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Multi-Fuel Survival Stove

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This little stove gives new meaning to the phrase "small but mighty." Light and compact, it stows easily in a backpack and weighs just 1-1/2 lb - yet it puts out up to 20,000 BTU/hr of sheer heat and can support a load of 50 lb! Two AA alkaline batteries (not included) power a small fan that constantly stokes the flame, resulting in compact fires that produce an enormous amount of heat.
  • Aluminum base with fold-down stainless steel thermal shield
  • Four support rods pivot to accommodate different pot sizes
  • Instructions included
  • 4-1/2"H when open, folds down to 8-1/2"L x 2"H
  • Assembled in Canada
Note: Outdoor use only.

Multi-Fuel Survival Stove

This little stove gives new meaning to the phrase "small but mighty." Light and compact, it stows easily in a backpack and weighs just 1-1/2 lb - yet it puts out up to 20,000 BTU/hr of sheer heat and can support a load of 50 lb! Two AA alkaline batteries (not included) power a small fan that constantly stokes the flame, resulting in compact fires that produce an enormous amount of heat. <ul> <li>Aluminum base with fold-down stainless steel thermal shield</li> <li>Four support rods pivot to accommodate different pot sizes</li> <li>Instructions included</li> <li>4-1/2"H when open, folds down to 8-1/2"L x 2"H</li> <li>Assembled in Canada</li> </ul> <strong>Note: </strong> Outdoor use only. survival stove, camp stove, small stove, multi-fuel stove, compact stove,
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MULTI-FUEL SURVIVAL STOVE DESCRIPTION
Whether you're keeping warm in the wilderness, roasting marshmallows in your back yard or anything in between, this stove can handle it. Called the "survival stove" because it burns any dry biological material as fuel - for heat, cooking or both. No messy, dangerous liquid fuel needed; just use twigs, wood chunks, straw, paper and cardboard, charcoal, even animal dung.

Customer Reviews of Multi-Fuel Survival Stove
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 1/14/2013
said: Anonymous User
"This little unit not only saves you money, it reinvents the way we cook, eat and enjoy in the outdoors. "
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- 5/24/2011
said: TonyR
"This is a solid unit. By solid I also mean it isn't a lightweight item. But in comparison to something like an Optimus stove with a liter of fuel, it is actually less in overall weight. I ran a test with some flaky birch bark and dry grass as the starter, and had a few cups of little twigs and dry kindling to run the test. I used an MSR stainless steel pot with a liter of cold water to test the time-to-boil factor. I ended up using only about one cup of dry twigs to come to a boil in about 6 minutes. That was with the little blower on setting LOW. When it came up to speed, I added a few more twigs and turned it on to blower setting 2 (HIGH), and it was immediately an energetic boil. I was left with way more fuel than I ever imagined and needed, and this thing works. I will take it with me on a canoe or expedition trip for sure. I have not yet tested the total time that two AA batteries will keep the blower going, but I did leave it on for thirty minutes on low after my test, and it was still going at over 90% or more. Bring 4 AA batteries or more with you and this unit will do what it does for quite a few days for cooking. I'm sold."
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- 4/8/2011
said: R. Franceschini
"What a money-saver! Someone must have read my mind & made the survival stove; this little wonder cooks hot & fast and has sure cut down on my electric bill and added time to my schedule! Everyone should have one - mine more than paid for itself in the short time I've had it!"
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