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The Solo Stove, A Great Choice for Your Bug Out Bag

Solos Stove

The Solo Stove with it’s cup and  windscreen

It is not often, I write a second post about a product, but in this case, I am making an exception.  I love the Solo Stove  it is small compact and very efficient.  For many years, I worked as an arson investigator and I understand the science of combustion.  This is a stove that is well designed and makes very efficient use of the available fuel.

It is very easy to gather up the small sticks and twigs you need to cook with the Solo Stove.  One of its big advantages is that it is not a fuel hog. …

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The Solo Stove

The other day my grandson and I took a Solo Stove out and ran it through its paces.  We got one on the recommendation of Freeze Dry Guy, who is an old special forces soldier. The weather was not very good, quite windy and lots of sprinkles.  In other words, it was a good day for practicing fire starting.  We had one of the Solo stoves and the windscreen than can be purchased as an extra with it.

It is a small stove designed for backbacking and is lightweight at 1 lb 10 oz including the windscreen.  It is designed to burn small pieces of wood and debris.…

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