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Snowpeak GigaPower Stove with manual ignition is an incredibly small, lightweight, and convenient canister stove. This powerful little stove weighs just 3.25 oz but produces 10,000 BTUs (most camping stoves are 8-9,000 BTUs). Use this backpacking stove with Snow Peak fuel in temperatures as low as 14°F (-10° C). The Snow Peak GigaPower Stove is designed to stow with a fuel canister in a Snowpeak Solo Combo Cook Set. The GigaPower backpacking stove burns 45 minutes at maximum gas output (10,000 BTUs) with the GP-110 fuel canister. This lightweight, compact camping/backpacking stove comes in a high-quality plastic carrying case. Also available in a titanium version (our item no. SNO0004). **DOES NOT INCLUDE FUEL CANISTER.

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How stable is this stove with a 1 or 1.5 liter pot? Will the flame concentrate in the middle and burn the food in the middle of the pot? OR does it spread out and evenly cook the whole pot?

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Hey Sas,

I've used this stove with the GSI Pinnacle Dualist, which is a 1.8L pot, and I've had no issues with it spot heating. I've used the pot for boiling pasta, cooking oatmeal, "sauteeing" vegetables, and cooking/heating stews. I'd say this stove has a pretty even flame pattern, although you won't be able to have the simmer control that a MSR Dragonfly would have.

Let me know if you have any other questions or want to place an order.

Ben

1-800-409-4502 ext. 4767
brabinowitz@backcountry.com

5 5

reliable, quick, and compact!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

love this little stove and the power it puts out. sturdier than the 3-prong MSR version and great variable control.

5 5

Invaluable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Very reliable and the temperature control lets you go from a light simmer to a full-blast boil. And it is made even better by the low price!

4 5

Solid Little Stove

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Really, my title pretty much sums it up. This stove is super sturdy. There's not much on here to break! It's super lightweight. I keep it in my mess kit and forget it's there. And it works great. It throws a healthy flame, but simmers great too. I've never had any problems with it. Do I wish it had an ignitor sometimes? Sure! But it's not that big of a deal. I just cram a Bic in the carrying case. It's a tight squeeze, but do-able.

How easy is it to find canisters on the...

How easy is it to find canisters on the AT or CT? I assume you can't mail these in drop boxes.

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True, you can't mail them. But they fit on any standard small canister. They're sold in any outdoor store, any factory/army surplus store, and in some areas even Wal-Mart and gas stations carry them. They're pretty ubiquitous.

4 5

Gigapower

Bought this for long skimo missions to melt water. Works well with my Ti snowpeak pot and a small gas cannister. All fits together into the pot. It doesn't melt as fast as my Reactor but it packs up smaller and lighter. Definitely a balance when deciding what is the priority. Still experimenting to determine the water/gas ratio.

5 5

Love this little stove.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a great little stove. Easy to use, super light weight and reliable. I throw it into my pack even just for day hikes.
Highly recommended!

5 5

does it all

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Almost any stove can boil water fast. The important thing to me in a stove is how does it simmer? This stove goes from hi to low really well. Oh, and you don't even notice you're carrying it.

5 5

Small ,light but powerful.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I love that this stove is light and small enough to take on a quick overnight, but has the power and long fuel burn time for lone trips.
It can hold pots very well for its size.

5 5

Sweet stove

so small. so light. so easy. boils water fast with my titanium pot. love it

5 5

The Best

There's a reason that there are more reviews on this stove than any other and it's the same reason that these are "temporarily out of stock" as I write this review .... It's the best. Small, light, bullet proof and powerful. Buy the wind screen ... it will come in handy.

5 5

Great stove

Boils water super fast, works very well. Very small and packable.

5 5

Fantastic Little Stove!

I was trying to decide between a legitimate lightweight backpacking stove and the ultralight homemade alcohol stoves that I've been messing with and decided I might as well go for the real thing to see how it feels in the pack and how well it burns. Well, let me tell you something - this thing boils water fast (3-4 minutes on high) compared to the alcohol stoves (about 6 minutes) and the weight savings isn't that noticeable in my pack. I use a Golite Jam for my overnight pack and the added weight between the canister and this stove compared to the soda can stove and the alcohol is worth the difference in performance to me. I can put a Jetboil canister, a Sea to Summit fold-able titanium spork, and the GigaPower stove all in my Snow Peak Ti 700 cup and it makes for an outstanding lightweight cook kit. I've had no trouble with the wind since I was able to put the stove on the leeward side of a log while cooking and lighting the stove is no problem with a Bic. Unless you are trying to shave off every ounce at the detriment of comfort, I would highly recommend this stove - top notch.