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Koromountaineering stove

A high powered titanium gas canister stove suitable for mountaineering in subzero conditions. Compact design and made from titanium to save weight

Titanium remote gas canister stove

Koro mountaineering stove

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  • Koro - Titanium remote gas canister stove

A high powered gas canister stove suitable for mountaineering in subzero conditions and made out of titanium to save weight.

An expedition needs plenty of firepower and the Koro remote canister stove has this in plenty. But this is no gas guzzler, a brass pre-heat tube ensures the fuel is vaporised by the time it reaches the burner. The result is a constant and controllable flow of gas which reduces spluttering and works better in freezing conditions. 

A good stove is an efficient stove and the wide burner head spreads heat evenly across your pan base. Koro also integrates tightly with our Concertina windshield which can wrap closely around the stove without the risk of overheating the gas canister. This will reduce gas consumption and reduce boiling times in windy conditions. The advantage of a gas canister stove over a multi-fuel stove or liquid fuel stove is the ability to control the flame with a spin of a knob allowing you to cook rather than incinerate.

Based upon a design originally developed for use on Everest expeditions we have exclusively re specified the stove body in titanium to make it as light as possible. 3 retractable legs ensure the stove remains stable even with a decent group sized cooking pot but can still fold away into a compact size for stowability.

Titanium body and brass pre-heat tube, this stove is only available from us.

International stove instructions

Instructions are provided in English, if you would like a translated version please get in touch.

Key features
  • 3 Year Alpine Bond
  • Power: 2800 W
  • Stability comes from 3 retractable legs
  • Packable
  • Remote canister attachment
  • Armoured gas hose
  • Based on a design for Everest expeditions
  • Large burner head
  • Brass pre-heat tube makes the stove more efficient so you can carry less gas
  • Lightweight
  • Instructions included
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Packed size

Weight: 124 g
Length: 8 cm
Width: 8 cm
Height: 9 cm

Gas hose

Length: 33.5 cm

Burner unit

Diameter: 7 cm
Height: 9 cm
Minimum suggested pot diameter: 8 cm

Origin: China

Made for Alpkit by Fire Maple, who are rapidly becoming one of the world’s foremost gas stove manufacturers. Koro fits nicely inside a MytiMug 650.


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Buy with confidence and if you are not happy, change your mind or want a swap for any reason then return it for free and we will exchange or refund no question. The price you see is the price you pay. Just return the kit as you receive it - in its original condition, unused, unworn, with original packaging and fit for resale.


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If one of our products does not meet your expectations upon delivery or, if it does not live up to the demands placed upon it, please return it within 3 years of purchase for repair, replacement or refund. If the problem is our fault then we will do this to your satisfaction if it’s your fault then we will help out the best we can.


15 Reviews


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Jake Loveday
Superb product

As I've said above, superb product! Very lightweight & small enough to not even notice it in your pack. A 240g gas canister lasted for 3 days, making several cups of tea a day, cooking bacon & eggs in the morning & soup each evening.

Very good price for such a well built product. Very impressed.

Small, efficient, light and packs a punch

Very pleased with it, been using it for more than 6 months and it performs like a champ, cools down quickly. Light, easy to pack 5/5
Obviously the wind screen highly recommended!

Dave M
Really well made

I've had this stove just under a year now and I've used it all over the place. I got it in a bundle with the AliPots and wind shield. They all pack together really nicely. The stove is powerful, light and above all is relaly nicely machined, feels like it will last a lifetime.

A great little stove

I had seen the MapleFire models in Ti stove and a stainless with the pre heat tube but Alpkit had the good sense to combine the two
Its a great little stove with a low profile on the ground and you can drain your gas cans to just about the very last drop which cannot be said many other stoves

Peter Deeks
Really pleased with this stove

Bought this stove recently as an upgrade to my old Epigas Alpine and Optimus Crux, and used it last weekend on the OMM.
Perfect little stove, stable, compact, lightweight and well engineered. Highly recommend it.
It weighs 11g more than the Crux plus legs, and for that I get superb efficiency due to the preheat and easier wind shielding, and much much greater stability.

John-Paul Bell
A Really Sweet Piece of Kit

I bought this to replace my cheap and ageing Coleman Pz burner and took it for it's first wild camp test last weekend on Skye (I'd also purchased the Bru-pot to use with it). Absolutely no complaints at all, the whole thing feels solid, reliable and with it's anodised red aluminium look is also more than a little stylish. It was certainly put to good use, as I had to melt snow for water, and also provided the boiling water for the finest cup of coffee i've ever had.

