Portable woodstove folds down, heats up tents, yurts & tiny homes


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Categories: Camping

Camping often means getting comfortable with bugs, sleeping bags, temperamental weather and other joys of the outdoors. But besides building a nice fire to keep warm, or using a DIY rocket stove, sometimes it's nice to bring some heat into a chilly tent. This portable wood stove design -- which can conveniently fold down to a compact, easy-to-carry package -- might just do the trick to heat up the interior of a tent, tiny house, yurt or van.

© Anevay

© Anevay

Link to video of it in action

© Anevay

© Anevay

Dubbed the Frontier Plus and made by Cornwall, UK based company Anevay, this lightweight stove features a larger flue than other portable wood stoves, as well as a glass window on its front door.

© Anevay

According to the Frontier Plus' Kickstarter page, the flue is (a relatively large) 4 inches in diameter, which gives it a stronger updraft to vent out fumes. For better tweaking of your fire, there's a secondary air control on the door to adjust how much heat is generated, so even small spaces won't be overheated. There are adjustable legs and a removable top plate that allows you to cook multiple things.

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