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  • CampStove II 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 you 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
  • Use the portable grill to turn your CampStove into a wood-burning grill that you can cook your favorite foods on
  • Steel grill surface fits up to 4 hamburger patties or 6 hotdogs; high, medium and low temperature zones help you grill your foods to perfection
  • Stoke the fire in the CampStove 2 by simply flipping open the fuel intake lid on the grill and adding more wood; fueling the fire won't interrupt your grilling
  • Compact, portable grill design features folding legs and a durable plastic travel cover so you can take the it anywhere
  • Stainless-steel KettlePot lets you make all your camp meals with a single piece of cookware, and it doubles as a carrying case to protect your CampStove 2
  • Thin, durable stainless-steel pot is lightweight and it won't scratch when you're using metal utensils
  • Heat shield on the bottom protects the stove's flames from wind and concentrates them for fast cooking times
  • BPA-free kettle lid can be used as a cover when you're cooking or you can snap it on tight to pour liquids safely and easily
  • Included serving bowl nests neatly in the bottom of the KettlePot when not in use; silicone-coated foldout handles stay cool for easy handling
  • CoffeePress nests inside the KettlePot for transport and still allows CampStove II to nest as well
  • Included portable and pliable USB FlexLight is a fast and easy way to provide 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 (per burner) 10,000 british thermal units
Average Boil Time 5 minutes
Dimensions 8.75 x 5 x 5 inches
Weight 7 lbs. 3 oz.
Integrated Pot Yes
Liquid Capacity (L) 1.5 liters
Liquid Capacity (fl. oz.) 51 fluid ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value and Fun The stove is amazing and goes blazing hot with the highest fan speed. If you buy this bundle, it's like getting the Kettle Pot and the Coffee Press for free. It's so easy to use that my 9 and 11 year old were able to do it themselves without every having started a fire, plus they had a blast playing with the thing. You can also use it to charge other devices even when it's not burning, something that kept me away from the original Campstove. I also have the Basecamp, which is a much larger grill. Love the Basecamp too but it is a chore to bring it out, set it up, and get it going. This Campstove is more fun than the Basecamp. Plus, it's more portable, you have fan control with the Campstove, and it's easier to clean. This second edition Campstove is a hit.
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everything is awesome about Biolite2 Just bought this on a recommendation by an employee Named Matt Haney Keizer Station store. Smart and knowlegable guy. This stovebis incredible and worth the weight. Complete set up gets water boiling, cooks on a grill, charges your gear batteries and has a light for cooking at night. Got super hot fast and used a small amount of twigs and wood chunks to boil water, grill hot dogs, charge my phone and my 8 year daughter roasted a marshmallow for her smore on one of the side vents where smokeless flame shoots out several inches when using the water pot. This set is very cool and I recommend this for anyone who camps near woods. Use this instead of gas. A little heavy and bulky but a fun and neat stove. Grill is designed well and gets nice and hot, being able to feed it while cooking is a plus. Get this set and you wont regret it.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes a windy day a cinch I am not normally a techie person but this stove seemed perfect because it's compact and efficient. It sure was! I boiled water for tea in just a few minutes in a place too windy for an open flame. Very impressed! Can't wait to use it again.
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Campstove 2 love it. it's awesome. I grilled and made French press coffee. and it was amazing. Can't get enough of it. Was able to feel 6 people and made coffee for out nite time bigfoot expedition.
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from one nighter test Bought a few new backpacking items so we took a one nighter to test our new purchases and this stove was one of them. It did pretty well, needs a few improvements. First the lid needs to be clear to see inside without taking the lid off to see if the waters boiling. And more on the lid: It's not easy to take off when the pot is hot. It presses down on the pot and seals around it; which is good for pouring but not good during cooking. I found out you need a huge pile of twigs when boiling water. They burn through quick. Once I figured out how much twigs you need and had them already snapped into 1/2 dia. X 2" ready to feed the stove I liked the stove a lot better. If the fire goes out it's a miracle to get it lite again; keep dropping in twigs through the holes at the bottom on the pot steadily and it works great. I like that I didn't have to carry in fuel, which was the reason I wanted to try it. I gave it one star less of 5 for the lid issue.
Date published: 2017-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Game changer Usually I don't write reviews on products even when I really like them, but this thing is INSANE. Aside from the awesome TEG technology that allows you to create electricity, this thing is crazy efficient. I've been using it almost daily for acouple months now and it amazes me every time. I recently decided to push its limits to see how hot it can get (after it melted one of my pans) and oh man does it get cookin. I loaded it up with biomass and used the grill attachment so I could fit even more in the chamber. OH MAN. Once the grilles turned cherry read I stopped feeding it but my heat gun picked up 1200 degrees at the center wall of the chamber( for reference, a standard household oven only gets around 500). Obviously, that temperature is absurd and would never be needed, but the fact that it can do it no problem intrigues me. Moving past the heat range on this bad boy. I charged this thing once initially when I got it and it has yet to dip below full battery since. Not only does it keep itself fully charged, but I almost always charge a device while cooking as well and it does the job. This kit specifically is the best. I would've settled for just the cookstove, but the rest is just amazing. Love the grill, if you're not careful it can burn/cook unevenly but that's rare. The real hero of this kit is the kettle pot/French press. I used it every morning to make coffee or tea. I actually walk past my kitchen to use this because I prefer it. The fact that it also doubles as storage for the whole unit is amazing. PLEASE buy this. Forget about how amazing the actual product is and look into the company itself. They're doing great things and deserve everybody's business. Thanks BioLite!!!
