If you don't like the product for any reason, please contact customer service within 180 days and they will help you. The stove is made from galvanized steel and folds down to a small size. Each Esbit 14 g solid fuel tablets burns approximately 12 minutes, and one burns 500 liters of water in 8 minutes. Two cooking positions are not included. The dimensions are 3 inches wide by 3 inches tall. The weight, including solid fuel, is 6.3 ounces (180 g). The manufacturer's warranty is 2 years.
👤I bought a version of a stove on eBay that looked like it was from the 1950s, and it's amazing that the design hasn't changed in decades. You can't get a stove that is more affordable. The low price and ease of use make this one unbeatable. The consequences of the actions? One of the tablets I used did not boil much water or produce the kind of heat that I am 800-273-3217 The positives? The stove makes a cup of tea more simply than any other stove I've used. The stove is small and the tabs light up in a few seconds if you apply a flame. If you use this stove backpacking, double bagging the fuel tabs is a good idea to avoid smelling up your gear because the fuel tabs have a strong odor. There are many ways to purchase this stove on Amazon, so keep in mind that you can buy many tabs with some stoves or just a few.
👤You'll be happy to pay for this amazing WWII technology. I own one in each vehicle, one in my day pack, and one in my 72 hour kit. The fuel is kept out of the air. In almost any weather, one tab will boil 12 ounces of water. If you're more frugal, you could go for a whole weekend with this stove. As a member of the SAR, I learned about these gems. I kept one in my pack to warm lost hikers. The stove is so small that it can fit inside a coffee cup and a Bic butane lighter. I lit one up at 10,000 feet on Mt Humphreys in a snowstorm in Arizona, as well as on an unexpected bivouac in Afghanistan. This is a piece of kit that won't let you down.
👤This stove is the foundation for my adventure tea kit, which will include a cup of tea by the river, a mountain top, or a lake on a cold day. Coffee fans might have some input there. I'm using it with a titanium cup in diameter of 3 inches. This is too small and only engages three of the four tabs on the stove. It took 18 12 minutes to bring 8oz of water from 65F to a boil, with an outside air temperature of 34F, and no cover on the cup. There is a Don't despair! The time was reduced to 5 minutes 56 seconds with foil wrapped around the stove and cup to focus the heat and shield wind. Fuel tablets burn for about 10 minutes. I tried the larger 27g tablets and they boiled the water in 5 minutes 38 seconds, and they burned for about 12 minutes total. There is a My tea kit, which includes a stove, titanium cup, 27g fuel cube, aluminum foil, and a teabag, weighs only 6.3oz. The included fuel tablets will leave a bit of a mark on your cooking vessel. The picture of the bottom of the cup was taken after one use. Don't put your cup on grandma's doily. The fuel cubes are like rotten fish puke. I store them in their sealed packaging inside a ziplock bag, and I can still smell them, but at a less gag-worthy level. They don't smell bad when burning, and I haven't noticed any unpleasant flavor in the water or tea, even boiling it in an uncovered cup.
A tube cooking chamber, 2 foldable parabolic reflectors, a cooking tray, a scrubby cleaning tool, and an instruction manual are included. GoSun is a low-maintenance, fuel-free cooking device. The collapsible size of the outdoor stove makes it easy to pack in a small bag. The camping stove is made of high-quality steel. The backpacking stove has a pot support base that distributes heat evenly. The style 1 is suitable for 1-2 people and has one more grill top for BBQ. They will be leaving no chemical emissions behind with no fuel canisters or alcohol needed. The camp stove uses leaves, branches and woods as fuel. The secondary combustion keeps the camping wood stove burning for 20 minutes. Protection for free from the date of its original purchase is what you get.
