Folding Camp Stove Review




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EffyJnr™: Been looking to locate one of them, have you got a link where I could get one please?

Daryl Parsons: garbage...not worth it. I had one and it broke so fast..the little rings break. 

brimstone33: Increase the versatility by drilling a few small holes in the sides for inserting wire tent stakes to make a shelf to allow alcohol stoves, Esbit tabs and charcoal briquets to sit closer to the top. Would like to see it made from stainless, aluminum or titanium. Good review, thanks.

evilevilrick: You can also use a penny stove inside it. If you use fuel tabs, put the fuel tab on a small stone or a tuna can, even a chunk of a 3 to 4 inch thick green log. The fuel is then close enough to heat whatever you are cooking. Had mine for years and have never used a wood fire in it and the stove is still clean.

Casonova CorkClub II: $12.99 + shipping .... Amazon ... I like the design better than the MUCH MORE expensive Firebox and sterno stove.

bluemountaindrivepae: A hobo stove made from a big can would be lighter and cheaper.

bluemountaindrivepae: Made in China and to heavy for backpacking. 

MDPrepper: I like mine for the overall versatility of fuels you can use (and the relatively light weight and folding ability make it very adaptable) The paint tends to bubble off at higher temps but some high heat spray paint or engine enamel seems to fix that fairly easily

Buck MountainTop: This is a piece of crap, after extensive use, (7 or so plus days of meals) it fell apart. People are better off buying a Firebox (which i personally own and know is bulletproof), or a Vargo woodstove which is have heard good things about.

upupaepops: I picked one up a while back and experienced the same thing as the other gentleman (bubbling paint, etc). Overall, it works well, and you can't beat the price. I'm thinking about experimenting with some different coatings to see how they hold up. (ie.. painting it with some high-temp paints, or perhaps powder coating, etc).

upupaepops: Yeah, that's what I was thinking, I've got some duplicolor ford blue engine enamel left over that is supposed to have ceramic in it. I've also seen some exhaust manifold paints, again with some ceramic base, that might work as well. Or I may just drop it in the blast cabinet and then powder coat it.

rusty keller: When you are ready to fold it up and store it away, just wrap it up in some aluminum foil, store it in it's case, and take it home to clean. No mess that way. A small bbq grill cut down to size will give you a grill over the top. You could even cut some hotdog wieners into halves and grill them on the little stove. I like mine due to its small size, and ease of use. A very efficient little sucker.

Andrea Iveco: buon giorno volevo sapere se è lei che vende questo prodotto e se si quanto costerebbe compreso di trasporto , io mi trovo in italia

muddog1561: I have 2 of these, there heavy steel but they work really good.

MDPrepper: I think I got mine from Sportsmansguide

PREPAREDMIND101: Ha. Just saw this, and I filmed a video about stoves today (not uploaded yet) and this was in it. Personally, I don't care for it. One good fire and the paint bubbles up and it's all sooty and nasty. It DOES work well. I'd check out the Firebox someone mentioned, but if I am going to burn sticks now its just going to be in the Biolite.

MDPrepper: I don't sell it myself. You can usually find them from Sportsmansguide here in the US

MDPrepper: I wouldn't recommend it as I'd be worried the heat would melt the bottom of the tent.

MDPrepper: Never tried charcoal but that's a very interesting idea

were wolf: would you ever use this stove inside the tent to help keep your tent warm durning the winter and if so how would you go about doing this so that your tent does not catch fire?

tybeejeffro: I always dig a small trench into the wind and lay the stove across like a bridge. It gives you somewhat of a Dakota firepit with higher burn temps and better consumes the materiel.Then when you're done, cover the trench and what little ash is in there with the excavated dirt for a "leave no trace site". I ordered a PowerPot V to use in conjunction with the stove and give me a nighttime method of charging devices. Uses very little amounts of wood to charge and boils water for a nice cup of cocoa!

JACK Alleman: Nice review.The only thing that would have made it better was to burn it.The essence of human nature is fire,it provides heat, cooking,and a lot of overnite conversations.Not only is the fuel free, but it gives the food a great flavor.Pilgrim job well done. Jack

David Fletcher: where can get one?

TheBazFella: Good video mate, and an ace little stove; always great to have a folder you can burn natural fuel in, thank you for sharing, and good luck. Baz

MDPrepper: I actually just picked up a firebox. . .haven't used it yet (or made a video) but it seems nice overall. I prefer the little folder for lightweight carry and backup. The paint does bubble off but it's a low cost little stove so I don't expect much

MDPrepper: Mine is still holding up well. Light weight and versatile. I still need to pick up a firebox

garyl43: These work great with an Esbit or Trangia alcohol stove. The combination of this and one of those alcohol stoves is compact and CHEAP.

Pain1232002: I cut up an extra grill wire to go with this for grilling an so will accept a canteen cup still fits in the sheath with a little effort aswell

MDPrepper: Let me know what you choose and how it works out

MDPrepper: I really like mine. I'm not sure why they aren't more popular. Small, effecient and works with just about anything

MDPrepper: Agreed! These are one of the best camp stoves on the market. . .but I don't hear about them enough!

MDPrepper: High temp paints work "ok" but I've had much better luck with engine enamel

Spikestrip55: I just bought one of these and am wondering if charcoal briquetts would not only work well, but also have an advantage of not sooting up the pot and stove... Have you tried that yet?

Buck MountainTop: Let me know how you like the firebox in comparison, I know my firebox was waayy better than my pocket cooker, in my mileage anyway. Firebox is much heavier though, wish they had a titanium version.

David Fletcher: cost?
Rating:
Folding Camp Stove Review 4.7 out of 5

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