Bushbox Outdoor Pocket Stove

March 2, 2018 - Comment

The famous multi-fuel pocket stove, designed and manufactured in Germany. Environmentally friendly, simple configuration allows the Bushbox to be used with wood, other organic material, a standard Trangia burner, Esbit or other fuel tablets. Comes with two trivets for any pot size. Can also be used as a windshield/pot support for other burners. Very small

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(as of 19 April 2020 04:45 EDT - Details)

The famous multi-fuel pocket stove, designed and manufactured in Germany. Environmentally friendly, simple configuration allows the Bushbox to be used with wood, other organic material, a standard Trangia burner, Esbit or other fuel tablets. Comes with two trivets for any pot size. Can also be used as a windshield/pot support for other burners. Very small and lightweight, fits into any pocket. Comes with an ash pan for soil protection.

11,5 x 9 x 0,5 cm ; lightweight: 270g, flat pack.

For videos enter “bushbox” on YouTube.

Super easy to put together and use as the “Build it from the Back” design lets one put it together in seconds. This stove is heirloom quality and built to last, made from 100% stainless steel. Designed and manufactured in Germany. A solid piece of equipment designed to last a lifetime.

Please note that Bushcraft Essentials does not polish their products as to avoid water pollution and health risks. As a result, your new camp stove may show faint scratches. This is normal and does not affect the operation or durability of the stove. Bushcraft Essentials stoves are designed and manufactured in Munich, Germany, to the highest manufacturing specifications possible, and contain no plastics in the products or in the packaging – opting instead for cotton bags and cardboard.

Important: Follow the disassembly instructions in the manual!

Product Features

  • LIGHTWEIGHT and PACKABLE: Folds up compact and packs flat enough to fit into a pocket. Save space in your backpack and eliminate the need to carry heavy, canister fuels. GREAT SIZE and PERFECT WEIGHT: SIZE: 11.5 x 9 x 0.5 cm, 270 grams OR 4.5″ x 3.5″ x 0.2″, 9.5 ounces. Cotton storage bag included for easy packing and storage.
  • ECO-FRIENDLY: Reduce carbon footprint and fuel costs by using renewable resources like twigs, leaves, pinecones, wood shavings, feathers, cotton pads, and other organic matter. Wood pellets, charcoal, dried animal dung are also great, fast burning options.
  • MULTIFUEL CAPABILITY: The Bushbox easily supports an alcohol burner, gel cans, standard Trangia burners and Esbit and hexamine tablets (use the special base plate position or turn the Bushbox upside down)
  • VERSATILE, EASILY PORTABLE, SIMPLE TO USE: Use as a windshield or pot support for other burners. The compact bushbox design is an easy item to add to a backpacker’s cache or survivalist’s bug out bag. Comes with 2 trivets that fit any pot design.
  • BUILT TO LAST, BEST SELLING ORIGINAL DESIGN: 100% Stainless Steel; designed and manufactured in Germany; MAINTENANCE: The Bushcraft Essentials stoves require almost no care and maintenance but be sure to keep the stove free from dirt and wipe it down from time to time. Keep the holes in the base plate clear and un -clogged as to get the most optimal and efficient fire. For videos enter “bushbox” on YouTube. For a larger version have a look at the Bushbox XL

Comments

GB says:

German Made High Quality, With an Emberlit Comparison Made in Germany. This is the Stainless Steel version, for another $20 they offer the same exact stove in Titanium. I have both. The only difference is weight. Right out of the box, it’s clear why it has a very good reputation in Europe. The price is a bargain.This is a well designed, well built entry in the ultralight folding-woodburning-stove market. I like it and admire the design features. Build quality, fit and finish are all excellent.It sets up and breaks down…

Steve L. says:

I Want to Love it I really hate to give such a low rating because I love the concept. I purchased a bushbox two years ago and have taken it on numerous trips. I was new to biofuel stoves and thought it was normal to spend 15 mins waiting for a half liter of water to boil. On the suggestion of a friend I built a hobo stove out of a 29 oz tin can and tested it against my bushbox. I’m sorry to say that I saw between 30% and 50% greater effeciency out of my tin can hobo stove with both my trangia and biofuel through…

Kindle Customer says:

Best stove of its type available I did research on this type of stove for months before purchasing. The things that make this stove stand out from the others are:1. Price – lower price than any other stove of its type and size. Shipping from Amazon store was very reasonable, too.2. The multi position ash pan is designed to enable use of Solid fuel tabs or alcohol stoves. This feature works very well and is lacking in any other stove of its type.3. The fuel port is above the fire grate instead of at the same…

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