👤I can't say anything else. I was skeptical about the quality of the stove and how well it would work. I had seen several similar stoves that worked well, but I didn't find much information about this brand. The silverfire scout is a much more expensive stove than the one I realized is made in China and rebranded to many different companies. I was expecting something cheap and flimsy, but the product is very good. The single walled base of the stove's body is made of thick double walled STAINLESS and it has zero flex. The basket that drops in to the stove body is made of high quality material. One part days 5.11 inches and another part days 5.5 inches were the dimensions I was concerned about. I can confirm that the stove has a diameter of 5.25 inches at its widest point and fit perfectly in my ozark trail 10 piece cookset after removing some bowls. The gsi dualist is a direct copy of the ozark trail kit so it should fit in that kit as well. The center of the stove has a place for small items. I was able to fit my firesteel, a mini Bic, water proof matches, cotton balls, and a folding fork and spoon in a plastic case. I'll be updating my review with some examples of how it works and what it can do. The performance of the stove. I loaded up the stove with 2 cups of wood pellets, threw a cotton ball over it and lit it with a single strike of my firesteel. The flame was perfect and almost flowered around the top of the stove wall when the stove started its gasification process within 3 minutes. My first order of business was to make popcorn and it was perfect. I had a full pot of popcorn in less than 2 minutes. After I ate all of the popcorn, I decided to do a boil test and put on 8oz of water. The water was brought to a boil in 59 seconds. I was completely shocked. The water was taken off and let to cool down. The flame was still generating a flame above a hot bed of coal around the 1 hour mark. I put the water back on and it went to a rolling boil in about 5 minutes since the flame wasn't as intense. I had to put the coals out because it was getting late. You can see that it burned from daylight to darkness. I would use this under a tarp without fear of being smoked out, the stove put out very little smoke once the gasification process took place. I'm not concerned about how pretty my pot looks, even though it did put some soot on it. Buy it, use it and love it!
👤I was surprised to see the flames coming out of the Canway stove. It was really good. I used pellet from my local store to fuel my car. It burn for 40-50 minutes. It is a must have product for emergencies and outdoor activities. You can see attached video and pictures for burning detail. Do you think my comments/ video/ pictures make your decisions easier?
One capsule contains 215mg of sodium, 63mg of potassium, 22mg of calcium, and 11mg of magnesium. Solid fuel tablets can be used to cook and heat food, boil water, or start campfires. Each 14-gram tablet burns up to 1300F. It's ideal for boiling water and cooking in about 8 minutes. Works at high altitudes and sub-zero temperatures. Tablets can be stored for up to 10 years.
👤I tested both brands under the same circumstances and found them to perform the same way. The price for 40 v.s. 36 Esbit tablits was $29.76 at the time of purchase. I prefer the packaging of the expedition research because it hides the smell of the tablets. The Snow Peak Trek 1400 Titanium pot was used for the tests. The titanium Clikstand T-2 and the titanium Windscreen T-2C were used for the test. I started with 1.75 cups of water. The temperature at the time was 57F. The water temperature was 66F. A test was performed against a wall. The bottom of the pan was cleaned. The figures are quick. Esbit was boiled until 10:11 candle sized flame until 12:25 and expedition research was boiled until 10:20 candle sized flame until 12:30. The packaging doesn't let the smell out of the tablets. I repeated the test with other pots and stands. The pot size and distance from the flame are important. Smaller diameter pots were close to the flame. You should test your setup. Not every pot and stand combination will work well.
👤A small fire was made by this fuel tablet. I used two matches to ignite it. The cube that burnt about 12 minutes did not warm enough to cook soup. 1300-Degrees? I used it. There is a I blamed my dog for 2 days and then discovered it was the cubes. They stink so bad that they taint everything else in the bag.
👤Esbit is the standard for solid fuel in backpacking. The fuel tablets on the market are individually wrapped. That is important when you think about the smell. The smell is reduced by the individual foil packets. These burn well under all weather conditions. You can't spill them. Over time, they never lose their effectiveness. They are the industry standard. They don't get that fifth star because of cost. There are other fuel tables out there that have the same features and are just as reliable as these. I don't think it's worth increasing the price by a factor of 2 to 3.
👤They were used on a 73 mile hike with 6 adults. There are two sizes of these tabs. The 14g size was used by me. I have to compare these against cooking alternatives. A gel fuel stove, a kelley kettle, and a camping stove are included. The esbit tabs and stove were the easiest to use, lightest to carry, and worked well in rainy and windy weather. The stove is small, the fuel is light, and it works well in rainy or windy conditions, so I am convinced that these are the way to go. Each tab of this size will boil 16 ounces of water and will still have a few minutes of flame left, but will not be as hot as the last few minutes. I was able to boil 2 cups of water for 8 minutes, use 1 cup of the boiling water for food, add another cup of cold water, and still make 2 cups of hot coffee, after some practice. These don't leave any sticky messes on the pots or the stove. Some of the other solid fuel tabs have issues with this. The pots and pans needed a quick wipe on the bottom. I put small pieces of aluminum foil in the bottom of my stove and I could burn up to 6 tabs before I had to replace the foil. The best option was the Esbit tabs. The Kelley kettle was my second choice, but they got too dirty on the bottom. The kelley kettle takes up a lot more space and is less prone to spills, but it is definitely quicker to boil water. The kelley kettle has several great qualities, but I didn't like the trade-offs. The biolite stove is a joke. It took almost 10 minutes to boil water, we didn't charge our devices even after 30 minutes of burning, and it was high maintenance to keep the fire going. This one is not a good choice for hiking because of its weight and size. The gel fuel stove performed as expected. I don't like the weight, space required, or the garbage that it creates. The old fashioned campfire worked as expected. It was difficult to get that fire started since it rained every day. The heat and happiness from the campfire can't be compared to the other options. The esbits win for cooking on a hike.
