Bivouac! Foldable Pocket Cooker, Canteen Cup Stove for easy travel. Forget cold food in the boonies! Heat up some grub, like beans, hot dogs or soup. Compact Cooker uses all natural fuel such as sticks, paper, straw, anything. No gas. No batteries. Unfolds in a jiffy from 6 1/2 x 3 3/4 x 1 1/8" to 8 x 6"h. (open). Hinged, all-metal panels. Comes in nylon case with 2"w. belt loop. Weighs 1.2 lbs. To deploy yours, order now! Foldable Pocket Cooker.
This is a great stove for cooking and or boiling water for your canteen cup. Some people even call it a canteen cup stove. Of course you can use natural materials or even trioxabe bars, your own homemade fire starters or anything that burns.
This Pocket cooker comes with blue storage case.
Forget cold food in the boonies! Heat up some grub, like beans, hot dogs or soup.
This pocket cooker is an item that comes highly recommended by our customers that are interested in backpacking, camping, hiking, survival and many other outdoor activities. We have been looking to carry it for a while and now we have them available.
Check out what a customer said about the Foldable Pocket Cooker Here
Pocket cooker main features:
- Light collapsible, compact - no special fuesl needed. Just use anything you have available, paper, branches anything burnable.
- Fast, efficient - cooks, boils, heats meals in minutes
- Safe, nature friendly, reliable - for use all year round
- Sturdy and simple, built of heavy duty materials, it requires little care.
Toms test of the pocket cooker:
This is a new item that we recently picked up. I have been hearing about the pocket cooker for a while and was recently on a week long trip at a friends survival school. One of the other guys had one of these and I took just a few minutes to check it out for quality. It is very well made. It's seems a little heavy, but that is because it is made of pretty solid steel.
Last night I took the pocket cooker home to play with it. My kids and I opened it up easily and set it on the grass. I measured out two cups of water in one of our small kitchen saucepans. I then started a small fire in the cooker after gathering some tinder, some small branches and pine park. On the inside bottom of the pocket cooker, is a couple metal shelves with air holes throughout them for air flow that are raised about a half inch off the ground to build your fire on. It just took a couple minutes to get a small fire going in the pocket cooker and get the flames roaring. I put the saucepan on the cooker and it really got warm quickly and I had a rolling boil in 5 minutes and 45 seconds. Not bad for the whole thing. Pull it out, fire it up and you have boiling water in under 10 minutes.
I like it because it is so much easier to get a small, metal enclosed fire ready and roaring in the pocket cooker than it is for a regular sized camp fire. When it was done, I simply put the fire out with the water and kicked it over in the dirt and grass and stomped on it a bit. I then hosed it out, set out to dry and put it back in the pouch. In the field, of course you could clean it up with sand or dirt or preferably some nearby water.
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Customer Reviews — 12item(s)
- Great little stove for the money. Ok so you have to burn the paint off I did it in the campfire Once that\'s done it\'s a sturdy versatile piece of kit for under $15.
- I HAVE HAD THIS STOVE FOR ABOUT A YEAR NOW AND I HAVE TO SAY IT IS THE BEST STOVE MADE FOR SURVIVAL,HICKING,AND CAMPING.THE ONLY THING I FOUND WRONG WITH THE STOVE WAS THAT THE MANUFACTER DIDNT USE HEAT RESSISTANT PAINT,AFTER THE FIRST TIME I USED MY STOVE I SANDED OFF THE OLD PAINT AND RE-PAINTED IT WITH A RUST RESSISTANT HIGH HEAT PAINT,rustolium Bar BQ spray paint works greatafter i painted the stove i never had a problem.you can use anyting flamable for a fuel source.
- the pocket cooker is the baist wood stove in the world so gait the pocket cooker to day
- i havint got it yat but i thak it will be a good wood stove
- I do not even have to wait to get this stove to give a review! The description and photo make it very clear what this stove is and I expect to get long use from her. The reviews that it burnt off the paint was helpful, but expected. I\'ll cook it off before the first field use and give is a dose of high temp stove paint. and I\'ll make a more durable pouch for her from surplus military canvas, with a lighter pocket! I\'ll not have any complaints.
good concept, poorly executed
- I wanted so much to like this stove. Boil times are acceptable, folding design is nice, etc. I ordered this fold-up stove for a one-month trip, thinking I\'d save weight by not carrying fuel. It lasted about a week in the bush. Great in concept, yes. However, the quality of materials was disappointing. The pouch was of shoddy material, and you need a protective layer to keep soot off of your other equipment. I had to resort to a plastic ZipLock bag. My chief complaint was that with a reasonably hot fire, THE PAINT BURNED OFF, releasing a cloud of noxious fumes and exposing the metal to rust and moisture damage.<br>This could be done so much better! Made of stainless steel and a decent pouch, this stove would be worth $50+. Overall, I will never buy or recommend one of these again. Maybe OK if you\'re going to use it once or twice, but for the serious adventurer, KEEP SHOPPING.
- A great little fired cooker. Easy to start a fire in with whatever is available. In addition to the supplied case, recommend you have a plastic bag to put it in as it gets sooty. Also your pans will have soot on them, it is helpful to have a bag that will keep the soot from your other gear. I keep a cigarette lighter with mine so it is always ready to go. For short trips, a regular stove may be better, but for long trips where you don\'t want to carry lots of fuel, this is great.
Foldable Pocket Cooker
- The heavy weight v. carry a fuel stove, fuel and canister are about even. I used this stove for the first time this weekend with out scouts. We got water to boil in about 12 minutes. However, the paint bubbled and burnt off. Afterwards the cooker was very dirty from the paint bubbling, burning and peeling off along with the sort from the fire - good thing the a case comes with the cooker otherwise it would have made a mess of the backpack. Neat item for the price.
- was very impressed with it. heated my soup up fast.
- I was impressed with this product, it is nice and compact and multiple fuel options could be used in it for a heat source.
- This is one incredible piece of metal!! I tryed it the first day i got it and was shocked. it boiled water in 5 mins. max. If you have wet fire tinder even better you wont need fuel.
- I have used the Pocket Cooker for years. While it seems heavy, remember that you don\'t have to carry fuel for it. As long as you have a way to start a fire and small sticks, leaves, pine needles, or anything else to burn, you can have a hot meal in minutes. Recently we did a test where we got a fire going and packed the cooker full of small sticks. We then timed how long the fire would burn... it burned hot for 12 minutes without doing anything to it. That is easily enough to boil 2 mugs full of water for coffee, oatmeal or whatever. The cooker works best if you elevate it a little higher off the ground than its feet raise it. You can either set it on small rocks or dig out a little under it. This prevents ash accumulation from cutting off the air from the bottom. A real deal in stoves.