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Vargo Hexagon Wood Stove
- Low Return Rate: 41% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 85% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "vargo titanium"
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- Minimal Weight
- Lightweight, dependable, and innovative outdoor products
- Titanium construction
- Slim, compact design that folds flat requiring little pack space
- Completely hinged side panels easily snap together for quick setup
- Conical shape focuses heat upward towards your pot for quick, efficient cooking
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From the manufacturer
For ultralight weight, strength, and heat resistance.
- 45% lighter than steel
- 2x stronger than aluminum
- Highly corrosion resistant
- Cools down quickly
- Extremely heat resistant - more than aluminum or steel
Titanium Hexagon Wood Stove
Never Carry Fuel Again
By burning readily available biomass fuel (wood, organic matter, charcoal, etc.) found everywhere around you, the award winning Hexagon Wood Stove saves you the weight and cost of using manmade fuels. Its unique one piece hinged design is quick to set up and take down while its conical shape helps to increase cooking efficiency. Use the full-size door to control airflow or easily add larger fuel and keep everything clean with the included nylon carrying case. At a hint over 4 oz., this ultralight wood stove will save you lots of pack weight and provide an indefinite burn time for all types of menus; from boil-in-bag meals to more gourmet style cooking. Basic fire skills are needed to operate.
- Super fast setup and takedown
- Folds flat for compact storage
- Conical shape focuses heat to pot for faster cook times
- Unique one piece hinged design - no separate parts to lose
- Hinged door for fuel access and to control air flow
- Included nylon carrying case helps keep the rest of your gear clean
Unique Hinged Design
The Hexagon's unique, one-piece hinged design is a first among portable wood stoves. No multiple pieces to lose or awkwardly assemble.
Quick Setup and Take Down
Thanks to its one-piece hinged design, the Hexagon is super fast and easy to assemble and disassemble, especially compared to multi-piece wood stoves. By folding down flat, it fits almost anywhere in your pack or pocket.
Easy and Fast to Use
With a full-size swinging door and conical shape, its easy to add fuel and cook efficiently. No small holes to try and cram wood into and less heat loss compared to square or circular shaped wood stoves.
By burning any type of biomass, you'll always be surrounded by endless, free supplies of fuel regardless of where your travels take you. Save money, weight, and the environment by using readily available, naturally sustainable biomass fuel.
Vargo is Titanium.
Since 2002, adventurers the world over have counted on Vargo for their ultralight gear needs. Specializing in titanium, we pair its amazing natural properties with our innovative, award winning designs to create reliable products that are lightweight, strong, simple, durable, and versatile. These are some of the many reasons why our gear has been carried and trusted for thousands of miles on and off trail. When packing for an adventure, we know every ounce counts. Make those ounces count with Vargo titanium products.
Got wood? If so, you'll never need to carry stove fuel again with the Vargo Hexagon Wood Stove. Uses easy-to-find, renewable fuel wherever your travels may take you. Basic fire skills are needed. Available in stainless steel and ultralight titanium. The Hexagon wood stove is designed for cooking single entree meals. We recommend cooking pots no larger than 1.5 liters for use with the stove.
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Included are pictures of my hole pattern and hitch pin.
Used it as a windscreen for my Trangia burner with the side holes in constant 16 kph winds with faster gusts, and it worked just fine. Also lit a couple more twig fires and fed it for about an hour each time with a pot of water for testing. The snap to close part was getting easier to snap, and the hitch pin was getting harder to insert. Thermal fatigue does play an important role when using as a woodstove for the locking tab. I spent 40 cents and got a couple of smaller hitch pins which work even better. The rest is just fine with that little attention to detail. It's getting blue with some soot, but that suits me. A light touch with green Scotch Brite scrungy pads and water removes enough soot to keep it from marking up the fabric it touches. Decided on the hole size and pattern myself after watching youtube and looking at the first fire. Seems like I got it right. Drill some holes in the right places, trust me. Mine were 3/8 inch, similar to the ones on the bottom plate.
You can tweak this to be both a great windscreen and woodstove at the same time with complete safety for what it is.
Vargo, are you listening?
With the holes drilled, this thing is a fully adjustable blow torch. It contains the heat and focuses the flame with the right amount of extra air.
At full blast, it went through 75 ml of denatured alcohol with an Alocs knock off of the Trangia in 15 minutes while it boiled a LITER of water in a titanium pot (Toaks 1.6 liter kit) in less than 9 minutes (may have been 7). This is one stove base / windscreen that will make you use the simmer ring for more than a snuff cap. With the simmer ring on one setting, I was able to reach and hold a consistent full boil with a liter for an hour and forty five minutes on 3 ounces of fuel. 25 minutes to reach boil. The ranges of heat and fuel consumption are phenomenal if you learn the tricks. I filed a notch under the swing cap at the spot where I got those results. The extra space above the burner allows the heat to more fully distribute, reducing hot spots. The door is plenty big to insert the simmer ring and use in pretty much any position with room to move the burner around some. Don't waste your weight or money on a separate windscreen or stove base if the burner you have fits.
If you use it as a wood stove, get plenty of fuel ready. You will need to build a big bed of coals with the ashes constricting the bottom air holes and then use relatively medium to big chunks a few at a time to keep it going. It's a contained mini camp fire if done right. DO NOT try to cook on it when you are building up the coal bed. Leave the top open while progressing up the chain until you can add just the larger sticks cut into 3 inch pieces at will. No mini wood stove is quick. You will need to set it on a hard, safe place (like a big flat rock) or carry something to put under it when burning wood. For my tests, I've been using an old stainless camping plate. Intend to use a piece of welder's carbon felt when backpacking.
This can be adjusted from a jet fighter to a bulldozer to a moped; if you understand the principles.
Cleaned it up and will include more pictures with the new hitch pin set up in good daylight.
With the extra mods, this thing is awesome for people with the sense and experience to use it properly. It fills many needs with one very lightweight and durable solution.
Vargo, are you listening?
The craftsmanship is impresive as Titanium is not the easiest metal to work with. The tolerances are tight, and everything fits right where it was suppossed to right out of the box. If you are serious about weight savings and reducing your impact on the earth(stop using fuel canisters) this is the product for you!
As far as drilling titanium, it is a hard metal to drill. I started out with a small drill bits and progressively worked my way up to the 3/8" size hole. I used a drill press at high RPM's and used a solid steady pressure to drill all holes. I also had a small piece of wood under my stove sides as I drilled them to support the material from the underside. I drilled my final holes so that any rough edges would be on the inside of the stove. This stove would be absolutely perfect if I did not have to take the time and energy to modify it myself. Hence, the four star rating I gave the stove.