Titanium Wing Stove for Esbit

6 reviews
$14.95 Weight 0.42 oz / 12.0 g

Lead Time In Stock This Titanium Wing Stove combined with Esbit Tablets may be the lightest and simplest way for minimalist hikers to heat water. The arms are shaped to nestle a small mug, or rest a larger pot like any of our Evernew pots and mugs. The arms fold together for a small flat packed size.

Folded Dimensions:

About 3" x 2" x 1" (7.5 cm x 5 cm x 2.5 cm)

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Ron H.
United States United States

Pleasantly surprised

I've been experimenting with taking food for overnight trips that don't require heating to minimize weight. I looked into alcohol stoves but decided they weigh almost as much as a traditional stove. Then I saw this on the zpacks website and figured the price is right for the weight. I like that you can take only the fuel you need. My first test was in sub-freezing conditions and I was skeptical on Esbit tablet would boil almost 2 cups of water. I was with two friends who had stoves that I could use as backup, but I didn't need to. I was pleasantly surprised by how well it worked. Sure it takes a bit longer to bring water to a boil, but if your doing other camp chores at the same time it's not a big deal. Burns hot and clean with no residue on my pot. Packs up very small and weight is very low. I highly recommend for short trips - I haven't tested on longer trips yet. Just note that the Esbit tabs smell bad. I made the mistake of also ordering the Possum gloves and they absorbed the odor during shipping but over time it subsided. I keep the tabs in a ziplock bag, but read somewhere that leaving them outside in the sun reduces the odor without changing effectiveness. I'll give this a try once it warms up a bit.

Phillip W.
United States United States

If You’re Serious About Ultra Light

If you are truly serious about ultralight, but still enjoy a hot meal or drink, this is the stove for you. At 14g plus the fuel cubes you’ll have less weight than the lightest alcohol stove/fuel set up. With the added bonus of always knowing exactly how much fuel you have. Sure it takes a little longer to get to boiling, but with camp chores to do it’s no big deal.

Greg M.
United States United States

When you carry camo items again .

I have purchased 2 shelters and 2 packs along with several accessory items . All items I have been very pleased with and have been high quality . I will discontinue making any future purchases until you resume carrying items in camouflage material . Thank you , Greg

Max G.
United States United States


I've only tested it in the yard so far but I'm very happy with it. used a heavy aluminum foil diy windscreen and boiled 12 oz of water no problem. Helping me get the base weight down to 8.5 lbs!

Edwin M.
United States United States

From gas to tabs

When the weather cools gas is not an efficient cooking fuel. This is a weight efficient exchange.