ireland66613: Totally Chinese made crap save your money unless u want to do lots work to
get it right none are made in usa no mater what they say all come from
China just my opinion .
preppersintent: I have one of these, it will be mounted in a nice steel cabnet on the wall
of my BOT .opens from side and front..Ill soon be posting the vid on my
channel VIA thevideo button....some real gems of info here ...subbed.
Scott Fici New Yorker: When I said I was price juggling between e-bay and amazon, I finally
purchased the stove through Amazon for $ 45.00 fall of 2013. Also to answer
an e-mail about focus was the camera had good zoom but the parallax needed
to be adjusted to make it more clear. It was rather fuzzy I thought ??
Other than that...** HAPPY CAMPING **
DAVID JONES: NICE
Kirk Parsons: where did you buy this?
Robert Wilder: It is a CO sensor not a CO2
Scott Fici New Yorker: Before buying this stove through sportsmansguide, not to discourage anyone
from their site by no means. They have alot of really cool gear for the
outdoorsman even attire. I have spent alone over $800 of really good stuff
especially bulk items alot cheaper than to purchase 1 item at a time. I
have the same identical stove price juggling between e-bay and amazon and
with shipping included got the entire identical stove for $ 45.00. My stove
has been put together and disassembled for later summer use and is back in
the box. $ 45.00 lot better deal than $ 95.00. Thank
You Again Central Oregon Survival Network for your video lineup great
Next time better focus ......better focus boss lol it's all good :)
omar smith: oh yeah I had to modify the door as well for the same reason you state ,
great vid bro
808pathfinder: WARNING you have to burn the paint off 1st then put the real heat paint the
stop the rust, they just used cheap paint so it don't rust in the box ,that
paint is real toxic you don't want that in your house, thank me later
omar smith: dude I have this exact stove installed in a 1982 gmc cargo truck /rv . it
cost me 69 dollars and it is absolutely incredible . best investment ever .
however take my advice and set it up outside and get it very hot for a very
long time , because the black paint on it will burn off and will kill ya if
inside on its first burn lol trust me I know lol . but again a very good
item . bought mine from sears online and had it delivered for less than 75
leomcdev: You had 14:00 minutes to review this stove and you didn't even show it in
action. Anybody that can't figure out how to set this up, and needs a video
to do it, shouldn't be playing with matches. I have one and its almost a
complete fail. The flue is way to small to give a good draft and as a
consequence smokes a lot. It is hard to get a good fire going in it as
well. Also very poor quality control on the construction. This is piece of
guilded7th: I've been trying to do some research on wood stoves for small RV's similar
to the size that Omar mentioned earlier. Curious on your opinion for daily
use 3-4 winter months a year, do you think the steel would hold up for
multiple winters? It's hard to get a gauge on the thickness of the steel.
Does the weld quality look pretty good?
Matt Seymour: Theres been mixed reviews of these, but most reviews say that its badly
made and doesnt burn very well. If you want a decent well made portable
stove then you want to buy a Frontier stove!
kazuza9: awesome idea, would love to buy one, where did u get it? any website? thx
omar smith: oh yeah my truck is 200 sq foot and in 30 degree weather will get hot
enough to make you have to open the doors and windows lol very good stove
once you have hot coals you can load it to capacity and close it off and it
will heat for over 6 hrs without refilling
NWHiker: This is the mini version of the GNCS. I've had the standard version for
about 4 years and with a few simple mods it's an excellent stove. The
standard version that's about 25% larger is selling for about $50 online at
many sites and is what most are ordering. If you check out the reviews on
Amazon for TMS I have some excellent mods that will make this stove almost
perfect. The paint is garbage, so you'll have to replace that right
away. If you increase the diameter of your stove pipe to 3 inch you'll
fix your burn/smoke troubles. I use 3 inch heat duct with a muffler
adapter and have zero smoke issues. Bolted the bottom and back vent closed
as it vents fine with the door vent. I've put over a 1,000 hrs on my
stove, so do a few simple mods and it will last a long time.
NWHiker: I don't see a follow up video? I noticed you have the backwards stove pipe
also. It should install with the female end up so you won't have creosote
bleeding out past the joint and running down to your stove. I initially ran
it with a muffler adapter and ditched the top cap and made one out of 1/2
hardware cloth. You have the most views of any of the videos on this
stove, so hope to see a follow up review with the mods and how it's working
for you. BTW, if you have a loose door latch like you have on your stove
you can shim out the latch with 2-3 washers and eliminate the door gap.
You may as well replace all the garbage hardware for a few pennies more.
Another good tip is to buy a welders blanket. Harbor Freight sells a 4x6
ft. one for less than $20. Cut a 6 inch hole in the center and place it
over your tent or roof. Save you a few burn holes and increase the safety
by 10 fold. It doesn't take much to get this stove working like a
Vonn KilluCo: 95 DOLLARS!!!! J/C, this thing is less than 40$ on Amazon.... here guys, go
here to get it for 35$
Central Oregon Survival Network: Yup, the only thing I haven't done is the stove pipe, thanks for watching
leesurferdude: I wrapped some wire from a metal clothes hanger around the door handle so
it would tighten the door. These are great stoves if you modify them. If I
can figure out how to film and post I will show you all what I did to give
you a good idea on what can be done.
