Requires no priming! The Muka Stove has revolutionized common understanding of a gasoline stove’s characteristics such as becoming dirty with soot, cumbersome preheating, and maintenance before and after use. This gas stove combines a reliable, powerful output and ease of care. Made in Japan
Muka is not a simple gasoline stove but the next generation of stove. Includes hose, pump, maintenance tool and a carrying case. Wide mouth
Fuel Bottle sold separatery.
SOTO stoves - sparked by nature. SOTO have won editors choice awards and set a new standard for micro Regulator Technology
SotoBy: Warren Flanagan on 27 January 2019I can see why the SOTO stove has won three awards, this would be the best stove on the market, I have only done a test setup at home using white gasoline, but have two trips planned this year one in Victoria and one in New Zealand (Winter) cant wait to use. So simple to use, compact and lots of features that make it stand out ahead of the other stoves on the market!
My Review of the Soto Muka Multi-Fuel CookerBy: Rob on 21 September 2016This seems to be a very well made stove. Used it last weekend on Mt Bogong. Works very well in cold (snow) conditions where some gas stoves struggle. The pressuring of the fuel container does require quite a lot of pumping, but it does hold the pressure once you reach the required pressure. This allows you to boil one lot of water then shut the stove off and relight it later with no (or minimal) additional pumping. I left it overnight with minimal loss of pressure. This was a great convenience for the early morning cuppa. The lighting system seems to be better than other pressure stoves that i have used. You can adjust the flame output, but even at the lowest level it is reasonably hot - just keep stirring what you are cooking and it is fine. I have only used it for one trip so far, so ratings for durability and hence value are an early guess. It does seem to be very well made and well designed.
Great quality and light weightBy: Siji on 13 September 2016Well designed camping stove with high quality material. Easy to carry and maintain. The only problem for this stove is it really need a lot of pump before start. I did pressed 200+ times to see air pressure come up. A good exercise.
Soto Muka ReviewBy: Christian on 18 April 2016totally surpassed my old multifuel stove. Lightweight and very compact, easy to operate and powerful. I also like the innovative features on it specially the quick connector on the hose to the pump and the pressure indicator. I hate soot and dripping of excess fuel from the hose after using the stove but this stove leaves no fumes at all. I literally smell the very tip of the hose to check it. It's really a perfect upgrade to my old stove and will definitely use it on my next and future trips!
Initial review of the soto Muka stoveBy: Gerwin Otte on 10 August 2015The stove has not yet been field tested and so I cannot genuinely attest to its durability. However, it's compact enough to fit into my one-person cook-set and therefore I am happy to give it four stars on first impression. It certainly seems robust and well-made. That said the hose is far more flexible than the one on my msr dragonfly, but at this point I think the design benefits will outweigh the increased vulnerability. The price of the unit is certainly in keeping with the general cost of a gasoline stove, but I think the innovative design justifies 5 stars for value. Although the main selling point seems to relate to un-primed ignition, I found the initial flare-up to be almost on par with my dragonfly. The highlights, for me, were the vertical folding of the legs which improve its compactness, the intensity of the flame and cleanliness of the burn, the simple but effective control system, and finally a quality build in a low weight range! Can't wait to get some miles on it, and I will update as required!