Our camping stoves are currently only available for sale to customers in the UK. We are exploring the issues surrounding warranties, shipping and user instructions so that we can make these more widely available.
Designed with the solo adventurer in mind, this high powered gas stove has a tiny packsize but can still deliver the power output of a gas stove twice its size.
Eating well can make or break an adventure, but so can carrying a heavy stove. Its titanium body makes the Kraku possible the world's lightest, commercially available, ultralight gas stove. Its sleek, compact design perfectly balances usability, pack weight and storage size; qualities which make it a superb choice for the ambitious long distance backpacker, micro adventurer or adventure racer.
Kraku is as minimal as a gas stove gets. Titanium body, twisted wire gas control dial and a small burner head. It screws directly on top of your gas canister which it uses for stability. Partner it up with a MytiMug and a 100g gas cylinder and you have a compact cooking system that will minimise the pack weight of many gram counting outdoor chefs.
Volcanic performance that fits in the palm of your hand
Weight: 45 g
Folded size: diameter 37 mm x height 52 mm
Open size: diameter 85 mm x height 68.5 mm
Minimum suggested pot diameter: 6.5 cm
Not compatible with our BrewPot as the retractable pot supports are not long enough to support it.
Made for Alpkit by Fire Maple, who are rapidly becoming one of the world’s foremost gas stove manufacturers.
If one of our products does not meet your expectations upon delivery or, if during its lifetime does not live up to the demands placed upon it, please return it to us 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.
Canoe and Kayak March 2014 -
The Kraku is featured in Canoe and Kayak as they have a look at the newest products on the market.
The Kraku is possibly the world's lightest, commercially available, ultralight gas stove.Canoe and Kayak
Clive's Blog January 2014 - Clive Catton
Lightweight backpacking enthusiast Clive Catton chose the Kraku as a personal backpacking stove where weight is everything finding it to be considerably lighter than the MSR Pocket Rocket.
Overall (so far) I am very pleased with the Alpkit Kraku stove – it is very small and light. Well made and efficient – boiling a mug of water significantly quicker then if I had used my meths stove. Because it is so light I may be changing my backpacking habits and using a gas stove more than the ultralight Vargo titanium meth stove I currently use.Clive Catton
Outdoor Photography March 2014 -
Our micro Kraku gas stove is reviewed in the Gearing Up section of Outdoor Photography.
The 45 g Kraku is possibly the lightest gas stove money can buy..Outdoor Photography
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