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EcoZoom Versa Camping Stove

4.7 out of 5 stars 490 ratings

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Brand EcoZoom
Fuel Type Wood, Charcoal, Liquefied Petroleum Gas
Material Ceramic
Power Source Gas Powered
Item Dimensions LxWxH 11 x 11 x 12.5 inches
Item Weight 16 Pounds

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  • The EcoZoom Versa stove uses wood, charcoal or solid biomass fuel. It is perfect for camping, outdoor cooking and emergency preparedness and is our most popular model in the United States. The Versa provides the same efficiency and heat output as the Zoom Dura when cooking with wood and offers a more controlled cooking experience while using charcoal.
  • The Versa has a durable three pronged cast iron stove top that can support a flat or round bottomed pan, as well as stainless steel handles with silicone grips to assist you in moving the stove.
  • The top door and combustion chamber insulation is lined with refractory metal to provide ultimate durability
  • The Zoom Versa offers big power in a portable package, ideal for any outdoor cooking experience!

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Finally, your search for the best nature-friendly outdoor cooker is over. No gas or propane, no problem. The VERSA from Eco zoom offers you powerful flexibility for all your outdoor cooking needs. You can cook with wood or solid biomass fuel in a rugged and durable design. The VERSA is the most popular outdoor cooker in the United States and makes for a great camping, patio, or emergency preparedness cooking solution. A fully insulated vertical combustion chamber forces gases to mix with flames when in use, decreasing harmful emissions while boasting tremendous fuel Efficiency. The combustion chamber and top door insulation is lined with a refractory metal to provide ultimate durability. Both the main combustion chamber door and the damper door (bottom door) have reinforced metal frames with hinges that serve to securely close the doors and regulate airflow. Lastly, the VERSA features Eco zoom newly designed three-prong stove top and stainless steel handles. The flattened prongs decrease the chance of chipping The cast iron top while still offering the ability to cook with a flat or rounded bottom pot. The rigid stainless steel handles are covered with silicone grips to ensure they stay cool even when the stove is hot. The VERSA is compatible to be used with any camp cooking set, cast iron cookware and stainless steel pots. Use any portable camping kitchen products with the Ecozoom VERSA to cook a meal!

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  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 11 x 11 x 12.5 inches; 16 Pounds
  • Item model number ‏ : ‎ VERSA
  • Department ‏ : ‎ Unisex-adult
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ August 10, 2011
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Eartheasy
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B005GQZ4O0
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.7 out of 5 stars 490 ratings

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Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars just what you may be looking for for your camping needs or emergency preparedness plans
By Cheerioh on April 27, 2016
I was looking for a cooking alternative for our house because our electrical system and therefore our hot plates are not reliable so we needed a back up. In that search we were looking for something that was durable, safe and that could help us endure a potentially long electrical cut. The rocket stove system can be homebuilt but this stove takes it further because it is easily transportable and optimized.

It proved so easy to use that we'll be cooking with it an extensive part of summer I think.


The Versa is like a metal bucket (no bigger really) filled with ceramic with a funnel in the middle and a cooking crate. One larger door is meant to start and feed the fire (despite the fact that it is small, there is a stand allowing you to put long branches that you push forward progressively). The smaller door is called a damper door and allows you to control the air flow to turn the flame up or down. Close both doors and the fire is quickly out. There is a cast iron top that concentrates the heat directly where you need it and allows you to use flat pans or round-bottomed ones.


We used twigs and branches because that's how we plan to use it but you can also use coal bricks (4/8 to cook a whole meal) or compact biomass fuel.


My son started every fire we've done on the Versa. It is quite stable due to the weight of the ceramic insulation and this also prevents any burns because though the sides may get hot, it is never scalding hot.
In fact, it seemed to me that once the fire is put down and you're out camping you can actually put the Versa under your tent to warm it for quite some time like a small heating system because it stays warm then but produces no smoke).
You would have to push it real hard to make it tumble and even then most of the embers would remain inside the funnel.
Once you're done you close the doors and leave it until it's cold, no need to keep an eye on it.

