Solostove

Solo Stove (Unboxing & Review)

I just received a new piece of kit on Friday via Amazon called the Solo Stove!

I have been wanting to purchase this item for a long while, but I have waited due to the price tag. My father-in-law sent me a little money for my birthday coming up; so I decided that since the weather has been getting cooler here in Florida, now would be a fantastic time to purchase a wood burning stove! I’ll soon be hiking & camping and simply enjoying the wonderful outdoors here in Central Florida… and for that, I’m VERY excited!!!

This is the Unboxing video that I made showing the product right out of the box and a basic overview showing the elements of this stove and some of my thoughts.

 

 

Finally, this is my Cooking & Review video.

Here is my Amazon Associates link where you can find more product details on the Solo Stove, fantastic reviews, and purchasing information. I will soon be adding my own review to Amazon as well.

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  1. Chad Konieczny
    Chad Konieczny02-20-2014

    I came across your site… I really like it . When I saw this stove video, I couldn’t help but think, “He should try a biolite…” The biolite campstove, although more expensive, is really amazing. You should check it out… http://www.biolitestove.com/

    Keep it up!

    Chad

    • Bran <><
      Bran <><02-20-2014

      Hi Chad!

      I’m glad you’ve found my website… thanks for taking the time to check out my review!

      When I first received my Solo Stove, I don’t believe the BioLite had come out yet. I did read about it in one of my Popular Science magazines, but I believe that was back before it was officially being produced & sold. With that being said, I received a Goal Zero Nomad 7 (portable solar panel kit) from my Father-in-law a few years ago for Christmas… and then realized that my solar panel proved to be a bit more useful than the BioLite because I could use it on hiking trips, tubing trips (because it’s waterproof), and even just driving down the highway… provided that it’s constant sun and not going back & forth into the shade. I coupled my Nomad 7 with a portable li-ion power pack and now find that it’s one of the most useful power producing items that I own.

      I would still love to try out a BioLite unit somewhere in the future, and would do a review on one in a heartbeat. I just can’t justify spending the money on it right now. My Solo Stove is normally only used during power outages (along with my butane/propane hiking stove) and on hiking/camping trips.

      Thanks again for taking the time to respond to my review!! 🙂

      Brandon <><

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