The Solo Stove Lite is the perfect addition to any backpacker's bag as a lightweight cooking stove for one to two people; and the best part? No fuel to carry! Your food shouldn't depend on carrying or finding a place that sells gas when nature provides the perfect tinder and wood all year. Now you can minimize your pack weight and your footprint with this ultra-efficient stove.
Composed of Super Lightweight 304 Stainless Steel
Features a total weight of only 9 oz. Perfect for hiking, camping, survival prep, and outdoor activities.
Fits comfortably in your pack. Only 5.7 inches tall by 4.25 inches wide!
The Lite operates on small twigs and sticks, or an alcohol burner, to fuel the fire while the air intake holes on the bottom pull air in towards the fuel source.
Designed to operate on Sticks, Twigs, Pine Cones and Other Biomass. Save our planet and save money - never buy fuel again!
How it Works:
The Ash Pan catches loose ash and prevents it from clogging vital airflow. While acting as a heat shield, the ash pan prevents your stove from scorching the ground beneath it.
The Nichrome Wire Grate allows oxygen to be fed directly to embers from below. This helps to burn biofuel faster and hotter while allowing spent ash to fall out of the process.
Vent holes near the top of the burn chamber allow preheated oxygen to fuel the flame resulting in a more complete combustion and a hotter fire with less smoke.
The Cooking Ring directs heat up and towards the center of your pot for maximized efficiency. The cooking ring also acts as a windscreen while still allowing oxygen to fuel the flame.
5.7" inches tall by 4.25" inches wide
• (1) Solo Stove Lite • (1) Nylon Storage Bag
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Are we going to use this device on Solar or Fuel for cooking?
The Solo Stove Lite is Designed to operate on Sticks, Twigs, Pine Cones and Other Biomass to fuel the fire while the air intake holes on the bottom pull air in towards the fuel source. Thank you for your inquiry!