Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove - Fire Maple
Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove - Fire Maple
Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove - Fire Maple
Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove - Fire Maple
Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove - Fire Maple
Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove - Fire Maple
Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove - Fire Maple
Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove - Fire Maple
Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove - Fire Maple
Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove - Fire Maple

Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove

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The Blade 2 from Fire-Maple is a highly efficient and versatile stove for solo outings or cooking for a group. Its design allows you to use the fuel canister upright for precise flame control, as well as invert the canister for excellent performance in cold weather conditions

- Ultralight And Portable: This lightweight 135g / 4.76 oz portable gas stove folds into a compact size and easily fits inside a 1 liter/ 33.8 oz pot.

- Safe And Stable: The folding titanium legs and the pot rests keep the gas burner stable and safe for all types of camp cooking. The pot rests support pots of up to 10" in diameter.

- Highly Efficient: The jet burner operates at 2800 W/ 9500 BTU's and boils water in an instant! The Blade 2's design allows to use the fuel canister upright for precise flame control.


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Material: Titanium Alloy / Stainless Steel / Aluminum / Copper

Power: 9500 BTU

Weight: 135g / 4.76 oz

Fuel Type: Liquefied Petroleum Gas

Size: Unfolded 145 x 75 mm / Folded 75 x 89 mm

Boil Time: 3min 25sec per .5 liter

Q: How is the simmer control on this stove? Can you get heat low enough to cook eggs and pancakes?
A: Simmer control is good. Definitely can cook eggs and pancakes.

Q: Is the preheat tube an actual fuel line, or is it just a heat sink rod?
A: The preheat tube is a fuel line that let go the gas/liquid and has the preheat function also. With Blade 2, you easily turn the canister upside down after KEEPING UPRIGHT for at least 1.5 minutes.

Titanium Build

The Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove is crafted using titanium. Thereby allowing it to be super
light in weight and highly portable.

The Pre-heat Technology

It has a pre-heat tube for fuel that ensures better efficiency and solves the issue of flame sputtering.

Highly Efficient

It offers incredible efficiency, and its jet burner operates at 2800 W/9500 BTUs, thus allowing it to boil water instantly. In addition, you can enjoy precise flame control by using the fuel canister upright, thanks to the Blade 2's innovative design.

Stable & Safe

The pot rest can manage pots that are up to 10 inches in diameter. Its design also ensures stability and safety. The foldable titanium legs and the pot allow for stable
and safe cooking in a camp.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
T.H.G. (US)
Perfect for Ultralight Backpacking

I have used this stove many times while out backpacking or day hiking and have never had any issues with it. It fires right up every time and I love the fact that it has such a stable platform to take on larger pots. (larger than the standard 750 ml) I also enjoy the fact that it is generally safer to use than a traditional "sit on top" backpacking stove. I combine this stove with the titanium cup and it makes a perfect combination in my opinion. YouTube video placeholder
Kevin Toombes (CA)

Blade 2 Titanium Backpacking Stove

C. (US)
Hose melts

The stove is designed so that the block at the bottom that the hose connects to, and that carries the generator pipe, gets very hot. The hose is constructed from a rubber that melts from the brass barb on the inside, and leaks gas.

The stainless steel braid doesn't help because the heat damage is internal causing the barb fitting to leak, and eventually fall out.

To prevent this the hose would either need to be resigned using a heat resistant rubber, or a pipe should be added to the block to move the hose connection further away, and keep it cooler.

I couldn't find a replacement hose, but even if there was one, I don't think it would help unless it was different construction.

It's a shame because otherwise the stove is stable, light and hot.

J.A. (US)
Love the BLADE 2 Titanium, but valve needs improvement

This remote canister stove fulfills a lot of what I was looking for in a backpacking stove - lightweight, inverted canister for liquid feed to sip fuel, simmer capability, fine tune valve for cooking popcorn without burning. Yes, you read correctly - I can make popcorn in the backcountry without burning it on this stove! As much as I love this evolution of the Blade series stove, the valve at canister needs improvement. While it can be used inverted, it should have a stand and long tuning handle to make flame adjustments easier outside of windscreen - which is how this stove is supposed to be used. I changed out the Blade 2 canister valve with the valve from MSR WindPro™ II Stove. MSR's valve is much better suited for a remote, inverted setup with the canister stand and the threads on MSR valve are the same size as Firemaple's Blade 2. This makes a great setup! An improvement over that would be a folding stand for better packability. Firemaple, hope you read this!

jim freer (CA)
My keep on hand stove.

So far I have had it out 4 or 5 times. The simplicity of it is wonderful. The flame control is in a persfect spot for accessibility and has worked to controll from a hard boil to a simple simmer.
I have carried it on day hikes and multiple overnights and so far I love it.

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