Apex II


Apex II
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Apex II
Manufacturer Peak 1
Page By Alan Ellis
Page Type Jan 11, 2003 / Jan 20, 2007
Object ID 617
Hits 6332
Runs on white gas or unleaded car fuel. Top-notch flame control eases food preparation. External fuel bottle saves weight and refueling 22-oz. fuel bottle included (also sold separately), Adjustable, self leveling legs. Excellent flame control. Connects directly to its external fuel bottle. Great simmer quality. Made by Coleman.

• Operates on clean burning Coleman® Fuel or kerosene with optional genertor (sold seperately)

• One fill up will last through a typical weekend of camping

• 22 oz. fuel bottle included

• Precise low-to-high flame control

• Low profile for added stability and wind resistance

• Fold-out legs and leveling screw adjusts leg position to help keep stove steady on uneven surface

• Service parts kit included

• Windscreen helps protect flame and doubles as a pot support

• Simple, quick set-up; no priming, no hassle

• Limited lifetime warranty



Viewing: 1-3 of 3

Alan Ellis - Jan 11, 2003 6:42 am - Voted 3/5

Untitled Review
For a liquid fuel stove, the simmer ability is outstanding and the power of this stove is excellent. It is a better stove for winter camping or mountaineering. It's too heavy for three season alpine, especially when there are several ultra-lite canister stoves out there. The stove is somewhat of a pain in the neck to pump up and use, and sometimes you get fuel on your hands. I never used it with car gas or kerosene but I guess that would be a good feature if traveling abroad. Pros: Very hot, boils fast, good in low temperatures, multi-fuel option. Cons: Heavy, bulky, messy, requires a lot of pumping to start and continued pumping to cook.

Brett A - May 27, 2004 1:52 am - Voted 4/5

Untitled Review
Although I don't actually own this stove, I've use it a lot in boy scouts on various backpacking and camping trips. It is a tough stove and it works great, even in the snow (I've used several of them). No priming required. The retro lunar lander look is also a plus. It is quite heavy though and not the best for backpacking because of this.

bomviteers24 - Mar 8, 2008 7:20 am - Voted 4/5

untitled review
my mountaineering club using this stove for more than a year but its still in good condition in even in windy summit,but a lot of pumping to start the stove and continue pumping to cook, and you smell kerosene after you finish cooking ...

Viewing: 1-3 of 3