Biolite Cookstove £40 @ Amazon. Also Biolite Kettle Charge £75 - Sold by BioLite Inc. and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Biolite Cookstove £40 @ Amazon. Also Biolite Kettle Charge £75 - Sold by BioLite Inc. and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 15th Jul 2017
It's an expensive way to cook but a lot cheaper than normal.
The Biolite Cookstove is usually about £75

Portable campfire burn sticks, twigs, pinecones & pellets
Control flames with air flow - four fan speed settings to control flame Size
Compact, nested design - store power pack in burn Chamber to save space
Integrates with Biolite cooking accessories works with the kettle and portable grill for all your outdoor cooking needs

Link for the Biolite Kettle Charge. This is usually about £100

10W On-Demand Power: Charge with the strength of a wall outlet
An audible alert sounds if the unit is getting too hot, helping to prevent accidental overheating.
Battery Boost: Stores power for a quick charge with no heat or water
Folding Power Handle: Packs flat and angles up for perfect pouring. 750ml Stainless Steel Kettle: Boil water for cooking, drinking, cleaning
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Brilliant price and great piece of camping equipment
The self powered one is also reduced, down to £75.

Biolite Camping Campstove with Flexlight - Orange amazon.co.uk/dp/…GXK
Rather have my tiny Trangia meths stove than lug this about and have to forage for twigs etc.
This or Kelly kettle?
OB11 h, 45 m ago

The self powered one is also reduced, down to £75.Biolite Camping …The self powered one is also reduced, down to £75.Biolite Camping Campstove with Flexlight - Orange https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B019WDE9HU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_2cHAzbA22MGXK


Had a look at this online the seems to be a version 2 for this biolite which is meant to be better
OB12 h, 54 m ago

This or Kelly kettle?

I'll be sticking with my Kelly kettle, if this was the one that charges your phone while you use the fire pit I would of bought it for this price.
wordsworth3 h, 26 m ago

Had a look at this online the seems to be a version 2 for this biolite …Had a look at this online the seems to be a version 2 for this biolite which is meant to be better

This new one is certainly quieter and smaller. Can't imagine many uses for the one that can charge things.
OB1

This or Kelly kettle?


Kelly Kettle - been using one for since nineteen hundred and frozen to death in all weathers & temperatures. Its not fancy or designer just does what it supposed to do
tinca1 h, 43 m ago

Kelly Kettle - been using one for since nineteen hundred and frozen to …Kelly Kettle - been using one for since nineteen hundred and frozen to death in all weathers & temperatures. Its not fancy or designer just does what it supposed to do


So you're at least 117 years old? Cool.
You can't argue that this is a hot deal but I still think it is a bit of a crappy product. Just buy the non-battery powered wood burners for £12 and be done with it. Adding batteries to a wood fire just seems a bit odd. The batteries do not last long and so you may as well just stick to gas.
Just get an electric hookup and use an electric kettle, induction hob & heater
great deal, ordered for this summers camping trips!! fire now back to normal price
kjfrazer

Just get an electric hookup and use an electric kettle, induction hob & … Just get an electric hookup and use an electric kettle, induction hob & heater




There are different types of camping, if I'm going for a few days with the kids then I want mod cons such as fridge, kettle, tablets, phone, music...

If I'm having a night away in the wilderness then anything electrical is not wanted nor is it available even if I did want it!
jonesinamillion

There are different types of camping, if I'm going for a few days with … There are different types of camping, if I'm going for a few days with the kids then I want mod cons such as fridge, kettle, tablets, phone, music...If I'm having a night away in the wilderness then anything electrical is not wanted nor is it available even if I did want it!



I understand that but this does seem to be a far-fetched gadget. A gas stove and some gas cylinders won't break the bank.
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