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Lightfire pro | ultralight backpacking stove

$29.95
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A PERFECT CAMPING STOVE: ULTRALIGHT AND RELIABLE

After spending a day of adventuring along the trails, you’ll be craving a nice warm meal when you return to camp.

Introducing Lightfire Pro, a compact, lightweight, durable, reliable stove that gets the job done with a fraction of the price from others.

A must-havefor every outdoor enthusiast.

Simply unfold it and screw it into a little butane canister, open the legs, and with a built-in ignitor switch, creates an amazingly intense flame. 

 Around 5 mins to boil water.

 Perfect for a quick coffee and a warm meal.

✓ Small, lightweight, durable, easy to carry.

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WHY YOU SHOULD BUY LIGHTFIRE PRO?

✓ ULTRALIGHT: This little thing fits into a tiny carrying case not much bigger than the palm of your hand, keep your gear to a minimum. Perfect choice for minimalist backpackers.

✓ BUILT-IN IGNITOR - Lightfire Pro Includes electric, fast, reliable piezo push-start lighting igniter, and is protected inside the burner for durability. No matches or lighter needed.

✓ BROAD COMPATIBILITY:Unlike others that used custom fuels. Lightfire Pro is compatible with any 7/16 thread single butane/butane-propane mixed fuel canisters (EN 417) Which is available in most countries.

✓ FLAME CONTROL & WINDPROOF:With adjustable control valve for maximum flame control. Also windproof, perfect for a windy outdoor night.

 



WHAT IS IT FOR?

✓ Camping trip 

✓ Fishing trip

✓ A Trekking or Hiking trip

✓ Backpacking

✓ Wildlife photography camping

And every outdoor event you can think of.

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HOW TO USE?

1. When screwing on the canister, please turn off the valve and operate quickly to avoid leaking gas.

2. Before ignition, turn off the valve by turning it to the left. Then adjust the valve and push the ignitor button at the same time.

3. It's normal to have slight leaking gas when screwing on the canister. 

4. Remember to turn the valve off before screwing off the canister.