The amazing small size of the Kraku lightweight camping stove

First use of the Alpkit Kraku Backpacking Gas Stove

By Kenny Stocker

The Kraku stove is a compact marvel, boiling water in mere minutes with a strong flame that’s surprisingly powerful for its petite, minimalist frame.

Overall (so far) I am very pleased with the Alpkit Kraku stove – it is very small and light. Well made and efficient – boiling a mug of water significantly quicker then if I had used my meths stove. Because it is so light I may be changing my backpacking habits and using a gas stove more than the ultralight Vargo titanium meth stove I currently use.

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Camping Stoves

Collapsible titanium camping stove, weighs just 45g
£19.99 £24.99
High powered titanium camping stove weighing 124g
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Powerful gas stove for campsite cooking
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Heat it and eat it, a 585 g integrated cooking system
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Meths camping stove weighing just 150g with a flame regulator
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Flat-pack stainless steel twig stove for camping and backpacking
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Igniter to light your camping stove with the click of a button
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Increase the efficiency of your camping stove with a windshield
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Three-legged stand to provide stability on uneven ground
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Camping stove gas canister with a 3-season fuel mix
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Camping stove gas canister with a premiuml mix
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