The product weight is 2.7 Ounces. The product is 6.7*1.3 inches. A small cooking appliance. It's ideal for travelling, hiking, backpacking and other outdoor activities. It is lightweight and compact.
👤The stove is longer than the Esbit. I think using hand sanitizer or their fuel gel will work better than Esbit's solid fuel tabs. It burns cleaner when it heats water faster than Esbit fuel tabs. The wind guard is nice. The water was boiled in 3 minutes.
👤The mini stove was taken on a survival training course. It worked out well. Light and compact. It should be put in a small pouch with room to spare. Solid fuel can last long enough to boil water. It took two solid fuel tablets to cook something more filling. I might use the gel fuel to see if I can regulate it for a longer time.
👤I have many types of alcohol, fuel cannister and solid fuel tablets, not just a camper, but a collector. This Fire Dragon is a way to improve what you think can't be improved. The Esbit has been the most well-known name in solid fuel stoves since it's initial offering. The allies tried their own take in WW2 but they never seemed to last, as it's compact design and ability to store fuel tabs in the body made it convenient for civilian use as well. Fire Dragon has won my heart. The wind screen and deep well allow easier multi-fuel use. What's not to love? The best long standing design features are taken up a notch or three. I love it! And it's price point? It's awesome. The quality is great, but the price is half the price.
👤The fuel tray is perfect for boiling water. The tray needs to be filled completely with something to cook it. I didn't have tabs to try out in times of need. The wind-screen feature helps do the job expected of it.
👤I received the item and it was what I was expecting, except for the fuel cubes. Oh, ugh. It was a bit my bad. The item seems to be of good quality and I had alternative ideas for fuel. Let the games begin! Four stars for seller not being completely transparent about fuel cubes not being included with purchase.
👤This has been great to use. Both of us are military and we both take field exercises when possible. The use of our money has been very useful.
👤It had some growing pains at first. It is made of steel. It is heavy for what it is. I used sterno gel fuel for an emergency stove. I have tested it for fuel. Not as hot as sterno. Don't use liquid. It is folded metal. If you used the water test it could be a bad day. If you want to test your fuel at home, you should use a frying pan with a lid near by.
👤The Esbit design was an improvement over this one. The box has nub points that lock in the angle of fold to accommodate different sized cups. It has a trough that can hold gel fuel. I used hand sanitizer and it heated my water as a test. The wind screen is helpful.
The bundle includes a stove, smokeless tablets, and solid fuel tablets. Each fuel tablet takes 12 minutes to burn, and one takes 8 minutes to boil 500 liters of water. The stove is made from galvanized steel. The stove folds down to less than 180g. Two cooking positions are not included.
👤I like the burner but it smells weird and I don't like it.
👤I remember that galvanized is poisonous when burning.
A design that is both rustic and innovative. A camping stove with coated steel construction is strong enough to hold a heavy pot. Any type of canned fuel or solidified alcohol can be used for heat. The front door and sides are tall. essential gear for camping, backpacking, emergency preparedness, and more
👤Be careful with what you buy. As it burns hot enough to boil water, the only fuel that can be gotten from the Sterno is "Cooking Fuel". "Canned Heat" pot warmers burn at only 185 degrees and will never boil water.
👤I use this for camping in my van or tent. It was tested at home. It only took me 30 seconds to set it up. I put the pot on top of the sterno can and it was very sturdy. No worries about the pot falling off. It's perfect for when I only need one burner and don't want to break out the big Coleman propane stove. I got a heat diffuser for use on top so I can double the usage of this stove as a back up tent heater, and it worked very well for that purpose as well. I used the heating cover from AdvancedShop here on Amazon to see which one I used. It was fast shipping on it. I've provided pictures of a medium saucepan and a heat diffuser.
