Bushbox Titanium Outdoor Pocket Stove
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- The ultra light Titanium version of our famous multi-fuel pocket stove.
- Can be used with wood, other organic material, a standard Trangia burner or Esbit.
- Comes with two trivets for any pot size. Can also be used as a windshield/pot support for other burners.
- Very small and lightweight, fits into any pocket.
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The ultra light Titanium version of our famous multi-fuel pocket stove. Can be used with wood, other organic material, a standard Trangia burner or Esbit. Comes with two trivets for any pot size. Can also be used as a windshield/pot support for other burners. Very small and lightweight, fits into any pocket. Comes with an ash pan for soil protection.• 11,5 x 9 x 0,5 cm ; 160g
• flat pack, fits into any pocket
• multi-fuel, can be used with wood, organic matter, Trangia & Esbit
• Made in Germany from Titanium
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The stove was a little difficult to assemble the first few times, but now clicks together nicely. Frankly I prefer that to one that gets loose and wobbly in use. It is very well thought out and designed. It can be used as shown in the photo, or you can move the bottom solid plate up to the top position, (the slot below the Ti stamping) for solid fuel tabs to have the proper spacing for efficiency. You can use it with the plate with holes in the upper position to cook over a larger fire and place coals under and around the stove.
A very versatile and lightweight stove that will fit in any day hiking pack, camping gear load out, and emergency prep gear. Gives multiple ways of having fire and works well with all.
This is a very interesting new entry in the ultralight folding-woodburning-stove market. I like it and admire the design features. Build quality, fit and finish are all excellent.
It sets up and breaks down easily and smoothly and in mere seconds. No sharp or rough edges anywhere (which would only take a touch of sandpaper to fix anyway). It folds completely flat. It's very stable. All titanium takes on a sort of iridescent discoloration after high heat, but mine has not warped at all.
You feed twigs, barks, wood scraps or whatever in sideways. It burns hot and pretty cleanly, and like most pocket stoves it reduces everything to a fine powdery ash. This is a good option for an area where open pit fires are not an option.
Like all titanium stoves, this one cleans up pretty easily after a burn. You'll definitely want to use a sturdy ziplock bag to keep any residual ash from permeating your pocket or pack.
I like the Bushbox a lot. Its lines and aesthetics are nice and the little campfire logo brings a smile at night illuminated by the flames. It's a quality product in every way.
Its direct competitor, and closest rival in terms of appearance and visual design, is the USA- made Emberlit stove, which is available in both stainless and Titanium. Each has it's own relative advantages, but each is more alike each other than different (especially compared to a very different approach like the Vargo, or the excellent-in-its-own-right Folding Firebox Original which folds on hinges rather than disassembling into separate plates).
Side by side comparison: If you are trying to decide between the Bushbox and the Emberlit it's a VERY tough choice between two very good and well crafted and extremely similar stoves. I like both and you can't go wrong with either.
But based on relative size and proportion of their fireboxes, the 'feel' of each when a pot is placed on top, ease of feeding wood from the side with a pot on top, overall size/height, spacing of air holes etc, I have to narrowly give the first choice prize to the Emberlit, by a nose and photo-finish. Personally I prefer the incoming air from the bottom (Emberlit) and a wider base than top (Emberlit). YMMV. But these are extremely minor differences--honestly, both stoves are excellent at what they do and both perform brilliantly.
You may, like me, wind up deciding to get both the Bushbox and the Emberlit. It can be a nice luxury to have a 'second burner' camping out, and with fold-flat stoves bulk is not an issue. Both only need twigs, and it's great to be able to make coffee AND cook breakfast at the same time. And for disaster preparedness, two stoves feels justifiable and prudent to have.
I do love my Bushbox. It's a keeper. Kudos to their design team. German quality.
Hope this has been helpful. Click "see all my reviews" for my reviews of my Emberlit, and also the Folding Firebox original and Nano. I've been on this stove thing lately.
Still, it's also thicker than the Emberlit, and that gives greater confidence in terms of durability.
As it is ideal for both wood and the Trangia, it will definitely be a permanent part of my kit as a backup stove. In fact, I prefer this as an alcohol stove (paired with a heat reflecting wind screen, far about the many other dedicated alcohol stove stands I own.I believe fuel tablets will also work here.
Surprisingly, in a test (that included the heat reflecting wind shield), this did a great job boiling water for a number of pots:
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Can't wait to pick up the Bushbox XL. After my experience with this unit, I'm a fan.