3RG Titanium Wood Stove
- 4# 9oz
- Adjustable legs
- Carry bag included
Premium titanium wood stove with adjustable legs and a reinforced top plate. Includes a 8' 2.5" roll up titanium stove pipe with spark arrestor and tie outs to keep the stove pipe stable in windy conditions. Includes carry bag.
The stove body is 13.5" long x 7-5/8" wide by 6-5/8" tall
Always provide adequate ventilation when using this stove. It is not intended for use in an airtight building or house.
To roll the stove pipe for the first time - wear gloves (this stuff is sharp), use two people and a length of 1-1/4" diameter PVC pipe. Carefully roll the stove pipe around the pipe, and use the included rings to hold the pipe in shape. Remove the PVC pipe, add the spark arrestor, attach to the stove and you're ready to burn.
The stove must be burned in before use to remove any residue or oil from the manufacturing process. We suggest two initial burns. Light the stove, stoke the fire box and let it burn with the dampers wide open. After the stove cools, remove the stove pipe and swap ends so the damper end is now the top end (with spark arrester) and the top (which had the spark arrestor) is now the damper end. Now do a second burn. This will allow the stove pipe to burn in from top to bottom which makes it significantly easier to roll.
The stove will get red hot - keep all flammable material away from the sides and stove pipe. Remove all flammable liquids (camp stove fuel, etc) from the tent.
Always use a stove jack - do not pass the stove pipe directly through the tent material.
Always provide a source of fresh air. This could be as simple as making sure the door of the tent is slightly open. On models with a snow skirt, make sure snow is not completely sealing off the perimeter of the tent.
Do not use charcoal! Charcoal will generate huge amounts of carbon monoxide.
Do not leave the stove unattended.
Do not allow youth to operate the stove or play near the stove.
Do not operate without the spark arrestor. Always follow any local burn restrictions.
Use a carbon monoxide detector mounted at or above head height.
Be aware of food odors in your tent if you use the stove to cook in your tent. Here in Central Virginia, black bears hibernate intermittently and are active year round. We would not cook in a tent because of the potential for attracting an animal. In other parts of the country and during certain times of the year, this may not be a problem.
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This stove is great! Light weight. Simple to set up. Customer support is top notch!
So far so good. Set this stove up in my front yard with ease and burned wood for several hours for break in. I'm taking it to the mountains in a few days on an elk hunt and plan to test it out further. The only issue I had was rolling out the stove pipe. I recommend asking a friend to help and not try to roll it out the first time by yourself.
Lightweight, very well built, quick assembly. Will be taking it on 3 backcountry hunts this year so time will tell the full durability of the stove. All in all very impressed so far!