👤This is what you think it is. I use twigs, pinecones, and Sterno. All worked well in this stove. The little door does not always stay shut. It can affect the flame inside. You can fix it with a screwdriver or something in front of it. It was easy to clean and works well. Tin foil on the shelf is the best way to hold burning materials. To keep it clean. The stove is a little heavy. If you are car camping, it is still very portable. It might be an issue for backpacking. It does what it says it will do and for a very good price.
👤I bought this for my kit. It is sturdy and can be used many different ways. You could use things other than sterno. I used my stove as a proof of concept. If one needed sticks, they could use them in it. This is the most important part. Coffee. I can't exist without coffee. That is not true. I can exist without coffee, but anyone who has to be around me doesn't want to. I have to have coffee. This is a problem when my house is all electric. I own a Coleman propane stove, a propane single burner unit, and a propane grill. One can burn up a lot of propane in an extended outage, but those stupid little canisters are not cheap. I could use a larger propane tank, but it's inconvenient and the propane is not cheap. Since I don't have a fireplace, I decided to use an alcohol stove. I bought a stove kit after that. I like that thing. There is a problem. Yes. The coffee. I can't just throw a percolator on the kit. I have to either use a backpacking stove, make French Press coffee by boiling water in my JetBoil, or I need something that will support my percolator. This is the kind of thing that engineers think about when the power is out for a long time. The Coghlan's Folding Stove can be entered. I can put my percolator on top of my alcohol burner. It's dah! Coffee. I can use sticks if the mountain blows up or we have the Big One, but only if the mineral spirits, Heet, and any other burnable fuels are gone. During Armageddon, I can have coffee. If I had to, I could cook food with this. It is a fun little stove, so it is great for camping, road trips, and emergency kit. I think I will buy a second one so that I can leave it in my car. Have you ever watched Survivorman? The quality of this stove sold me on it after I read reviews and looked at it in stores. I'm very happy with it. It's a great addition to my kit and is very useful. I am glad I bought it.
Jetboil has a stove that will keep you fueled for any adventure. No matter the level of cuisine you want to create, a compact and efficient stove is essential. The kit includes a pot, lid, and stand. The cookset and stove are made from lightweight aluminum that is seven ounces. Esbit's proprietary, solid state fuel cubes are sold separately. The pot has volume indicators in both liters and ounces, and two hinges that fold against the body of the pot. Stores in a mesh bag are ideal for backpackers and campers who like to travel light.
👤I've been camping and hiking my whole life and this little solid fuel cooking system is awesome. I keep Esbit tabs in my 10 essentials kit and they're wonderful. I got this baby for fun and to see what I could do with it, and thus far I'm more than impressed. It's easy to use, and it's well made. I got this model because of the built-in windscreen design and the perfect 20oz cup, which is just right for solo camping/hiking activities. If needed, use it with a larger pot. The kit allows me to store 12 14gram tabs and a lighter all wrapped in a cute little mesh bag. The kit can be used for many types of outings, and it's still liquid fuel systems. The Esbit brand is one of the best solid fuel combo around. If you're thinking about one, just get it, we've all wasted more money on lesser things. Last thought. If you're camping with this thing, take a 16oz container of water to bed with you and you'll be heat water from 70* instead of 40* in the AM and thus much more efficient- for any trail cook system.
👤Since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, the country is without light and this small stove became part of my daily use, but now after 30 days, I can say that it is the best stove I have ever used. The stove and Mountain House are safe.
