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Coghlans Camp Stove Toaster

Toasted bread coming up
78.00 kr 62.00 kr

CRUX gas burner

Optimus compact lightweight stove
952.00 kr

Crux Lite Gas Stove

Optimus ultra lightweight gas burner
714.00 kr

Feuerhand Pyron

Double-walled roofing tile.
3 178.00 kr

Gas Adaptor

Primus gas cans refill Power lighters.
205.00 kr

Jetboil Canister Stabilizer

Stabilizer for securing underneath the gas canister
142.00 kr

Jetboil Coffee Press Grande

Fits wider Jetboil stoves
348.00 kr

Jetboil Coffee Press Silicone

Coffee stamp with silicone connection
301.00 kr

Jetboil CrunchIt Recycling Tool

Tool for puncturing gas cylinders
157.00 kr

Jetboil Flash 2.0

Jetboil single gas stove 1.0 liter
2 224.00 kr 1 588.00 kr

Jetboil JetGauge

Amount of gas you have left in the can...
316.00 kr 237.00 kr

Jetpower Fuel 100 gram

Jetboil gas for stoves
87.00 kr

Jetpower Fuel 450 gram

Jetboil gas for stoves
167.00 kr

Jetboil Micromo burner

Gas burner with 0.8 liter pot
2 781.00 kr 2 224.00 kr

Jetboil MightyMo burner

Simple and efficient burner
1 143.00 kr 905.00 kr

Jetboil Minimo

Jetboil superkoger - also for food.
2 940.00 kr 2 352.00 kr

Jetboil Pot Support

Use your Jetboil for regular pots
189.00 kr

Jetboil Stash

Compact and lighter burner
2 542.00 kr

Jetboil Zip

0.8 liters cup with heat distributor and neoprene cover
1 747.00 kr 1 429.00 kr

Kelly kettle Pot Support Steel

Grate holder for wood-fired boiler
126.00 kr

Kelly Kettle Trekker Steel

Brændefyret kedel
952.00 kr 714.00 kr

Kelly Kettle Ultimate Base Camp Kit

Wood-burning water heater.
1 747.00 kr 1 223.00 kr

Kelly Kettle Ultimate Scout Kit

Wood-fired boiler
1 747.00 kr 1 223.00 kr

Light My Fire FireLighting Kit

igniting the fire
301.00 kr

Gas burners for all purposes from the best manufacturers


Wide selection of burners from Trangia, Primus, Jetboil and many more
Andersenoutdoor.com is a pure outdoor shop and we have a wide selection of some of the most important gear for a good adventure. Namely what you need to cook your food.

Anyone who has tried it will nod in recognition that a canned beef with mashed potatoes made from powder can be the most beautiful gourmet meal. Just when it is consumed on a small mountain shelf, with many hours of hard work behind and with the view over the valley in front.

In which situations is it a good idea to choose a gas burner, when should I spend the extra money on a multifuel burner and when is alcohol the preferred fuel?

The advantages of a gas burner


The old alcohol burners will probably never die and fortunately they also have a great advantage in being inexpensive to operate. Most people who choose a Trangia today also buy a gas burner and thus the possibility of using gas for heating. And gas also has several advantages over an alcohol burner. First of all, it is faster to cook the food with a gas burner - there is simply more power in the flames and the water boils faster. Secondly, the dishwashing crew is quite happy with the gas, as it does not blacken pots and pans, but leaves a nice and clean backside of the pots.

Speaking of the advantages of gas, it should also be mentioned that much less weight needs to be carried. When it is gas we need to bring, it is lighter than alcohol. Gas is also very easy to regulate the heat. A disadvantage of the gas is if the temperature becomes too low, the gas becomes difficult to burn evenly. A good tip in cold environments is to keep the gas close to the body for the last kilometers before reaching the camp, or to keep it in the sleeping bag for a while before cooking.

When should I choose a multifuel burner


But when is it advantageous to use multifuel burners? Well, part of the answer lies in the name of the burner itself, namely multifuel. They can burn virtually all types of fossil fuels and they can be obtained all over the world. However, the combustion in a multifuel burner is not as clean as in a gas burner, so we are back to the dishwashing crew, who again have to scrub soot off pots and pans. Multifuel burners are also somewhat cumbersome to operate. Thus, the fuel must be heated up before it can burn properly and it requires some skill, knowledge, and sometimes a little patience to clean nozzles, etc.

If you are in doubt about what to choose, you are very welcome to contact andersenoutdoor.com for a chat about your burner choice.

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