Lightweight Wood stoves are popular. No doubt about it.
But I still can’t get over the fact that wood stoves transfer so much dirt and soot to the rest of your gear. This view is shared by Tinny at Mini Bull Designs.
Despite this, I did purchase a new wood stove recently from theboilerwerks.com which looks like it will mitigate some of the soot issues that I find so troubling. The Bollerwerks system uses an ultralight pot called a chimney kettle that has a cylindrical hole running vertically through it’s middle. The hole is used as a chimney but also increases the surface area that can be heated by a fire. It’s a cool concept.
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