Lightweight and powerful

I used the stove on a recent backpacking trip in the Cairngorms, found it to be excellent, lightweight, stable and very powerful. Inside a bothy I was able to boil 500ml of water in less than 3 mins. The stove also packs well into a small primus alloy pot, with room for a MSR tinfoil windshield set.

Great Product

Really pleased with the stove. Build quality seems great and I think compared to others on the market it is definitely value for money. Another great product from Alpkit.


Wow, just bought one of these and used it for the first time on a one night Bikepacking excursion. Bought it to replace a campinggaz Tristar stove that I bought in 1995 which had finally given up the ghost. Think I paid about the same as th Koro, which was a real investment at the time. The Koro is more compact and lightweight, but my gosh it packs a punch. Very powerful, easy to use and store. Great. Let's see if it lives up to the Tristar ?

Great stove

Love this little stove, control knob is a little stiff but hopefully this will loosen a bit over time.

David S
Very Pleased

Bought this for when I need something bigger and nastier than my minimalist meths setup. Seems perfect for the job! The only improvement I'd like is one of those wire-type extensions on the valve control knob for easier operation with cold/gloved/clumsy fingers, but that's a minor matter and I'm looking forward to using this beast in anger!

Long term winner

I've been using this stove for several years on wild camps in every season. Paired with the concertina shield it rivals friend's petrol stoves for speed, whilst being easily controllable and really gas efficient. I love it.

Cracking stove

Worth the extra compared to a canister top type in my book for the stability and flexibility. It's light, packs small (a bit fiddly to get in its bag) and works well.

The head is a decent diameter. I use with a ceramic Bunsen mesh to spread the flame even further for the bigger Alipots.

Almost too powerful; regulating it down to avoid burning food is a touch tricky but doable.

Preheat tube supposedly will help it work in cooler temps but I don't have enough experience to comment on effectiveness. Certainly delighted with mine so far.

Well travelled

I've used this little stove tramping (Hiking) in New Zealand for 10 months, in huts and bivvys as well as general camping and coffee at the crag in the UK. Super impressed and has been thoroughly reliable. Stable on most terrains and kicks out the heat. Only issue is possibly sometimes it is a little fierce and it is hard to get things to only simmer. A very minor gripe and some different pans would probably solve that!

martin h.

Although i think this is a lovely little powerful stove it has not been without problems, the first worked very well for 10 weeks on an extended trip before the flexible hose started to leak, the replacement stove lasted about 10 uses until the brass insert in the canister connecting mount detached itself and remained on the gas canister. Both times this caused the stove to be unusable in remote areas and the eventual additional purchasing of cheap and heavy stoves as substitutes. Not ideal for a product i need to rely on! Against my better judgement i'm now on a third stove but feel the need to carry a back-up! ( alpkit replaced the stove with no problems but it would have been nice if they had thrown in their little kraku stove as a back-up as a goodwill gesture for the extra cost and inconvinience i suffered!] Hoping for better luck with this third stove.



TGO Magazine Koro Review

Very light, fuel efficient and compact this low profile titanium stove is extremely good. The Koro is quite powerful and fuel efficient. It really is an excellent stove at an amazing price


TGO Magazine March 2016 - Chris Townsend


Koro Makes ‘Gear of the Year’

The stove has been going strong since I got it and is one of my go-to pieces of kit for adventures.


BikeRadar December 2017 - Aoife Glass

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Countryfile recommend Alpkit Koro Stove

Cook up a storm. Stash this tiny fold-up titanium stove in your pack for a brew-up on the hill. It weighs only 124g and unlike many stoves will work well even in subzero conditions


countryfile.com February 2016 -

TGO - Best Buy

Koro - TGO Best Buy

When put up against a large range of top camping stoves available to buy, the Koro won the coveted 'Best Buy' award. To make the review even better it was undertaken by backpacking and camping expert Chris Townsend, who over the years has used a large number of stoves. A high accolade.

The Koro is light enough for solo use year round and strong and stable enough for use by two or three too. It really is an excellent stove at an amazing price.

Chris Townsend (TGO Gear Editor)

The Great Outdoors Magazine (TGO) June 2015 - Chris Townsend