Stove Overview

Lightweight Packable wood stoves

Stove Overview

Postby soadmin » Wed May 15, 2013 1:47 pm

We offer five stove sizes from two different materials. Here is the basics and their designed purpose.

  • Big Sibling Titanium - Simply as light as you can get. A way to take the chill off, for minimal weight and bulk. This stove is under 8 ounces.
  • Medium Stove Titanium - Light and fully functional. Great for tents up to an 8 man. It does require more stoking and has a shorter burn time
  • Large Stove Titanium - A very good compromise between heat and compactness.
  • XL Stove Titanium- Minimal fuss and it still weighs less than 4 lbs. Longer burn times and more heat. We can add a 4 inch pipe for those that really want the heat output for large tents at an additional cost
  • Double XL Stainless Stove - We opted for stainless on this, as we viewed it more as a collapsible assisted pack in stove. Great for those on horses , ATV's or even Pulks
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Re: Stove Overview

Postby Todd Kelly » Wed Jun 26, 2013 5:28 pm

Can anyone tell me the difference between the stove jack for tents ($40) and the LBO stove jack for $55 ?

Thanks
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Re: Stove Overview

Postby soadmin » Wed Jun 26, 2013 5:32 pm

It's installed. We charge a 15 install fee
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Re: Stove Overview

Postby yardsale » Mon Apr 14, 2014 10:23 am

Hi all,

Confused about stove assembly. The video shows butterfly nuts on the top of the stove while other photos show the stove assembled with them on the bottom-- a much preferable option. Also, what do people do to deal with placing the stove on snow?
Thanks
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Re: Stove Overview

Postby ktimm » Mon Apr 14, 2014 10:35 am

We provide with the stoves wing nuts and T nuts. What you use where is really a batter of what you prefer. I prefer wing nuts everywhere, unless I need more cooking surface.

On snow, we offer a utility tray, which is another bottom. It can be used as sort of an oven, a warming tray or as a snow platform.

Kevin
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Re: Stove Overview

Postby Weaponeer » Mon Jul 14, 2014 10:05 am

is there a BTU rating for any of the stoves?
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Re: Stove Overview

Postby K.Kading » Mon Jul 14, 2014 10:11 am

ktimm wrote:We provide with the stoves wing nuts and T nuts. What you use where is really a batter of what you prefer. I prefer wing nuts everywhere, unless I need more cooking surface.

On snow, we offer a utility tray, which is another bottom. It can be used as sort of an oven, a warming tray or as a snow platform.

Kevin



Which stove do you recommend for the LBO? Lightweight is a priority for me.

Thanks in advance,

Kelly
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Re: Stove Overview

Postby mhylden » Mon Jul 14, 2014 1:26 pm

thanks for the overview - good summary of options.
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Re: Stove Overview

Postby BBAddict » Tue Jul 15, 2014 5:57 am

Stoves are always a trade-off between weight and duration of burn and amount of heat. For a LBO, I'd probably just get the Medium. You should be able to damper it down to a slow burn and get a couple hours of burn time out of it. If you open her up and let her roar, you could produce way too much heat for the LBO. Anything bigger would be overkill, IMO.
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Re: Stove Overview

Postby kevin_t » Tue Jul 15, 2014 7:17 am

In tents, a customer mentioned getting 2.5 hrs burn with eco bricks in a large stove. I would imagine that would still be a lot of heat in an LBO sized tent
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