If you like to go backpacking into the wild, you probably own a camping stove. If not, you should get one. They’re great for purifying water, making tea, coffee and cooking food. The problem with most portable stoves is that they’re made of different parts you have to carry around, including fuel. The Solo Stove is different. It is the ultimate wood-burning backpacking stove, great for Camping, Hiking, Survival, Emergency Preparation and it’s recommended by Backpacker Magazine and serious survivalists like Discovery Channel’s Matt Graham.
After the creation of Solo Stove in 2011, and due to the great response it received, the company came out with two larger models, the Solo Stove Titan and the Solo Stove Campfire.
The Solo Stove Campfire is the largest Solo Stove. It’s perfect for cooking or just sitting around it on a cool fall evening. It uses the same design and engineering as the original patented Solo Stove, which means it’s super efficient, built strong -high grade 304 stainless steel- and weighs only 2 pounds. The Solo Stove Campfire cooks your meals with nothing but the sticks, leaves or twigs you collect on your journey, and it incorporates a secondary combustion for a more complete, efficient and cleaner burn. It is the perfect biomass stove that can take advantage of easily-obtainable fuel and is something all of us backpackers should be looking at.