|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Product Dimensions||13.46 x 13.46 x 13.46 cm; 362.87 Grams|
Ohuhu® Camping Stove/Backpacking Stove - Potable Stainless Steel Wood Burning Stove Picnic BBQ Camping
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- STURDY STAINLESS STEEL: Crafted with high quality stainless steel, this portable camping stove will steadily burn bright, whatever heavy weight or high heat comes its way
- STABLE AND SAFE: Geared with a 3-arm base support system, even the grassiest fields will be your personal cooking countertop, stable even in windy conditions
- FUELLED BY NATURE: Mother Nature presents the best fuel catalogue, with the abundance of dried twigs, leaves, pinecones and wood as nature’s perfect kindling
- COMPACT & LIGHTWEIGHT: Easily collapsible and lightweight, this camping stove comes with its own mesh carry bag so you can sling it along and serve up a warm piping meal wherever you’ve set up camp
- ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY: With no fuel canisters or alcohol needed, we’ll be leaving no chemical emissions behind. Treating the earth with extra good care, without any of the hassle
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FUELLED BY NATURE
Your fuel is just a stone's throw away. Absolutely free of charge
Ohuhu Backpacking Stove uses twigs, leaves, pinecones and wood as fuel;
Free up more space in your backpack and say goodbye to heavy, costly, polluting petrol fuels;
Alternatively, you can also use solidified alcohol tablets as fuel.
EASY TO SET UP
Get cooking in no time at all
STEP1: Place the stove chamber on top of the the bottom vent and put in the stove base plate;
STEP2: Add dried wooden branches, twigs and kindling, and fit them the pot rack;
STEP3: Fire up the wood, place your cooking pot on the burner and get your gastronomic groove on with the prefect outdoor cooking set-up.
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I did my tests with 2 cups of water in a small stainless pot and leaves / twigs from the backyard, 4 times till I gave up:
* Fire smokes, then burns too quick, doesn't get the water even near boiling.
* Incomplete burn due to the burning base getting clogged.
* Can't refuel without removing the pan.
* The burning base was completely tarnished - cheap "stainless" steel.
* The pan supports are flimsy as per many other reviews.
Not specific to this particular stove but to wood stoves generally:
* Soot (and sap) all over the stove and pan.
* Hoping the campsite is dry.
* Cutting or snapping thick twigs to size can be a task.
Back to gas I go - none of these problems - and I'm not getting lured again.
2. Impossible to feed fire while in use without partially dismantling.
3. Extremely fragile folding pan/pot supports.
4. Impossible to pack back up neatly.
5. Pan/pot supports are sharp and snag on everything.
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The only drawback to using the stove on this trip was, I was camping in a pine forest. When evergreen wood burns, it creates pitch, a black sap that gets on everything. The bottoms of my pans were covered in a thick layer of pitch, which was a nightmare to get off. I looked it up when I got home, and found out that what I should have done was to coat the bottoms of the pans with soap before cooking. Apparently, if you do this, the pitch will wash right off easily. So, file that away for future reference.
I found exactly what I was looking for in the MSR Alpine Stowaway Pot 775ml . This Ohuhu stove fits inside it so well it's like it must have been specifically made for it. The whole thing fits like a glove inside the mesh bag that comes with this stove.
I could not be happier about it. :D
I've included a few pics so others can see for themselves ...
Edit: It's also worth mentioning that inside the stove itself there's also a little bit of space where it's possible to store a few small items to compliment your cookset like a lighter / fire starter, a small pouch of dry kindling, a scotch brite pad &/or tiny dishcloth, & maybe even a small folding set of camp utensils. It's a tight squeeze but I've managed to fit all of the above inside mine.