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Titanium Wood Stove

$34.99

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With our Titanium Wood Stove you can conveniently use natural materials to boil water for dehydrated meals or drinking.  Its foldable design makes it perfect for the ultralight backpacker without the need to carry fuel with you!

Features

  • Titanium construction guarantees extreme durability as well as minimal weight.
  • Open front design for conveniently adding wood.
  • Perforated floor plate allows for air circulation and stabilizing hot coals
  • Circular plate allows for compatibility with smaller cook pots or our alcohol stove.
  • Easy to set up and cook a meal with natural fuel: wood, twigs, branches, etc.
  • Lightweight and compact, folds flat in seconds.
  • Comes with a storage sack that can double as a tinder bag.

Specifications

  • Weight = 4.00 oz (114 grams)
  • Base = 3.5" square
  • Top = 3.1" square
  • Height = 4.25"
  • Packs down to 5.5" square
  • Imported from overseas

 

 

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  • 5
    Not just for wood

    Posted by LANCE on 18th Mar 2021

    As a Bushcraft instructor I am well versed in open fire and wood burning, but sometimes you must use other materials and portable burners. I have several for solo and group use. The Hammock Gear
    Titanium wood stove is my latest and I have been using it over the last week. The woods are still wet
    and I had a fair amount of rain during my week away. I used Dragon Fire eco-friendly gel firelighter for
    my fuel. The wood stove comes in a nice little flat pouch with a piece of sandpaper and a wire to loop
    through the pin. The wire and the pin are steel, so I have shelved the and use a cut down stainless steel
    bicycle spoke to save weight. I have found that a tuna can fits into the shelf provided for the alcohol stove and only 0.4oz. My 600ml Ti pot with its 4.88-inch diameter sits perfectly on to, but anything smaller might not fit.
    Easy to assemble even with gloved hands and packs flat in its little pouch. Worked well even in light winds and at just over 4oz slips into my pack taking up extraordinarily little space. Looking forward to using it in drier conditions with wood this year. Pity that you do not allow phots with your reviews.

  • 5
    light weight stove and wind break

    Posted by nathan on 2nd Feb 2021

    I had a "nicer" steel fold-able wood stove for a long time. it is bulkier and heavier, but is was a little bigger so easier to maintain a fire in. ultimately I have mostly been using it as a wind break and stand for my alcohol burner.

    this one is just big enough for an alcohol burner, and 1/4 the weight of a steel one. it folds up very small, and still works as a wood burner as a back up. I do not see myself hiking anywhere without it.

  • 5
    Titanium Stove

    Posted by Oldsparkey on 2nd Feb 2021

    I am using this as a multi fuel stove with my Keith Titanium Lunch Box. The best of both worlds as a multi fuel with either wood or the Evernew Titanium alcohol burner. Best of all , titanium cools quicker then other metal and a added benefit is the weight savings and durability.