Trying to cook on an ultralight backpacking stove while car camping can be a pain in the rear, and hauling a giant propane grill is out of the question when your campsite is more than a few steps from your parking spot. Find a happy medium with the Snow Peak Bipod Stove, the lightweight stove that finds a perfect sweet spot between on-the-move backpacking convenience and casual camping capability. Snowpeak designed this remote-canister stove to accommodate both 110g and 250g fuel canisters. It puts out an impressive 11,600 BTUs, which can bring a liter of room temperature water to a boil in under 3. 5 minutes. Compact and easy to use, the Bipod Stove features a larger burner head that works with pots and pans big and small.
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