Emberlit UL Original Titanium
6 oz / 170 g
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Very nice and everything the previous reviewer had…
Source: bought it new
- Strong, lightweight
- Does not retain heat, can be broken down by hand soon after fire extinguishing
- Sharp edges, very easy to knick and slice fingers during setup and break down
- Being titanium no easy task sanding down sharp burrs or edges
- The given flat pack bag is cheap but does have illustrated assembly illustrations
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.
If you need a small, lightweight, strong wood (bio…
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $60
If you need a small, lightweight, strong wood (bio mass) burning stove then this is it.
- 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.