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Emberlit UL Titanium

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Very nice and everything the previous reviewer had noted. The most glaring negative not mentioned was the sharp edges. Wear gloves if you can, especially the first few times you assemble and break down the stove.  Full review


rated 2.5 of 5 stars This small fire starter looks cool, but is difficult to use and control compared to modern ferrocerium rods. Each Strike-A-Light is made from high-carbon steel and designed to look attractive on the outside of a pack or as a necklace / lanyard. Use flint, quartz, marble, or other "chert" stones to generate a spark. I have to admit, I was really looking forward to getting my Emberlit Strike-A-Light flint and steel after watching the demonstration videos on Emberlit's site. In the past, I have always… Full review


rated 4 of 5 stars A lightweight, compact, and sturdy little titanium stove that can burn wood, fuel tablets, or alcohol based on configuration. While it can be difficult to assemble, this wood stove is lighter in weight than comparable alcohol or gas stoves and heats just as well. The Emberlit FireAnt is my second wood-burning camp stove (with the Vargo Hexagon being my first) and so far I have been fairly pleased with it.   WEIGHT The Emberlit Fireant is advertised at 2.8 oz, which is a pretty outrageous claim… Full review

Emberlit UL Titanium

rated 5 of 5 stars If you need a small, lightweight, strong wood (bio mass) burning stove then this is it. It is strong enough that I have used it to cook breakfast in it using a cast iron skillet. The side hole allows for the continual feed of fresh fuel. Do be warned flames will shoot out the side. Setup: Take time to practice setting this stove up at home a few times. Once you get the hang of it, very easy. Ignition: All depends on the dryness of your wood. If you can start a camp fire you can use this stove. Full review

Emberlit Stove Stainless

rated 5 of 5 stars This is an awesome stove! No regrets, despite the weight! I bought this stove because I like the idea of the feeder hole, and the fact that I can use long sticks with minimal processing to keep this stove cooking, unlike others that take only tiny sticks and taking a chance of burning ones fingers while stoking the fire.   This is an excellent choice, and made extremely well. It is a bit heavier than I expected, but it is very high quality and will last many, many years if not longer. I was on… Full review

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Emberlit Camp Stove
8415 S 700 W, STE 27
Sandy, UT 84070

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