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Franco Darioli
(Franco) - M

Locale: Melbourne
WildWoodgas stove on 03/28/2013 17:22:04 MDT Print View

Spotted this stove, on the NET, the other day.
Wild Woodgas stove
I like how it folds away and that the base is wider but shorter than the other types.
http://wildstoves.co.uk/wood-cooking-stoves/wood-gas-camping-stoves/wild-wood-gas-stove/
Quick calculation looks like about $92 USD delivered to the US.
WWII on
This from :
http://www.thebushcraftstore.co.uk/wild-woodgas-stove-mk-iit-9509-p.asp

Edited by Franco on 03/28/2013 17:25:28 MDT.

Dan Yeruski
(zelph) - MLife

Locale: www.bplite.com
Re: WildWoodgas stove on 03/28/2013 17:33:14 MDT Print View

I really like it. Fuel capacity is probably double that of the Bushbuddy. when it is in the colapsed mode it's shorter than the BB. Looks to be the same diameter as the BB. Plenty of oxygen going in and out. Love those inner holes to concentrate the flames towards the center. I'd buy one if I didn't have so many stoves right now.

Franco Darioli
(Franco) - M

Locale: Melbourne
WildWoodgas stove on 03/28/2013 18:05:41 MDT Print View

The Bushbuddy is 4 1/4 " wide , the WW2 (!) is just over 5".
The stored size makes it look wider than that.

Eric Blumensaadt
(Danepacker) - MLife

Locale: Mojave Desert
Trail Designe Sidewinder & Inferno insert on 03/28/2013 23:24:11 MDT Print View

I have what I feel is the most compact, efficient and lightest gassifier wood stove in the Caldera Cone ti Sidewinder with the Inferno insert.

I use the 3 cup aluminum pot & lid for solo backpacking.

brent driggers
(cadyak) - MLife

Locale: southwest georgia
Wild Woodburner Stove on 03/29/2013 06:47:07 MDT Print View

I have admired that stove for a while. Breaks down small, puts together large and what a sweet fire.