The Olicamp Vector is designed for easy operation with fold away pot supports and smooth turning valve. Folds down small to save space. Hard plastic carry case included to protect your stove during transport. The Vector's flat burner head design focuses the flame for faster boil times and efficient fuel consumption. Convenient canister fuel eliminates the need for priming or pumping. Fits universal screw-on valve canister fuel of Butane/Propane mixtures. Extended flame control wire valve is easy to operate even with gloved hands. Adjust the heat output for simmering your evening meal or crank it up for your morning brew. The Olicamp Vector is ideal for any backcountry adventure.
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Good ProductMay 09, 2013
By mike This little stove really surprised me. All of these materials are high grade and don't seem as flimsy as some stoves. I bought this one to replace the pocket rocket my brother lost on the pacific crest. My first impression was that it seemed just like the pocket rocket and to my surprise it has performed well for $20. The wind screen kept the flame going and the pot stands grip whatever i put on it. My only complaint is that the case is a little bulky, but for $20 i just put it in a small bag so it will fit in my cook kit and I'm happy with this setup. I can almost guarantee if you like the pocket rocket model of stoves you'll find that this little gem will compliment your cook kit very well. Very impressed.. Btw this is the first olicamp product I have ever tried.
Olicamp Vector stove equal to the "big brands"Dec 29, 2013
By Wess K Fulton The Olicamp Vector stove is an excellent little stove and a great value.
First the pros: and the cons: High heat output Doesn't fold up quite as compact as some competing stoves Simmers easily Burner design has limited flame spread Effective windscreen Doesn't have an ignitor which usually fails eventually anyway Lightweight