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By Robert Shirley
November 24, 2019
What works best for me , is to load the burn chamber with 3in or slightly shorter 3/4 to 1in diameter wood, with the pieces placed vertically in the chamber. Then place your fire-starter (Vaseline soaked cotton-balls e.g. ) on top of the stack, then add the pot stand, and lastly, cover the fire-starter with a pile of short thin twigs. When ignited, this will be a starter fire that will ignite the wood you stacked in the burn chamber. When the main stack is burning, you’ll see the gasification flame focused on the pot bottom. This flame will now last for 30min with no attention. The whole process is truly a light it and walk-away-from-it event. When the flame is finally gone, you will have a healthy bed of long-lasting coals for sautéing that steak or the trout you just landed. Love this stove!
November 22, 2019
I've also made coffee with it and have switched from a percolator to a French press, the whole how many twigs does it take to maintain percolation was fun one time. With the coffee press it's hot coffee is ready in a flash. I just came back from another trip where I used the solo stove with a boundary tec water heater and shower bags for free hot showers in the woods,
By Jenny L Shaw
November 21, 2019
April 9, 2019
Great little stove. The cookware is well done, the cross/rust attachment is stable (you have to bend a bit at the beginning so that the cross is clamped) and provide a secure stand and the ability to refill the wood at any time without removing the pot. Due to the construction of the multiple plug-in components, the cookware can be packaged very small and suitable for the purchase of a suitable pan. The combustion is very clean and the secondary combustion through the double-wall structure (wood gasifier) works well. Price Top!
April 9, 2019
Unfortunately, without assembly instructions, but once built on image in the offer can not do much wrong: a few steps, then inside is space for natural ingredients such as wood or pine cones, it also go coal and grill lighter, who wants to cheat, it is a shell for liquid fuel contain. To top a grill, who wants to fry something. For my survival fan a must, successful idea, so simple, so solid implemented and discovered by accident. Ready to use everywhere! Top!
April 8, 2019
The wood-burning stove was used for the first time on the Whitsun weekend in Bobengrün and has clearly passed its fire test! The technique of the oven allows a fast burning. The heat that arises is enormous. Within a short time I baked vegetables with raclett cheese and heated a 3/4 l of water. For firing small pieces of wood are needed and you have to pay attention to rapid refilling. The fire ignites again very fast, if it does not burn anymore, but still embers are present. I was pleasantly surprised when I discovered no soot in the wood stove. I had already expected a purge. The assembly video above was helpful as there is no instructions included.
April 8, 2019
I had to search a long time, until I found a guide how to use the thing properly. Approximately 90% of the testers e.g. on Youtube incl. professional outdoor equipment show it completely wrong. You have to rethink, the whole layering of the material you have to turn around, so the largest pieces down and then smaller and smaller pieces up on top of the "tinder" - material is. It is also important, in contrast to a campfire, that you leave as little air between the fuel. You do not have to fill it up completely, then it will burn for a long time, but you should at least fill in at least three different layers in the described way. Then you ignite the stove from above! on. As soon as a certain amount of heat is created, the special pulling effect of the oven starts, the flames go down! pulled and the material burns from top to bottom, the wood gases are pulled down so that little to no smoke is produced, the wood gases are then pulled back through the cavities in the sides and burn on the nozzles by the heat, the top already exists. This creates a focused flame that does not flicker around so much on the sides and hardly, if not at all, ruts. Once you've filled up enough fuel and put the pot down when the flame is properly "focused," the pot stays relatively clean from the bottom. You can thrown wood through the opening from the top, but for a moment then but a Russende flame jet arise. In any case it is better if, with some experience, you fill in exactly the right amount of fuel right from the start. If it does not burn anymore, but only glows, you still have a heat for a long time, which is sufficient for cooking / simmering not too large amounts of water / food. So you do not necessarily always have to get a visible flame. (In a video, such a stove was filled with small pellets that just do not fall through the holes, up to the top.) The burning time is optimal - so you can imagine that it is best to make something from small branches, etc. , which resembles the small pellets ...) With the rust, I can not do as much as I thought, because I do not think that I would like to grill food on an open grid and then the whole siff from the dripping grease or similar. wants to have in the oven. But you can if necessary. misuse. I renounce the attachable cross and place the pot directly on the upper ring of the device. This has the advantage that even fewer flames on the sides flicker out, except at the filling opening. If the pot or whatever you put on it should not be safe on the ring, you could possibly use the grid. What I miss a little, is a catch tray for the ashes down because it could indeed fall out a little embers. But you can certainly find a shell that fits right under it. In general, you have to pay attention to a heat- and fire-safe ground. So much for the general functioning. I have so far nothing to complain about the special part of this manufacturer; put together for packaging it fits - in a shell - exactly in my campingtopf. But I also specifically bought this together. In the oven, which is in the pot, even fits my small foldable gas stove, so I can have all the options. You could certainly also stow a small spirit stove, the yes - turn bowl during assembly! - Also perfect to use in this oven. The small shell for solid fuel ("Esbit"), there are then also.
April 5, 2019
I often go to festivals and because compact material is essential, which is why I bought the small "wood stove". Unfortunately there was no manual, thank you in advance to the other reviewers! But you get it that way and that's basically done in a few seconds. Inside the cavity there is room for the fuel or as you like it. The workmanship is good, no quirks or defects, durable and stable. Nothing to complain about.
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