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    3 Reviews


    Small, but packs a punch.

    When you're keeping your campground setup simple, or are even establishing camp a little distance from the parking (and all the other people), the Baja Single Burner Stove is a smart choice. This lightweight stove delivers plenty of performance but is easy to pack and transport thanks to its slim profile and light weight.
    • Liquid injection stove ideal for cold-weather performance
    • Folding legs and ample cooking surface make meal preparation easier and more comfortable
    • Fuel canister not included
    • Integrates into Snow Peak Iron Grill Table system
    • Nylon carrying case included
    • Item #SNO0112

    Tech Specs

    strainless steel, aluminum, brass
    Fuel Type
    propane / isobutane mix
    Boil Time
    (1 liter water) 4 min 30 sec
    Burn Time
    (250g canister) 60 min, (500g canister) 120 min
    Heat Output
    12,000 BTU
    14 x 9.8 x 5.5 in
    Claimed Weight
    6.2 lb
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

    California Proposition 65


    This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

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    No protective case

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    First, the single burner works well and it’s a high quality stove. However...for the price I would have expected it to come with a protective case. It doesn’t. I had to figure that out myself.

    Second, I’m not a fan of the legs. If it didn’t have those delicate legs you just might be able to use a small Dutch oven on it. After all, it’s NOT a backpackers stove. My overall feeling about is is kind of meh. Could live without it.

    No protective case

    It's HEAVY man!!!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought this for car camping. Heavier than what I was expecting. Had some issues with the underneath canister. Finicky. Did not have any problems with flame adjustment, but I didn't like the location of the control adjustment. Maybe my fat fingers. Anyway I'm getting use to it and use a propane adapter.

    Solid from sear to simmer

      I Just received the Baja and put it to home use right away. First test: Salmon and Asparagus. Going full blast the burner heated a 12" cast iron quickly, and maintained very steady, high heat for good searing. Finding the point in the fuel control to reduce to simmer can be touchy, but it really does simmer when you want it to. The stove integrates into the Iron Grill Table (IGT) setup from Snowpeak very well, being dropped in from the top and resting on the aluminum rails of the table frame. This is a pretty heavy piece of cooking equipment, but it appears well built, has well thought out elements in terms of cooking with or without the IGT setup, and it goes well from whisper to roar. As a single burner this one is pretty solid. Enjoy the food!