pocket stove for preppers

Reviewed by Devin the Newbie Prepper from Washington on Thursday, March 20, 2014
Being a new prepper, and having a family of four (w/two teenagers), I wanted to make sure that if for any reason we got separated, we each had the the necessary tools to survive. In building go-bags for each of my family members, I did a lot of research on what tools and equipment would be needed for two or more nights away from family or home. And when it came to cooking, this pocket stove fit the bill. These units are very well constructed, and sturdy enough to handle a very large (and full) can of soup or small pot for making coffee or boiling water. It also has locking points so they can be adjusted if you are using smaller cans or metal cups for heating. The fuel cubes are light and can be extinguished and relit if needed, but the stoves are vented at the bottom so any fuel source can be used.

The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is because you can't use the stove as a storage unit for the 6 fuel cubes, as it is just a little too small.
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