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Top 19 Product Ratings

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Score Product Price Our Take
75
$65
Editors' Choice Award
This lightweight stove is easy to use and will boil water when it's breezy
75
$70
A favorite for simmering that can also boil water in the breeze
69
$150
Top Pick Award
This is light, relatively fuel efficient and convenient stove
68
$110
This stove prepares dehydrated meals and coffee water super fast
64
$50
We are impressed by this stove's ability to do everything with ease
64
$85
Don't want to spend a lot on an integrated canister stove? See here
63
$17
Best Buy Award
A mini stove with a mini price
62
$115
This middle-of-the-road stove has some new good features and some old frustrating ones
60
$130
This stove performs well in every way except weight and size
59
$25
A bulky small canister stove that's good at simmering but doesn't have a piezoelectric start
55
$240
This one-trick pony is slowly being rendered obsolete by easier-to-use stoves
55
$150
Great fuel efficiency and wind performance in a not-so-user-friendly package
54
$60
This stove is light on weight and features
50
$80
This stove shines when things get chilly or you're running low on fuel, otherwise it's average
46
$25
Decent at simmering, not so great at everything else
42
$140
Top Pick Award
This uniquely versatile stove has all the features you love, plus one
40
$100
For extended backpacking trips and expeditions, this tried and true liquid fuel model still can't be beat
40
$150
Our favorite for cooking next level meals, not just noodles and sauce, but note its weight and loudness
40
$110
While this stove isn't a high performer, it does do certain things well