Stove Butane Single W/Case (1)12,000 Btu

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.9 pounds
  • ASIN: B002QUT3AU

Customer Reviews

It has a heat sink (That’s important)

90 of 95 people found the following review helpful
 on February 14, 2013
By drtrech
This is the first and only butane burner I’ve purchased, so I have no way to make direct comparisons. But I did a fair amount of comparison shopping and found the following:

Great alternative for those stuck with glasstop stoves

62 of 64 people found the following review helpful
 on March 11, 2013
By Jon D. Mitchell
I bought this stove because I love cooking with a wok, and that ain’t happening with the glass top stove I currently have. This stove will not reach those true ‘glowing wok’ temperatures, but it does put out enough heat to get a nice sear on meats, provided you don’t throw 2 pounds of beef in all at once. I love the way everything slides around on that hot wok, even the gas stove at my last house wasn’t able to achieve that.

Fantastic! Gas cooking in my electric kitchen.

42 of 48 people found the following review helpful
 on February 21, 2013
By T. Briner
I recently came upon some old family iron skillets. They are old and the bases are uneven so cooking on my electric stovetop is not really practical. I found myself wishing I had a gas stove. I began “googling” gas burners that were safe for indoor use. I found several products, most of which use butane. After reading the reviews, I decided to pay a few extra bucks and get the Iwatani brand. Wow. What a great choice. It has excellent safety features that were very well thought out. One of the coolest is the simplest. If you look at the picture, you will notice the little lever next to the heat control. This engages the propane. The case is designed so that when you place it in the case, that lever hits the side of the case and is forced up to disengage the propane tank when you store it. Very simple and very cool. It starts without effort. simply rotate the temp knob to the far endstop and the flame ignites at full height, then you adjust it back to your desired cooking level. It really could not be easier.

Great little stove.

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
 on May 4, 2013
By bv
Fires up easily, burns hot, adjustable flame, cheap fuel. A bit more stylish than other burners and comes with a durable carrying case. Nothing to complain about…it’s a decent priced burner that just works.

Great stove. VERY HOT for cooking

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
 on January 31, 2015
By Esteban A. Valle
If there is any fault to this product, it’s that it is too hot. To cook a normal meal with this burner using normal aluminum pans, I have to have the knob turned to well below “simmer.” On high, this thing will probably melt straight through the pan! (not literally)

Great for outdoor and travel cooking as well as counter top

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
 on December 2, 2013
By G. Takamiya
Great little cooker. I have an electric stove which doesn’t heat high enough for sauteing. Hubby and I decided to buy a gas stove but being out in the woods, we would have to have a propane tank put in and lines ran as well as purchase an expensive stove for our needs. So instead, we got the brilliant idea of buying a small gas stove. This was our answer. I use this little stove to stir fry with a cast iron wok. Does a great job, but I don’t stop there. During holidays and parties, I get that little marvel out on the counter and cook a number of things while the stove is being occupied. Boils water fast and sauteing is no longer a problem with the BTU’s this stove puts out. It’s like having another stove in my kitchen or outbuilding for that matter.

Fantastic burner, with minor sizing issue.

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
 on January 25, 2015
By Andy Cho
This burner don’t joke around. Its got some serious firepower for being a portable burner. I use this when I want to do some wok cooking. Since the stove I have is electric, anything gas powered is better than those electric ones when you’re trying to cook with woks.

1 cannister was good for about 5 leisurely fondues

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
 on June 22, 2015
By Linda A. Maillard
My husband and I used these type of units for years to make cheese or meat fondues at the dinner table. 1 cannister was good for about 5 leisurely fondues. Also, if you live in Hurricane or Earthquake or etc. etc. country ….. they give you wonderful peace of mind to know you have a way to cook or at least make a pot of coffee in the event of a power outage.

Love this little stove

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
 on October 24, 2013
By Todd
I love this little stove, I’m using it on my boat and it works great, I should have gotten it long ago. It puts out a lot of heat, i’ve had to use it on the low-medium settings. On med-high it would probably put out plenty of heat for a large wok.

Great portable camping stove!

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
 on November 13, 2014
By quackslayer
Used this on a recent waterfowl hunting trip to ND, worked great, fires up every single time. You don’t have to use the Iwatani brand butane either, Butane from Gasone on this site works just as well.
Used this on a recent waterfowl hunting trip to ND, worked great, fires up every single time. You don’t have to use the Iwatani brand butane either, Butane from Gasone on this site works just as well.

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