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Biolite Cookstove

Biolite first introduced the popular CampStove four years ago, now the brand have presented a simplified version with a more portable design - the CookStove. The sleek device features a uniquely designed USB-rechargeable airflow system, and provides 30 hours of clean wood cooking on a single charge. Leave the gas canisters behind and cook meals using sticks, pellets or pinecones, and with the four fan speed levels you can boil rapidly or enjoy a campfire feel with smokeless flames. watch the video below

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THE EDGE | BY CHARLES WRIGHT

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FLYTE LEVITATING LIGHT

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LIGHTHOUSE OFFICE

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