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Retired Army
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Wood Gas Camping and Emergency Stoves. Burns twigs, pine cones, pine needles. I keep a bag of wood stove pellets on hand. One bag of pellets will provide cooking fuel for over a month for about $5.

I have 5 of these available, new and in the box. $50 each postpaid in the USA.

Message if interested.

These are great. I am keeping 2 for myself.

Welcome to the Woodgas Campstove Site

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performing monkey
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I've built similar units out of coffee cans and a small DC fan, they work great... the units you've linked to are much more attractive & sturdy looking tho

the units are $52 & $72 on Amazon, are you a vendor or are you just supplying info for us?

thanx either way
 

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Discussion Starter · #5 · (Edited)
I've built similar units out of coffee cans and a small DC fan, they work great... the units you've linked to are much more attractive & sturdy looking tho

the units are $52 & $72 on Amazon, are you a vendor or are you just supplying info for us?

thanx either way
They are the same unit. I made a group purchase and am just parting these off at cost. Some buddies did not come through on their end so I am selling those.

Paypal is welcome . IM for details
 

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performing monkey
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3 sets shipped. :D

2 stoves left. :(
i PM'd a few days ago as to which units you had & the cost & whether or not you accepted United States Postal Money Orders, I thought maybe you were sold out... until now :D
 

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performing monkey
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are there any stats on comsumption of other fuels (coal) with these stoves?
 

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Retired Army
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fuels

are there any stats on comsumption of other fuels (coal) with these stoves?
I have burned wood charcoal in these, works good. I would not burn fossil coal. It burns hotter and would be harder to put out (?). My assumption there is you put in enough fuel to cook a meal or boil water and add fuel as needed. Coal is a different acting fuel. Just my observation.

These units are aluminum. Nicely made. The inventor imports has them made in India. I use them ATVing and they are easy to use and light.
 

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If they're aluminum, I'd be really hesitant to put a hot-burning fuel in there. Hardwood charcoal is almost too hot - I build smelting furnaces that run on it, with an air blast, that exceed 3000F. Cooking fuel ought to be relatively cool, by those standards. Wood is probably best.
 

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performing monkey
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mine came in Friday, I would've posted but I was/am under the weather

thanks for the professionalism & communication

I'll post again to let all ya'all know how much I like it
 
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