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Disco Series

Disco Series

Regular price $490
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This unique modular kitchen system is so much more than your average camp stove. Built to last, lightweight, portable, and powerful.

 

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Unmatched Versatility

Inspired by generations of farmers in the Southwestern United States that made improvised cook surfaces from plow discs, a tradition called “Discada.” Whether you want to cook standing up, sitting down, over the fire, or on uneven ground, the Disco Series rises to the occasion. Constructed with enameled cast iron, anodized aluminum legs, and rubberized feet for stability, no matter the landscape. The perfect companion for any adventure, taking only seconds to deploy.

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Designed to Do It All

Build a cooking experience that compliments your campsite.

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Community Informed Design

Through the Limited Early Access Program (LEAP), iKamper community members shared insights that refined our prototype design. Resulting in a more convenient, easy-to-use Disco Series.

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Easy to Clean

Unlike traditional cast iron, the Disco Skillet can be washed with soap and water. No seasoning required, just practical and easy to care for.

Everything Right Where You Need It

The Disco Table is compact, reversible, and attaches to any side of the Tripod. Cup holders keep your drink (or sauces) steady, and the accessory rail organizes your essentials.

Modular

Use the components independently, or together as a dedicated cook station, and effortlessly reconfigure your setup as the situation changes.

Portable

The Disco Stove, developed in partnership with Kovea, features durable stainless steel construction and an 8455 BTU burner. Use it on the Tripod, or on its own deployable feet.

Enameled Cast Iron

The exceptional heat retention and durability of cast iron without the hangups. The Disco Skillet is coated with enamel for a naturally seasoned, non-stick cooking surface.

Temperature Control

The Disco Skillet offers zoned cooking with direct heat at the center, and indirect heat around the edges so you can sear steak and roast vegetables at the same time. Or scale heat up and down using the Tripod’s pulley system over the fire.

  • Specifications

    Disco Skillet

    Enamel-coated Meehanite® cast iron

    Disco Skillet Size

    15.75” Diameter (40 cm)

    Disco Tripod

    Thick, heat-resistant anodized aluminum legs, rubber feet

    Disco Tripod Size

    4.8" x 22" (Closed); 35” - 47” (Open)

    Disco Stove

    8455BTU burner engineered by Kovea

    Disco Table

    Furniture-grade, waterproof birch plywood

    Fuel

    Butane canisters; or propane canisters (using iKamper propane adapter sold separately)

    Total Weight

    27 lbs (12 kg)

    Disco Skillet

    Enamel-coated Meehanite® cast iron

    Disco Skillet Size

    15.75” Diameter (40 cm)

    Disco Tripod

    Thick, heat-resistant anodized aluminum legs, rubber feet

    Disco Tripod Size

    4.8" x 22" (Closed); 35” - 47” (Open)

    Disco Stove

    8455BTU burner engineered by Kovea

    Disco Table

    Furniture-grade, waterproof birch plywood

    Fuel

    Butane canisters; or propane canisters (using iKamper propane adapter sold separately)

    Total Weight

    27 lbs (12 kg)

  • Why This Local Chef Loves the Disco Series

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Whether you’re looking for a minimalist cooking setup for your backyard or for your outdoor excursions, the Disco Series’ modular design, compact build, and lean 27-pound weight make it ideal for anyone wanting to cook over an open flame.
The Disco Series stove is what I consider a game-changer when it comes to skillet systems in the overland world.
You can cook almost anything, at any height, in damn near any environment, with or without an external fire, which makes this the most useful outdoor cooking setup we’ve seen.
Whether you’re looking for a minimalist cooking setup for your backyard or for your outdoor excursions, the Disco Series’ modular design, compact build, and lean 27-pound weight make it ideal for anyone wanting to cook over an open flame.
The Disco Series stove is what I consider a game-changer when it comes to skillet systems in the overland world.
You can cook almost anything, at any height, in damn near any environment, with or without an external fire, which makes this the most useful outdoor cooking setup we’ve seen.