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Easy start to ultralight backpacking.
Snow Peak wants to get you outdoors and on the trails, which is why it assembled the Starter Kit. This super-compact, lightweight kit includes everything you need to cook on solo backpacking trips: a GigaPower stove, a Titanium Trek 700 pot, and a Titanium Spork. The stove fits easily inside the Snow Peak pot, creating a tidy unit that packs easily and weighs only 9.15oz total (including spork).
- Stove with adjustable flame attaches easily to Snow Peak Gigapower propane/isobutane fuel canister (not included)
- Ultralight pot holds 24 ounces
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Does the stove come with the windscreen,...
Does the stove come with the windscreen, or is that an accessory that needs to be purchased separately?
Thanks for your question.
This item does not come with a windscreen, that is to be bought separately. Below I have included a link to the Gigapower stove windscreen Item # SNO0008.
Great Package deal...perfect for Solo!
I recommend this set. Much Lighter then my Aluminum Set and all the right features, lid, spork etc.... The auto Start on the stove is great. Only issue I see but nothing broken yet was the valve that turns the flow on is very delicate and seems to be weak unlike my pocket rocket. Will have see how long it goes before possibly breaking or leaking....
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
well first off i did alot of research on stoves before i actually got one and i seen this stove and then also seen this package with titanium pot with spork and the stove is solid and very dependable besides maybe o rings i cant imagine i will need to replace much else on it in my years of future and present use its all light compact and amazing the auto start is working out great heats water in majic times extremely suited for one or two if needed i would and will tell people about my humble exp with this stove satasfied is the word for this package will never use aluminum again unless im dieing and someone steals my new titanium 700
Small but Mighty
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've had the Gigapower stove for 5 years now and it's still going strong. My brother and I go at it over white gas v ISO fuels, and you guessed it, I'm not a white gas guy.
The giga is tiny, super light and dependable. I've used it at lower elevations (13,500) in super cold conditions and no issues with the stove clogging. Not the most powerful stove out there, so if you're a guide doing group cooking and melting LOTS of snow, this may not be the stove for you. But for solo or two teammates doing winter assaults, this is a great stove. Small, compact, with enough power to handle your needs (especially cooking in the tent out of the wind).