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  • Lightweight
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  • Collapsable 5 piece designed to pack portable at only a 1/4 thick
  • Lightweight Titanium design available
  • Patented air design produces little to no smoke from flame
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Number of Burners 11.3 oz 5.45 oz Standard Information not provided
Material Stainless Steel Titanium Stainless Steel Steel
Color Choose your FREE stove Sleeve in "Agent Orange," Apocalypse Pink," Grenade Green," and Cannibal Camo." Titanium-silver Silver Black
Length 5 inches 5 inches 1 inches 6.5 inches
Height 6 inches 6 inches 1 inches 5 inches
Width 5 inches 5 inches 1 inches 6.5 inches
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Emberlit Wood-burning Portable Stove. No more cold beans! The heat is on with this compact, flat-folding wood-burning Stove. Sticks or anything burnable go through side holes; Rugged stainless steel, no corrosion; Less than 12 ozs. Supports any pot; No need to carry fuel; Lifetime Limited Mfr.'s Warranty. Panels: 4 x 5 1/2 x 6" h. (1/8" h. folded). Ideal for preppers, survivalists and more. Order right now! Emberlit Wood-burning Portable Stove

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  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 6 inches ; 11 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B00ADUYW9M
  • Item model number: SS6510210
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,124 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The Emberlit stainless is very well made, easy to put together and solid.
B. Smithhammer
It came apart as easy as it went together, and packed nice and flat in the pouch it came in.
Matthew Sevier
No need to carry fuel just burn some dead wood found in the great outdoors.
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56 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Lurchie on June 24, 2013
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I've used this stove camping a couple of times now and I like it's simple design. It's easy to set up, burns nice and hot, and uses a multitude of fuels. You can use biomass (sticks, pinecones, bark, dried dung, etc) or you could use a small alcohol stove, or sterno fuel, esbit cubes, etc. I like the idea that it is flexible based on your needs and available fuels. The stove is sturdy when assembled - a pot full of water placed on top is stable as long as the stove is on a level surface. If you use biomass be prepared for a lot of soot on your utensils, and on the stove. The stove is very light weight - useful for everything except the most intense ultralight packing situation.
As of this writing, the stove does not come with a case. My suggestion is Custom Leathercraft 1100 Multi-Purpose Clip-on Zippered Poly Bags. You get 3 tough nylon bags in 3 different sizes. The middle size (blue) is absolutely perfect for the Emberlit Stove. The pouches have a heavy duty zipper and a swivel clip to make attaching to your gear easy.
Overall I think this stove is well designed, easy to use and a good price.
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45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Steve P on April 27, 2013
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Fantastic woodburning stove. I have all three: the larger size and two in the "El Mini," or smaller size (one in stainless, the other titanium). I have bought and made dozens of woodburning stoves, but they are either too bulking, flimsy, or have to be fed every two minutes. The Emberlit in all sizes are so well made you can drop them, almost stand on top of them without one wiggle from the stove. But the most important feature of the stoves are thier intense heat. Once you get them going(I use a top burn down method, using a vaseline cotton ball to get the small twigs on top going) you can then after 15 minutes feed long sticks into the side port. Forget those other woodburning stoves. I have them all and they now just sit in storage. The Emberlit is my only go to stove.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Aaron on February 8, 2014
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We purchased the Emberlit Stove and a Solo Stove at the same time to compare features and suitability for our motorcycle camping kit. They are both fantastic minimalist, eco-friendly camping stoves that have different personalities. The Emberlit folds completely flat and will store in almost no space at all, while the Solo takes up the same space as a typical 900ml pot or cup. The Solo requires essentially no cleaning, where the Emberlit needs to be wiped down or carried in a separate bag to prevent soot and ash residue from getting on the rest of your gear.

Two important observations about the Emberlit Stove:

1. The panels will warp over time due to heating and cooling of the metal. While this doesn't affect its performance, it can be annoying to get the "ears" lined up when trying to assemble the unit. I have to use significant pressure to get the panels to snap down into each other sometimes. This same warping can also make the panels very tight to take apart after the stove cools down. I have learned to work around it, but it still annoys me.

2. The stove is not insulated at the bottom, so you have to be careful where you place it before you start cooking. The metal gets VERY hot everywhere and will scorch nearby grass (or a wooden picnic table... oops). In contrast, the Solo Stove is well insulated on the bottom and can be placed just about anywhere without damaging what it is sitting on.

Overall, the stove is very light and performs VERY well with a variety of bio fuels. The fuel options are more flexible with the Emberlit than the Solo because of the open feeding hole on the side. This allows you to use longer sticks and branches to feed the fire than you could with the Solo.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jan Wieck on July 5, 2013
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What an amazing little stove. With a little "being prepared", one can cook using green wood.

The preparation is that you have some aluminum foil or other means of snuffing out some of the remaining fire after you're done cooking. That will be the fistful of dry charcoal you need to reliably start the next fire.

It also works extremely well as a wind screen and pot stand to use a little "soda-can" alcohol stove.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Renee Kilmer on January 20, 2013
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Light weight and compact, it takes about a minute to assemble and break down. It is easy to light and heats water quickly.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Whisky Bound on March 12, 2013
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This stove has worked beyond my expectations. Its a solid build and its light weight for backpacking when ounces count. GREAT PRODUCT and I highly recommend this stove.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Outdoor Fun on August 3, 2013
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Okay its a few small pieces of stainless steel cut into unique shapes. They attach together to make a small fire pit to cook on. What is amazing is the amount of heat generated by the design of the draft for the fire. A small amount of wood fuel creates a roaring little fire with lots of heat. I like the fact that I do not need to carry liquid fuel or mess with extra bulk of canned fuel. Try to avoid using fuel with resin as it will increase soot and resin deposits on the pieces. You will get some soot on your gear. As mentioned in other reviews the bag that is recommended fits perfectly. I may spring for the ti version just because I like it so much. I always have this and a small spirit alcohol stove with about 8oz of fuel in my hiking cook set. I have found that hickory burns best with very little soot. It packs small is light enough for me and works well. hope this review helps.
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