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About this item:
  • 1-liter cooking pot with lid and anti-stick coating
  • Wire flame control is easy to operate with gloves
  • Push-button piezoelectric ignition system
  • Weighs only 13.4 oz. (380g)
  • Boils 1 liter of water in a little over 2 minutes
  • Rubber-coated pot handles
  • Internal parts storage

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I've been waiting for this to be made available again, compared to other brands such as Jetboil or MSR, this is a huge bargain.

The Pure Outdoor 1.0 Liter Outdoor Cooking System is a complete cooking system with a 1.0 liter cooking pot, a pot support for use with other pots and pans, and base legs for stabilizing the assembly. Simply add a fuel canister (not included) and enjoy fast, efficient cooking and heating while on your trail adventures. All parts, including a 100g fuel canister, store inside the cooking pot, so it takes the minimum amount of space in your backpack or camping kit.

Quick Boil: Small but mighty, this outdoor portable cooking system can boil water in just over 2 minutes.

Portable: All of the included parts, as well as a 100g fuel canister (not included), can be stored inside the cooking pot, so it takes the minimum amount of space in your backpack or camping kit.

Push-Button Igniter: Eliminate the frustration of trying to light matches in the wind or even having to pack matches at all. The built-in piezoelectric, push-button igniter lights the stove, regardless of conditions.


Features
  • 1-liter cooking pot with lid and anti-stick coating
  • Wire flame control is easy to operate with gloves
  • Push-button piezoelectric ignition system
  • Weighs only 13.4 oz. (380g)
  • Boils 1 liter of water in a little over 2 minutes
  • Rubber-coated pot handles
  • Internal parts storage

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=35040
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Really? 13.4 oz is heavy for your pot, stove, stabilizers & igniter? I mean it's not going to win any ultralite competitions, but I would disagree that this is "very heavy" for backpacking! Jetboil minimo which is used by tens of thousands of hard core backpackers weighs more than this! Now quality, that might be something you could complain about. Read the reviews, some leaks, some melting parts....I wouldn't use it for those reasons.
You are making the same argument that people try to make on here when squat racks are rated to 600lbs lol.

I hike quite a bit( co-lead a backpacking group ) it's very unusual to go more than ~5 nights without resupply for almost any thru hike (think even TC level) even then most have several nero zero days in addition. I've never had pack weight issues hold me back from hiking longer, it's always work, boredom, how bad I smell, and missing my family that keeps me from staying out longer.

I've found MOST of the people that are super gram counters are the weekend warrior backpackers that go out <5x a year, super out of shape, and have money to spend on the best equipment out there and use pack weight as a bragging point posting on forums etc. I always know when someone new shows up and they are bragging about their dry weight of 12lbs or whatever in the parking lot they will be the first people needing to stop and catch their breath. People often will put the time in to research things but rarely put the time in to train for them in my experience.

Let me be clear I am not advocating you go out and pack 50lbs of gear, but the difference in 3-4lbs if that gives you a lot more luxury/comfort is work it to me.

HYOH if you want to hike 5 miles a day and do single overnights you are still backpacking and if you enjoy yourself who the eff cares what others think. I personally LOVE those types of trips as well, building a camp fire and bringing in my luxury items like a napping hammock and lightweight camp chair etc it's great.
Finally you can cook ramen noodles on an actual ramen budget.

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Purchased thanks OP.
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In for one. I've been really happy with my pure outdoor cooler I've had for 4 years or so. Optimistic this will also be good quality
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I ordered one too, I'll receive it on Wednesday.
The reviews look good for this one.
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I ordered one as well, i might have to look into the cooler as well.
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very heavy for backpacking. if you care about weight and want to save money, get a regular backpacking stove.
While I agree, people into the ultralight style likely already have a different set up. This is a decent option if people want an alternative to name brand but don't mind the weight
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Would be willing to try if they had more attachments.
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Finally you can cook ramen noodles on an actual ramen budget.
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I bought this exact model last time it went on sale and have been very happy. I was out in the backcountry in high winds a month ago and this was the only stove that was able to sustain the winds, and it saved a lot of gas. It's relatively lightweight and maybe if you purchase the jetboil converter ring you can use pots and pans on it as well. I would recommend this, the only drawback is made in China but you get what you pay for, and there's always a Jetboil for that.
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Anyone know if this system is compatible with Jetboil pots?
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very heavy for backpacking. if you care about weight and want to save money, get a regular backpacking stove.
Really? 13.4 oz is heavy for your pot, stove, stabilizers & igniter? I mean it's not going to win any ultralite competitions, but I would disagree that this is "very heavy" for backpacking! Jetboil minimo which is used by tens of thousands of hard core backpackers weighs more than this! Now quality, that might be something you could complain about. Read the reviews, some leaks, some melting parts....I wouldn't use it for those reasons.
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Really? 13.4 oz is heavy for your pot, stove, stabilizers & igniter? I mean it's not going to win any ultralite competitions, but I would disagree that this is "very heavy" for backpacking! Jetboil minimo which is used by tens of thousands of hard core backpackers weighs more than this! Now quality, that might be something you could complain about. Read the reviews, some leaks, some melting parts....I wouldn't use it for those reasons.
I agree they have shaved the weight off their original system, but it is still pretty heavy. The jetboil stash system is half the weight for example, albeit not a full liter and missing some of the fine-tuning aspects. I would call this a casual camping (not car camping) stove. All that weight adds up, esp. for desert dwellers like me that have to carry all our water Smilie

The Jetboil form factor is also good for getting the water to temp quickly. Sometimes folks carry additional wind screens to help- but this is more weight. Finally, consider interoperability with other pots/skillets you might want to take along.
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