BOBCAT EMERGENCY STOVE W/ THERMAFUEL-DIETHYLENE GLYCOL (4 Cans) 16 HOURS
- Durable, Lightweight Aluminum Construction
- Perfect for camping, hiking, emergency situations, and more
- Folds Flat for Simple, Easy Storage
- Sets Up in Less than 1 Minute
- Large Capacity for Multiple Fuel Sources, including up to 3 ThermaFuel Cans
Prepare food anywhere with Legacy Premium’s Bobcat Emergency Stove and Diethylene Glycol fuel supply kit.
There are a variety of camp stoves and emergency cook kits in the disaster preparedness industry, but Legacy Premium’s Bobcat Emergency Stove stands above all the rest. This cooking supply system includes one lightweight, foldable aluminum Bobcat Emergency Stove that fits up to three ThermaFuel diethylene glycol fuel cans at once, giving it a powerful heating capacity. It also comes with a supply of 4, 12, or 24 Diethylene Glycol fuel cans with each one having a four-hour burn time.
Not only are Legacy Premium’s emergency Diethylene Glycol fuel cells are reliable and long-lasting, they are also safe for use anywhere, both indoors and outdoors, because they are clean-burning and release no toxic fumes or smoke. And with a consistent level of heat, each can will prepare from 4-6 meals.
In addition to being reliable, the essential cooking supply system is easy to use. Remove the lid on the Diethylene Glycol fuel can, place it in the base of the stove, light the wicks, and place your pot on the top rack. Any fuel remaining in the can when you’re finished cooking, can be extinguish , replace the lid, and save it for next time.
In an emergency situation, the person who has an emergency cook stove that runs on cheap, long-lasting fuel will be in a good place. Because Legacy Premium knows what is on the line in an emergency, they offer affordable, practical survival gear that lasts and delivers the results you need.
ThermaFuel Features –
- 4 Hour Burn Time per Can
- Smokeless and Odorless
- Clean Burning – No Toxic Fumes
- Safe for Indoor or Outdoor Usage
- 20 Year Plus Shelf Life
- 4-Wick System delivers Consistent Heat Level without Fluctuation
- Re-Usable. Use flame when needed, extinguish when finished. Reseal Cap for Storage. Re-light when needed.
*Tested boiling of 6 cups of water in 2 quart thin wall aluminum pot with lid showed boiling in 20-25 minutes, then approximately 20 minutes of cook time. Boiling time can vary depending on the type of pot used. Best results with smallest possible pot size, good lid and thinner walled pot.
Unscrew lid and place the fuel cell in the stove. Light match and hold flame against a wick for 10 seconds. The flame from the fuel cell will not immediately be seen as the flame starts slowly and builds over the first half minute or so. To extinguish the flame, carefully place the lid back over the fuel cell. Use tongs or other tool to avoid the flame coming in contact with your hand when placing the lid back over the fuel cell.
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