Hot cooked meals don’t come easy when you’re camping in the wild. The all-situation Survival Stove, however, should make enjoying cooked meals just a tad easier.
A portable cooking apparatus, it can fold down into an easy-to-carry 5 x 8 x 2 rig, weighing a light 1.5-lbs. That means you can easily throw it in your backpack with the rest of your outdoor gear, adding little heft and bulk to your tag-along assembly.
The Survival Stove can burn any dry fuel material for fire, including wood and dried animal dung (we’re pretty sure your own dried crap can work too) you can pick up around the forest floors, natural fibers, cardboards and coal. The neat trick, of course, is making that fire grow to generate intense cooking heat, which the stove does through a clever internal fan. All you’ll need are two AA batteries, which will operate the fan for up to 24 hours of continuous operation.
With the help of the fan, the machine can create a forge-like environment at the base, producing intense heat for rapidly cooking your outdoor sustenance. It can generate up to 20,000 BTU, equivalent to 1,200-degrees Fahrenheit.