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A Portable Wood-Burning Stove for the Tiny House Generation

The Frontier Plus portable wood-burning stove is currently raising funds on Kickstarter.

Courtesy of Anevay

British company Anevay’s portable wood-burning Frontier Stove was first conceived and built for humanitarian aid use in disaster zones around the world. But the stove appealed to camping enthusiasts, and the company began retailing the compact, durable, lightweight stove suitable for heating and cooking.

The original photo as used for humanitarian aid in Haiti.

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Now Anevay is raising funds on Kickstarter to build what it calls a “next-generation portable woodburning stove” that can be used outdoors or—thanks to a long flue that vents flames outside and can be installed through the roof, a side wall, or a tent vent—in tents, sheds, tipis, yurts, and tiny houses.

Piecing together the flue to channel potentially harmful smoke from heating and cooking.

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For use in tents, the company sells a kit for creating a flue vent.  

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Adding kindle to the stove.

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Campfire cooking made easy.

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At slightly more than 37 pounds, the cute, three-legged Frontier Plus is fabricated from mild steel. The stove’s legs and other elements can be disassembled and stored in its belly for easy transportation.

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The stove’s components can be stored in its belly for transport.

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Check out the promotional video below to see the stove at work, or visit Kickstarter for more information.

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