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Yes, as a matter of fact I did just that. I've burned fires in it for over 20 minutes with no warping or problems . The pan pictured works well with solid fuels like Esbit for a quick smokeless fire also. I'd buy another one of these.
By Happy customer on July 12, 2017
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November 15, 2017
i finally got a chance to try this thing out and was very pleased. first the cons: 1) metal is thin 2) bowl needs to be bent to fit 3) gsi folding cup fits great, stanley adventure pot does not. you could easily rig some steel wire supports to accept smaller pots though. now for the good stuff: 1) because the metal is thin and the stove is very small, its light and easy to carry. it folds up pretty well, has a nice little bag (keeps soot off your stuff). i keep this in my pack all the time. chances are i wont need it, but for spontaneous hikes and day trips, its handy to have. 2) you can burn readily available fuel in it. a handful of twigs and bark ranging from matchstick to pencil thick added at a slow pace boiled up an 18 oz cup of coffee pretty easily. you could probably use newspapers and cardboard as well, just would make more mess. 3) pretty simple to set up and burns like a beast. just make sure to CAREFULLY fold it back up and do so correctly. if you fold it wrong, you can damage the hinge points. i tried this out on a recent camping trip. we had a firepit too, but i wanted to give it a run for its money. you need to put it on something safe, like a patch of dirt, a big rock, even inside a pan if you have to, as the bottom grate allows hot coals to fall through. in other words, dont use it on a table cloth, plastic camp chair, or other flammable stuff. just use common sense. you can use long sticks and simply feed them into the fire as it burns, so no need trim everything short. i fired it up with some dry cedar tips and very thin kindling (matchstick thick) and once it gets fired up, even the occasional cigar thick stick would be okay to add. its going to get soot on your cook pot so if you like it shiny, be warned. i like the colour of fired pots so its fine with me. now, as i said the little bowl needs to be bent to use it. theres a rim around the top that sticks out slightly from the bowl. on one side of that you bend it straight down to create a flat side. you dont bend the bowl part itself, just the rim. i used a pair of pliers, it left some marks but i dont mind. that flat side butts against the back of the stove, and theres cutouts on the left and right side to hold the rim of the bowl. one reviewer suggested throwing the bowl away which is certainly an option, but if you bent the rim you can use it with liquid fuel like everclear, denatured alcohol, and such which can be useful if you dont have other stuff to burn, or need to use it on a countertop without coals falling on it. anyways, i took off a star due to thin metal and the bowl not fitting, but the main stove is pretty awesome and i am glad to have it in my kit. for the price, its a great emergency back up to keep in a kitchen drawer too.
August 14, 2017
You can't really knock something that works and was twelve bucks. This thing is thin so the heat warped it right away. Bends back pretty easy. Had to trim the platform to set it up. Was quick and easy with tin snips. It does not close up without trimming, tried it with the hinges in and out. Its sturdy and will hold up any pot or pan that would make sense to sit atop. Used it with an alcohol stove sitting on the shelf and it worked fine. Going to try it with twigs this weekend. My only real complaint is its kind of heavy for just a few pieces of sheetmetal.
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