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Furno Stove

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It may not be the lightest (not far off though), but the 360 Degrees Furno Stove would have to be the best value stove on the market.

Three folding arms provide stable support for pots up to 20cm diameter, and enable compact stowage in a pack. Its stainless steel and alloy body features a folding heat adjustment knob, and provides durable, lightweight performance.

  • 99g
  • 11,900BTU/hr output.
  • Boils 1 litre in 3min 20sec.
  • Adjustable flame control.
  • Includes plastic storage case.
     
Snowys Code:
40860
Supplier Code:
360FURNOSTOVE
In Use Dimensions:
12L x 12W x 9H cm
Packed Dimensions:
11.8L x 5.2W x 5.2H cm
Material:
Stainless Steel | Alloy
BTU Per Burner:
11900
No. of Burners:
1
1L Boil Time:
3.20 mins
Fuel Type:
Isobutane | Propane
Fuel Consumption:
254 g/hr
Ignition:
Manual
Gas Fitting to Bottle:
Self Sealing Threaded
Weight:
0.099 Kg
Warranty:
1 Year
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Sep 28 2016

Excellent stove

perfect little stove, boils water quickly and is very compact

- WA
Jun 16 2016

Brilliant

This little thing is great. Super compact and pumps out some heat. I used a 230gm canister with it and got 5 days use heating 3 meals a day + coffees + hot water for shaving and still have a bit of gas leftover. That was in zero degree temps as well. Would definitely recommend this product.

- Radelaide
Oct 09 2015

Great Product!

Small and compact, perfect for hikes. Added bonus, metal fan thing on the stove looks super cool when it is lit.

- Perth

Length of one fill1 answers

how much butane/propane does it hold? Need it to last 5 kids for 3 days

- coffs(9 months ago)
The stove itself doesn't hold gas/fuel Lib. It attached to self sealing 100/230 or 450 g isobutane/propane canisters. Burn times is dependent on the conditions in which the stove is being used in, but as a guide a 230 g canister will run for approximately 1 hour.
- Snowys(9 months ago)

where can I buy the cannisters for the stove from? and how much are they?1 answers

- Albany WA(10 months ago)
Most camping and outdoor outlets should have compatible gas canisters Donella, there are generally 3 sizes being 100g, 230g and 450g ranging in price from around $8.00 - $14.00. You will need the threaded canisters which all have a self sealing valve enabling the canister to be removed for storage and transport.
- Snowys(10 months ago)

Butane / propane ration1 answers

I've seen earlier that this stove should only be used with an 80% Butane - 20% Propane, canister. What would happen if used with a 75% Iso-Butane - 25% Propane? Thank you

- MULLUMBIMBY, NSW(1 year ago)
This won't be a problem Jean. You may find that an 80/20 mix is slightly more efficient, but the only difference most people will notice is the extra cost of this fuel ratio. You won't cause any damage to your stove by using a 70/30 or 75/25 fuel mix..
- Snowys(1 year ago)

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA

Opening hours:
Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
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