Innovation meets practicality with the tough, technical and foldable Brunton Raptor canister stove. At last, there is an incredibly simple butane stove that does everything you need it to very well. The Brunton Raptor canister stove integrates an electric Piezo ignition onto a portable burner that gives you high output on a sturdy stainless steel platform. You can crank out 11,000 btu with this reliable new cooker, and boil an entire liter of water in just over four minutes. The Raptor folds down into a small pack and weighs only a mere five ounces.
The Brunton Raptor butane canister stove in an excellent choice for campers and kayakers who need a portable way to have a hot meal. Though butane is not the most cost-effective source of cooking heat, it is very stable and readily available wherever you happen to be located. The electric Piezo ignition makes getting the flame started a snap, and the tripod-style platform provides excellent stability, even when cooking on the ground. This is really a handy little stove, and the included nylon case makes it all look so good.
I would rate my review of the Brunton Raptor butane canister stove as a 5 out of 5 stars. This canister stove is clearly made with great detail and fine craftsmanship. Brunton is well known for producing the highest quality camping products, and that quality really shows through with the Brunton Raptor butane canister stove. From its attractive design to its tiny footprint, this stove is sure to make you a happy camper.
– Super compact, lightweight design
– Piezo electric ignition
– Precision simmering control
– Large, sturdy pot supports
– Tough nylon case included
Dimensions: 1.7” x 1.5” x 2.5” (folded) Weight: 5 oz. Fuel Type: Isobutane canisters Rating: 3200 watts / 11,000 btu (Approximate) Burn Time: Up to 1.5 hours at high output (one 8 oz canister) Boil Time: As fast as 4 minutes (varies with altitude, temperature, etc.) MSRP: $49.95
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