Central Oregon Survival Network: Thank you for your constructive comment, I will focus on shorter more to
the point video's and thank you for watching
tryin2lhard: Great demo man, cool little stove!
Central Oregon Survival Network: @kyletango I had read some poor reviews myself, but with repainting after
it cooks off, adding a grate inside, using thin pots or pans, and fixing
the door so that it latches tight, it is a good stove for the money. I
don't know what it runs right now, as far as price, it was 80.00 dollars
when I bought it, so it was a fair price for this little stove.
Central Oregon Survival Network: Thank you for watching!!!
Central Oregon Survival Network: You are right, this stove has many draw backs, but fun to play around with,
so I am creating a modular survival wood stove system. It is 12X12X18 and
has a 4inch pipe fully incased in a box that acts as a heat shield when
setup, comes with water tank, co2 sensor, falshing and elbows... I
designed it to be used in emergency settings in any house hold. I will make
a video after testing and probably offer the designes to the general
public. Thanks for watching
ryanjames170: wonder if it will burn coal
Central Oregon Survival Network: sportsmansguide look up greatnorthern stove, I may have said guidegear,
sorry thanks for watching
Central Oregon Survival Network: No, this modular system is created for heat, cooking, and water
purification. It is basically a tent stove in a 30X30X34" box that comes
with everything to mount it in any home, cabin, or tent. Fully
self-contained, and comes with co2 sensor, stainless water tank, piping,
flashing and room cordoning kit (to reduce room size for proper heating).
This could save many lives in an emergency. (My goal) Trying to keep it
Cheese @ Dog: Love it !
Central Oregon Survival Network: You are right, I could make one of this rather (Not for $10 dollars, hell
scrap is .48 a pound) easy with all the modifications I wanted, but that is
not the point of this review. It was the show this stove from Great
Northern.. Thanks for watching..
Garfield Arbuckle: Where's the review of actually using the stove?
Central Oregon Survival Network: Yes it is a pretty good stove, in the process of building a modular
system... Thanks for watching
01sircharles: Hey, that looks like the ACME portable rocket launcher. Actually I like it.
Seems to be well thought out, functional and practical. Thanx for the vid .
John Harmon - Cold Creek Works: The finger grill looks like it flips outward.... hang socks and gloves off
of the fingers. I don't know for sure, but that is a guess.
SurefireWoodsman: @kyletango I would not recommend putting your accessories inside with a
fire. They will become covered with suit (big mess). Also, don't overheat
your stove (red hot) or it will warp. To season a stove and pipe, set it up
outside, keep a fire going for several hours by stoking and burning,
stoking and burning. Each time the stove cools, rotate the pipe sections
from top to bottom. After several fires, everything will be seasoned up to
the highest temperature you achieve.
Caleb McGuire: @stone4482 mine was the same brand. i tried the high temp paint and that
worked and i used your advice on thin pans and pots and its not that bad.
thanks for the advice.
kyletango: @stone4482 The stove came in this afternoon. I got wood in it burning now.
The paint is peeling off at the hottest points. I think tommorrow I will
build a large fire and just throw the whole thing (including pipes) in to
completely burn away all paint. What you think?
kyletango: I had read some poor reviews on this stove but your suggestions seemed to
have helped your viewers so I am getting this stove for camp. Thanks for
Central Oregon Survival Network: @2turtlesdo Your welcome thanks for watching...
FarginIceholeful: This would be PERFECT for an ice fishing shanty!!!!
mrfurball: Mil-spec sure is thrown around allot in the USA, from reviews I've seen
this stove needs some personal work so I'm not sure it's military approved
out of the box
ThaRealHipHop2008: @gmanw3 THX ;)
Mike: In the spirit of less is more, wouldve been great if you couldve
summarized/focused on the last 5:00 - looking forward to your next video !
SeeTheWholeTruth: Nice, wanted to tell you to look at The Power Pot, listen, it makes 5
watts just boiling or cooking in it using thermoelectric Seebeck (300
celsius) modules. Now, you can see the idea and pots at theepicenter dot
come, but if you want to self build cheaper, you can get the modules, make
a brick for you woodstove, and generate up to 19 watts PER module, and
those run 80 a pop, but they have smaller too, look at customthermoelectric
dot come.. You will THANK ME, these work on demand.. any weather
ThaRealHipHop2008: Hey hi!, Love the vid! I have a question, how big of a room/tent/shelter
would this heat??
Central Oregon Survival Network: Your welcome. More and more are waking up. Hopefully you are right and we
can avoid it, but only time will tell. This is a pretty good stove that
needs some modifications. I am presently working on a modular wood stove
system, which is a stove that comes in a fold out box that can be placed in
any home, apartment, tent, cabin and so on. I think it will be
revolutionary in the prepping community. I should have the prototype done
in the next couple months. So, keep watching and stay alert.
ianrsigel: Lock nut uses a teflon liner which might melt from the heat.
Dee Easton: Not sure if you noticed this, but the sock/glove drying rack is actually
those top prongs that flip out.
Central Oregon Survival Network: Thanks for watching...
Central Oregon Survival Network: No, you are right, it wouldn't be Mil-spec, but I am working on a new
modular wood stove system that will be.. Designed to be implemented in any
emergency for any household, apartment, tent and so on.. I have created the
design, but have not built it yet.. Coming soon.. Thanks for watching