It’s hard to beat the taste of an outdoor meal. But cooking up a feast for friends and family in the outdoors usually means hauling along bulky and heavy equipment. Well, not any more. Tupike Two Burner Stove has capacity for real cooking yet its light and compact enough to easily carry along. With a stainless steel body, oak laths and brass details Tupike will age with pride and look better with every adventure. The oak laths give the lid a rigid and robust feeling and protects the stove from wear and tear. When open, the lid and the additional side windscreens ensure steady cooking, even in windy conditions. Tupike comes with a custom griddle plate with a non-stick surface for easy use and cleaning. The griddle plate is made from die-cast aluminium, which ensures a good heat distribution. The stove is powered either by the smaller and lighter canister normally used for backpacking stoves (Primus canister gas 100 g, 230 g and 450 g) or, for more stationary use, the larger Primus 2012 and M16 x 1,5 (CG) cylinders. The 350121 and 350131 Tupike (NA) for the North American market is powered by the 16.4-oz. propane cylinder and Primus 100g, 230 g and 450 g gas canisters. Designed to be easy to use and keep clean the grids and the drip tray can be removed and cleaned individually. The solid materials and its robust design ensures years of reliable service
Tupike is also available in a version with a carrying bag, Tupike Kit, which holds both the stove and all the necessities for a good meal. The carrying bag is made from high quality polycotton fabric and has separate pockets for accessories, gas, food or other things needed.