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Seek Outside Titanium Box Stove

Discussion in 'Winter Camping' started by livingsurvival, Jan 16, 2016.

  1. livingsurvival

    livingsurvival Administrator
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    Going on another few camps this winter and got a new wood stove from Seek Outside. Burned it in today. Love it so far.

     
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    Thats a really nice stove! I like the size and how its breaks down and is stores in its own carrying case... About how much are they?
     
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    Very nice stove!is the same company that you have reviewed a small cylinder stove?
     
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    Different company. The cylinder one was from LiteOutdoors.
     
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    The whole setup is around $1300. The stove is just under $400.
     
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    Ok,both are really nice!

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    That's a cool kit! Here in Virginia, it hardly snowed. I only got snow once while camping. I use the Snugpack Scorpion 3, with the military sleep system, and the insulated Big Agnes pad. Heavy, heavy, heavy.
    After watching your video, I would love to try that! Warm, and not bulky to pack!
     

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