Compared to an open fire, there is just no risk of an uncontrolled fire starting from your own.


-it is quite effective : boiling one liter of water takes just a few minutes since the Versa concentrates the heat right in the middle.

-it uses a lot less fuel than an open fire : no need to scavenge for plenty of branches . A few twigs to start and 3/4 branches is just enough for us to cook one meal entirely, now try that with an open fire.

For both these reasons I find the Versa to be a perfect tool for emergency preparedness. You can keep the hot meals + disinfect water for days with pretty little wood or sparing your charcoal.

-it produces a LOT less smoke which is both confortable and discreet.

-I love the fact that it is fairly safe and child friendly since we chose this for family time too. My son is planning marshmallows in a nearby future with his friends. I feel this is secure enough to let them do this with little supervision.

-it requires really minimal cleaning : open the doors, let the ashes out (they are quite white showing an almost complete combustion) and reuse them in the garden to both feed the soil and prevent pests from eating your plants.


None so far, since we plan to use it mostly around our house, the weight is not an issue. We wouldn't put it in our backpacks but we will carry it to the sea for a summer dinner soon.


I thought from the start it looked nice for our needs but I was really enthusiastic after trying this around. And it's the kind of thing you know you'll use for years and years because it is durable. My husband had doubts but was truly positively surprised. As for my son he looked for sunny opportunities to use it more.
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Reviewed in the United States on August 7, 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing product
By Amazon Customer on August 7, 2017
Absolutely amazing!
Without question I recommend this product. I bought one. Loved it so much I bought another.

I'm a chef. 25 years in a professional kitchen. I'm finding a need to downsize my life and move me more towards simplicity and nature. I bought these for me, but as an banquet chef I'm already thinking about ways to incorporate these into live cooking demos and action stations for guests.
- they are what they say they are.
-the efficiency is astounding.
-heat/preheat rapidly.
-heat, sear, and boil rapidly with little fuel.
-I've used yard waste, wood and charcoal and found them all quite capable. Charcoal though was the hardest. You just have to play around a bit. But once fully ignited, it works great.
-it's astounding how so little fuel can work so efficiently. Other than charcoal, the fuels I use light really quickly. I was thinking of making a small charcoal chimney out of a can to get the coals really going before adding them to the stove. But it probably just takes practice.

-it takes some practice to get the feed rate right and you learn to control the damper door to keep air at the right levels. But it's wonderful and it connects you to the actual process.

It's like the difference between driving an automatic or a manual transmission. You actually have to be aware and participate. But it's awesome and sexy and relaxing.

-I bought the pot skirts later, and they are absolutely worth it. They change in the forced heat intensity is amazing and turns dying embers into a hot spot warm enough to continue cooking.
There is this PBS cooking show: New Scandinavian cooking. Where the guy takes his portable kitchen out to the most astoundingly beautiful places and cooks on site... I see how a person could do that with these. I look forward to the places I'm going to take them. I'm so excited at the prospect of finding spots here in Colorado like that and cooking under the open skies.
Buy it! You won't be disappointed!
Or just backyard BBQ.
They are worth every penny and it's nice to know I have a way to cook and boil water in an emergency.
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Guy E.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great environmentally friendly cooker, built to last!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 9, 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great environmentally friendly cooker, built to last!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 9, 2018
This stove burns just about anything you can find around the campsite, it lights easily with a couple of organic firelighters and some kindling and then heats up quickly to provide a powerful cooker. It took about 10mins to get it hot enough to cook a family sized omelette. Once it was going it took little effort to keep it burning. After eating the stove became the heart of the camp, a controlled safe fireplace to sit around and enjoy the evening. The stove is compact but not lightweight, the solid build quality will make sure this lasts a lifetime of use and is totally dependable. Feels great not burning gas and not having to pay for fuel either!
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