VitalGrill Survival Stove

May 25, 2016 - Comment

Designed to deliver life-saving heat in extreme situations, the VitalGrill Survival Stove doesn’t rely on fossil fuels (Propane free!) for heat, so you can use it literally anywhere that you can find dry, combustible material, including pieces of wood, ecologic log, paper, cardboard, twigs, straw, natural fibers, animal dung, charcoal, and/or combustible waste. Extremely light

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Designed to deliver life-saving heat in extreme situations, the VitalGrill Survival Stove doesn’t rely on fossil fuels (Propane free!) for heat, so you can use it literally anywhere that you can find dry, combustible material, including pieces of wood, ecologic log, paper, cardboard, twigs, straw, natural fibers, animal dung, charcoal, and/or combustible waste. Extremely light (1.5-pound) and compact (8 x 4.9 x 1.8 inches folded), the VitalGrill Survival Stove is easy to carry anywhere you go. With a flame that produces up to 20,000 BTU of heat, the Stove will never let you down. In addition, the VitalGrill Survival Stove boasts quick and easy set up, great stability, and exceptional efficiency making it a great choice for any excursion that requires cooking. Vitalgrill.comDesigned to deliver life-saving heat in extreme situations, the Vital Survival Stove from Solhuma offers liquid/gas-fuel independent operation any where you need it. With an extremely light (1.5-pound) and compact (8 x 4.9 x 1.8 inches folded) shape, the Vital Stove is easy to carry anywhere you go. The stove doesn’t rely on liquid/gas fuel for heat, so you can use it literally anywhere that you can find dry, combustible material, including pieces of wood, ecologic log, paper, cardboard, twigs, straw, natural fibers, animal dung, charcoal, and/or combustible waste. With a flame that produces up to 20,000 BTU of heat, the Vital Stove will never let you down. In addition, the Vital stove boasts quick and easy set up, great stability, and exceptional efficiency making it a great choice for any excursion that requires cooking.

Features and Benefits: Removable stainless steel diffuser plate makes cleanup fast and simple. Support rods pivot to accommodate pot sizes, and can support up to 50 pounds. Fold-down stainless steel thermal shield is easily transported. Cover plate protects the ventilation system. Aluminum base is both lightweight and strong. Hooks hold the folded thermal shield firmly in place for transport. The air intake is split to prevent particles or smoke from going into the fan. The quiet and reliable high-performance fan uses very little energy. Six feet provide great stability. The feet are chilled to prevent too much heat transfer to the ground. Mechanical airflow shutter.

Specifications: Weight:700 grams / 1.5 pounds Depth: 20.4 centimeters / 8 inches Width: 12.5 centimeters / 4.9 inches Height when folded: 4.6 centimeters / 1.8 inches Height in use: 12.5 centimeters / 4.9 inches Capacity: 20000 Btu/h Heat: 760 degrees Celsius / 1200 degrees Fahrenheit Minimum Cooking Surface: 6.5 centimeters / 2.5 inches Maximum Load: 25 kilograms / 50 pounds Power Supply: Two “AA” batteries Battery Autonomy: 35 to 40 hours

Manufacturer Warranty
One-year limited
Warranty Specifications: The Solhuma Company, Inc. warrants that for a period of one year from the date of original retail purchase, this product will be free from defects in material and workmanship. Solhuma, at its option, will repair or replace this product or any component of the product found to be defective during the warranty period. Replacement may be made with a similar product of equal or greater value. This is your exclusive warranty.

Comments

cherokeXena says:

cooking at its easest on the trail Sure, carrying cans of fuel might be faster but carrying this stove is better due to being able to use anything that burns for fuel. I have tried everything from dried cow manure to leaves,dried grass and wood. The best is thumb sized pieces of wood. I fixed a meal of dehydrated stew (homemade)on the stove Solhuma Vital Survival Stove. It took about 20 minutes from collecting the small pile of thumb sized sticks(about 20 of them) to eating the meal. Cans of fuel might be faster but this stove is less to carry and fuel is everywhere. It also leaves a very little footprint since the little fan that runs about 20 hours on 2 AA batteries causes the fire to burn hotter and burns any remaining fuel up to fine ash. (Rechargable batteries and a small solar charger fixes the complaint about still using non reusable resorces.)

Lizabeth says:

Great stove, eats batteries I received this stove as a gift in December. I like it a lot, but I don’t love it. I think there are some changes that the company could make that would make it a truly outstanding stove. I really enjoy using it for cooking. Gathering enough fuel to cook eggs and heat up beans and soups is quick and fun. The fan really does get a fire going quickly, and it’s even pretty easy to control the heat of the flame by adjusting the damper. It’s better than a Jetboil for frying eggs or making pancakes, because you can get a more even, gentle heat. 

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