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Preview: Exotac fireSLEEVE

Every good outdoor and EDC kit needs certain things to make it viable, and one of those things is fire. Of the many methods to start fire, one of the most common to carry is the good old fashioned disposable lighter. These lighters are cheap and easy to find anywhere and disperse throughout your multiple... Read More »

Making of the Solo Stove Titan Grill Bowl

A few of you have asked us recently how we made the Solo Stove Titan Gill Bowl, in anticipation of making your own. Overall the process is not very difficult, but will require a few power tools. The two major components required are a large stainless steel mixing bowl, and a small grill from a... Read More »

Preview: Solo Stove Campfire

Some people get all a tizzy about the latest iFruit device coming out of Cupertino, not us. We get all hot a bothered when our favorite woodgas stove makers Solo Stove announce a new stove. The latest creation from these stove masters is the Solo Stove Campfire.The Solo Stove Campfire is a yet even bigger... Read More »

Video: Emberlit Fireant Review Part 3 Boiling Water

The Emberlit Fireant easily takes on the simpilest of camping stove tasks and boils 700ml of... Read More »

Video: Emberlit Fireant Review Part 2 Fire in a box

We continue our review of the Emberlit FireAnt as it proves to be a simple to use fire in a... Read More »

Preview: Live Fire Gear Firecord

Two things in life every Gear Whore loves, fire and paracord. When it comes to every day carry kit, we always have multiples of both on hand. Now the ingenious folks from Live Fire Gear have combined the two into one amazing product called Firecord. This Kickstarter project was successfully funded a few months ago... Read More »

Video: Emberlit Fireant Review Part 1 First Flame

We review the Emberlit Fireant titanium ultralight firebox wood stove. After assembly we grab a firestarter and some random twigs and give this stove its first... Read More »

Emberlit FireAnt wood stove

When it comes to saving weight in your pack the saying always goes, “ounces equal pounds, and pounds equal pain”. Building an ultralight kit means looking at everything you have and trying to cut it down as much as possible. One of those typically heavy pieces of kit is your stove, unless you have the... Read More »

Review: CORE Wood Gas Backpacking Stove

We are always suckers for a new stove, and we’ve been waiting for the MSP Core Woodgas Backpacking stove to come out for sometime now. At long last we’ve got a couple specimens in our hands and have had the time to put them through their paces. Spoiler alert, they did not disappoint.   For... Read More »

Video: MSP Core Stove Boil Test

We boil some water on top of the MSP Core Stove using a 700ml Titanium mug and the small pot from the Solo Stove 3 Pot... Read More »

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