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Ditch the canisters.
BioLite's CookStove system is a compact, clean-burning wood cooker that runs on whatever fuels you can gather around camp, not smelly gas and canister fuels. The CookStove uses BioLite's battery powered airflow unit to direct oxygen directly into the fuel chamber so fuels burn efficiently and cleanly and without emitting a whole lot of smoke. This technology also allows you to set the stove between four different fan speeds, so you can boil, simmer, or enjoy a nice rolling campfire burn. The fan system will run for up to 30 hours on a single charge and can be monitored through an LED battery level indicator. The CookStove is compact enough to carry into those more remote campsites and will burn small sticks, pine cones, and pellets. The battery powered airflow unit can be charged either at home or with a solar panel (sold separately), and unlike other BioLite stoves, the CookStove does not recharge devices.
- Biolite combustion technology
- Battery powered airflow unit
- Burns wood, pellets, and pine cones
- Battery level LED indicator
- Fan Speed LED indicator
- Power button
- Folding legs
- Includes recharging Micro USB, cord, and stuff sack
- Item #BIO0009
- Q & A
Tailgating and car camping perfection!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
The only difference between this one and the camp stove is that the cook stove needs to be charged from an external power source. Save yourself $50 and stick with this one! Its awesome! Best bet is to pick up some wood pellets (home depot, lowes, backcountry.com)if you don't want to deal with finding sticks the size of your fingers to fuel this baby. 1/3 to 1/2 chamber filled with pellets will get a solid 30 min cook time. This baby gets hot so learn how to manage the heat with the 4 fan settings on the fan unit.
Couldn't be happier with the cook stove/Grill top set-up; its like a cleaner, more compact smokey joe that won't blow coal dust all over the interior of your car when you roll down the windows cruising at 70;)
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
its easy to store, lightweight and a no gas tanks needed. calls for a little extra effort to get your meals cooked but its fun and you can have a personal camp fire anywhere if needed!
I suggest always having lots of spare wood lying around while using it . it can burn wood quick and its kinda a pain if you run out of wood while cooking.
haven't used it as much as i like, but time will tell.
Does this come with the kettle pot? and grill top?
No. You must order those separately.