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nCamp Wood Burning Stove

The nCamp Wood Burning Stove has as its greatest feature its portability. They did it by reducing its weight and size and making a smart collapsible combustion chamber that enabled it to be all the more compact. First of all, to make it handy they settled on the fuel to burn: sticks and twigs always available while outdoors, so no need to carry fuel with you, plus, the collapsible burning chamber ensures you get burning efficiency (hits boiling temps in just 3 minutes) and portability at the same time, only 1,5 inches thick when collapsed and 15 oz. of weight. The material choice was also well made: aluminum and stainless steel make sure it’s light and sturdy to go along with you for the long haul.



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INGREDIENTS

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TOP GEAR | THE COOL 500

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HELP JAPAN

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