We love watching videos of factories making things we take for granted. Process X takes us inside the Nitinen factory in Japan that makes 17 million cans of butane fuel each year. The assembly line ballet starts with printed metal blanks which they bend and assemble into cans, then attach lids, valves, and eventually fill with gas.
Bask in the warming glow of a real flame by your campsite. This lightweight lantern from Firemaple runs on isobutane or propane and includes a lightweight hard case to protect its heat-proof borosilicate glass while traveling. Upgrade to the premium version and get a handsome leather cover for its fuel canister.