Kraku

Ultra-compact titanium micro camping stove

£27.99

At just 45g this is possibly the world's lightest camping stove, Kraku's tiny pack size makes it perfect for ultralight adventures and flying solo.

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Description

Designed with the ultralight solo adventurer in mind, this high powered camping stove has a tiny packsize but can still deliver the power output of a gas stove twice its size.

Eating well can make or break an adventure, but so can carrying a heavy stove. A titanium body makes the Kraku possibly the world's lightest, commercially available, ultralight gas stove. Its sleek, compact design perfectly balances usability, pack weight and storage size; qualities which make it a superb choice for the ambitious long distance backpacker, micro adventurer or adventure racer.

Kraku is as minimal as a gas stove gets. Titanium body, twisted wire gas control dial and a small burner head. It screws directly on top of your gas canister which it uses for stability. Partner it up with a MytiMug and a 100g gas cylinder and you'll be cooking up a storm with this compact cooking system that will minimise the pack weight of many gram counting outdoor chefs... Read more

Features

Key Features

  • Materials: titanium alloy, aluminum and brass
  • Power output: 2600W
  • Spring control valve
  • Storage bag included
  • 2013 ISPO Gold winner
  • 3 pot supports fold down alongside the stove body

Vital stats

Details

Weight: 45g
Folded size: ⌀ 37mm x height 52mm
Open size: ⌀ 85mm x height 68.5mm
Minimum suggested pot diameter: 6.5cm

Origin: China

Kudos
Active Traveller: Lightweight Cookware

Superlight, multi-function, long-lasting kit

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ALPKIT KRAKU STOVE + MYTIPOT 900 : CONVENIENT MINIMALISM ON A BUDGET

Who said minimalism can’t be affordable?

Author: Cass Gilbert Read More: here
Off Road cc review the Kraku

"The Alpkit Kraku is an incredibly small and light gas stove, good for cooking and ideal for hot drinks on bikepacking adventures. It easily fits inside a mug yet produces a rapid boil, though the small platform and lack of an ignitor means it's best kept for travelling light and alone".

Read the full review here

Author: Matt Page - Off Road cc
Titanium Cookware Review

Hands down our favourite are the utterly bonkers (and awesomely-named) Miyagi chopsticks which weigh a mere seven grams each

Author: Mpora Read More: here
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Kraku in action