Snow Peak GigaPower Manual Canister Stove

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Key Features

  • Packed size: 1-3/4 x 2 x 3-1/2h"
  • Unfolded size: 4-1/8d x 2-5/8"
  • Stainless Steel, aluminum/brass
  • Works down to 17 degrees F with Snow Peak fuel

Specifications

Recommended Use: General Backpacking
Item Weight: 3.25 oz.
Dimensions: 4.2" x 2.7"
Type: Canister
Material: Stainless steel, aluminum/brass
Packed Size: 1.75" x 2" x 3.5"
Fuel: Iso/Propane Canister
Average Boil Time: 3 minutes 48 seconds
Burn Time: 90 minutes on GP250 Fuel
Stability: Good
Cold Weather Performance: Good to 17 degrees F
Warranty: Lifetime

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Product Highlights

Winner of the 1999 Backpacker Magazine Editor's Choice award, the Snow Peak GigaPower GS-100 stove is a fantastic lightweight and compact backpacking stove.

With 10,000 BTU of output, this little power house will boil water in 3.5 minutes. The flame is easily controlled with the glove friendly control lever to produce a slow simmer, a rolling boil or anything in between.

Stove weighs only 3.25 oz and packs down to fit in a 1-3/4" x 2" x 3-1/2" case.

Comes with a polyethylene carrying case.

Snow Peak part number: GS-100-US

Product Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
Snow Peak GigaPower Manual Canister Stove

Average customer rating:
Number of reviews: 4

Individual Customer Reviews:

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  • Karen H. Londonderry NH
    4/7/2014

    Likes: It was everything I hoped it would be, and wanted. It was small and had a hard carrying case (which I could also slide a mini lighter into). The four pot supports (rather than the three that many stoves have) held the pot well and was very stable. It was easy to light, and light in weight.

    Dislikes: I liked everything about this stove.

  • Duane T. North Falmouth MA
    10/8/2011

    Likes: Very light. You can just throw it in your pack and forget about it until you need it. Sure, it's not the lightest stove out there, but it's definitely the most stable and inexpensive out of them.

    Dislikes: Only thing I didn't like about this was that it didn't come with the windscreen accessory, not a major issue though.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    3/2/2011

    Likes: This stove is extremely compact and sturdy enough to accommodate the small pots and pans I take on my solo trips.

    Dislikes: No major complaints; it fulfilled my expectations.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    2/28/2011

    Likes: extremely compact and lightweight.

    Dislikes: doesn't handle wind well (without windscreen)

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