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Jeff Antig
(Antig)

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Woodgas Stoves on 07/03/2010 17:44:43 MDT Print View

If you want an affordable but good woodgas stove, visit my shop!

www.antigoutdoors.com

If you don't want to invest $100 on a woodgas stove and don't quite have the time to make your own, this is a good option.

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Edited by Antig on 07/12/2010 22:25:19 MDT.

Joe Clement
(skinewmexico) - MLife

Locale: Southwest
Woodgas Stoves on 07/03/2010 17:45:29 MDT Print View

Nice....

Thomas Gauperaa
(gauperaa) - F - M

Locale: Norway
Re: Woodgas Stoves on 07/04/2010 14:52:07 MDT Print View

Cool

Damon Holman
(Damon78) - F

Locale: Northeast
weight? on 07/04/2010 15:49:21 MDT Print View

What weight?

Jeff Antig
(Antig)

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: Woodgas Stoves on 07/04/2010 17:46:14 MDT Print View

Thanks for the feedback

Check the website for specifications--weighs 5 1/2 oz.

Aaron W
(ADW245) - MLife

Locale: Chula Vista
Woodgas Stoves on 07/05/2010 10:51:36 MDT Print View

Nice that is just what I am looking for.

Does the wire pot stand fit down in the chamber for storage? And do you know which pots it fits in?

Edited by ADW245 on 07/05/2010 12:09:36 MDT.

Bob Gross
(--B.G.--) - F

Locale: Silicon Valley
Re: Woodgas Stoves on 07/05/2010 11:44:23 MDT Print View

Aaron, he has stated the storage dimensions of the stove. Can you measure your own pot to see if it will fit?

--B.G.--

Aaron W
(ADW245) - MLife

Locale: Chula Vista
Woodgas Stoves on 07/05/2010 12:11:54 MDT Print View

Yes I saw the storage dimensions. The reason I was asking is I don’t have a tall deep pot . I see on his site is using a GSI boiler which model is that? and does he have any recommendations.

Edited by ADW245 on 07/05/2010 12:13:52 MDT.

Jeff Antig
(Antig)

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: Woodgas Stoves on 07/05/2010 15:19:26 MDT Print View

Hi Aaron,

Yes the pot stand does store in the chamber. The pot I'm using in the picture is a GSI Pinnacle Soloist. I understand that it will also fit similar pots such as the Snow Peak 900. Your pot has to be about 5" tall if you want it to fit in. Alternatively, I used to store it in a MSR Titan Kettle. The top of the stove stuck out a little bit so I just put it in a stuff sack and cinched the cord on it.

Hope that helps

Aaron W
(ADW245) - MLife

Locale: Chula Vista
Woodgas Stoves on 07/06/2010 10:01:00 MDT Print View

Thanks Jeff that was just the info I was looking for. I placed an order last night.

Damon Holman
(Damon78) - F

Locale: Northeast
Review on 07/07/2010 06:35:39 MDT Print View

Aaron, will you post a brief review here, to let us know how you like it, when it arrives?

Edited by Damon78 on 07/07/2010 08:47:38 MDT.

Aaron W
(ADW245) - MLife

Locale: Chula Vista
Woodgas Stoves on 07/07/2010 12:28:57 MDT Print View

I sure can. This will be my first wood stove so take my opinion for what it worth.

Bob Gross
(--B.G.--) - F

Locale: Silicon Valley
Re: Woodgas Stoves on 07/07/2010 12:34:31 MDT Print View

When you load the stove, try to pick dry sticks about the diameter of a pencil. Smaller, and they burn up too quickly. Larger, and sometimes they are hard to catch.

--B.G.--