👤I'm an extreme backpacker and I rely on my camping stove. I have a lot of different camping stoves, so I can give an experienced perspective review. The stove is all in one, with a cup/pot, windscreen design base, and hole to insert fuel cube. I've used it many times on camping trips when the mornings and evenings were cold and a nice cup of hot tea or soup was really needed. I got really warm, but not boiling hot. I used the Esbit fuel cubes. I have to use 2 cubes per pot to get that rolling boil, and that just isn't efficient or cost-friendly. The bottom section of the Esbit stove has a design that keeps the pot raised more than the pocket stove. This stove is great in warm weather, but I like winter camping and mountain tops in the summer, so it's only good on limited trips. I only use this stove for camping or when a friend needs a stove. The POCKET ESBIT stove is a very inexpensive one and it has a pot that sits above the flame source so the contents come to a rolling boil. I've used the POCKET ESBIT on some long distance trips and in some very cold weather, but mostly in the 30-40 degree weather. I have to carry a small light weight foil windshield, but it still beats the efficiency of this bulky Esbit stove. A simple redesign would fix this problem - reduce the size of the bottom that lifts the pot above the flame, move the air slits at the same level as the fuel-hole, and then the pot will sit closer to the fuel source and get hotter. The basic design of the pocket stove would be the same as the pots round design. Would I recommend? It depends. If you don't mind using more than one fuel cube to a pot to get the boil on cold camping trips, then yes, you are a fair weather camper. Otherwise, no. It's an Esbit, so why 3 stars? It is a basic job.
Made in the USA, top craftsmanship and durability. Don't trust survival and bushcraft readiness to cheap imports. Ultralight stove is three ounces. Solid fuel tablets are included. The steel is made of galvanized steel. When not in the cooking position, packs flat.
👤This stove is very light and compact, and it takes almost no space in an emergency kit or a lightweight trail cook kit. Since it burns fuel tablets, it is more suited to slowly heating or boiling a cup or two of water than a large job. Cooking times depend on a number of factors, but compared to most other fuels, it is rather slow. The buyer needs to know that the stove is shipped flat and there are no hinges or anything. It is not a big deal since it is not meant as a main stove, and it will survive a lot of bends. You should probably look at a different option if you need more heat, faster cooking, or longer life. Fuel tabs are great fire starters in wet conditions.
👤This is not a stove for camping. You should get their Pocket Stove. Keep this thing flat until you use it. I'm pretty sure you shouldn't flatten it back out once you bend it up into the position you need it to be. The material is very easy to bend and if you store it with other gear it will flatten out again making it weaker over time. Couldn't see using this in an emergency, but it might be good for a bug out bag. I would still choose the pocket stove.
👤Good for when you don't need a full meal at all. If you're not cooking, it's much lighter to carry than pots and stove. It's good for day hikes when you have more robust gear at the truck.
👤I didn't read the description carefully before ordering. I wanted it to be a set of pieces that fit together and stack together, and that it would fit nicely into a 300mL metal cup. It will fill the same role in a bigger cup.
👤It won't hold my pots or cups.
👤I have owned Esbit products for a long time. My BOB has a new stove. Will be ordering more for my vehicles and other BOB's. This is an excellent value and can be used multiple times.
👤You bend the metal to shape it. Maybe for 10 to 15 dollars. $20+ should not be considered. Coleman emergency stove comes full of fuel and is reuseable for a fraction of the price.
👤If you like eating your food warm, these emergency stoves are great. We used the same thing when I was an infantryman.
👤It took a long time to ship out.
👤If I need them, I would put this in my day pack. You never know, so be prepared.
It is designed to sustain life until rescue or additional food is available. The berleben Stker Flatpack Stove is a sturdy and durable bio burner. You need more than a fire to save you if you can't find fuel. There are two metal choices. The berleben Stker comes in two different metal options. Both are strong and food-grade. You will go wrong no matter what. There is a flatpack design. The Stker has a simple 5-panel design that is 888-282-0465 and is less than 6 x 6” and under 0.25” thick. It's easy to pack and ready for any adventure. The berleben Stker is powered by organic matter from twigs, sticks, moss, wood, charcoal, and more. Don't have to worry about getting enough to keep moving. There is a watering can. The Stker Flatpack Stove comes with a natural canvas sleeve. This sleeve can be used as storage for your stove and also as a bag. The perfect accessory for an adventure.
👤Excellent construction, very sturdy, fits together tightly, easily holds a dutch oven, big skillet, or canteen cup, folds flat, good strong canvas bag to store it away. This is my favorite stove. It took me a few minutes to figure out how to put it together after removing the protective covering. I used it for 3 days to burn everything from pine cones to twigs and leaves. This will be with me on every trip. I could feel the heat coming up from the stove as it cooked my soup. It is a great way to have a small fire for a couple of people when I am not out backpacking or camping. I will buy a second one to leave in my car. It was a little tight the first few times I took it apart. Not a problem. The rest of the stove came apart after I used a piece of wood to pop the cross X pieces loose. I feel great after the purchase. I'm happy to have found a stove that I can use for backpacking, camping, survival, earthquake kit, and any other time I might want to have a fire outside. I will be shooting a video of this stove in action this weekend.
