Today Luke is reviewing the AYADA Gas Stove which is a very budget friendly canister stove.
Is it worth $20?
Find out now!
Agenda Free Link : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07PQGRQ5M
Price : $22
Weight : 9.5oz for the stove alone – 11.5oz with case
Max Support Weight : 20lbs
BTUS : 3,500 watts / 11,942 BTU’s
Compact for the size of the stove.
Quality is excellent for the price.
Performance is excellent for the price – can simmer, rocket boil and anywhere in between.
Excellent for boiling water for coffee or slow cooking onions and garlic in a frying pan.
Not A Con – Small cups and pots will get extremely hot as heat comes over the sides; can melted the handle to whatever you put on there. Works better with larger pots and pans.
Performs well enough in breezing conditions; if windy you will want a wind screen; either make one or bring one. – has an integrated wind screen.
No issues from the ignitor.
Fast boiling times; two liters of water in roughly 2 minutes. Of course, timing varies on outdoor conditions.
Storage box is a pain to open and to close. Pinching fingers is a real possibility
It isn’t the most stable of stoves; if you are careful you won’t have any issues though – I do wish that the pot support legs jutted out further which would make whatever you put on it more sable.
While not the first stove that I grab when it comes to a solo backpacking adventure, it is one that I think about for trips where I am with other people or if I was planning to do a lot of cooking. The power and adjustability of this stove is excellent.
I haven’t heard of this brand before so there is no telling how reliability will be going into the future as the company doesn’t have much of a track record. Also, they don’t seem to have a web site so you warranty is basically as long as you can return it to Amazon. Something to consider. So far it looks great though and I have had no problems with this stove and I have been testing it out for months now.
Web Site : www.theoutdoorgearreview.com
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