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About Esbit Solid Fuel Stove and Cook Set

Esbit Solid Fuel Stove and Cook Set
Esbit Solid Fuel Stove and Cook Set is great for heating water or food on the trail, such as a quick cup of coffee, tea, or soup. This is lightweight, self-contained complete cooking system is constructed from hard-anodized aluminium and works with solid fuel. The stove fits in the pot, which has folding handles and a small pour spout, making it space and weight efficient for hiking and backpacking. The pot's folding handles have silicone grips for protection from heat and it all fits in the included mesh stuff sack. Esbit Solid Fuel Stove and Cook Set are ideal for backpackers and campers who like to travel extremely light.

Esbit Solid Fuel Stove and Cook Set Features

  • 2 hinged, stainless steel, silicone-coated grips
  • Constructed from extremely light
  • Esbit solid fuel tablets
  • Fuel not included
  • Hard-anodized aluminum
  • Includes 19.80 oz. pot, lid
  • Pot with volume indicators in mililiter/oz
  • Stores in included mesh bag
  • Wind deflector to be used
  • Wind deflector

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horrible smell for the fuel


I had to return it. I couldn't get close enough to cook anything due to the terrible, noxious odor coming from the burning fuel tablet.


Nice Stove


This is a solid and durable little stove that is great for its intended use - boiling water. I have used this stove on numerous military operations and Scouting campouts. It may not boil water in 3 minutes, but then again, how often do you really need boiling water in 3 minutes? For hot beverages, oatmeal, ramen/soup, and freeze dried meals, this stove is all that you really need. I do recommend that you use the Esbit fuel tabs instead of some of the cheaper brands - they burn much cleaner. I prefer the fuel tabs because they pack better, don't leak, and work well in cold weather.




It didn't begin well,I live in Colombia, and i could't import the solid fuel, i went into the mall and i found a cheap solid fuel called "pasta combustible", it was made of parafin wax, water and petroleum =/, well they burned well but they melted and made a mess (there's still black wax in the bottom of my cookset), the temperature control was awfull and my cookset became dark as coal, I had some eco-fire starters that looked like candles, i cut them in half and gave them a try, and it was perfect, no odor, great constant temperature,I can carry them anywhere, there's no restrictions at airports, they are lightweight, they last for 17 minutes, and they boil 500ml of water in 11 minutes, that means that half "candle" will boil and keep boiling for 6 minutes before it goes,(two halfs will boil 1.5l in half and hour). For me its the perfect solution, and a candle cost 40 cents (and you use half). Im soo Happy. I Boiled 500ml of water at 17.000 ft in 10 min, then i added pasta, and voila, 7 minutes boiling XD.

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Shopper  Are any fuel cubes included ?
LES J  Sorry not 100% sure but don't think so.
RYAN M  No none included
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