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Stove In A Can - Portable Outdoor Camp / Cooking Kit - Perfect for Camping, Backpacking, Hunting, Tailgating, Emergency Survival, Food Storage

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  • Unique and patented all-in-one cooking platform that boils water in 5 minutes after fully ignited and cooks for 4 to 5 hours
  • Each Stove In A Can includes everything necessary for cooking - 4 fuel cells (app. 1 hour of cooking time each), fuel ring, cooking ring, and waterproof matches
  • Uses a safe, water-resistant, non-explosive fuel source that can be stored indefinitely
  • Perfect for hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, tailgating, food storage, emergency and survival, 72-hour kits - great gift idea!
  • 1/2 gallon can weighs app. 2.75lbs (with fuel cells)
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Product Description

Stove In A Can is a new, all-in-one patented cooking platform that makes the ideal recreational and emergency stove. Perfect as a heat source, for cooking in emergencies, as a food storage companion, as a lightweight and reliable camping or backpacking stove, for cooking burgers and brats at the tailgate party, or simply for roasting hot dogs and marshmallows in the backyard. Stores safely long-term for cooking or boiling water when an emergency hits and power goes out - an essential component of any food storage / preparation plan. Not subject to legal storage limits like propane and gasoline. Fuel cells do not "bleed off" or decline over time like propane canisters. Simpler, sturdier, more weatherproof, and more durable than traditional propane or canister stoves. Unlike gelled alcohol (Sterno, etc) stoves, Stove In A Can burns like a wood campfire - hot enough to boil water quickly - and unlike tablet fuel (Esbit, Triox, etc), Stove In A Can is not made of toxic chemicals. Environmentally friendly - the packaging IS the product; can be lit, used, extinguished (by placing the lid back on the can), and re-used multiple times. Fuel cells can be partially burned, extinguished (with the lid) and easily re-lit. Soot from cooking remains on the inside of the can while the outside remains clean - unused fuel cells and metal components can be securely and portably stored inside the can after use and then used again later. Because the Stove In A Can is not an "open pit" fire, it can often be used where campfires are not permitted. Works well in windy, rainy and sub-freezing conditions. Fuel cells can be completely submersed underwater for multiple days, removed, and lit immediately with ease after merely shaking the water off. Fuel cells also serve as amazing fire starters in extreme weather conditions. Will support up to 300lbs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 6.5 x 4 inches ; 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004F1N7NM
  • Item model number: 01-01-001-00-01
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,878 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I like them easy to use.
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This is great for camping or emergencies, get some for just in case. you never know when you going to use it keep one handy you'll find you use for camping or hiking.
Valencia Jaime
Did a test as soon as I got the unit and it works just as advertised.
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81 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 14, 2010
I like things simple. I like them easy to use. I like them to work. Turns out I like this stove in a can.

We had an overnight trip with the scouts, and it rained. Completely poured. No surprise, the boys were having trouble getting their fires started, and everyone was hungry. So maybe wasn't as rugged as flint and steel, but no one complained once we were eating our Cup-a-Noodles a few minutes later.

Also, I like that the fuel is solid. Just one or two cells are enough for a trip, so it keeps it light. Also it doesn't slosh or risk a spill. (Think Sterno.) And inside the can, it stayed nice and dry.

Recommended.
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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Mike M on October 28, 2011
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I have been slowly putting together a 7-day emergency kit and had decided to go with MRE style meals or freeze dried. I decided on freeze dried but then needed a way to heat water. Did not want to get a full-on stove so I ordered 2 units of Stove in a Can and am loving it. Did a test as soon as I got the unit and it works just as advertised.
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By C. P. Garlitz on December 9, 2010
It is pretty easy to setup and get going. Pretty rugged and everything I needed to cook was inside the can including matches. All the soot from the cooking stayed inside the can too, so after cooking I just left the ash in there, and sealed it up. No mess. It was easy to start and when I put the top back on it went right out - I could re-use the rest of the fuel cell later. The fire it produces is impressive - its comes way over the top of the can and cooks like much more expensive stoves. I would definitely recommend this item for anyone who needs an emergency cooking solution on hand or for anyone doing some car camping, hunting, or campfires and smores.
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47 of 53 people found the following review helpful By E. Edgley on January 7, 2011
I am only an occasional camper, but I do have quite a bit of FOOD STORAGE in my basement. I recently realized, that if I need to use the food in an emergency, and without a power source, I have no options for boiling water or even simply warming the food! So, just in case, I am preparing myself literally and figuratively to weather any storm by ordering a few of these price-effective stoves to place alongside my soup, spaghetti and stroganoff. This gives me peace of mind.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Roger J. Buffington TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 15, 2013
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Here in California we have earthquakes, fires, riots, and Democrats, so sometimes it may happen that basic services fail for a time. The "Stove in a Can" can be used to heat up one's survival rations and to boil water if gas and electricity fail, as has happened. This stuff is safe to store in one's garage or other survival stash location, which was a major criteria for me; I did not want any fire hazards. This is good for my intended purpose. RJB.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Phonethip Veunnasack on December 26, 2012
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So I saw this and thought this was such a great idea for camping or power outages. It'd be a whole lot easier than carrying a grill. This thing is bigger than it looks. I was surprised. I haven't used it yet, but it will be in my outdoor tub in storage. I do like the size. You can put a really big pot on it.. but if your going to use a small pot, you may wanna put down some sort of rack for the pot to sit on
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jacques N Bilodeau on November 21, 2012
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This is a great product and the Company that sold this to me is even better then the product. The first shipment arrived damaged and they replaced it right away. Good to do business with an American Company.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Dman on November 29, 2012
Like any survival product, you want to test it before you need it. But once you test the Stove in a Can, you will be left with an extremely soot covered can from the black smoke the fuel cells produce. Every stove produces soot, but this was beyond acceptable.

The nice thing is that there is no fuel to spill.

The Stove in a Can did not make the cut for our preparedness gear.

Sure, some people "may" find the soot to be acceptable, but there is no way there should be just 5 star reviews for this product.
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