GSI Outdoors made the Pinnacle Stove light and compact for ultralight backpacking and alpine climbing. Its high-efficiency burner balances between a fast boil time and reduced fuel usage, and the support arms fold down for compact storage. There's a control valve for micro-adjustments, and the four-season has a separated canister mount and folding legs that work particularly well on snowy grounds. GSI Outdoors included a bag, and ensured that the stove fits in GSI's nForm cookware supplies.
- High-efficiency burner with folding support arms
- Micro control valve
- Canister mount with folding legs on 4-season
- nForm Cookware System compatible
- Bag included
- Item #GSI000U
- Fuel Type
- Boil Time
- [4-season] 3 min 30 sec, [standard] 3 min 55 sec
- Heat Output
- [4-season] 7829 BTU/h, [standard] 8768 BTU/h
- Fuel Bottle/Canister Included
- [4-season] 2 x 1.8 x 3.2in, [standard] 2.1 x 1.6 x 3in
- Claimed Weight
- [4-season] 5.8oz, [standard] 2.4oz
- Manufacturer Warranty
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June 26, 2021
great stove but uses a ton of fuel
Watch the youtube video on this where they turn the tank on its side in the coldest of winters. This stove really does everything it claims and so much more. We did the 4 season which there is no picture for. The tank attaches by a metal tube, included in the package. This allows you to do a liquid feed on super cold days and tank up for everything else. It is not efficient, more of a real fast boiling flame thrower that uses a quarter of a 400g can of fuel every time you boil something. You can regulate it down to a simmer with a little work and it is very solid. Even fairly large pots sit on it nicely, two and three liter is what we tried and it was nice! We bought a second one which at 80 bucks, says it all. It is worth the luxury 5 ounce weight and the flame is nice and smooth. What a great product for anyone who wants a stove that will work perfectly all the time. PS: No wind guard was purchased. In high wind it stayed lit and heated 2 liters of water to a boil at 7,000 feet in about 15 minutes with a half a can of fuel. Gets the job done every time!
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