The lightest tri-fuel stove on the market, the Suluk 46 Napsiktok weighs just 0.8 ounces and can be fueled by Esbit, alcohol, or wood. Made of titanium, it measures 3.1 inches on all sides when assembled, and features a five-piece design that folds down flat to save space in your pack. Plus, it’s recently been updated with a couple improvements. First, the center hole in the base of the fire grate has been removed. This now-solid base allows your Esbit tab to burn to completion without falling through the hole as it reduces in size. The walls of the stove and the slots in the fire grate have been redesigned for easier assembly, and the fire-grate slots also allow for better airflow.
Note: This drop is limited to 100 units.
For the Esbit-burning mode, assemble the fire grate in the highest position and place a solid fuel tab in the center. For the alcohol-burning mode, assemble the grate in the lowest position and place your stove on top—or remove the grate altogether, place your stove on the ground, and use the four stove walls to support your pot. Finally, for the wood-burning mode, assemble the grate in the lowest position and insert twigs and branches in a “log cabin”-style formation.
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is Aug 18, 2017 PT.
After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.