Everything You Need to Know About the Firebox Camping Stove

Alexa Vuckovic
 
Firefox stove
Firefox stove

It’s no secret that from time to time, every camper hits a snag when lunchtime comes. Preparing a fire, getting it right the first time, and then making sure you leave no embers behind – sometimes it can all take just a bit too much effort for a simple cooked meal.

 

When you’re rushing to use as much daylight as possible or complete other important tasks, every minute can be important. This is why the current focus in the world of outdoors equipment is on portable, easy to use, and efficient camping stoves that can make your next camping trip both enjoyable and much easier.

One of these new and revolutionary stoves is the popular “Firebox.” This little wonder can completely change the way we experience outdoor camping and bring a whole new aspect to meals prepared in the wild. The Firebox camping stove is a small, lightweight, foldable multi-tool specifically designed to simplify outdoor cooking and help all camping first-timers to get a much-needed head start when they are out in the wild for the first time.

Pros & Cons

Every camper will agree when we say that sometimes starting a good fire can be a rather difficult task. With a lot of aspects to take into account – the weather, the fuel, the wind – getting it right the first time can be a tricky thing.

That’s where the Firebox makes a significant change.

The Firebox doesn’t require big logs or heaps of wood to create a significant fire.

The Firebox doesn’t require big logs or heaps of wood to create a significant fire.

With its square shape and strategically-placed draft holes, this tiny wood burner can contain a flame while still allowing enough oxygen to flow through. Also, because of its small size, the Firebox doesn’t require big logs or heaps of wood to create a significant fire. You can use twigs, small branches, and similar kindling to maintain your flame and still have the chance to cook your meals.

Fuel & Efficiency

Besides wood, there are other options for your fuel as well. This is where the versatility of the Firebox comes into play. You can use charcoal briquettes, solid fuel tablets, gel fuel, wood pellets, alcohol burners, or even iso-butane gas burners. The choice is yours.

You can also use wood pellets in the Firebox

You can also use wood pellets in the Firebox

Another fantastic trait of this stove is its efficiency. Firstly, it is assembled in about 5 seconds by simply folding it out into shape. This means you can pack it in a handheld package that will take up barely any space in your pack.

Then, you can simply gather basic twigs lying around and in just a minute or two have a flame sufficient to get your stove into gear. The Firebox, as its name implies, has a really respectable heat output and will complete your basic tasks in no time.

Boiling your water, frying up a quick meal, or anything similar will now take only a few minutes.

Being quick in the wilderness can have significant benefits. With your Firebox, you can both start a fire and extinguish it in a matter of minutes all thanks to its size. No more worries about the burning embers from your huge campfire, and no more worrying about creating a blaze in a wooded area.

Cons

There’s always room for improvement, as with everything. Although the Firebox is pretty much as refined and as good as it can get, there are a few wrinkles hiding about. We can all agree that this portable stove is really the go-to option when you’re on the trail and just want to fix up a quick meal.

To stay warm you’ll need a proper, bigger fire, which will require more fuel and more effort to create

To stay warm you’ll need a proper, bigger fire, which will require more fuel and more effort to create

This means that it really isn’t your option for survival situations or extreme outdoor conditions. To stay warm you’ll need a proper, bigger fire, which will require more fuel and more effort to create. An open flame will generate heat in every direction, and the firebox simply isn’t designed for this.

Also, larger meals might not be ideal to prepare on the Firebox. You might want to consider what recipes are your best choices. Fish, steaks, eggs, bacon, and anything basic are perfect tasks for your stove to tackle.

Conclusion

There’s no denying that this portable, folding wood burner is a must for every serious camper and outdoors person. Its quality of manufacture, ease of use, and above all efficiency are all testaments to the importance of such a nifty piece of equipment. Weighing only around a kilo and measuring just 19 centimeters in height, the Firebox is no burden once added to your kit.

This means that you will then have more room to fit other useful things. Add to that the option of multiple gadgets to add to it – a fire grate, a grill plate, a boil plate, and a plethora of uses for all these – and you can really say that you’ve got a perfect balance between quality and price.

Without a doubt, this folding stove is a genuinely really useful piece of camping equipment. Check it out – maybe you can completely change your next outdoors experience!

 
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