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- Lightweight, portable and easy to assemble.
- Great for cooking and heating.
- Woodburner no need for gas cannister
- Adjustable flue damper.
- Can be retro fitted into canvas tents.
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The Frontier stove is a portable log burner that was originally designed for use as humanitarian aid. As this was its original intent it was designed to be both lightweight and compact as well as being very durable. When it is being stored or transported the flue sections can be packed away and stored inside its belly. It also has a handle on its side to make transporting it even easier. With a pack size of 49cm x 28cm x 29cm and a weight of only 12kg, you really can take anywhere you want to. Next time you decide to cook tea on the beach you will be the envy of everyone barbecuing burnt sausages when you are cooking a feast on your Frontier Stove. It is also 10 times more fuel efficient than an open fire, and the long flue helps transport the smoke away from you so that you won't breath it in. Around one third of the world's population still cook on solid fuel and breathing in these toxic fumes on a daily basis is a real problem. That is why we designed the flue to have a height of 2.41m, to make it safer to cook on. The fact that it has a long flue also makes it ideal for being installed in fire retardant shelters such as Tipis, Bell Tents, Yurts and even sheds! We sell flashing kits so that it can correctly be installed with the flue going out the roof of the shelter. This means that the Frontier Stove can be utilised for heating as well as cooking. Our C.O.F.T. (Controlled Open Flamed Technology) means that the Frontier Stove is fantastic to cook on. There is room for a couple of pans on top of the stove, and you can even remove the hot plate cover so the open flames can lick the bottom of the pot, meaning you have more control over the heat when cooking. We have made an extensive range of accessories for the stove to help you make the most out of it, including a water heater that fits on the flue and a spark arrestor to catch any stray embers.
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Just Pop the ball down each section of flue and pull the brush through! a few times TA DA Job done
Great stove enjoy
UPDATE: Had the stove a while now and still love it, I have made a couple of small modifications which I thought I would share,
1) I have drilled an extra air vent in the door, I used the 3 hole vent type from a old BBQ, this helps provide extra "draw" with the door closed or on the latch,
2) Added a small brass knob to the door latch
3) Added a grate from a old BBQ to raise the fuel from the bottom of the stove again allowing improved draw
4) using a mix of charcoal and wood is a good option too
The stove is just fine without these little mods, but I found they were a helpful also consider getting a dutch oven or cast iron pot for the stove works great for camp fire stews.
Update June 2015: Stove has been well used now and still going strong, recently spent a weekend cooking only on the stove whist camping performed well I have added a couple of new items to the cooking set up, a Cast iron rectangular ridged griddle pan sits nicely on the top of the stove A small cast iron saute pan and two sizes of cast iron "dutch ovens" all found reduced in price in a local supermarket clearance section as they had small chips in paintwork but work great for camping.
I have resprayed the stove a few times with High Temp BBQ paint which keeps it looking nice
Update: November 2015 Two quick things Storage bag I found the Stove bag to be Ok but not quite big enough for extras, So recommend a heavy duty waterproof carry bag 40lt Bag from Go Outdoors. About £30 but will fit the stove good for keeping pokers brush shovel and a Axe/hatchet and other stove stove bits and bobs and keeps your car clean.
Fuel: Best option I found was mixture of Dry seasoned wood and Charcoal or heat logs type thing as this burns hotter and longer and with less smoke than wood alone and uses less fuel. Worth reading up on how to Season wood and types of wood to use, As wood is not just wood trust me:-) Norwegian Wood: Chopping, Stacking and Drying Wood the Scandinavian Way
A Quick Thought: I noticed Recently that Robens Volcano stove in A well known Outdoor chain store. This is basically the same stove as the Mark 1 Frontier stove, But the Robens version is very expensive, However one good feature is the heat shield on the chimney which hangs from the spark arrestor which is a good idea if you use it in a gazebo or similar it Looks a lot like an Ikea Cutlery drainer!!. so you I think you can see where I am going here! ... :-)
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Need to buy extra flue pipe and spark arrestor to get flue through smoke hood
For one thing, I think the flue pipe is too small to allow a decent draw.Read more