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Snow Peak GigaPower Auto Canister Stove Item # SNPGS100A
$49.95
$49.95

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The Snow Peak GigaPower stove is a fantastic lightweight and compact backpacking stove. This version includes an auto-igniter. The 10,000 BTU flame is easy to control. The stove weighs only 3.75 oz and packs down to 3.5" x 2".
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The Snow Peak GigaPower GS-100A stove is a fantastic lightweight and compact backpacking stove. This version includes an auto-igniter.

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 3.75 oz and packs down to fit in a 1-3/4" x 2" x 3-1/2" case.

Comes with a polyethylene carrying case.

  • 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
  • Auto-igniter
Specs

Specs

Burn Time 90 minutes on GP250 Fuel
Recommended Use General Backpacking
Average Boil Time 3 minutes 48 seconds
Warranty Lifetime
Type Canister
Stability Good
Packed Size 1.75" x 2" x 3.5"
Material Stainless steel, aluminum/brass
Item Weight 3.75 oz.
Fuel Iso/Propane Canister
Dimensions 4.2" x 2.7"
Cold Weather Performance Good to 17 degrees F
Reviews

4 Item(s)

Likes: I loved how it included an auto-igniter! My backpacking buddies and I all brought our different canister stoves from different brands, and they were impressed with mine with its ease of use.

I like how it came with a hard plastic carrying case. The auto-igniter can be unscrewed if you so desire, but it was so convenient to have and use that I would not know why you would want to take it off (unless you wanted to save ounces).

Dislikes: The only things that I would try to improve on is maybe making the hard carrying case just a little bit bigger to accommodate the auto-igniter. I believe Snow Peak maybe just used the same carrying case they already had for the manual version. This was not a deal breaker for me though.

Reviewed by Red G. - April 9, 2015

Likes: I've used an MSR Pocket Rocket a number of times but the support for my Snow Peak Trek Titanium 700 was always a little wobbly. I like the four post design of this model, and the built-in igniter is a definite bonus.

Dislikes: Nothing.

Reviewed by Mike B. - January 2, 2014

Likes: A great little stove, durable, and works well. I choose this over the MSR pocket rocket mainly because it has four stands as compared to three. Also for $10 more you get the auto ignite feature, while this may not be totally practical it is nice having just in case you don't have matches or a lighter.

Dislikes: Nothing yet.

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - October 31, 2013

Likes: The Snow peak Giga Power had all the features I wanted in a backpacking stove. We had no problem boiling water once the stove got started and it performed very efficiently.

Dislikes: The autostart did not work well with the wind sheild in place and had to adjust the igniter to get it to function. Seemed sensitive to any small movement.

Reviewed by John F. - July 31, 2011