small wood stoves for "hunter's tents"

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Re: small wood stoves for "hunter's tents"

Postby zelph » Tue Apr 26, 2011 5:11 pm

You were right, interesting video, thank you. Makes me want to get out and put up a tent. Maybe next week if the rains stays away :roll:
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Re: small wood stoves for "hunter's tents"

Postby kevin_t » Tue May 24, 2011 1:02 pm

No plans for stainless at this point. Titanium is so much lighter. Perhaps in the future sometime. We have a couple other ideas for less expensive variants at this point.

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Re: small wood stoves for "hunter's tents"

Postby zelph » Tue May 24, 2011 5:06 pm

Less expensive is better :mrgreen:

Weight difference is kinda negligble when winter tent camping. Gear is usually pulked in in some fashion. Carried in by young muscle bound teens :D
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Re: Midnight Sun residential heater stove

Postby ClarenceSteele » Tue Jan 14, 2014 6:52 am

ConnieD wrote:Midnight Sun residential heater stove: clickable thumbnail

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Here is more information about the Midnight Sun residential heater stove:

Makes 100 watts continuously (actually more).
The thermal power is 7kW.
All from a small stove for a cabin or small home.
ref: http://books.google.com/books?id=xHt1HB ... ve&f=false

First product: http://www.eetimes.com/story/OEG19981005S0025

His ir-spectrum gallium and antimony solar panel are on the space shuttle: my living-room and the space shuttle.

I got one. The guy I got mine from had a prototype and did everything he could to steal from it. He even asked me what he could copy! Little did that guy know I have been a highly successful innovator in the same science and technology, in other fields of endeavor. That guy has it in pieces, and I laughed. I said, everything is from the hardware store and perhaps a plumbing supply. No doubt you can get them through your RV business. But everything that makes this run, is patent. But can I just change the jet, if I could get this apart, he cried, I would like to make it run on natural gas. Dr. Fraas says he is busy right now. I shook my head: that component is patent. He offered to sell it to me, and named a price. I said, I would have to save for months to have that much money! Many months later and $3,000, I purchased it from him. If not for anything else, to get it out of his hands. He lied, and did not send me the paperwork. His man broke the glass, putting it in my friends luxury car so it would have a nice bump-free ride home, but the glass was broken. I heard a "bad sound" when he put it in the trunk, but one of his employees distracted me, deliberately I feel, and his man who put it in the trunk insisted the glass was not broken. Of course it was. Everything about that guy, including his employees, was bad news. But I safely got Dr. Fraas' property away from that scoundrel. That is a lot of money, for me. But it was important.

Here is a little taste from freepatentsonline: http://www.freepatentsonline.com/6037536.html
Here is an abstract from American Institute of Physics: http://scitation.aip.org/getabs/servlet ... yes&ref=no


Here is his story, January 2004, from the Seattle Post Intelligencer: http://www.seattlepi.com/local/158492_cjournal29.html
He has a little history on his own website:
http://www.jxcrystals.com/TPV%20History.pdf

Here is more about what was behind the demonstration model at the Seattle PI:
http://www.appliancedesign.com/Articles ... 32a8c0____
Here is more information about commercial application: http://www.jxcrystals.com/Near%20Term%2 ... ercial.pdf
Here is a PDF with some pictures: http://www.ornl.gov/sci/solarsummit/JXcrystals.pdf

Maybe I should have this "post" in the section: Stoves With Character.

Interesting stove.. Never seen such before.. Thanks for detailed information about the stove and I would love to get similar one soon. :DB: :DB:
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Re: small wood stoves for "hunter's tents"

Postby zelph » Tue Jan 14, 2014 12:47 pm

Nice price....$3,000....pocket change :lol:

By the way......has anyone seen or heard from ConnieD?
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Re: small wood stoves for "hunter's tents"

Postby Pnw.hiker » Wed Mar 05, 2014 6:09 pm

Not sure if this one has been mentioned (didn't read the whole thread).

http://www.amazon.com/Portable-Military ... QCQDEMAREY

My in-law is building a camper and just ordered this. Includes a water heater that clamps on to the chimney. $60 including shipping.
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Pretty cheap and light weight. I'll let you know how it holds up.

