nCamp Wood Burning Stove

Aug 6, 2018

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When camping or backpacking, reducing bulk and weight makes your bag less cumbersome and mitigates fatigue, improving your outdoor experience. Along these lines, nCamp has developed a collapsible wood burning stove that will heat up a meal under the stars but not take up too much space in your backpack.

Thanks to an innovative collapsible combustion chamber, each nCamp Wood Burning Stove, offers a compact and effective system that utilizes both wood and solid/liquid fuels to heat things up. All the while, the handy stove folds down to less than the size of an iPad when not in use. The entire aluminum and stainless steel setup also weighs in at a lightweight 28.75 ounces, can boil a cup of water in as little as 3 minutes, and measures 9 in. x 6.4 in. x 6.3 in. when in use. Available now.

Purchase: $60

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