylon; Carrying Case: EVA plastic
Original: One multi-fuel stove, one cutting board, one stovetop espresso coffee maker, one pack of lighting sticks, one drawstring bag; Basic: One multi-fuel stove, one cutting board, one drawstring bag; Plus: One multi-fuel stove, one cutting board, one gas adapter, one drawstring carry bag; Complete: One multi-fuel stove, one cutting board, one gas adapter, one stovetop espresso coffee maker, one carrying case
It’s all the easier to do some real wilderness cooking with nCamp's multi-fuel stove. Its collapsible, wood-burning combustion chamber means that you’ll have a ready supply of biomass and no fear of running out of fuel (though this multi-talented stove also works with liquid, solid, and gas fuels). The cutting board, meanwhile, makes chopping, staging, and serving a breeze. The two were designed to nest together for easy transport. These kitchen camping sets have options to pair this dynamic duo with a coffee maker, lighting sticks and more.
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.