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"Bushcooker Lt II" Bush Camp Stove

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Product Description

Four Dog Bushcooker LT-II Titanium Camp Stove 


The Bushcooker titanium ultra-light compact wood burning stove lets you use more fuel sources--including Esbitt, alcohol, wood, dung and charcoal--for flexibility on the trail.

Tougher, lighter & the most efficient  of any stove in its class.

Four Dog's been making the finest titanium trail stoves since 1999--and we won't stop now!

Dimensions: 4 1/4"  diameter x 5" 1/4 tall.  Weight: 3.8 oz

Weight and material specifications:

  • Resists corrosion 200 time better than stainless steel
  • Double-walled design for high efficiency
  • Unique fan shaped grate delivers efficient burn and gassification of wood
  • Ported top combustion holes
  • Stronger then steel , in the same thickness at half the weight
  • Titanium’s melting temp. is 3,200 degrees F (compared to 2,600 F for steel)
  • Titanium reduces warping and eliminates burn out
  • A truly life long stove at a weight never before achieved
  • Includes titanium ground protector
  • Alcohol burn cup
  • Allows the user to burn alcohol/hexamine/wood/charcoal
  • Will burn any bio-mass (wood pellets, card board ,dung etc.)
  • Can burn those fuels in any combination
  • Makes a little alcohol or esbit in to a lot !
  • Fits in the Snow Peak 900 Pot , Snow Peak 1400 pot,  1,1 Mors Pot, 1,8 Mors Pot as well as many others.

Water boiling test results: 
Your Bushcooker Lt II will bring 32oz/1/ liter of water to a rolling boil as follows:       

  • Times is started when the match is lit.
  • Using quick burn technique with 4cc alcohol as starter.
  • With 60 F water & outside air temp. No wind
  • Wood used is air dried twigs @ 20% moisture
  • 2,5 oz of wood, 7,5 min rolling boil plus 12  min simmer.
  • 1,5  oz,  alcohol, 7 min rolling boil.
  • 2 Esbitt tab (28grams heximine) 5 min  rolling boil.
You'll love the portability and convenience of this bio-mass stove. It packs light (3.8 ounces) and nests into a larger cook pot or kettle.
Because you can burn bio-mass, this stove truly lets you get off the grid and still cook with amazing speed. 
Water boils quickly with just a small handful of twigs. Add Esbitt or alcohol if you have it--mix and match to suit your tastes.
Throw this stove against a tree, and it'll bounce back and ask for more. It's built mule-tough, just like all Four Dog products.
Get yours today, and get out on the trail in style.
For customers in France please contact Pierre at http://www.arklight-design.com/ he has units in stock to serve your needs.

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  1. Learn to use this, follow booklet! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Mar 2017

    After a false start, I followed the booklet, first using a little alc for starting. Now I can start this puppy w/ 1 match. I have cooked with it at home in yard in about 4 times at 30 deg F., hard-boiled eggs and asian noodle soup. I do my noodles with mushrooms and onions that have to cook for a while before the noodles. Both of eggs and noodles take a little while, but you just keep warm feeding stove. I was surprised by how short you need to make the wood. Next task is to start the fire for it with a striker. I want to take it car camping a couple times before deciding about backpacking with it.

  2. Amazing stove! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Mar 2017

    I just returned from a 4 day winter trip into the BWCAW. I took the Bushcooker II along as an emergency back-up in the event that I had a gear malfunction on my tent woodstove or was unable to find suitable wood. The Bushcooker was used several times during the trip as a very quick way to heat up some water for coffee or soup while out on day hikes. As I walked along, I would gather small twigs and sticks and then use them to heat up a warm lunch with the Bushcooker. On a cold day it is also a great way to warm your hands during a stop. I will take it on all my trips as either a back-up or primary cooking stove. It is so light and stores nicely in the Mors pot.

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