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Soto Fuel Bottle

Soto Fuel Bottle

SOTO

Regular price $32.99 AUD
Regular price $36.99 AUD Sale price $32.99 AUD
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The Soto Fuel Bottle is made for carrying white gas/shellite or unleaded petrol for use with the Soto Muka Stove. Liquid fuel is widely available in remote locations and developing nations, and the Muka stove is particularly fuel-efficient.

  • Weight: 146g / 5.2oz
  • Volume: 700ml (total volume)
  • Volume:480ml / 16.2floz (filled to the fill line of the bottle for use)
  • Height: 220mm / 8.7" (including cap)
  • Diameter: 34mm /1.34" (mouth)
  • Diameter: 74mm /2.91 inch" (bottle)
  • Fuel Bottle for use with Soto Muka Stove with a wider opening
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