Mini camping Stove
Mini camping Stove
Mini camping Stove
Mini camping Stove
Near Zero Ultralight Backpacking Mini-Stove
Near Zero Ultralight Backpacking Mini-Stove
Near Zero Ultralight Backpacking Mini-Stove

Mini Stove

Regular price $24.50 Save $-24.50
759 in stock

The Near Zero mini stove is ultralight (1.6 oz.), compact (1 x 1 x 2 inches), and foldable for the backcountry. This pocket canister stove system fits in the palm of your hand. Expand the serrated pot-support feet to securely hold various pot sizes.

  • Adjustable control valve for fast maximum heat output after ignition. Easily adjust from simmer to rolling boil
  • High-speed rotating central flame evenly disperses heat, which can boil 2 cups of water in only 2 minutes
  • Universal tread which fits widely available self-sealing isobutane-propane fuel canisters
  • Fuel consumption of 0.3lb/h
  • Includes clear hard case and small cloth sack for convenient and easy storage; use clear hard case for extra protection, or only the cloth bag for stowing in compact places

Technical Specs

Best Use Backpacking
Weight 1.6 oz. (47 g)
Dimensions 1.2 x 1.2 x 2 inches (folded)
2.7 x 3.1 inches (open)
Flame Control Adjustable
Fuel Type Butane/propane mix
Materials Stainless steel, aluminum & brass
Maximum Energy Output 2,800 watts

 

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Customer Reviews

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Luke Roberts
Great stove

I love this stove. Small, durable and powerful. What more could you want?

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SDroadBiker
mighty, tiny, awesome!!

Amazingly tiny and lightweight but easily boils water using standard butane/propane canister with titanium pot.

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Lee McNeil

Mini Stove

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JB
Worked like a charm

This stove has performed perfectly thus far. The highest I used this was about 11,200', just below tree line, with no issues. It is light, packs up small, and gets the job done. Great value. Don't let the low price scare you, this stoves works great.

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Paul Jaussi
Better than JetBoil

This is my fourth backpacking stove and may be my last. We took it to the High Uintas of Utah along with the Near Zero teapot and the system performed perfectly. Our group also had a JetBoil so we were able to compare. Con: The JetBoil was faster, of course. Pros: You cannot beat the lightweight system. It is well build and much better than my other "pocket" stove. Wide fingers kept the pot secure. It is actually powerful and heated very quickly; 4 minutes to a rolling boil for 1L of direct spring water (ice cold). I wrapped my dish towel around the stove and stored in the teapot while hiking. Our party of five agreed that the Near Zero system was better than the JetBoil system for backpacking.


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