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- Compact, lightweight emergency camping stove requires no liquids, priming, or wick
- Includes 24 fuel tablets; uses any solid fuel such as Hexamine, Trioxane, or Sterno
- Affordable, essential gear for camping, backpacking, backcountry treks, and more
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Coghlan's makes the outdoors more comfortable and enjoyable with over 500 accessories for camping, hiking, fishing, and RVing - from cooking gear to first aid kits, insect netting, firestarters, tent repair, and more.
Compatible with many types of solid fuel, Coghlan's Emergency Stove is an easy choice for any survival kit. Whether in the home, cabin, or a vehicle, it provides peace of mind and security. Equally adept at providing heat and cooking in an emergency, it will prove indispensable.
The included 24 solid fuel tablets ensures it is ready to use right out of the package. Coghlan's Fire Sticks and Fire Discs (sold separately) work equally well for providing heat for warmth and cooking.
- Easily tucks in Emergency Kit or bag.
- Capable heat source for warmth and cooking.
- Simple design, compact storage.
- Burns multiple fuel sources for convenience.
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The difficulty putting it together the first time is the only reason I give this a 4 and not 5 star.
This is the really important part. Coffee. You see, I cannot exist without coffee. Well, actually that is not true. --> I <-- can exist without coffee, but anyone who has to be around me does not want to live through that. So, I must have coffee. In a power outage, when my house is all electric, this is a problem. I have a Coleman propane stove, a propane single burner unit, and a propane grill. However, in an extended outage, one can burn up a good deal of propane, and those stupid little canisters are not cheap. I could use a larger propane tank, with some adaptation, but that is inconvenient, and the propane still is not that cheap. I decided that the most cost effective way to go, since I don't have a fireplace, was to use an alcohol stove.
That led to me buying a Trangia stove kit. I LOVE that thing. But there is one problem. Yes. The coffee. The way the Trangia kit is designed, I can't just throw a percolator on it. So I either have to use a backpacking stove, make French Press coffee by boiling water in my JetBoil or other gas-powered arrangement (defeating cheap alcohol burner approach), etc., or I need something that will support my percolator. This is the kind of thing engineers sit around and think about when the power is out for extended periods, in case you wondered.
Enter the Coghlan's Folding Stove. I can throw my alcohol burner inside and my percolator on top. Tah dah! Coffee. If a mountain blows up or we have the Big One (eathquake), and I am stuck for days, I can even use sticks when the mineral spirits, Heet, and any other burnable fuels are all gone. I can have coffee, even during Armageddon. I suppose I could even cook food with this, if I had to. ;)
Great for throwing in the car for emergency kit on road trips, camping, and just because it is a fun little stove. In fact, I think I am going to buy a second one so that I can leave it in my car. C'mon, have you never watched Survivorman???
I considered buying the Sterno brand folding stove, but after reading reviews and looking at this one in stores, the quality of this stove sold me on it. I am very happy with it. It's a great addition to my disaster preparedness kit and is just handy to boot. Glad I bought it.
It can be fueled by various fuels, including a spirit burner / alcohol stove, esbit or other fuel cell tablets, the prepackaged sterno type fuel cans, or just a nice bundle of wood twigs and dry limbs.
It has a closing door and ample wind protection but also good vents to feed more fuel into it and keep the fire burning. It weighs next to nothing and folds and stores flat in a about a six by dix inch square. Excellent backpacking stove and great value for the price.
Here is how you use this bad boy.....Open a good solid can with one of those can openers that does not leave a sharp edge. You know the ones. Enjoy the food in it, then wash it out real good and save the lid.
Pick up a set of drawer knobs, drill the same sized hole trough the center of the lid, and install the drawer knob on the lid.
OK, now you have just made a perfect little pot WITH LID to place on the stove, full a bit with water, bring to a boil with the tablets burning underneath. Remove from the heat, add 1 part rice or macaroni to 2 parts water. Cover for about 20 minutes and you have something to eat.
My personal favorite survival food is StoveTop stuffing mix. A little will fill you up and it was ALL cooked following Dave's instructions using this neat litte stove.
If you do NOT have the bablets, I know other ways that will be just as effective.