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
- Materials: titanium alloy, aluminum and brass
- Power output: 2600 W
- Spring control valve
- Storage bag included
- 2013 ISPO Gold winner
- 3 pot supports fold down alongside the stove body
Weight: 45 g Folded size: ⌀ 37 mm x height 52 mm Open size: ⌀ 85 mm x height 68.5 mm Minimum suggested pot diameter: 6.5 cm
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Superlight, multi-function, long-lasting kit
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Who said minimalism can’t be affordable?
Author: Matt Page - Off Road cc
"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".
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Hands down our favourite are the utterly bonkers (and awesomely-named) Miyagi chopsticks which weigh a mere seven grams each