Date published: 2017-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from for a true off the grid experience Recently I bought the Biolite Campstove 2 bundle- while at the REI Garage Sale- as I was in the market for a camping stove for my adult life. Previously I had either gone camping with or used my dad's traditional butane cookstove. While shopping I was eyeing the Biolite system, with plenty of skepticism from my dad- a traditional, function over fashion, no extra weight, minimalist- and having carried the bundled box in my hands for nearly an hour I had doubts. After days of research, the sale drawing to a close, and despite my dad's skepticism I made the purchase. Upon unboxing, I was nothing but smiles, the weight wasn't bad for the stove and the Kettle and I was now beginning to understand my dad's skepticism of the grill and its size shape and weight. However as I was 'test' packing the grill I found that it fit perfect in the top lid of my Osprey, there isn't room for much else but I pack soft stuff and misc items so no big deal. Again my dad laughing the whole time at the idea of the grill, while admitting that he was impressed with the weight of the stove and kettle nested together- as it was not much heavier than his set up. Bag all packed, grill and all, the only thing left to do was field test. I packed the whole unit in (with all my other gear of course packed weighed 50 lbs) about 5-6 miles, and was not too weighed down by the new additions. Setting up camp was a breeze and the time came to unveil the stove, set up was straight forward and I gathered small branches and twigs which took about ten minutes. Inserted a few twigs and some dried moss to start a quick flame, I did use one of the little fire starter squares just to make sure the twigs would catch. A few clicks of the fan later and now even dad is quiet and watching with intent as the little stove roared to life. With the fire blazing and water in the pot it was time for the 'water boil' test! I thought that my dad would be quick to call out the boil time and laugh at anything under 5 minutes. Full with 1.5 litters- the max suggested fill amount- water was boiling in 6 minutes. Despite his lack of comment from dad- assuming it had something to do with the fact I had sent him to fill the kettle so he could grasp the actual volume- and at 6 minutes to boil he was as impressed with the set up as I was. Having had tea and decided to spend the remainder of the afternoon catching fish for dinner we let the flames go out and went our separate ways in search of fish. I myself had been very impressed with how well the system boiled water and efficiently it burned wood, at the time however I had reserved any boasting, as it still had some game left to play at dinner should we need to 'cook' anything. Night quickly approaching, I managed one 8 inch rainbow trout- not a bad size coming out of the Pacos National Forest in New Mexico, but not a monster by any means- and I pull the grill from my bag. Dad had some difficulty lighting the Campstove, as he over filled it and didn't allow for enough air flow, but I quickly helped him adjust his thinking to a more rudimentary 'campfire cooking' approach with great success. With everyone in high spirits and anxious to see how the grill would hold up to practical cooking use, I put some green bell peppers- quartered- straight on the grill. 3-4 minutes per side and presto grilled peppers, this was a boost to my confidence and I now had total confidence and made a joke mirroring my dads comments in the store, you have to understand I am a pretty superb cook, especially on the gril. Him in store: 'it will only take one time of having to carry that grill in an out of the woods before you find out how novel and impractical it is for serious backpacking' Me at camp: 'it only took one time carring this thing in and cooking one dank dinner, its coming with me every time.' The fish in foil, I put it on along with a few more peppers. My hand anxiously waving over the foil every few minutes to make sure it is getting even heat, and after 5-6 minutes a side im confident the fish is cooked as my peppers are on the 'done' side. I peal back the foil to find an immaculately cooked rainbow trout. My dad's smile and nod as the steam rose from the foil were confirmation he was now a believer/supporter of the new Biolite Campstove 2. We ate our fish and continued feeding the flames in leu of a campfire, we continued to critic the impressive new gear. If you are a true two day backpacker like my dad, weight is key and fuel is weight. In this we realized that the Campstove 2 is perfect for a true off the grid experience, you can cook as long as you need and you will never need to worry about fuel. As much as we used it in the two days we were out it was obvious to both of us this is a huge benefit. If you have any skepticism about gathering fuel: if you are a true backpacker who is out to enjoy life and slow down- gathering wood is a wildly soothing and gives a great opportunity for afternoon or dusk adventures- if you are more of the sportsman and prefer your propane tank or want to avoid smelling like a campfire while your camping*. As I mentioned before this cooking system is ideal for group camping and really lets everyone get involved and participate with the cooking process, and if your really adverse to gathering your own fuel make your friends go with you and tell them they cant eat unless they do, haha or im sure your kids would be happy to help. *I know it sounds crazy but im sure there is at least one person out there who could find fault with smelling like a fire in the woods, no worries I thought of you too.
Date published: 2017-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BioLite Stove 2nd summer using my BioLite, my husband liked it so we ordered the newest version. Hope to use the new one soon. Now we both have one for Backpacking and car camping. Used original this winter at minus 1.
Date published: 2017-05-31
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Can you use non-Biolite wood pellets? In other words, wood pellets from another manufacturer?

