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Bushbuddy Ultra

rated 4 of 5 stars Bushbuddy gasifying stoves are handmade in Alaska. They are simple and effective. It's not the lightest or most efficient stove out there, but there is something special about using this kind of heritage equipment. I have many wood burning stoves, but for short walks and a brew on a calm evening I often reach for this one. It is suitable for 1-2 people looking for a cheap alternative to gas, meths, or hexamine tablets. Yes, there are lighter, cheaper and more efficient designs but this is so simple… Full review

Bushbuddy Ultra

rated 5 of 5 stars I've used the Bushbuddy Ultra several times, and am very pleased with it. Mine weighs 4.9 oz, and there is no fuel bottle to carry! After cooking dinner and breakfast, there is about one teaspoon of ash left.  One thing I especially like compared to an alcohol stove is that I can let my pot of dehydrated food sit on top of the stove while it rehydrates - no cozy needed, and it seems to rehydrate better.  Highly recommended! Full review

Bushbuddy

rated 4 of 5 stars http://crookedblueline.blogspot.com/ as a cook who desires a second burner but not the extra weight of extra fuel canisters. Full review

Bushbuddy Ultra

rated 5 of 5 stars I'd been carrying a homemade alcohol stove for thousands of miles after 3 thru hikes before finding this stove in preparation for the CDT. Not having to carry the weight of fuel or be worried about finding alcohol in town convinced me to give it a shot. I got the ultra light version, weighs 5.1 ounces. It nestles perfectly inside my Snow Peak 900 titanium pot. So well that it doesn't even rattle as I hike! Construction is awesome; a solid piece of gear. Cooking with fire was a pleasant experience,… Full review

Bushbuddy

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent stove. But, remember, wood burning stove takes patience. Fuel needs to be gathered. Easiest lit when fire starters are used. It is not easy to get a lighted match to tinder at the bottom. Advantages: not a lot of fuel (ie. sticks) is needed. Water can be kept boiling for as long as you have wood to burn. Packs easily because it can be nested into a pot. Can be found at Backpacking Light.com Full review

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Bushbuddy
F. H. Enterprises
Box 36
Iskut, BC V0J 1K0
Canada

phone: (250) 234-3919

website: www.bushbuddy.ca
email: traveller@bushbuddy.ca