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Re: small wood stoves for "hunter's tents"

Postby zelph » Wed Mar 05, 2014 8:14 pm

About 2 weeks ago I saw one of those stainless steel water heaters on ebay and mentioned it to my wife that we could use one of those :o

Take a look at how much they are going for at auction:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Camping-Water-K ... 4897.l4276

The deal on amazon was to good to pass up....I caved to my addiction :oops:
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Re: small wood stoves for "hunter's tents"

Postby Ridgerunner » Thu Mar 06, 2014 12:50 am

zelph wrote:About 2 weeks ago I saw one of those stainless steel water heaters on ebay and mentioned it to my wife that we could use one of those :o

Take a look at how much they are going for at auction:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Camping-Water-K ... 4897.l4276

The deal on amazon was to good to pass up....I caved to my addiction :oops:

That stove will be just the ticket for your DIY teepee... :DP:
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Re: small wood stoves for "hunter's tents"

Postby zelph » Thu Mar 13, 2014 7:16 pm

Pnw.hiker wrote:Not sure if this one has been mentioned (didn't read the whole thread).

http://www.amazon.com/Portable-Military ... QCQDEMAREY

My in-law is building a camper and just ordered this. Includes a water heater that clamps on to the chimney. $60 including shipping.
CheapWoodStove.JPG


Pretty cheap and light weight. I'll let you know how it holds up.


I received mine yesterday and opened the box today.....wow!!!! what a fantastic bargain. :DB: :DP:

It's made very well to say the least. It's built to last a long time. Trust me!!!! :D

Not sure when I can get some burn time into it. It need to get really hot to burn off the new paint as stated in the reviews.

I ordered min on March 6.

Today the seller says out of stock, not available and don't know when more will be available:

http://www.amazon.com/Portable-Military ... QCQDEMAREY

just a little info on it:


Currently unavailable.
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.

MILITARY STYLE CAMP STOVE W/ MATCHING STAINLESS STEEL WATER KETTLE Condition: New Package Includes: One stove and one water kettle
Features: Four (17" long × 2 1/2" diameter) interlocking flue pipe sections Spark arrestor for added safety Stove can be used in an outfitters tent with a stove pipe vent. Removable legs (15 1/2" long)
Removable dual side cooking tubes can be used for baking potatoes, foil meals, etc. The stove has front and rear air flow regulators and an easy access bottom ash clean-out. Stove tools included Stove pipe cap
Stainless Steel Water Kettle: Attach this Kettle to your favorite Camping Wood Cook Stove, to heat water up safe. Holds up to 2500ml of water. Made of high quality stainless steel. Easy to clean, light weight to carry. Features: Stainless Steel Holds 2500 ml liquid Attachable to Camping Cook Wood Stove with 2 3/4" flue pipe
Super strong rolled steel construction Sets up in minutes Top grate is hinged and doubles as a carrying handle when stove is not in use. Stove pipes, side tubes, legs, and tools all fit inside stove for easy transport. Grate folds to provide flat heating surface on top of stove and can be folded out for drying gloves, socks, and small items. Burns wood, compressed logs, charcoal or any convenient combustible Measures: 18" long × 10 1/4" wide × 11" tall Stands 26 1/2" with Extension legs Weight 30 lbs If used indoors, stove must be properly vented and installed.


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Re: small wood stoves for "hunter's tents"

Postby zelph » Wed Apr 02, 2014 8:23 pm

Auction ending soon on the Black Magic woodburner :mrgreen:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Portable-Milita ... 54070c9fed

I assembled mine today and set it next to the central pole that will support my teepee/shelter/canopy/umbrella :mrgreen:

The photos will give an idea of it's size next to a lawn chair.

The stainless steel basket I used for burning pellets in my wood stove will fit nicely length wise. I will have to cut it in half width wise and spot weld it back together again. It's going to work like a lucky charm!!!!! whooooo!!!!! we're startin the spring fever antidote/remedy off right :mrgreen:
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