Macpac Micro Stove
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Macpac Micro Stove

112253-NON00-OS
NZ$59.95 NZ$41.97
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Why we made this
Lightweight and compact stove. Fold out pot supports for stability when using larger pots. Broad flame delivers even heating.
  • Product Description
    Lightweight and compact stove for culinary adventures on the go. Fold out pot supports add stability for larger pots and the broad flame delivers even heating for consistent performance.
  • Design features
    Output: 12,000 BTU
    Boil time: 3.5 minutes (1 litre)
    Compatible with Jetboil and MSR isobutane/propane gas canisters, recommended size 230gm.





  • Product Specifications
    Weight (g)73
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What size gas canisters does the macpac micro stove take?
Helen B on Sep 1, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hello Helen, Compatible with Jetboil and MSR isobutane/propane gas canisters, recommended size 230gm.Kind regards, Macpac Team
can these stoves be taken on domestic flights in NZ?
Lauryn H on Apr 25, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The stove itself can go on in checked in baggage but the gas can’t on on at all
Would it be fine to use a 450g jetboil gas canister?
Shanon B on Feb 10, 2021
BEST ANSWER: Hi Shanon,

Yes, this will work on the 450g canister, but the 230g canister is the recommended.

Thanks,
The Macpac Team
Just bought this Micro Stove. It says not to use the micro stove on pots bigger than 120mm diameter. Is it fine with the pots in the Macpac Duo Pot Set even though they are larger?
Mandy on Dec 3, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Mandy, great question. It won't do any damage, it just wont be as efficient, and you may also find larger pots harder to balance. You don't want to lose your pot of boiled rice on the ground after a hard day on the feet! Thanks the Macpac Team