• Adventure Skottle- Misc Items

    Adventure Skottle Misc Items


    Adventure Skottle (not kit)- $295


    Adventure Lid- $25


    Adventure Skottle Wind Guard- $20


    MSR-Gear Superfly Stove w. Adapter- $69


    MSR-Gear DragonFly Multi-Fuel Stove- $139


    Jetboil MightyMo Stove and Adapter- $49.50


    GSI Glacier Camp Stove & Adapter- $25


    MSR-Gear Whisperlite Universal Stove- $139


    Adapter Only: Whisperlite Universal Stove- $12


    Adapter Only: MSR- Superfly and GSI-Glacier Camp Stoves- $12


    Adapter Only: Jetboil MightMo Stove- $6

    • What Stove Should I Use?

      Decisions,  Decisions, Decisions ...

      The Adventure Skottle Grill was originally designed around the MSR-DragonFly stove.  The DragonFly stove is considered as one of the most popular adventure travel stoves in the world.  However, it does have some drawbacks and it might not be the best stove for you when using the Adventure Skottle.   Below we have listed the stoves that will work with the Adventure Skottle and our opinion of which will work best.  Our list of stoves may grow in time as we test new stoves and develop additional adapters.  T


      The Pros and Cons listed with each stove below is in relationship to its use with the Adventure Skottle Grill only.


      7000-10,000 BTU rating is one of the requirements for a stove to be considered appropriate for use with the Adventure Skottle.  We have found lower BTU rated stoves do not heat the Skottle pan sufficiently.  Although one almost never uses these stove on full blast. It is nice to have the power in reserve.


      The MSR Dragonfly is a liquid fuel stove with a great blend between convenience and functionality. One of its strongest qualities is its excellent simmer control, but it can also pump out heat, which is nice for fast boil times. It can also be used with a variety of different fuels when traveling internationally. 


      No adapter needed; clips on the bottom of the Skottle pan.
      More than enough power or BTUs. 
      Wide flame pattern
      Liquid fuel (white gas, unleaded gas, diesel, vodka etc.

      Large stove
      Liquid fuel
      Dirty burning depending on fuel
      Finicky to use
      Expensive to buy.


      The MSR Whisperlite Universal stove is a multi-fuel and canister stove. The Whisperlite is comparable to the MSR Dragonfly in output and function. 


      A TemboTusk made adapter works to secure the stove to the Adventure Skottle
      More than enough power or BTUs
      Wide flame Pattern
      Canister and liquid fuel

      Large stove
      Dirty burning depending on fuel
      Expensive to buy


      The Jetboil MightyMo stove is a great blend of the power and size. It uses a propane/butane gas canister for fuel. Easily adapts to the Adventure Skottle pan.  The entire stove when closed will fit in the palm of your hand.  It is rated at 10,000 BTUs and has a controllable flame output.


      Simple adapter, allows stove to easily clip to the bottom of the Skottle pan 
      Canister fuel
      Strong flame
      Easy to use
      Small, light weight.  Stores anywhere.
      Inexpensive to buy

      Narrow flame pattern.
      Flame is jet like and heat is very concentrated in one place

      MSR SuperFly stove is a compact stove with a very wide flame pattern.  Perfect for heating up the Skottle.  As any MSR stove, it does not have a BTU rating, but a Google search sets it around 10,000 BTUs. The stove uses a propane/butane mix gas canister for fuel and has a controllable flame output.


      A TemboTusk made adapter works to secure the stove to the Adventure Skottle
      Canister fuel 
      Strong wide pattern flame      
      Easy to use with piezo electric start 
      Adjustable flame control and simmer.
      Burner head removable for easy storage

      A little bulky unless the burner head is removed. 
      A bit expensive


      GSI Outdoor Glacier Camp Stove is very similar to the MSR SuperFly stove.  Both are the same size and the BTU output is similar.  The Glacier Camp Stove is compact, with a very wide flame pattern, which makes it perfect for heating up the Skottle pan.  The stove uses a propane/butane mix gas canister for fuel and has a controllable flame output. 


      The same TemboTusk Adapter works for both the GSI Glacier Stove and
      the MSR SuperFly stove.
      Strong wide pattern flame
      Adjustable flame and simmer control
      Very reasonably priced 
      Good quality

      A little bulky
      No Piezo lighter


      What stove does TemboTusk recommend?

       Out of the stoves listed above, we recommend both the MSR SuperFly stove and the GSI Glacier Camp Stove.   The SuperFly and the Glacier are very similar in size and function.  After testing all the above burners, the SuperFly & Glacier worked the best.  It is a simple old style stove and the wide flame pattern heats up the Adventure Skottle best for cooking.  Jerry the owner of TemboTusk uses both the above mentioned stoves in his personal Adventure Skottle. 


      Arguably, the DragonFly is the best stove, and if you have a need for liquid fuel such as international travel where a canister is hard to come by or you travel by motorcycle; the DragonFly will be best. Many adventure motorcycle riders like a stove that can use the bike’s unleaded gas as fuel.  It save on space.


      The Jetboil MightyMo is a very good stove and we like it a lot.  Its only drawback is the narrow flame pattern.  The MightyMo stove concentrates its heat on the small center of the pan causing hot spots if set too high. The MightyMo is the smallest and most compact of all the stoves. 


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