Is it really that simple?
Once the stove is in the right position below the newly made hole all that’s left to do is fit the chimney flue, and this is so simple we almost wondered where we had gone wrong. All the separate pieces of the flue fit inside the belly of the stove and can be stored and transported within it. To construct it, start with the piece that has two flush ends and then slot the rest together until you reach the top piece with the built-in spark arrestor, pushing the middle pieces through the flashing as you build. This is a bit of a ta-daa moment, as the finished article is a smart addition to the tent and looks like it must have been much more complicated than it really was.
Double the luxury
This portable camping stove will make every trip far more luxurious, as it not only provides a lovely central heating system for the tent but also an indoor cooking facility. The top of the stove is solid iron and is ideal for boiling a kettle and heating pans on, which means we can make a cup of morning coffee without even leaving the tent. There have been a number of times even in summer when this would have been a massive help, avoiding the necessity of cooking outside in the rain. To up your game even further a built-in water boiler is available to purchase separately, allowing you to have hot water on tap.
Overall, everything about the Firebox Eco Burn Potable Tent Stove is about ease of use. It was easy fitting the flue, it’s easy transporting the stove around as it packs up small and contains everything inside itself, and it makes the whole camping experience easy with the added luxury of warmth and cooking facilities. We can’t wait for it to join us on our adventures.