Fuel bottles are used to transport liquid fuels for camping stoves easily and safely. Certain models by MSR, Primus or Optimus can be connected directly to a gas stove or multifuel stove.
With capacities ranging from 300 ml to 1.5 l outdoor enthusiasts, campers, trekkers and mountaineers can choose between small bottles for short trips with a small amount of luggage and larger variations for long trekking adventures.
Not to be confused with water bottles
Equipped with a standard screw thread it is easy to attach most fuel pumps. For safety reasons you should check the compatibility and proper positioning of the seals before using. This way you can make sure everything runs smoothly on your next tour. Most fuel bottles are equipped with a leak-proof closure and a child lock to prevent confusion with water bottles.
In any case you should keep fuel containers and all fuel types out of reach of children and water bottles and fuel bottles should be kept separately, even if they are empty.
Unbeatable at the end of the world
Unlike gas containers and gas canisters, it is possible to refill fuel bottles. Especially in areas where replacing gas canisters might turn out to be difficult, you can use fuel bottles to supply your multifuel stoves and gas stoves no problem.
For transport on the plane, the bottle must be completely emptied and left to air out thoroughly. With that in mind, adventurers should always read the transport guidelines of the airlines carefully. Otherwise you risk not being able to transport your fuel bottles. However, transporting clean bottles and stoves shouldn't be a problem. Once you have reached the destination of your adventure, you can easily purchase fuel and refill the bottles.