June 2015 UPDATE:
Stove, trowel, and saw info: QiWiz.net
Before placing an order, please check the shipping page on my website (a link to this page is available on any page that you order from).
Try and find a more ultralight highly functional and pot-adaptable woodburner that easily assembles and comes apart into a neat, tidy flat package. Now laser-cut and tweaked to work with an even larger variety of pot and pans! Has a completely unique FlexPort option for feeding longer pieces of wood into the stove for longer burns, OR closing the Port for a quick chimney burn.
Titanium sides and stainless steel mesh shelf - weighs 2.7 ounces, 2.8 with a FlexPort! Standard with an 8 mil ziplock pouch. Optional reinforced tyvek pouch with velcro closure. Multifuel (Esbit and alcohol), grilling, and baking options.
See more information, links to videos, and how to purchase at: QiWiz.net
Videos include demos of assembly and disassembly as well as getting all fired up. Available FlexPort, MultiFuel, Grills, Bake Kits, Esbit-only burners, and other options also fully described.
The vast majority of pots that backpackers use will work well on the stove. I have tested the stove with light pots up to 6" in diameter holding up to 1000 ml (32 ounces) of liquid. In the event that you want to use a cooking mug or beer can pot that is too narrow for the built-in pot supports, you will need to get a pair of my optional pot supports. The "narrow-light" supports insert into the lower holes and notches to span the stove in parallel at the same height as the built-in supports. They will support a light pot with up to 600 ml (20 ounces) of liquid. They are also perfect to support one of Gary's titanium grills (available at QiWiz.net). If you want to use a really wide pot or light frying pan (more than 6 inches in diameter), you will find that my optional "wide-heavy" pot supports are helpful. Using the higher holes and notches, they make an "X" above the firebox and add another inch of room under your wide pot or pan, for additional air flow and easier fire feeding. They will support a light pot or pan with up to 1000 ml (32 ounces) of liquid.
You know you WANT one . . .