Asked by: newbie
Yes, non-BioLite wood pellets can be used as fuel for this stove.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-25

The top lip of the stove where you would place the pot looks curved. if I were to purchase a non-biolite cook set l, would it be compatible, or would it just fall off when I tried to use it?

Asked by: JackBarr
​This stove is compatible with other brand pots and pans.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-23

can you use any camping pot to cook over this stove, like an MSR pot? I'd love to be able to make pasta on this thing!!

Asked by: mama mix
This stove system will accommodate other cookware such as MSR pots and pans.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-11

1) How come this cannot be shipped to Australia? 2) Is the 'integrated battery' replaceable and if so how easy/difficult is it to replace?

Asked by: Jerry
Since this item contains hazardous or flammable materials, it cannot be shipped internationally. The battery in this stove is not replaceable.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-23

Heard the probe distorts + melts slightly with high heat and will not allow disassembly. Have checked it? Also what is stopping you from making a light non-stick frypan shaped like a kidney to be used ontop of the grill? With left and right handle

Asked by: Suzannevrc
As of June 2017, we have not heard any feedback that the probe melts and does not allow for disassembly. Additionally, we do not currently have any information as to if there will be a frying pan added to this bundle in the future. However, many different styles of camp fry pans do work on this stove.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-12

Can you cook with a skillet? Like eggs and pancakes on it?

Asked by: Havahbb
​You can use this stove to cook with a skillet.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-22

Will it charge my iPad mini?

Asked by: Ccsoleil
The CampStove 2 will not fully charge an iPad Mini. You will only get about a 25% power boost.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-29

Will this type unit still charge a cell phone.

