Polaris Optifuel incl. 0.4L Fuel Bottle
We raised the standards so high with this versatile, award-winning stove that the Man in the Moon wants one. He can’t, but you’ll rejoice in this multitalented stove that takes nearly any fuel* you want to give it to make sure you have a warm meal … anytime, anywhere, any weather. You get superior, reliable, one-jet cooking performance with no fiddling to change nozzles or attachments. When using LP Gas canisters, just flip between 4 Season Mode in cold temps and the Efficiency Mode for other use. Need a little stove scrub? Shazam! With the integrated magnetic cleaning needle, you can do that too, even while cooking. Plus, get end-of-day yum in the tum quickly with the patented quick-priming burner.
* Endless choices! White gas, LP Gas, Gasoline, Kerosene, Diesel, Jet fuel
|Fuel type||LPG Gas, White gas, Jet Fuel, Diesel, Kerosene|
|Average burn time||Up to 100 min at maximum output (with 400 ml of fuel)|
|Dimensions (mm)||80 × 140 × Ø 65|
|Average boil time for 1 L of water||Approx. 3.4 min/1 L, depending on climate, altitude etc.|
|Kit includes||Stove, FLIPSTOP™ pump, 0.4L fuel bottle, multitool, windscreen, heat reflector, stuff bag, lubricant, user manual|
Why emergency food?
Almost daily, we read in the media about accidents and disasters. Once the emergency has occurred, it will be too late to take any extensive precautions to control the damage. But appropriate planning will enable you to be prepared to face emergency situations. Our specially assembled Emergency Food packs have been designed to support you in this effort.
The greatest enemy of dehydrated or freeze-dried foods is moisture and oxygen. For long-term storage, foods must be packaged in solid containers with minimum moisture and oxygen contents. The purpose of packaging under a nitrogen atmosphere is to prevent oxidation of certain components contained in the food.
Food dehydration is the oldest method of increasing the shelf life of foods. For millennia, humanity has known that freshly harvested foods will not be spoiled if they are sun-cured. Such dehydrated foods used to be vital for survival during the wintertime, when food supplies were scarce. Today, state-of-the-art technologies offer new and more advanced approaches to preserving foods.