Poke fallen twigs, pinecones and kindling into the Wood Stove for silent bivvy brews and long backpacking trips far from the nearest fresh gas canister.
The Wood Stove uses the dead wood you find on your adventures for fuel, so you don’t have to rely on finite supplies of camping gas or meths when you're exploring off the beaten track. It also heats your food and water silently (well, apart from a satisfying crackle), so you don’t disturb any of the nighttime creatures you’re camping with.
The clever stove design burns much more efficiently than an open campfire. The large vents in the Wood Stove’s base plate sucks oxygen into the fuel at the bottom whilst allowing ash to fall out. Twin walls keep the heat inside the stove and the double wall vents pull heated oxygen up to the top of the stove for ‘secondary combustion’. This means the Wood Stove burns hotter and produces less smoke.
The stove uses a flatpack construction that assembles in less than a minute. The super compact packed shape takes up less space in your rucksack than other wood burning camping stoves and will also squeeze into smaller bikepacking bags. And, because you burn the fuel you find, you don’t have to find space for a gas cannister or fuel bottle too – nice one!
Take only pictures, leave only footprints, don't burn down a hillside! Always clear your stove area of flammable materials before use and never leave your stove unattended.
Packed: 17cm x 9cm x 2.5cm
Assembled: 15cm x 10cm x 13.7cm
Clear your stove site of any flammable objects (leaves, dry grass etc.) before lighting. Ideally place your stove on a large rock or another hard, flat surface. Clean your stove of debris before and after use. Never leave stove unattended. Don’t poke your fingers in!
The wood stove uses renewable dead wood for fuel instead of fossil fuels and aluminium gas canisters.