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  • CampStove 2 upgrades include 50% more power output than original CampStove, an integrated battery and LED dashboard, and improved control and feedback
  • Smart LED Dashboard: Control 4 fan speeds and get real time feedback on fire strength and battery level
  • On-Board Storage: Integrated 2,600 mAh battery stores a full phone charge
  • Burn wood like your would gas—any dry biomass including sticks, pinecones and BioLite BioFuel pellets keep the fire going; BioFuel pellets sold separately
  • BioLite flagship smokeless combustion creates 95% less smoke emissions compared to a regular wood fire
  • Power pack nests inside burn chamber for easy carry while backpacking
  • Included FlexLight is portable, pliable USB gooseneck that provides functional task lighting; produces 100 lumens of light
  • Turn the light on with the tap of a finger; touch and hold to dim easily to desired levels; works with any USB port, including those on the BioLite CampStove 2

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Specs

Best Use Camping
Fuel Type Wood
Fuel Wood
Heat Output 10,000 british thermal units
Average Boil Time 5 minutes
Dimensions 8.25 x 5 x 5 inches
Weight 2 lbs. 1 oz.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tons of power + onboard battery = awesome CampStove 2 is a sweet improvement over the original. It produces noticeably more power, and having onboard battery storage makes a big difference by allowing you to charge your phone after you're done cooking. Nice improvements for the next generation model, and no increase in price or weight.
Date published: 2017-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quick boil, solo fire pit, emergency charge I have the older version of this stove, plus the grill top, and the pellets. I love this stove and I use it for all camping, but not backpacking. If it were lighter I would, but the battery pack is just too heavy. Sometimes I just don't feel like building a regular fire in the camp ring. I've also pulled this out during block parties for marshmallow roast for the kids. The fan gets the fire going quick and HOT. It boils water comparably to my isopropane stove. The grill addition makes this more versatile, so I can have small steaks, sausages, and burgers with that wonderful woodsmoke flavor. Isopro can't do that. The downside to that is you have to keep adding wood because it burns off quickly, but if you're attentive you can get your meal done before everything is reduced to ash. The charger is not going to fill up your phone or let you play music, but if you have an emergency and your battery is dead, you can fire up a fire and make a call after a minute. I highly recommend this
Date published: 2017-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great camp stove This little stove is amazing! We tried it out while still at home and it burns hot and clean. The light that comes with it is nice and bright. We live at a higher elevation so it took longer to boil h2o than 3-4 min but that's no problem. We can't wait to take it camping.
Date published: 2017-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from efficient use of fuel and it charges your phone So far it works great, charges phones and lights, is compact and efficient
Date published: 2017-04-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointing I bought the grill/ stove 2 bundle a couple weeks ago. I have used it 6 times to test it out and 4 of the 6 times it has gone into overheat mode. Once this happens you lose the ability to control the fan and are told not to add any additional fuel. This mode lasts for more than 10 minutes, basically until the fire is out. I even completely emptied the burn chamber once after this happened and the mode continued for 15 minutes. I have tried packing material loosely (as the manual suggests) and tightly (to do a top down burn). The problem is it is inconsistent. Similar fuel loads yield wildly different results. I was hoping to take this stove with me on a backpacking trip my daughter and I are planning, but it is too iffy. I will try a few more times, but if it keeps up I will likey return.
Date published: 2017-06-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Babysitting It's okay. Don't expect to do anything else while using it (i.e. set up a tent), as the fire needs constant attention. Also, you need to take your pot off to feed the chamber. As you build your fuel size the gap allowed doesn't allow for side feeding. Good for car camping, but not a backpacking stove in the least
Date published: 2017-06-02
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What is the power output of this device? 1amp? 2.1amp?

Asked by: Ander
Website says 2amp.
Answered by: Ander
Date published: 2017-04-19

Is the fan in this version quieter than in the first version?

Asked by: Airiellis
The fan is not specifically designed to be more quiet, but it does have 4 speed setting compared to the 2 settings the original had, which allows you to better control the fire. On the lowest setting it may sound quieter than the older version on it's lowest setting.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-21

Does the cooking process recharge the battery somehow? Please explain if so. Thank you.

Asked by: Margo True
​The heat from the fire recharges the battery. Heat is captured through a heat probe attached to the orange power pack. The heat is converted into usable electricity via a thermoelectric generator. Additional details are available on the Biolite website.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-31

Can this sit out in the rain with fire and still work

Asked by: Trenton
​This stove can be used in damp environments and light rain, but should not be used in heavy rain.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-21

what is the cooking stand point on this particular stove, the battery charger is great in all but how well does it cook?

Asked by: Countrycricket79
I have been using the first generation BioLite Stove since they first became available, mainly for dayhikes, since it is heavier than my backpacking stove. I love it! It cooks and boils water great. Not so great for simmering or slow-cooking unless you have real dry wood and can feed it small amounts intermittently and tend it. (This thing is made to burn hot and efficient with little or no smoke from a built-in fan that keeps the air flowing. The BioLite makes cooking extra fun because it burns little pieces of wood that you can find along the trail. Besides cooking, it makes a nice mini campfire to warm up to. I used it on a snowshoeing trek a couple weeks ago and needed a little extra firestarter to keep it going because all the branches I found were encased in ice. It works good with wood stove pellets, but I forgot to bring some along. Also great for car camping and rafting. Cheers.
Answered by: HikerScott
Date published: 2017-05-31
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