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Foldable Pocket Cooker

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Product Description

Bivouac! Foldable Pocket Cooker for easy travel. Forget cold food in the boonies! Heat up some grub, like beans, hot dogs or soup. Compact Cooker uses all natural fuel such as sticks, paper, straw, anything. No gas. No batteries. Unfolds in a jiffy from 6 1/2 x 3 3/4 x 1 1/8" to 8 x 6"h. (open). Hinged, all-metal panels. Comes in nylon case with 2"w. belt loop. Weighs 2 lbs. To deploy yours, order now! Please Note: case color may vary. Foldable Pocket Cooker

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000HR95NO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,564 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It is holding up very well .
Tracy Wurtz
Then as I tried to fold it out, I noticed that the tabs that hold the bottom grate in place were all mismatched and would not secure.
G. K. Vaughan
I guess I will have to get it really hot then repaint it with some good engine paint to keep it from rusting..
Danoon

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96 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Danoon on January 20, 2007
I recieved this for Christmas and just tried it out for the first time.

I like the way it folds up and fits into its canvas bag for easy storage in the backpack. It takes up about as much room as a paperback book.

It holds the fire in one place which is nice and I can see using it for heat with a leanto. If its dry out you'll never run out of fuel though it has to be small and you will have to keep feeding it because of the small size of the burn area but it heats well and cooked very well. All wood and leaves and sweetgum balls burnt to ash and it cooled quickly when done.

The only problem I had with it was the paint blistering and poping off in places. I guess I will have to get it really hot then repaint it with some good engine paint to keep it from rusting.. It took me a couple of minutes to figure how to fold it back up as I didn't study it before opening it but the hinged side folds in first then the other side and back in its case and off you go.

I will carry this along with the Jetboil systems from now on in case I run out of butane for the Jetboil or just want a small fire.

A nice little item and you can't beat the price.
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94 of 99 people found the following review helpful By M. Ross VINE VOICE on August 5, 2010
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I got this stove to serve as a backup for my car camping expeditions and it has worked well for that. It works as advertised, actually quite well for what it is.

* What is it? This is a rather small contraption make of light pressed steel cleverly held together by hings pins and cotter pins such that it can be folded into a 1" tall pancake when not in use. When deployed, it provides a secure and relatively wind-proof shelter in which to make a fire with whatever dry fuel is at hand. (twigs, paper, etc). The combustion chamber is quite small, so don't get the idea that you'll be fitting logs or large sticks in there. There is a small door that can be held up by an attached swiveling leg that allows you to feed in additional fuel once it gets going. The bottom of the unit is perforated, allowing air to be drawn up to aid in combustion, and the stove itself is held slightly off the ground by legs integral to the frame. The structure effectively channels the heat up to the pot, which is the top of the 'chimney' effectively.

* The unit is made from relatively thin metal, which is good for weight's sake; as it is, this is generally not something you would be taking in your backpack if you like to count ounces. (as I do at my age at the insistence of my knees) It is painted in non-heat-resistant black paint that will discolor, burn, and begin to degrade at its first use. This is no biggie, really, just keep it dry so it doesn't rust.

* The pot/pan that you'll be using sits directly on the top of the stove, on four bent tangs that are part of the frame. These are adequate but not great support. They can be bent slightly to adjust for a better fit to your pan, but be careful as the steel on this won't take a lot of flex before failing due to fatigue.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By JustaQuickThought on January 31, 2010
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Let me start by saying the design and concept of this is amazing! It folds nicely and does exactly what it is supposed to. I tried it out the first day I received it with some wood chips for fuel and a canteen cup to boil water in and it worked very well for that and boiled nicely within a few minutes after the fire was hot. Now the bad part.... after this first use I noticed discoloration on all sides near the bottom. But being at night and it still being very hot I thought I would get a better look at it in the morning. Unfortunately I left it outside and it rained that night (which is semi rare in Vegas) and the next morning. I got busy and forgot to bring it inside which is completely MY fault. The next day I went out to get it and found it covered in rust (after maybe 30 hours outside!) on all the discolored parts and hinges. It turns out the discoloration I had seen was the paint bubbling and peeling off after the very first use! Now I do not blame the product for the rust because it obviously should not have been left outside in the rain but, I don't understand why a high temperature (and rustproof) paint wouldn't be used on this from the factory. It seems such a common sense thing and is the only reason it did not get five stars.
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45 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Michael K. Smith on April 13, 2007
Wow, when I ordered this item and recieved it in the mail, I was in total shock. I opened a medium size shipping box but the size was alot smaller than I thought it would be. You could actually put this in your pocket. I live up in Canada where the weather goes from 1 extreme to another & this would and should become a manadtory survival tool. I'd highly recommend this even to just go camping with. Get your pocket stove and put your mind at ease about worrying about making a campfire... The inventor is a BRAIN!

Mike S.

Canada
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Derek Owens on March 24, 2010
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I bought this stove as a preparedness measure because I wanted to be able to cook with natural fuel in the event of an extended loss of power. It really does the job well. The angular design funnels all the heat right up to the top, so it is very efficient with fuel. I cooked a medium size can of chili in about 5 minutes, burning only about 10 or 12 small pine cones in the process, so it does exactly what I wanted, very efficiently. If you have a pine tree in your yard you will never run out of cooking fuel.

The stove is very small, and it looked to me like it would be very unstable with even a small pot on top of it, so I put the stove under a camp grill and I put the pot on that (I'll upload some pictures). It works great that way. I'm going to get a second one to sit beside it, turning the grill into a two burner wood stove.

In my opinion, this stove would be very good for backpacking, too, because of its compact size. Folds up very small, and is not too hard to set up or to fold up.
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