Grover Rocket Stove
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- Stands around 16 inches tall with the legs attached. - 11" without legs - Top surface 8" wide. Widest area of stove when together 13 1/4"
- Weighs 11 lbs. and is made all of steel except for the insulation inside. It has steel handles for easy portability and dumping of ashes.
- Portable fun for the kids to cook hot dogs, or to boil water, or cook serious meals.
- Extremely efficient, you can cook a meal with extremely small amount of wood.
- Three removable legs on the Grover Rocket Stove for easy transporting.
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Grover Rocket Stove is great efficient wood cooking stove that can be used for cooking for camping, hunting, emergency preparedness or any recreational outdoor activities. It uses very little wood, which could be found in places at campgrounds where the bigger pieces are already taken and used. Have it ready in times of disasters or whatever the circumstance might be where your gas or electricity is turned off. With the design of the Grover Rocket Stove it makes it a very efficient cooking stove. It is made of steel and has perlite insulation inside which keeps the heat concentrated up the center pipe. The outside of the stove is painted with high 1200 degree F. temperature paint. To get started you can feed your dry pieces wood into it at the top and then also on the 90 degree pipe side above the tongue. As the fire begins to burn air will come underneath the tongue. You can easily push in the wood every few minutes and stick in new pieces in the side when needed once the fire gets going. You can cook any of your favorite meals as you would on any stove top. With just some twigs, small branches, or a small chopped up 2x4, you can cook a whole meal! If wanting to order from Hawaii and Alaska, please contact us for additional shipping cost before ordering.
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I now own a rocket stove. It was easy to start, used very little wood, and created very little smoke. The amount of heat it generated was amazing. My wife ordered a camp coffee pot and camp style sauce pan. The handle stayed cool enough to touch the whole time. There was very little ash.
Excellent construction and under ten pounds. Made in Utah. Two thumbs up.
Now my experience
We just took this stove camping and it worked better then expected. I started my fire with some cotton balls dipped in olive oil then dropped in from the top. Then I used a portion of a small log chopped into long skinny pieces and placed in the top of the front of the stove. It took about 5 or so minuets to get the fire going before I could cook. Temperature control was a little hard to achieve at first until I had some coals in the bottom of the stove. Then I only had to use a few sticks at a time to keep the fire fed.
I cooked 4 Dishes with half of that small log and it probably burned for an hour. I did not see any smoke from the fire the entire time cooking. I cooked with a deep cast iron skillet with a lid and everything turned out great. One exception was the first dish burned a little -remember temperature control- (but doesn't salmon taste a little better with some burnt parts :).
The stove did get hot so you needed gloves to move it but you need gloves to cook with cast iron anyway. I cleaned the skillet right on the stove with only the coals left. I also had to clean the bottom and sides that were back from the stove. Then I dumped the small coals into a fire pit using the handles and gloves (leather working gloves). The stove could be touched after about 15 min.
Carrying and storing the stove was not too bad because of the light weight and small size. The stove is made quite well, all of the welds look good and this stove should last me a lifetime. I was really surprised with how little wood was used for dinner, and how long it burned. I had a near full 5 gallon bucket of wood I had to take back home.
-legs screw off for easy storage
-easy to start and keep hot with minimum wood
-can boil water
-fairly safe around kids
-cools down After use
-cooks eggs / bacon / sausage/ pancakes
-good shape after several uses
-easy to carry for car camping
-you can cook when it's windy
I feel it's worth the investment. My kids like to use it to roast marshmellows.
Have not had any issues in regard to the low ratings.
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