Pot Stand for X series - Fire Maple
Pot Stand for X series - Fire Maple
Pot Stand for X series - Fire Maple

Pot Stand for X series

Regular price $8.95 Sale price$5.95 Save 34%
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This premium-grade stainless steel stand is specifically designed to be fully compatible with all Firemaple cooking systems. By effortlessly attaching the pot stand to most Firemaple burners, you gain the flexibility to use it in conjunction with Firemaple's popular Feast Series, as well as the Antarcti Series.

  • Covert your Fire-Maple X2 or X3 cooking system into a multipurpose stove with this locking Pot Support, adapted to varies of camping pot, fry pan, kettle, etc.
  • Stainless steel: Made of high quality stainless steel, which is durable and rust-resistant. it can be used for a long time.
  • Extremely convenient: The stove holder is easy to install and disassemble. it can be easily installed on any surface, such as wood, ceramic, metal, etc.

Material: Stainless Steel

Weight: 65g


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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Greg D (US)
Awesome product but shipping costs are astronomical compared to other companies

The pot stand works perfectly and fits in the nesting bowl. I like the kit and i will use it for years.

Jules (AU)
Pot holder

Well designed and made.
Fits perfectly onto my campmaster ultralight hiking stove.

Kevin A (US)
Not what I needed

Admittedly, I read the description wrong. But this doesn’t fit the Polaris. I ordered as a backup. I thought when the description said that it fits all cooking systems, the Polaris was included. My bad.

It is very well made and quite robust.

Laurie (US)
Works well if the weather is fair

I've used my stove for one weekend camping trip, primarily for boiling water. Yes, the ignition switch is awesome. The stove lights easily when there is no breeze. One morning though it turned off without there seeming to be a reason. No breeze, no rain...I turned around when I didn't hear it in the background and it had gone out. I started it again though without issue.