Asked by: tom lavelle
​Yes, you can charge a cell phone via the stove.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-20
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value and Fun The stove is amazing and goes blazing hot with the highest fan speed. If you buy this bundle, it's like getting the Kettle Pot and the Coffee Press for free. It's so easy to use that my 9 and 11 year old were able to do it themselves without every having started a fire, plus they had a blast playing with the thing. You can also use it to charge other devices even when it's not burning, something that kept me away from the original Campstove. I also have the Basecamp, which is a much larger grill. Love the Basecamp too but it is a chore to bring it out, set it up, and get it going. This Campstove is more fun than the Basecamp. Plus, it's more portable, you have fan control with the Campstove, and it's easier to clean. This second edition Campstove is a hit.
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everything is awesome about Biolite2 Just bought this on a recommendation by an employee Named Matt Haney Keizer Station store. Smart and knowlegable guy. This stovebis incredible and worth the weight. Complete set up gets water boiling, cooks on a grill, charges your gear batteries and has a light for cooking at night. Got super hot fast and used a small amount of twigs and wood chunks to boil water, grill hot dogs, charge my phone and my 8 year daughter roasted a marshmallow for her smore on one of the side vents where smokeless flame shoots out several inches when using the water pot. This set is very cool and I recommend this for anyone who camps near woods. Use this instead of gas. A little heavy and bulky but a fun and neat stove. Grill is designed well and gets nice and hot, being able to feed it while cooking is a plus. Get this set and you wont regret it.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes a windy day a cinch I am not normally a techie person but this stove seemed perfect because it's compact and efficient. It sure was! I boiled water for tea in just a few minutes in a place too windy for an open flame. Very impressed! Can't wait to use it again.
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Campstove 2 love it. it's awesome. I grilled and made French press coffee. and it was amazing. Can't get enough of it. Was able to feel 6 people and made coffee for out nite time bigfoot expedition.
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from one nighter test Bought a few new backpacking items so we took a one nighter to test our new purchases and this stove was one of them. It did pretty well, needs a few improvements. First the lid needs to be clear to see inside without taking the lid off to see if the waters boiling. And more on the lid: It's not easy to take off when the pot is hot. It presses down on the pot and seals around it; which is good for pouring but not good during cooking. I found out you need a huge pile of twigs when boiling water. They burn through quick. Once I figured out how much twigs you need and had them already snapped into 1/2 dia. X 2" ready to feed the stove I liked the stove a lot better. If the fire goes out it's a miracle to get it lite again; keep dropping in twigs through the holes at the bottom on the pot steadily and it works great. I like that I didn't have to carry in fuel, which was the reason I wanted to try it. I gave it one star less of 5 for the lid issue.
Date published: 2017-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Game changer Usually I don't write reviews on products even when I really like them, but this thing is INSANE. Aside from the awesome TEG technology that allows you to create electricity, this thing is crazy efficient. I've been using it almost daily for acouple months now and it amazes me every time. I recently decided to push its limits to see how hot it can get (after it melted one of my pans) and oh man does it get cookin. I loaded it up with biomass and used the grill attachment so I could fit even more in the chamber. OH MAN. Once the grilles turned cherry read I stopped feeding it but my heat gun picked up 1200 degrees at the center wall of the chamber( for reference, a standard household oven only gets around 500). Obviously, that temperature is absurd and would never be needed, but the fact that it can do it no problem intrigues me. Moving past the heat range on this bad boy. I charged this thing once initially when I got it and it has yet to dip below full battery since. Not only does it keep itself fully charged, but I almost always charge a device while cooking as well and it does the job. This kit specifically is the best. I would've settled for just the cookstove, but the rest is just amazing. Love the grill, if you're not careful it can burn/cook unevenly but that's rare. The real hero of this kit is the kettle pot/French press. I used it every morning to make coffee or tea. I actually walk past my kitchen to use this because I prefer it. The fact that it also doubles as storage for the whole unit is amazing. PLEASE buy this. Forget about how amazing the actual product is and look into the company itself. They're doing great things and deserve everybody's business. Thanks BioLite!!!
Date published: 2017-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from for a true off the grid experience Recently I bought the Biolite Campstove 2 bundle- while at the REI Garage Sale- as I was in the market for a camping stove for my adult life. Previously I had either gone camping with or used my dad's traditional butane cookstove. While shopping I was eyeing the Biolite system, with plenty of skepticism from my dad- a traditional, function over fashion, no extra weight, minimalist- and having carried the bundled box in my hands for nearly an hour I had doubts. After days of research, the sale drawing to a close, and despite my dad's skepticism I made the purchase. Upon unboxing, I was nothing but smiles, the weight wasn't bad for the stove and the Kettle and I was now beginning to understand my dad's skepticism of the grill and its size shape and weight. However as I was 'test' packing the grill I found that it fit perfect in the top lid of my Osprey, there isn't room for much else but I pack soft stuff and misc items so no big deal. Again my dad laughing the whole time at the idea of the grill, while admitting that he was impressed with the weight of the stove and kettle nested together- as it was not much heavier than his set up. Bag all packed, grill and all, the only thing left to do was field test. I packed the whole unit in (with all my other gear of course packed weighed 50 lbs) about 5-6 miles, and was not too weighed down by the new additions. Setting up camp was a breeze and the time came to unveil the stove, set up was straight forward and I gathered small branches and twigs which took about ten minutes. Inserted a few twigs and some dried moss to start a quick flame, I did use one of the little fire starter squares just to make sure the twigs would catch. A few clicks of the fan later and now even dad is quiet and watching with intent as the little stove roared to life. With the fire blazing and water in the pot it was time for the 'water boil' test! I thought that my dad would be quick to call out the boil time and laugh at anything under 5 minutes. Full with 1.5 litters- the max suggested fill amount- water was boiling in 6 minutes. Despite his lack of comment from dad- assuming it had something to do with the fact I had sent him to fill the kettle so he could grasp the actual volume- and at 6 minutes to boil he was as impressed with the set up as I was. Having had tea and decided to spend the remainder of the afternoon catching fish for dinner we let the flames go out and went our separate ways in search of fish. I myself had been very impressed with how well the system boiled water and efficiently it burned wood, at the time however I had reserved any boasting, as it still had some game left to play at dinner should we need to 'cook' anything. Night quickly approaching, I managed one 8 inch rainbow trout- not a bad size coming out of the Pacos National Forest in New Mexico, but not a monster by any means- and I pull the grill from my bag. Dad had some difficulty lighting the Campstove, as he over filled it and didn't allow for enough air flow, but I quickly helped him adjust his thinking to a more rudimentary 'campfire cooking' approach with great success. With everyone in high spirits and anxious to see how the grill would hold up to practical cooking use, I put some green bell peppers- quartered- straight on the grill. 3-4 minutes per side and presto grilled peppers, this was a boost to my confidence and I now had total confidence and made a joke mirroring my dads comments in the store, you have to understand I am a pretty superb cook, especially on the gril. Him in store: 'it will only take one time of having to carry that grill in an out of the woods before you find out how novel and impractical it is for serious backpacking' Me at camp: 'it only took one time carring this thing in and cooking one dank dinner, its coming with me every time.' The fish in foil, I put it on along with a few more peppers. My hand anxiously waving over the foil every few minutes to make sure it is getting even heat, and after 5-6 minutes a side im confident the fish is cooked as my peppers are on the 'done' side. I peal back the foil to find an immaculately cooked rainbow trout. My dad's smile and nod as the steam rose from the foil were confirmation he was now a believer/supporter of the new Biolite Campstove 2. We ate our fish and continued feeding the flames in leu of a campfire, we continued to critic the impressive new gear. If you are a true two day backpacker like my dad, weight is key and fuel is weight. In this we realized that the Campstove 2 is perfect for a true off the grid experience, you can cook as long as you need and you will never need to worry about fuel. As much as we used it in the two days we were out it was obvious to both of us this is a huge benefit. If you have any skepticism about gathering fuel: if you are a true backpacker who is out to enjoy life and slow down- gathering wood is a wildly soothing and gives a great opportunity for afternoon or dusk adventures- if you are more of the sportsman and prefer your propane tank or want to avoid smelling like a campfire while your camping*. As I mentioned before this cooking system is ideal for group camping and really lets everyone get involved and participate with the cooking process, and if your really adverse to gathering your own fuel make your friends go with you and tell them they cant eat unless they do, haha or im sure your kids would be happy to help. *I know it sounds crazy but im sure there is at least one person out there who could find fault with smelling like a fire in the woods, no worries I thought of you too.
Date published: 2017-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BioLite Stove 2nd summer using my BioLite, my husband liked it so we ordered the newest version. Hope to use the new one soon. Now we both have one for Backpacking and car camping. Used original this winter at minus 1.
Date published: 2017-05-31
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Questions & Answers

