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  • Air intake holes on the bottom of the stove channels air to the bottom of the fire while at the same time, channel warm air up between the walls of the stove
  • Preheated oxygen feeds back into firebox through smaller holes at the top, causing secondary combustion and allowing fire to burn more completely and with less smoke
  • Cooking ring directs heat up and toward the center of your pot for maximized efficiency; also acts as a windscreen while still allowing oxygen to fuel the flame
  • The entire cooking ring can be packed into the stove body for compact storage
  • Vent holes near the top of the burn chamber allow preheated oxygen to fuel the flame, resulting in more complete combustion and a hotter fire with less smoke
  • Nichrome wire grate allows oxygen to be fed directly to embers from below, helping to burn biofuel faster and hotter while allowing spent ash to fall out of the process
  • Ash pan catches loose ash and prevents it from clogging vital airflow; ash pan also acts as a heat shield and prevents your Bonfire from scorching the ground beneath it
  • Rising hot air and the absence of oxygen created by the combustion process pull air through the bottom vent holes
  • This air movement fuels the fire at its base and boosts preheated air through vent holes at the top of the burn chamber

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Specs

Best Use Camping
Fuel Type Wood
Fuel Wood
Average Boil Time 1 quart: 2 - 4 minutes
Dimensions 6.7 x 7 inches
Weight Unavailable
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All three solo stoves At long last REI is selling the solo stove product. I love supporting REI provided their mission is equipment for the serious outdoor adventurers and not yuppies... solo stove is a fantastic, extremely well engineered and built bio mass stove i own all three stoves and have not brought a gas stove with me on any backpacking trip since my first stove (titan). I will carry a small alchole stove that fits nicely inside any of the stoves. 2oz of alcohol will boil a full pot of water and still leave you with some flame to enjoy your morning coffee while taking the chill off on a cold wet morning. Do you need the alcohol of course not!!! Many times if i felt a few rain drops id gather a small bag of twigs and place them under my rain fly so even if its a down pour overnight i had dried fuel for the next morning. Lots of ways to light and use the stove i carry cotton balls rubbed in vasileen and a flint stricker I honestly have stopped carrying matches all together i cant think of the last time i required a match or lighter. I recommend after you get your stove go on a hike or set it up on a bench or backyard and just play with the stove. The solo lite has worked so well i have boiled water using damp sticks, and even green twigs ( id recommend not hurting healthy trees to prove that you can build a fire with green wood) the efficient design of this stove was able to boil water with green twigs.
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice size stove for warming up around I own this stove, and my scout troop one of the next smaller size for every patrol. Either size allows the scouts to have a fire without leaving a trace, even where there are no established fire pits. We use them for cooking while backpacking and for the morale boost that only a real fire provides. It burns quietly with no "stove" noise, and it will burn out relatively quickly when you stop feeding it fuel. After it stops burning, it will cool off pretty quickly. (Not as quickly as a gas stove, but still quick enough that you can cook breakfast with it, and then hike.) We carry a canister stove as a backup, but I would far rather use this stove as long as it is not pouring rain. It is as easy to start as a campfire, or easier. It works well whether burning sticks, pine cones, hardwood charcoal chunks, or small chunks of woodworking scraps. I own this stove, the Solo Stove Titan, and the Solo Stove Bonfire. Frankly, the Titan is my favorite size, because it works best for backpacking with a group of 6 to 10 people. I have carried this on a backpacking trip, but only because I couldn't find my Titan. If I only went backpacking with 1-2 people, I would probably buy the Solo Stove Lite instead. The niche that the Campfire stove fills for me is for "light" car camping. That is, I am camping within a few miles of the car so I am willing to carry the extra weight to have the bigger fire. I love having this to warm up around on a cold night.
Date published: 2017-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solo campfire stove Took it to the beach and toasted marshmallows for treats with chocolate and graham crackers. Small, hot portable and clean burning using what is around.
Date published: 2017-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Possibly the most fun stove, ever. So, mostly I use my Solo Lite, but really needed the Campfire for something really nerdy and gourmet: I took it to an outdoors pot luck and paired it with my 16' stainless steel wok and bamboo steamer baskets to cook and keep warm Bao (filled Chinese steamed buns). That was a total win.
Date published: 2017-05-06
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How much does it weight?

Asked by: TbearTech
The Campfire is 2.2 lbs
Answered by: Solo Stove
Date published: 2017-05-04
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