Be sure to check out the Eureka Spire Stoves and Accessories
EUREKA SPIRE CAMP STOVES
Eureka, a company this well known for making quality camping gear at affordable prices, is getting into the camp stove business for the very first time. In the spring of 2016, it will release two new stoves designed to meet the needs of car campers under the Spire brand. Those stoves vary slightly in size, but are both large enough to easily cook a full meal for hungry campers.
Back in 2012, Johnson Outdoor's – Eureka's parent company – purchased JetBoil, and the results of that acquisition are starting to become evident.
Much like the Genesis Basecamp, the Spire and Spire LX stoves can also be connected to one another to expand the cooking options for camp kitchen.
An additional burner can be added for boiling water, making coffee, or warming other items as well.
These stoves aren't nearly as compact and lightweight as the JetBoil's newest offering however, as they tip the scales at 11 pounds each. They'll also operate most efficiently when connected to a 20-gallon fuel tank as well.
But for those who want a full featured kitchen on the go, Eureka's stoves should more than suffice, and sell and a very affordable price.
Backpackers and committed thru-hikers appreciate the ease with which a modern camping stove system can be set up and taken down. There’s no waiting for coals to cool or dumping buckets of precious water on hissing ashes once the meal is done, and some sites—especially those in the dry backcountry—ban fires altogether to prevent anyone from setting off a devastating blaze.
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