Customer Reviews Of:
Bleuet Pocket Stove - 18 Fuel Cubes
Closeouts. The super-low-profile, durable steel construction of Bleuet's Pocket camp stove is ideal for minimalist, multi-day backcountry trips. The included fuel cubes provide 15 minutes of burn time each -- more than enough time to boil a pint of water for a small meal or cup of coffee.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by AC from MA on Monday, September 28, 2015The fuel cubes smell strongly fishy. As in, smellable even through ziploc bags. That being said, the stove itself is nice and works well enough, a simple wind screen really helps the burn time.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mark the Backpacker. from Upstate New York on Wednesday, July 8, 2015I bought the Bleuet Pocket Stove to save on weight for a one-man backpack trip. I use freeze dried meals so only need boiled water for the meal packs and a cup of coffee in the morning. The Bleuet is much lighter in weight than my white gas stove, so I'm already pleased. Tried out one of the fuel cubes and it boiled two cups of water in under 15 minutes. Love it.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by off trail from Yosemite on Wednesday, June 24, 2015This stove does what it is made for and very well, we used it for a three day trip taking 3 fuel cubes per meal based on cooking time. The stove completed the task each time and with a little change in plans we were able to use less and do more by the third day. Planning is important and wind needs to be blocked for best results. Very little space and weight was needed in the pack for the stove.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by pizzajordan from spfld. on Saturday, December 20, 2014strong odor , if other fuel sources are wet this is a good option
light weight good for hiking
not sure if animals are repelled or attracted to the smell
if you don't have a whisperlite this is a good cheap option
Verified Buyer Reviewed by RIDGERUNNER from Knoxville, TN on Wednesday, May 28, 2014Great for boiling water. Easy to carry.
Reviewed by Janice from Huntsville on Friday, May 9, 2014I opened the Sierra box and immediately the smell hit me. It didn't take long to find the source. I opened the stove and fuel box and double ziplock (freezer) bagged the fuel. It still permeated. The smell has staying power. I can't imagine using these on the trail. They could certainly attract wildlife. I was still able to smell where they had been in my house two days after removing them from the area. The stove is cute, the fuel is a problem.