Camping Stove Lixada Stainless Steel Lightweight Wood Stove £10.99 with code Prime Amazon / £14.98 non Prime (Sold by Monicater and Fulfilled by Amazon)
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Camping Stove Lixada Stainless Steel Lightweight Wood Stove £10.99 with code Prime Amazon / £14.98 non Prime (Sold by Monicater and Fulfilled by Amazon)

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Found 13th Oct
Use code: M8EE8WEB for £5 off!

Lixada wood stove is a must-have for all serious backpackers, survivalists and campers.

Features:
Environmentally friendly: No fuel canisters, no chemical emissions, no batteries, less carbon footprint.
Unlimited fuel sources: Cook a meal using the twigs you collect on your hike or solidified alcohol. Say goodbye to heavy, costly, polluting petrol fuels.
Built tough: Made of hardened stainless steel, the stove is meant for rugged backpacking and camping.
Come in a mesh pouch for convenient carrying.
Note: Pot in the picture is for illustration purpose only. It is NOT included in the listing!

Specifications:
Brand: Lixada
Material: Stainless steel
Bottom diameter: Approx. 13.5cm / 5.3in
Height: Approx. 15.8cm / 6.2in
Item weight: Approx. 450g / 13.7oz
Package size: Approx. 14 * 14 * 8cm / 5.5 * 5.5 * 3.1in
Package weight: Approx. 504g / 17.8oz

Package List:
1 * Wood Stove
1 * Alcohol Dish
1 * Barbecue Grill
1 * Mesh Pouch


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20 Comments

Sounds like a good price. Have you got one?

Original Poster

OB12 m ago

Sounds like a good price. Have you got one?


Not yet.Just seeing whats about camping wise for when I eventually do the North Coast 500 on my motorbike.
Need the essentials, but to also factor in the size of it all!
Reviews seem good enough!

Good luck trying to use this when it’s hammering down with rain and blowing a gale. Dreadful product. Cold.

Have to say the canister is quick easy..wood may be ok ..good luck

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taff_53 m ago

Good luck trying to use this when it’s hammering down with rain and b …Good luck trying to use this when it’s hammering down with rain and blowing a gale. Dreadful product. Cold.


I assume you own this product?

Good price but code doesn't work.

Not a chance. Wouldn’t waste my money on such tat. I have a jet boil, which will light in any weather - a lot more than can be said for this expensive paperweight.

Original Poster

taff_54 m ago

Not a chance. Wouldn’t waste my money on such tat. I have a jet boil, w …Not a chance. Wouldn’t waste my money on such tat. I have a jet boil, which will light in any weather - a lot more than can be said for this expensive paperweight.




Jetboil is around £100, and you need gas...good for the more experience/advanced campers...as for this, it's just over a tenner...bargain!...and it's fueled by raw materials....a basic kit, for the basic camper who may be on a budget....

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huscarl8 m ago

Good price but code doesn't work.


You might need to click on the redeem promotion just inderneath the price on the Amazon page...it may then automatically add it for you...

birdyboyuk22 m ago

Jetboil is around £100, and you need gas...good for the more …Jetboil is around £100, and you need gas...good for the more experience/advanced campers...as for this, it's just over a tenner...bargain!...and it's fueled by raw materials....a basic kit, for the basic camper who may be on a budget....

I paid less than £60 for my jetboil flash. High recommended, been using on and off for my continuing European bike tour since May, not let me down yet.

birdyboyuk57 m ago

Jetboil is around £100, and you need gas...good for the more …Jetboil is around £100, and you need gas...good for the more experience/advanced campers...as for this, it's just over a tenner...bargain!...and it's fueled by raw materials....a basic kit, for the basic camper who may be on a budget....





It is indeed basic, so why does your post state “ a must have for all serious backpackers, survivalists and campers”?

Original Poster

taff_533 m ago

It is indeed basic, so why does your post state “ a must have for all s …It is indeed basic, so why does your post state “ a must have for all serious backpackers, survivalists and campers”?


Can't answer that as I didn't write it Only going by what's on the description. Perhaps the jetboil is more for the "established" backpacker

Had one like it for years, woodgas stoves are great as long as you have dry twigs to feed them. Short vid of one here:

I sometimes run mine on cat litter, honest

taff_52 h, 44 m ago

Good luck trying to use this when it’s hammering down with rain and b …Good luck trying to use this when it’s hammering down with rain and blowing a gale. Dreadful product. Cold.



taff_52 h, 44 m ago

Good luck trying to use this when it’s hammering down with rain and b …Good luck trying to use this when it’s hammering down with rain and blowing a gale. Dreadful product. Cold.


I find that blowing a gale helps this burn better. The rain is the same for all wood burners. Common sense. Great little stove for not much but not light or small enough for a backpacker. More of a full camp kind of stove and free fuel readily available. Bargain.

taff_52 h, 41 m ago

Not a chance. Wouldn’t waste my money on such tat. I have a jet boil, w …Not a chance. Wouldn’t waste my money on such tat. I have a jet boil, which will light in any weather - a lot more than can be said for this expensive paperweight.



& a jet boil costs about £70. I have a blast furnace...It much better than a crappy jet boil....Cost £4000.00 but that not the point. It's BETTER!
These may not be the best in the world but with some compressed wood pellets they work great & with wood they work well too.

birdyboyuk1 h, 38 m ago

Can't answer that as I didn't write it Only going by what's on the …Can't answer that as I didn't write it Only going by what's on the description. Perhaps the jetboil is more for the "established" backpacker



No the jet boil is one trendy folk love. It's like the shoppers with Marks & Spencer bags shopping at Lidl.
Edited by: "SixtyFive" 13th Oct

taff_56 h, 1 m ago

Good luck trying to use this when it’s hammering down with rain and b …Good luck trying to use this when it’s hammering down with rain and blowing a gale. Dreadful product. Cold.


a strong wind actually helps them burn better, and rain, well rain with any kind of wood fire is going to problematic to get going, but with the way these work once you get them going they will dry wood lower down in the chamber you can use inner bits of dry wood to get it going.

I have a couple of them, and they work fantastically well, if you set them up and use them correctly.

the correct way to load them is to use finger thick pieces and place them vertically in the chaamber, they want to be a length up to just under the top air holes.

then use some dry tinder material, feather sticks made using dry bits of split wood or even just a cotton wool ball dipped in some vaseline and chuck it on top, the flames will get pulled down through the wood and turn it in to charcoal whilst producing wood gas, that gets circulated and burnt.
Edited by: "eset12345" 13th Oct

I used to have a similar looking one that burned unleaded petrol, could boil a big pot of water in 10 mins. Hugely cheaper to run than Camping Gaz. Great if your vehicle is petrol anyway.

Looks like a great little thing i could use for allotment, i currently use gas canisters or an electric kettle when my leisure battery is charged (although 2-3 kettle boils drains it)

Also could mean i could get rid of some wood before the allowed bonfire hours lol and boil my kettle at same time

i nearly bought it but then amazon recommended this one amazon.co.uk/Lix…R6/ £10.99 but there's a £2 off code if you buy 2 or more .... it seems the only difference is there's no grill option, ignore me OP is still the best you get the grill accessory too and it only costs £10.99 total where as the one amazon keeps recommending me you have to buy 2 to use the discount voucher
Edited by: "TallerPaul" 14th Oct
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