A true ultra-lightweight option for thru-hikers and ounce-counting backpackers, the award-winning Snow Peak LiteMax Stove employs titanium and aluminum construction to weigh in at a mere 1.9 ounces! Despite its lightweight design, the LiteMax Stove delivers reliable backcountry performance.
Three folding pot support arms open wide to provide the LiteMax Stove with a 3.5" wide base for pots and pans. Once you've finished with mealtime and are ready to get back on the trail, the LiteMax Stove packs down to 3 1/8" x 2 3/8".
The canister-style LiteMax Stove is threaded to fit standard Snow Peak GigaPower fuel canisters (sold separately). Utilizing the isobutene/propane mix, the LiteMax Stove cranks out 11,200 BTUs for efficient performance even in poor conditions and temperatures as low as 17 degrees Fahrenheit. A fold-down flame control bar allows you to adjust the height of the flame as needed.
A storage bag is included with the Snow Peak LiteMax Stove.
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- Titanium and aluminium construction keeps weight under 2 oz
- Works down to 17 Degrees F with Snow Peak GigaPower Fuel (sold separately)
- Storage bag included
Best Use Backpacking Burn Time 44 Minutes on GP250 Fuel Average Boil Time 3 min 50 sec Warranty Lifetime Type Canister Stability Good Packed Size 3 1/8" x 2 3/8" Other Storage Bag Included Material Titanium and Aluminum Item Weight 1.9 oz Fuel Iso/Propane Canister Dimensions 3 7/8" x 3 1/2" Cold Weather Performance Good to 17 Degrees F
Real Customer Reviews
- Love it
Likes: It's fast enough for me. I like the wide flame. My 750ml pot sits securely on top. Super lightweight and tiny. I previously had a jetboil which I felt left too much room for error. This is basic and straightforward.
Dislikes: The forearms don't stay collapsed, they easily flip out when it's folded up. But it's not a big deal because they're so small.
- Excellent stove
Likes: Super light, Very strong flame, Simple to use. no complaints.
- UL, efficient!
Likes: Very lightweight
Boils water pretty quickly
Dislikes: Not self igniting so you must have a lighter.
- Great Stove
Likes: Lightweight , and boils water fast. Not as fast as the MSR but only 20-30sec difference. It a snowpeak!
- lil' champ with knock out power. this stove will be taken even on a day hike lasting longer than 6 hours. treat to cook and eat hot ramen or brew coffee
Likes: compact size and lite weight
Dislikes: canister, but thats like what bread is to a peanut butter sandwich
- love this stove
Likes: lightweight and quality
- Well made light weight stove
Likes: The size, weight and construction are exactly what I wanted. I ran out and purchases a jetboil fuel canister and it worked great.
Dislikes: None. Some of the support arms turned red from the flames but after some research it seems normal.
- Tiny but mighty!
Likes: Super small, folds up tiny
Includes carrying case
Dislikes: Just be careful with whatever you put on it... Small size = greater chance of an "oops"
Likes: Compact and light weight. Gets hot fast in shelter or when there is no wind. Its smaller sibling, the Giga Power, with its windscreen performs as well or better.
Likes: In my honest opinion this is the best canister stove on the market today.
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