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anybody here use one of them? I have one on order. They look like neat little contraptions. Thoughts if you have used them.
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Tried something similar, a folding stove. Seems like it rained just when I needed dry tender/twigs what have you. Also soot was a mess on my hands, on items in pack. Needs its own dry bag
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Thanks for the feed back Jack will show off what I get
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Last fall I tried an Emberlit and was impressed.  It boiled water quickly for coffee or a mountain House even at 11,500 feet. 

Like this one but not stainless steel.   It folds flat and weighs near nothing.   Downsides:  it can't be used during fire bans and if dry fuel is not available the coffee is terrible! 🙂

https://emberlit.com/collections/stoves/products/emberlit-original-stainless-lightweight-backpacking-stove-wood-burning-backpacking-stove

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Now I really can't wait to try this one out. The one I ordered.  Because if I'm correct its a pretty contained system.  Thanks for the feed back guys. More to come on this discussion. 
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I have been using a Solo Stove for a while and it works great. Once you get it hot, very little to no smoke at all. They do go through a LOT of wood pretty quick, but leave very little ash and put out very good heat. For as many years as we have been building fires, it almost don't make sense how clean they burn LOL

I also have the giant Solo Bonfire for the backyard and it works just as well. Nice to sit around once it's going without playing musical chairs dodging the smoke!

A friend I camp with has a titanium Emberlit and it works well too but not quite the same as the Solo Stove. The Emberlit is more like a well vented efficient wood burner, but the Solo Stove is a true double wall gasifier (and much heavier) and puts out much less smoke. But the Emberlit is much more packable and lighter weight. The Emberlit will also burn bigger sticks by poking in through the side, where the Solo you just drop the smaller sticks in from the top, under the pot. 

 I don't even use canister stoves anymore, I always carry the Solo and a crazy ultralight alcohol burner and a small bottle of fuel all packed in the stove. I don't know which one you got, must be a secret, but you'll probably like it ðŸ˜



 
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Tomshoo. But its a double wall like yours. Many companies are cloning them with little changes. Mostly to do with the cooking end like how the pot sits and what not.
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Mine looks like this: 

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I'll second the efficiency of the gasifier over the emberlit.  The emberlit will blacken the bottom of your cookware!
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I have one and it works great
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I've used a number of them. Solo stove Emberlits, BushCooker, Firebox. They all work well, none of them smoke much, but will all turn your pot black.

The ol' Hobo stove is a favorite...
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I got mine and I'm going to say I concur.  A very nice invention. Lots of heat. Only the carbon left. What i like about this one is the ash tray/ heat shield it comes with. No ground burning for me! The photo shows results after a 20  min burn. Only large coals and a tiny amount of ash left.

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if your cooking near the truck, wood pellets make a real good fuel. I've boiled a quart of water for 30 minutes on one cup of pellets.

Wood pellets in a Titanium Bushcooker....not sure why it turns my pics sideways...there not like that  on my computer....

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Wood gas stove made out of a 1 quart paint can & a Progresso soup can....

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