FAMELEY Wood Camping Stove, Folding Lightweight Burning Utensil, Portable Stainless Steel with Nylon Carry Bag for Outdoor Cooking Picnic Backpacking BBQ … (Round Wood Stove)
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- NEW TECH OF DOUBLE WALL & THE AIRFLOW HOLES for burning the wood thoroughly and less smoke will be created, no spark hurting. Open mouth for adding fuel conveniently.
- 3 LEGS SUPPORTING SYSTEM creates a stable cooking platform and it fits for most of pots and pans in our hiking use.
- LIGHTWEIGHT & COMPACT camping stove can be folded into one piece(5.3*5.3*3.3 inches), specially designed for backpacker. (only 12.7oz weight), fits into any pocket.
- UNLIMITED FUEL SOURCES, say goodbye to heavy, costly, polluting petrol fuels. Perfect for cooking with Wood, Charcoal, Alcohol, Cedar Pucks, etc.
- HIGH EFFICIENCY IN THERMAL UTILIZATION, faster heating, about 8-10 mins to boil cold water.
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|Color||Round Wood Stove|
|Item Dimensions||5.1 x 5.1 x 2.8 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.8 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.8 pounds|
|Material Type||Hardened Stainless Steel|
|Shipping Weight||0.95 pounds|
A compact, portable wood/alcohol stove，a must have for all serious backpackers, survivalists and campers！
The wood camping stove comes in a nylon mesh drawstring storage bag. The pieces fit into themselves to make it really compact. You can use wood, paper, pine cones or just about anything else that will burn in here, alcohol is also effective. Airflow holes for burning the wood thoroughly and less smoke will be created. 3 legs supporting system creates a stable cooking platform and distributes heat evenly. It fits for most of pots and pans in our hiking use. About 7 minutes for boiling a small pot of water. This can belongs in any bug out bag, camping bag, your vehicle, permanent cabin or camp and your house. It can defiantly help you survive an emergency scenario because it can give you heat, cook food, and boil water for safety all from free fuel that you have all around you!
Packed Size(H*W): 5.9*5.3 inches
Materials: Hardened Stainless Steel
Do not allow children to use stove alone.
Do not use it indoor, in tent or other enclosed areas.
Do not use it on top of a wooden picnic table because the stove will leave a burn mark.
Be careful 3 legs are sharp.
If you are serious about backpacking,
If you want to take a featured stove everywhere,
And if your goal is to enjoy the original camping experience,
FAMELEY Wood Camping Stove is your best choice!
Top customer reviews
I have a small vintage double boiler that I got at a thrift store. It fits perfectly on top of this stove. I also have a flat griddle that is 10" across. It worked great on my stove and, because the stove has those little triangular holders at the top, there was plenty of air circulation when I had the griddle covering the top.
I used a couple of cotton balls with some vaseline on them as fire starters. I put the wood into the stove with the cotton balls and lit it up easily. I suggest long matches or a long butane lighter. The fire got started within just a minute or two and then it burned really hot. I boiled a pot of water in about 5-7 minutes. I cooked fresh veggies wrapped in foil on my griddle in 10-15 minutes, turning them several times because they were sizzling like mad.
To add wood to the fire, you will need to take the pot off the stove and just drop in more prepared pieces. I brought metal tongs with me for this purpose but I guess you could add them without that. I didn't want to get burned.
This little stove drew a lot of onlookers to my campsite. People were very curious and impressed by how it worked. It's pretty amazing to see the flames directing themselves perfectly up to the right spot. I didn't have to worry about big flames roaring in my face at a regular campfire but I had a very hot stove for doing my cooking. If it gets too hot, just move the pot off for a minute and get back to work. I wouldn't leave it unattended too much simply because it's so small and things could topple.
It was quite windy on the weekend I used the stove. I had purchased a separate wind screen for the stove but didn't get a chance to use it. Instead, I used a pot that has holes in it (I think it's for boiling or steaming things) that I got at the thrift store. The stove fit inside the pot and, because of the holes in the pot, there was plenty of air circulation but it also protected things from the high, desert winds. I'd recommend getting some type of windscreen just in case.
By the time the fire was out, all that was left was a little bit of ash which I shook out into the fire ring. It's not going to be all shiny after your first fire. Mine has a nice brownish patina on it now but that's not a problem for me. I guess you could try to get that off, but why?
This fit my needs perfectly and I'd highly recommend it. Light weight, well-made, really effective.
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