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SOLID FUEL/WOOD BURNING BACKPACKING STOVES
The Bushbuddy wood burning stove is a double-walled heat-shielded backpacking stove. There are several other stoves that look very similar and perform in the same way as this stove. There is even a do-it-yourself version that you can make at home. The concept is simple in that there are holes at the bottom of the cylinder to let in needed air for combustion and the heat and gasses excape out the top heating the container on top. A wind shield is needed to contain the burning action and to keep an even flow of warm air up the can. I have found that the average time to boil a liter of water is about ten minutes. The stove weighs around five ounces or 141.7 grams. With the addition of a fuel container when wood is wet you may burn an esbit tablet to heat your water.
Bushbuddy Wood Burning Stove