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  • STURDY STAINLESS STEEL: Crafted with high quality stainless steel, this portable camping stove will steadily burn bright, whatever heavy weight or high heat comes its way
  • STABLE AND SAFE: Geared with a 3-arm base support system, even the grassiest fields will be your personal cooking countertop, stable even in windy conditions
  • FUELLED BY NATURE: Mother Nature presents the best fuel catalogue, with the abundance of dried twigs, leaves, pinecones and wood as nature's perfect kindling
  • COMPACT & LIGHTWEIGHT: Easily collapsible and lightweight, this camping stove comes with its own mesh carry bag so you can sling it along and serve up a warm piping meal wherever you've set up camp
  • ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY: With no fuel canisters or alcohol needed, we'll be leaving no chemical emissions behind. Treating the earth with extra good care, without any of the hassle
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I'll have to try the charcoal briquettes idea, will save effort from the standard twig fuel. Not sure about the wood pellets, as airflow restriction from clogging seems to be the weakness of these stoves.

For those who don't know, this type of stove is so efficient because it combusts the fuel twice leaving very little smoke. There is a primary combustion chamber at the bottom and the heat pulls fresh air into a secondary combustion area at the top. Very little fuel needed, very hot and efficient.
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if you're going camping for a few days bring along a couple charcoal brickets for these. they burn a long time and make more heat. you only need one per fire.

wood pellets work great too
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Tractor Supply also has it as "Pelletized Equine Litter".

Protip: prior to cooking on one of these stoves, coat the outside of your cookware in liquid soap. Makes the soot wash right off.
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I have a couple of Solo Stoves, but they're so well made they're heavy. Picked one of these up for an emergency kit.
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I have one. I like it because it's efficient and doesn't require much time, effort or material to produce a high concentrated heat for cooking or boiling water.
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Find 3 rocks, move them close together, start fire between rocks, place pot on rocks, cook food, piss on fire when done. What makes this so special?
The pissing part?
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Find 3 rocks, move them close together, start fire between rocks, place pot on rocks, cook food, piss on fire when done. What makes this so special?
Burnt urine has a remarkable smell. Did it once, never again.
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if you're going camping for a few days bring along a couple charcoal brickets for these. they burn a long time and make more heat. you only need one per fire.

wood pellets work great too
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if you're going camping for a few days bring along a couple charcoal brickets for these. they burn a long time and make more heat. you only need one per fire.

wood pellets work great too
I'll have to try the charcoal briquettes idea, will save effort from the standard twig fuel. Not sure about the wood pellets, as airflow restriction from clogging seems to be the weakness of these stoves.

For those who don't know, this type of stove is so efficient because it combusts the fuel twice leaving very little smoke. There is a primary combustion chamber at the bottom and the heat pulls fresh air into a secondary combustion area at the top. Very little fuel needed, very hot and efficient.
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I'll have to try the charcoal briquettes idea, will save effort from the standard twig fuel. Not sure about the wood pellets, as airflow restriction from clogging seems to be the weakness of these stoves.

For those who don't know, this type of stove is so efficient because it combusts the fuel twice leaving very little smoke. There is a primary combustion chamber at the bottom and the heat pulls fresh air into a secondary combustion area at the top. Very little fuel needed, very hot and efficient.
yeah, for the pellets, they would just smolder for the most part probably, but you can use them as additive, that way you won't have to gather as many sticks.

if its been raining, trust me, having a couple briquettes is a life saver. I swear twigs are like sponges ....
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I hope they make the extra large one like the solo bonfire.
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Most of the places I hike discourage/disallow scavenging stuff from the area. Tanks of butane are cheap and light and with the right stove are a lot more convenient and much faster than this. I really don't see the point of this other than for some sort of survival trip. Still, it looks interesting, and the weight is good and the price is right .
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