This portable gas stove captures the heat generated while cooking food to charge a 3200 mAh battery pack and gadgets via its USB port. It comes in propane and butane fuel versions and includes an LED light bar that the fire can also power.
This ultra-compact outdoor cooker is great for quick meal prep when camping or hiking. The steel stove weighs just 1 lb., and measures just 4″ x 4″ x 2.75″ when folded. Works with a variety of fuel sources, including fuel tablets, Sterno, wood, charcoal, or an alcohol burner.
The Stash lets you carry a functional stove in your backpack, while only adding 7.1 oz. to your pack weight. Its made from lightweight titanium and is perfect for quickly boiling water for coffee, tea, or cooking freeze-dried meals. It runs on propane and features FluxRing tech, which boils 2 cups of water in just 2.5 minutes.
Wheel rims from a car seem like an odd material for building a wood-burning stove, but that’s exactly what André Göbel of Create Custom Designs did, a set of old steel rims to provide the structure for a cylindrical stove inspired by Bullerjan stoves, which use bent pipes to circulate cold air from the bottom and out of its top.
Wika Technology’s FlexFire are ultra light flat pack camping stoves. They can be assembled in just a minute and can be used with wood, gas and Trangia. They’re made of temperature- and corrosion-resistant material and comes with an ashplate to prevent ground contact.
The new Jetboil Flash Cooking System can boil 16 oz of water in just 100 seconds, while consuming half the fuel of regular stoves. It has a thermochromic indicator that tells you when the water is ready, and an insulated koozie so you can drink straight from the Flash.
The Yabul Cook is a portable cooker that’s perfect for light camping and outdoor use. It comes with five self-heating food packs that boil water or food in 10 to 15 minutes. Its silicone body and lid can be rolled up into a compact form when not in use.