Weight 6 oz / 170 g



If you need a small, lightweight, strong wood (bio…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $60


If you need a small, lightweight, strong wood (bio mass) burning stove then this is it.


  • Lightweight
  • Strong
  • Just works
  • Made in USA


  • Takes some practice to assemble
  • Cheap PVC carry pouch that won't last long

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. Use good tinder or fire starters.
  • Flame Control: Controlled by amount, size, and quality of your wood. Easily simmer or rolling boil.
  • Boil time: Did not time it but average. Once again depends on the quality of fuel.
  • Stability: This stove is very stable and strong. The trivets cross in the middle in an X so it will support even small bottomed sierra cups or 8-in cast iron skillets with ease.
  • Packability: It is made of Titanium so it is very lightweight and thin. My wife could easily carry it in her purse and not notice it.
  • Construction and Durability: It is made of titanium so it should not rust. As long as you don't abuse it with a hammer or rocks it should last a lifetime.

Welcome to Trailspace, Keth! Thanks for sharing your Emberlit stove review with us. I'd love to see a picture of your stove set up with your Sierra cup and/or cast iron skillet on it to see its stability and size.

2 years ago

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