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A neat and simple idea, brilliantly executed: the ingenious Woodgas stove efficiently and cleanly burns natural fuel, cleverly channeling excess heat to fan the flames.

The Wild Woodgas Stove is basically a double-walled chimney. A fire is lit in a basket just above the base, which draws air in through the vents around the bottom: similar to a traditional brazier. The big difference is the double walls and a second set of vent holes which open out into the top of the chimney, just below where your pan or mug will sit. The air within the steel walls gets very hot, shooting up and out of the upper vent holes, causing the gas released from the burning wood to combust fiercely and heat your kettle.

This all results in a very hot, clean burn, producing less soot, smoke and carbon monoxide than traditional fires. As the fuel is wood that you pick up while you're out and about, it's pretty much free to run. Because of the cunning way the vents are designed to recycle the heat from the fire, you get even more out of your fuel: even better value than free! Unlike stoves which use battery operated fans to enhance the flames, the Woodgas Stove just needs hot air to rise, so you never need to worry about running out of battery power.

As well as the clever principle of using rising heat, the rest of the Wild Woodgas Stove is pretty cleverly designed too. The simple pot supports will hold a variety of pans, from bigger pots and kettles down to individual mugs. As well as wood, it works well with hexamine solid-fuel tablets or spirit burners for extra versatility (or for when you know there won't be a ready supply of wood).

When you're finished, it comes easily apart and slots together into itself, resulting in a small, light metal cyclinder which will pack into an average sized camping billy can. Brilliant.


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Product Features

  • Weight: 280g
  • Dimensions:
    • Diameter: 13.6cm (base), 12.5cm (top), 10.3cm (internal)
    • Height: 17.5cm (assembled), 6.6cm (packed)
  • Material: stainless steel
  • Folding pot supports
  • Burns wood, solid fuel tablets or meths (with addition of spirit burner, not included)
  • Stuff sack

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Wild Woodgas Stove reviews verified by Reevoo

(8.7 out of 10)
Quality
9.0
Ease of use
8.2
Features
8.6
Weight
8.9
Value for money
8.0
Overall rating
8.7
Scores 8.7 out of 10 based on 11 reviews
(10 out of 10)

Margaret

Comber Enthusiast
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I like the way it all fits together and is compact and light.
I'm glad I tried out the stove at home before taking it on a trip because it needed a bit of "tweeting "to get optimum fire going.
Confirmed purchase: 16 June 2015
Published on: 04 July 2015
(9 out of 10)

William

Huntingdon Beginner
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Stove packs down compactly and can be stored inside a cookpot or similar, the 775ml MSR steel stowaway pot is a perfect fit. When packed there is still room inside the stove for kindling and firestarting kit.
Not sure how great the new pot support will prove to be as seems quite flimsy
also there isn't a huge amount of room between pot and stove for feeding in fuel.
Confirmed purchase: 27 May 2015
Published on: 10 June 2015
(5 out of 10)

Confirmed purchaser

Enthusiast
+
love the idea.. did cook tea on it with dry wood
it took forever and ever and ever and tons more wood than had expected.. sadly on first trials, not the alternative to gas I'd hoped for .. but will keep trying. it needed near constant blowing to ensure the woodgas kept burning rather than just the primary burn. may be that we need to improve technique, but sadly disappointed by first impression
Confirmed purchase: 26 May 2015
Published on: 10 June 2015