Solo Stove Campfire - 4+ Person Compact Wood Burning Camp Stove for Backpacking, Camping, Survival. Burns Twigs - NO Batteries or Liquid Fuel Gas Canister Required.
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- The #1 wood-burning camp stove recommended by Backpacker Magazine and serious survivalists including Discovery Channel's Matt Graham.
- Patented design (#D701,721) features a unique double wall that creates ultra-clean gasification and a secondary combustion. This allows fuel to burn more completely and with less smoke.
- Uses twigs, leaves, pinecones and wood as fuel. Eliminates the need to carry heavy, polluting and expensive canister fuels.
- Compact design nests inside the companion Solo Stove 2 Pot Set (sold separately) leaving you with more room in your backpack.
- Boils water in 2-4 mins (34 fl oz water). 7" Diameter, 6.7"/9.25" tall (packed/assembled). Weighs only 2.2 lbs. Made of premium stainless steel and nichrome wire. Nylon stuff sack included.
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|Item Dimensions||9.5 x 7 x 7 inches|
|Item Display Weight||998 grams|
|Item Weight||2.2 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||2.8 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
The Ultimate Camping Stove
Burn hotter fires using less fuel with Solo Stove’s patented design and unique secondary combustion.
Our lightweight, compact, and eco-friendly wood burning stoves are recommended by Backpacker Magazine and serious survivalists including Discovery Channel's Matt Graham. Solo Stove won the Gear of the Year award from 50 Campfires & Section Hiker and is a must have for all serious backpackers, survivalists, and campers.
How Does it Work?
Designed with a double wall, the Solo Stove has unique airflow properties which makes it extremely efficient. The air intake holes on the bottom of the stove channel air to the bottom of the fire while at the same time, channels warm air up between the walls of the stove. This burst of preheated oxygen feeding back into the firebox through the smaller holes at the top of the stove causes a secondary combustion. This allows the fire to burn more complete which is why there is very little smoke during full burn. A more efficient burn also means you'll use much less wood compared to an open camp fire.
- Packed size: Height 6.7 inches, Width 7 inches
- Assembled size: Height 9.25 inches, Width 7 inches
- Weight: 2.2 lbs
- Materials: 304 stainless steel, nichrome wire
- Fuel: sticks, twigs, pine cones and other biomass
- Boil time: 2-4 mins (32 fl oz of water)
Each and every Solo Stove is precision made to be free of defects in material and workmanship for the life of the product. Buy with 100% peace of mind knowing that you're covered.
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We have now taken our Solo Campfire on 2 camping trips. I originally thought I would use it mainly as a campfire pit, an easy way to build a fire that the whole family could gather round. And it excels at this. Easy to start, dancing flames, but doesn't generate too much heat and I am less worried about the kids clustering around the firepit toasting marshmallows.
But I am also impressed at how easy it is to cook on this. On our last camping trip I never bothered to take the Whisper Lite out of its package. I fired the Campfire up, made coffee, and segued right into eggs and sausage, and then a couple of quarts of hot water for clean-up.
For fuel we used local deadfall and some big chunks of charcoal leftover from a previous campfire. Bring a small saw, having some 4-6" long chunks of bigger branches, say about 2" in diameter, will help a lot. The twigs burn hot but they burn up very fast. That said, the Campfire is relatively easy to feed by dropping sticks into the opening in the top ring. Also bring some fire starter or lighter fluid, unless you like spending 5 minutes on the fussing needed to get a fire started. I also have a Kelly Kettle, and the Campfire is much easier to manage.
You will get black carbon all over your pots, but I have a trick for that. BEFORE you cook in a pot, coat the bottom and sides of the pot with a thin layer of dish soap. When you do this you will find the soot washes off much more cleanly and easily when you are finished.
I look forward to also reviewing the Bonfire when I have a chance to use it.