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This economically priced spider-style stove has a built-in piezo ignition and a large, stable footprint. The ultra-powerful burner has precision flame control and operates via a braided hose, connecting to a standard re-sealable gas cartridge.

Product Features

  • Fuel Self sealing gas cartridges
  • Weight: 242g
  • 1 litre boil time 3min 45sec approx
  • NB: Unfortunately we cannot send fuel cartridges through the post, they are however available in all our stores.

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10 Customer reviews for this product

 
Hot food in no time
Reviewed By Esther, 22 Sep 2012

We have used this when camping a few times and it is great. The pans we use feel sturdy on it. The self ignition stopped working but this was cured by removing the soot from around the igniter. Comes in a nifty bag and the windshield was useful on windy days. Would definitely recommend this item.

 

 

 
Gastastic!
Reviewed By Richard, 29 Aug 2012

I have had my stove over a year now. It is so compact, light and is very stable as it is not perched on top of a gas cylinder. It needs a close eye on it when brewing a kettle because it boils so quickly I usually wast gas. I keep different sizes of gas canisters at home and take what I need for the trip. The alloy wind break works really well. An overly perfect piece of kit for motorcycle camping, back packers will love it. The only downside, I have found the igniter to be temperamental sometimes, but that is no problem as I always carry a couple if cigarette lighters. Another piece of brilliant equipment have purchased from Cotswold. Rick

 

 

 
Cracking Stove
Reviewed By Christopher, 20 May 2012

This is a great little stove which does everything you could want.

It is very light, folds down small, boils water quickly and is very stable on uneven ground.

I also found that it does not really use much has at all and it also has a built in piezo.

What more could you ask for :)

 

 

 
Great stove for the money.
Reviewed By Matthew, 01 May 2012

Usually I am a great believer in you get what you pay for. However this stove performs well above the price tag. A good stable platform, remote burner, good pack size, reasonably powerful. Comes with a piezo which is still working after lots of use(a novelty) and wind shield. Really good value stove.

 

 

 
Excellent for backpackers!
Reviewed By jake, 12 Aug 2011

Bought this stove to use on an exped over Dartmoor with my son, Really easy to use and set up and boils up a brew really quick. It packs away to a compact size which you can hold in your hand and we stowed ours inside the mess tins so no wasted space. We took several small canisters for a few days but only actually used one so it is very efficient. All in all this is an extremely good bit of kit if space and weight is an issue. Thouroughly recommend it.

 

 

 
Worth every penny
Reviewed By Paul, 30 Jul 2011

I have had many stoves but this one ticks all the boxes, stable, powerful, instant control, built in ignition and folds away to nothing.

 

 

 
Top Notch Stove
Reviewed By Thomas, 27 Jun 2011

This stove is great. Due the spider design this stove is uber stable; this, in conjunction with the serrated arms prevents cooking pots from slipping of (unless you turn it upside-down). Another cool feature is the pack size. The sirocco packs down (gas canister not included - I'll come to that in a minute) to the size of a Trangia burner unit. Other groovy features such as the Piezo - click lighter thing and metal braided hose make this stove superior to any Trangia in my opinion (and I have had a few). The final thing that I love is the extended gas hose. The gas canister doesn't attach to the bottom of the burner unit (called 'remote feed' design) it instead runs through a braided metal hose that is very durable. This allows you to use any kind of gas canister you like. The stove adaptor uses En 417 cartridges which are a universal type.

To conclude this stove has a range of winning features that make it a great all round cooking stove.

Tip. The gas cartridges used by most blow torches, (350ml propane/butane mix) are compatible with this stove, are self sealing and are a ton cheaper per ml. I would strongly recommend looking out for these cartridges rather than the standard 175/190ml ones that most outdoor shops sell.

 

 

 
Stovetastic !
Reviewed By , 23 Jun 2011

I really wanted one of those fancy pants Jet boil stoves you see on all of the magazines, but after chatting to the chap in the shop he recommended this stove and I'm really glad we got it now. Not only was it a stack cheaper, but it packs down smaller, you can detach the gas bottle, pick which size bottle you take with you and it has it's own lighter. Not only that but you can choose from a wider range of cook wear to use on it. Much better value ! Saved us about £100 on what we would have spent, more money for pasta and noodles !! (and beer)
Very stable to use, boils up quickly. Not had any problem with the pan slipping even in high winds. It is Stovetastic!

 

 

 
Great, solid stove!
Reviewed By Gema, 06 May 2011

I used this whilst I camped in the wild and it was very reliable and I found it more stable than a cheaper stove that I had used previously! It's also very handy that it's got a lighter within the stove so you don't need a lighter.

 

 

 
Let down by the detail
Reviewed By Nick, 29 Apr 2011

In principal the remote cylinder design is great for stability but it's let down by the smoothness of the pan stand. It means the pan slides all over the place and on the slightest incline will run off. Because of this I found my cylinder mounted stove to be much more stable.