How An Open Fire Stove Works
Cooking over an open fire feels special and primitive - there’s nothing more natural than the warmth, smell and crackle of an open fire. Our Kamoto Open Fire Stoves allow you to enjoy your backcountry cooking experience with ease and efficiency. These stoves are portable when you’re on the move and have a unique design to have minimal impact on the earth. They are also versatile and can be used with wood or charcoal.
How Openfire Pits and Stoves Work
Open Fire Stoves are unique because they provide the experience of a traditional campfire, without damage to the ground. These stoves have an ashtray attached at the bottom of the stove to collect any remnants from cooking. This is important because regular fires rings can damage the earth, especially if campers build multiple fire rings to the same campsite. Burned charcoal can also take thousands of years to decompose, so an open fire stove is environmentally friendly and has minimal impact.
These stoves are made with durable materials and expert design for efficient cooking. Open fire stoves are made of stainless and powder-coated steel, so they are long-lasting, but can easily be folded and stored after use. These stoves have wind protected sides and an inlet underneath which provides effective combustion while cooking.
The Kamoto Openfire Stove is available in two sizes and includes a grill grate. It weighs 13.4 lbs, and recommended for a float trip or car camping, but may be too heavy for backpacking or a kayaking trip. We also warn that an open fire stove contains brass that can expose users to lead.
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