Solo Stove Campfire | Portable Camping Hiking, Backpacking and Survival Stove, No liquid fuel needed, Powerful Efficient Wood Burning, Low Smoke, 4+ People, 304 Stainless Steel, Compact 18 x 23,5 cm
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For sure – that was a concern of mine too Jennifer! It’s definitely helpful in the morning when you just want a to get something going fast b/c it’s chilly! – Stacy Reply So when a portable wood stove takes on the name “CAMPFIRE”, it’s got some pretty big shoes to fill.
While I’ve never used a Breeo and can’t give you my firsthand opinion on them, I can tell you how they compare. Car camping: Not recommended for cooking– While I love the concept of these stoves, they simply don’t fit my style of car camping. I usually stay in established campgrounds where small dry wood is not available. I also use skillets and griddles as often as pots, so the smaller size stoves simply don’t work well for me. Lastly, the cleanup just is just too much work for this setting.Another question I wanted to answer was: Does the outside of the Solo Stove get hot? I got a fire going and let it burn for 30 minutes. I then used a laser thermometer to measure the Solo Stove’s exterior temperature. The bottom remained cool around 70 degrees, and the temperature in the middle of the stove was about 120 degrees. The temp jumped to 230 degrees at the top of the stove. So, it’s best not to touch the upper half of the stove when you have a fire going. The bottom of the Solo remains cool as a fire burns, and gets hotter toward the top. Scott Einsmann
No! It would seem like it would burn more wood but the Solo Stove Bonfire actually just burns much more of the wood than a traditional wood-burning fire pit. You won’t be left with a bunch of half-burnt logs once the fire goes out. The Solo Stove seems to actually use less wood than normal, and I think that’s because it really completely burns up each log. You can roast, boil, or cook anything that comes to mind. The Solo Stove Campfire allows you to cook food for 4 or even more people and boils 32 fl oz of water in just 2-4 minutes.
It seems like a perfectly portable way to take summer campfires wherever I go which would be it’s biggest benefit. I like how compact it is and the usual fun campfire foods work well using it. Reply Portable camping fire pit: Recommended– These solo stoves are just fun! They are much faster and easier to light than a traditional campfire, plus they burn less wood and have less smoke to avoid. The Titan is a good size for a mini tabletop fire pit, and I expect mine will get regular use. Couples and Small Families: Since it’s only a 1-burner stove, you are somewhat limited with how much you can cook. But if you plan carefully and cook simple meals, the Campfire can easily feed 2-4 people.