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Todd P
(bmwrider) - F
Wood burning stove on 10/16/2011 08:10:16 MDT Print View

I'm trying to find a light weight wood burning stove that breaks down flat, the kind that uses panels that fit together and form a sort of fire box, most of them are square, I have seen many before but now when I'm ready to build or by one I can't seem to find them, I can't even seem to find the right word to search with.

Could any of you help me out.

Edited by bmwrider on 10/16/2011 11:19:13 MDT.

Mike M
(mtwarden) - MLife

Locale: Montana
Vargo on 10/16/2011 08:12:54 MDT Print View

I'm sure there are others, but Vargo makes a ti version that folds up

http://www.vargooutdoors.com/Titanium-Hexagon-Backpacking-Wood-Stove

Jeff Cadorin
(JeffCadorin) - F

Locale: paper beats rock
Re: Wood burning stove on 10/16/2011 08:19:18 MDT Print View

First hit for collapsible wood stove on google returned zenstoves.net good place to start it looks like.

Aaron Benson
(AaronMB) - F

Locale: Central Valley California
Re: Wood burning stove on 10/16/2011 08:23:29 MDT Print View

Maybe this one? http://zenstoves.net/Templates/NimblewillNomadStove.pdf

Erik Basil
(EBasil) - M

Locale: Atzlan
Emberlit looks interesting on 10/16/2011 09:34:09 MDT Print View

Google "Emberlit stove" and do a forum search for it, here. It looks interesting: light, flat and with a feed-port to keep it going.

Jay Wilkerson
(Creachen) - MLife

Locale: East Bay
Wood Burning Stove on 10/16/2011 10:58:47 MDT Print View

Google: Four Dog Stove, BPL sold them once and it is a very versatile stove that burns wood, esbit tabs and denatured alcohol. It comes in three different sizes.

Joseph Reeves
(Umnak)

Locale: Southeast Alaska
wood stove on 10/16/2011 11:10:59 MDT Print View

I spent last night trying to rationalize the purchase of a Kirfu para stove for winter kayaking. Still not quite there, but there is a lot of stove por* (Oh, my I guess Ryan doesn't like the word por*) at this site.

http://www.kifaru.net/stoves.html

Might be too large for your needs

Jeff Cadorin
(JeffCadorin) - F

Locale: paper beats rock
wood burning stove on 10/16/2011 13:18:14 MDT Print View

http://www.suluk46.com/RandD%20-%20RD1%20Ti%20Wood%20Stove.html

a start in the myog approach

Raymond Estrella
(rayestrella) - MLife

Locale: Northern Minnesota
? on 10/16/2011 14:06:15 MDT Print View

Just exactly what are you asking for help with?

http://forums.backpacker.com/cgi-bin/forums/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=832107219;t=9991152887

You seem to be asking for something other than what we are giving. Are you looking for a wood burning stove for cooking with or heating?

Eric Blumensaadt
(Danepacker) - MLife

Locale: Mojave Desert
Well... on 10/16/2011 14:15:16 MDT Print View

... the Caldera Cone ti Sidewinder Inferno woodburner isn't a flat stove but it does roll up and fit into its own pot. I have one and it is a VERY efficient wodburner. It's a "gassifier" wood stove (cycles hot air into the combustion chamber) plus a Caldera Cone outer that conserves heat by its design.

The Sidewinder's compactness is a big plus and I think it's compactness that you are looking for.

BER ---
(BER) - MLife

Locale: Wisconsin
Emberlit on 10/16/2011 15:55:56 MDT Print View

+1 on the Emberlit-UL. 5.4oz. Packs flat as desired by the OP. Burns well and allows for continuous feed. Like mine enough that I sold my BushBuddy Ultra.

Edited by BER on 10/16/2011 15:58:23 MDT.