Solo stove (1 Viewer)

Jan 10, 2020
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Hi all, has anybody bought/used one of these mini solo stoves?

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tonka

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It's most likely a bio ethonal burner. Look on YouTube bit of a big think at present loads being sold, even big ones for homes.
The first reaction when you see these is panic because of CO2 etc BUT apparently they give very little and don't need a flue.

I think the wood on the table is a red herring..

IGNORE THAT. It is a wood burner, would not bother. Google bio ethonal burners instead.
 
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RedFrame

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Something very similar many moons ago, I wouldn't advise using one indoors in any circumstances.

Outdoors, they're OK, but bulky to carry around.

Edit: They're commonly known as Woodgas stoves.

Cheers
Red.
 
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68c

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What are the bits of wood for if it burns ethanol?

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