👤This thing is strong. The flatness is great, can be tucked anywhere, but it's a little heavy on the heavy side, so I'd rather have something heavier. I had 2 littlbug jr.'s which were very light, but strange to pack, as they break down into half cylinders. I think the littlebugs were taken out of my luggage by the TSA and I flew with them. We cook with cast iron and this stove is ready to handle that. If cared for, could last forever. Littlebug was sometimes difficult to feed. There is a bottom part to keep the fire from spreading. I can't recommend this product enough.
👤I had to use my stove yesterday. It works well and provides a camp cooking alternative. The little stove is amazing. It's easy to set up and keep going. A piece of equipment. In my purse!
👤This stove has not one overly sharp edge. It feels heavy at 14oz but is strong. I stood on it after it was assembled. Excellent quality. It burns very well. I have noticed no warping of components after using several times. The stove holds up well.
👤I love this stove. It is the perfect size to cook in. The air flow holds the perfect amount of fuel. If you prepare it, it will go along way. It is easy to assemble, disassemble and clean. I have used this in places where you can't have a regular campfire and after eating and drinking a hot cup of tea you have to go to bed. I would buy this product again and again. I wish it came in a titanium version to lower the weight. The weight is not bad compared to a stove and fuel canister because you have less to pack. It is small enough to fit into your cargo pant pocket.
Two cooking positions are not included. It is convenient to store and carry. A rack stand is needed to hold your pot. Solid alcohol fuel can be used with it. It is made of a tough steel. Great cookware for outdoor camping, hiking, backpacking, fishing, picnic, BBQ, beach, backyard, etc.
👤I bought it for power failures. I am a prepper. I added this to my collection. I like it. It is very small. Good for a small amount of liquid.
The mini backpaking stove is easy to install. Get ready in just 5 minutes by assembling the stove structure, adding dried wood or leaves, fire up, and place your cooking utensils on the stove. It's perfect for hiking, camping, backpacking, BBQ, picnic, outdoor survival and emergency preparedness. The mess tin cover could be used to protect the table or ground from burning when a folding stove is set ablaze. TheOCKETSTOVE: The lightweight galvanized steel backpacking stove 3.8" X 3.0" X 2.0" is ideal for an emergency stove in a kit in a truck or outdoor use. The portable stove is small enough to fit in a smaller pot. The wind screen protects flames from the sides with light wind, for both gas camping stove fuel as well as alcohol stove. The metal tin case is used to keep the mess kit out of the rock. There is a 100% money back guarantee. They will give you a satisfying solution if any piece is broken.
👤It does the job in a pinch. There are bad reviews here. It's an esbit stove. It's supposed to do more than it's designed for. It will heat your food and hide it in your pack.
👤If the tin had room for a box of fuel pellets, I could have everything in one handy package. The metal tin barely fits the stove and the wind-break and then the lid doesn't want to stay on. There isn't a place for storing fuel pellets. A pack of four fuel pellets would fit neatly inside the stove, or a box of fuel pellets would fit in a tin, if it were larger in all directions. I think the price reflects that.
👤I like the idea of a storage tin to keep the soot off my other backpacking items. The shield is not a selling point for me and adds a lot of weight to the package. This stove will do what I want.
👤I liked the idea but the folding stove wasn't good. The case and wind screen were used to add a stove.
👤The reviews claimed it doesn't fit well in its case, so I almost didn't buy it. It does. There is room for a fuel cube. The shield helps regulate cooking temperatures.
👤Very pleased with the product. Absolutely love the idea of the integration of things. I have the container. A little more in dimensions would allow for more storage options for fuel, water bags, and other items. There is a lanyard for the container. I'm still happy with my decision.
👤The rivet was broken. It was not very big on the gage.
👤This product is great for small things. Tin box can fit a stove with solid fuel cubes.
Survival stove fuel tablets products from Esbit. In this article about survival stove fuel tablets you can see why people choose the product. Canway and Bushcraft are also good brands to look for when you are finding survival stove fuel tablets.
Esbit, Canway and Bushcraft are some of the best brands that chosen by people for survival stove fuel tablets. Find the detail in this article. Coghlan's, überleben and Leipupa are also brands that their products are worth to check.