About Solo Stove Stainless Steel Stove
Closeouts. Save weight and space in your backpack with the ingenious backcountry-friendly design of Solo Stove's stainless steel stove. The lightweight, minimalist stove uses twigs, sticks and other biomass as fuel so you don't have to lug around a heavy fuel tank.
Specs about Solo Stove Stainless Steel Stove
- Fuel: Other
- Boil time (1L of water): 8-10 minutes
- Weight: 9 oz.
- Material: 304 stainless steel, nichrome wire
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 3.8x4.25x4.25"
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Kmack from Ct. on Tuesday, March 4, 2014Interesting stove! I've been wanting one for some time and couldn't resist when I was able to apply an on line coupon. It fits perfectly in my 900ml pot but now my pot is soot covered and smelly but at least I knew that was going to happen...The stove lights easily w/proper tinder and twigs but it definitely requires constant attention and feeding. The sooty pot is in the nature of the beast, but that's cooking w/fire. Over all its a "fun" stove but will not replace my "go to" alky stove set up that I currently use.
Reviewed by Mike the explorer from ADK NY on Tuesday, February 25, 2014so i have yet to put this to the test with real use, but i have test run it and i could not be happier. the wood stove part of this seems to burn really efficiently and will work very nicely, i like that you can fee wood/fuel into the stove with out having to remove the pot from the top. i also have the alcohol burner which i bought from the solo website for $19 and i tested that as well. it works awesome!!
the other awesome feature is that this entire stove with carrier sleeve fit perfectly into my primus TI pot so the alcohol burner fits inside the stove and the stove fits inside the pot. take up less space and its all very light, im supper happy with this setup, i think it will see the most use out of my now 3 stoves. there are no limitations with this setup. i have an MSR whisperlite and a Biolite wood stove, the MSR boils water insanely fast and is my goto stove for winter hikes when i am not planning on spending alot of time in one place. the biolite is really cool in that its a wood stove/bio mass stove and it can charge with a usb connection, and this stove has a fan that circulates the air for a hotter more efficient burn but they all weigh more and take up more space. each stove has an area that they excel in a little more than the other and i will continue to use all 3. but the bottom line is that the Solo stove will now be my main go to go anywhere stove. and for the price you cant not get it.
Reviewed by Mitchhiker from Maine on Monday, February 17, 2014I use this stove every day at work, it only takes a few minutes to get going. Great way to get your friends to buy one and get $10 from their referral.
Reviewed by Mtnsmith from WNC mountains on Sunday, February 9, 2014I had my doubts that a twig-burning stove was more than a cute but impractical idea -- but the thing really works! It boils water quickly! It's very lightweight, and my Boy Scout son plans to add it to his Ten Essentials survival gear that he carries on day hikes.
Question & Answer
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I've seen videos using both solid fuel tabs and alcohol (poured into a small, open metal container. then placed in the stove.) Both worked with no problem, and definitely add versatility. Check out Youtube for examples.