Can you use non-Biolite wood pellets? In other words, wood pellets from another manufacturer?

Asked by: newbie
Yes, non-BioLite wood pellets can be used as fuel for this stove.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-25

The top lip of the stove where you would place the pot looks curved. if I were to purchase a non-biolite cook set l, would it be compatible, or would it just fall off when I tried to use it?

Asked by: JackBarr
​This stove is compatible with other brand pots and pans.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-23

can you use any camping pot to cook over this stove, like an MSR pot? I'd love to be able to make pasta on this thing!!

Asked by: mama mix
This stove system will accommodate other cookware such as MSR pots and pans.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-11

1) How come this cannot be shipped to Australia? 2) Is the 'integrated battery' replaceable and if so how easy/difficult is it to replace?

Asked by: Jerry
Since this item contains hazardous or flammable materials, it cannot be shipped internationally. The battery in this stove is not replaceable.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-23

Heard the probe distorts + melts slightly with high heat and will not allow disassembly. Have checked it? Also what is stopping you from making a light non-stick frypan shaped like a kidney to be used ontop of the grill? With left and right handle

Asked by: Suzannevrc
As of June 2017, we have not heard any feedback that the probe melts and does not allow for disassembly. Additionally, we do not currently have any information as to if there will be a frying pan added to this bundle in the future. However, many different styles of camp fry pans do work on this stove.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-12

Can you cook with a skillet? Like eggs and pancakes on it?

Asked by: Havahbb
​You can use this stove to cook with a skillet.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-22

Will it charge my iPad mini?

Asked by: Ccsoleil
The CampStove 2 will not fully charge an iPad Mini. You will only get about a 25% power boost.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-29

Will this type unit still charge a cell phone.

Asked by: tom lavelle
​Yes, you can charge a cell phone via the stove.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-20
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