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SilverFire Survivor Rocket Stove

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  • Stainless Steel Construction
  • Combustion Chamber Door (with viewing port)
  • Heat Reducing Baffles (stove base, protect cooking surface)
  • Easy To Transport
  • Skirted Pot, Stove Bag, & Cookware Options
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Product Description

The Survivor is a portable, fast, fun, rugged outdoor cook stove. It features a large rectangle combustion chamber that accepts uniform fuel insertion, rather than the common round clay chamber, that restricts lateral fuel access. The custom black stainless steel door is utilized in the closed position while cooking. This retains more heat in the chamber for more complete combustion and improves safety with great ember control. National Parks often permit only self-contained cook stoves. Users of open stove designs may be cited or fined. Please check the regulations in your area. Our Survivor uses minimal fuel, produces little emissions or smoke. Our end product is fine ash, not large embers of char that decrease ventilation, fill the combustion chamber, and choke off stove, retarding efficient combustion. The SilverFire Survivor is a revolutionary design, incorporating secondary air, primary air, and a door for a hotter fire. This results in cleaner combustion than other rocket stove designs. Complete combustion and high thermal efficiency is the important outcome with our stove, resulting in fine ash. Fine ash is the end product of complete combustion and a well designed cook stove. The advanced design is intended for improved efficiency and durability. Compare our superior quality to other brands of rocket stoves, and draw your own conclusions.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 9.2 x 13 inches ; 13.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18 pounds
  • ASIN: B00CHF1K0U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #164,652 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Excellent outdoor stove.
Johnny Beans
Start the fire with very dry small wood and shredded paper or a fire starter.
bikade
This unit is very sturdy and solid.
Woody

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Scott on June 8, 2014
I have the silverfire survivor and the skirted pot sold by silverfire. Wow, I am so impressed. I didn't want to test fire it as it looked so nice, but I broke down and made a test fire in my fireplace a few nights ago just to see how it worked. I got 3 litres of water to a roiling boil in five minutes 27 seconds. I let the stove heat up for about 5 minutes so I could do a proper test and it was amazing.

The next day I took it to the lake and we cooked beer and brats with onions and peppers. When cooking this dish it is much better to cook it down so almost all of the liquid is boiled off. Well the Survivor did an amazing job. It got so hot we took a few sticks out to slow down the burn. Amazing technology and a keeper.

I played with it by putting in large amounts of wood and small amounts and waited to see what it does. I learned you have to use the proper sized wood for the job at hand. If you want to boil water fast start with some small sticks then increase in size.

If you want to simmer let the big sticks turn to coals then add small sticks as needed to keep the heat up. I was checking the brats based upon how fast they were boiling. Unfortunately I didn't have a camera so I have no picutres, but next time.

As with any fire you can load up the chamber so full it chokes off the air flow and get smoke. So slow and steady stick feeding does the job. By cooking with left over wood and small limb wood off some oaks and not using the propane bbq on the dock I saved a ton of propane for the other dock members who don't have a Survivor all of their own.

It was fun too. When the sun went down I loaded the stove up and put some sticks down into the stove and it roared back to life and gave us a 20" flame.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Chris dots.... on June 12, 2013
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Not only is it made to last but the time & thought that went into making this stove was nothing shy of above & beyond! This stove puts the old rocket stove to shame!! The exterior is even expensive looking let alone how well it performs & the door flap is a great idea!! Light as can be for a stove it's size also... I was quite surprised at the weight. It's ahead of the curve when compared to the rocket stove in every single way you could imagine... The stove is a complete steal for the money!! I just hope that people see this before they waste their money on a rocket stove. You will NOT be sorry you bought this stove!!! FYWP
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By robert on January 19, 2014
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This is the best one out there.. Well made and looks great. The draft that it creates burns everything complete leaving only a light ash. It's light by comparison to other Rocket stoves out there but it is still somewhat heavy. I love the idea that I can just walk around my yard and pick up sticks that have fallen from the trees and have enough fuel to cook a meal.You don't have to cut down any trees or process and logs to get a fire going. Even in a camp ground that has been picked over trees still seem to continuously drop these small little branches that have died leaving you with a continuous fuel supply. Hats off to the creators of this technology. It has made camping more eco friendly by being able to use a renewable fuel source.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By jw934 on June 3, 2013
Easy to use and control. Flame could be made to be very strong or reduced to a simmer. Easy to maintain and the stainless steel surface looks like new even after 20 burns. The door does turn to blue steel color.

See video on how to reduce the flame even further for longer unattended cook time. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAfX_Ryu4Gs
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Woody TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 13, 2014
I have always loved to make fires, for fun and food. This lets me play all day if I want. I love this thing, I even got the Scout which is the small biomass stove that you carry easily in your bug out bag or picnic basket

Every day can be a picnic or camp out right in your own backyard if you like I use one or the other almost every day.

I love fire and love to watch the flames I find it relaxes me. I use it in the morning to make my breakfast and sit and watch the flames.

This unit is very sturdy and solid. You have to always be carful when using open flames not to allow it to tip over. This is like anything else if you do it right it is safe. Whenever I cook outside in a park and campground I make sure I use their barbeque grills to keep the flames in their proper place

I have made just about anything that I make indoors, I have made soup, coffee bacon and eggs you name it I even got a Coleman stove and baked a pizza, a capon with biscuits right on top of this. There is not limit to what you can make..

This actually makes cooking fun and it gets you outdoors and keeps your house cool in the summer I use this often, the very best thing is that it does not use fuel, I just bend over and pick up sticks that are laying around the ground and that is my fuel, it is very cost effective.

I survived Hurricane Sandy but I would have felt a lot better if I had this to assure me I had hot food to eat when we had not power for over 2 weeks. This is not only a fun stove but something that will come in handy in an emergency to boil water or just cook your meals.
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