STOVES, CAMPING WOOD STOVE
Three sizes of the Wilderness Stoves- front view
Three sizes of the Wilderness Stoves- back view
Spark preventor on the inside of the door
Stainless steeel water tank
Spark Arrestor and Rain Cap
Rain Cap and Spark Arrestor Installed, Top Section of Pipe
Four Sections Nesting Pipe
Nesting Pipe - sections inside one another
Four Sections Completly Nesting Pipe
WILDERNESS CAMPING WOOD STOVE CHARACTERISTICS
- Standard package: stove, pipe, damper and spark arrestor/rain cap side shelf.
- Deluxe package: Water tank and grate added to standard package.
- RAIN T-CAP: We recommend the use of a T-cap with spark arrestor at all times. The spark arrester keeps large pieces of soot and ash from coming out of the end of the pipe and landing on the tent roof. The T-cap top will keep wind from blowing down the pipe and puffing smoke into your tent (T section of cap should be turned in opposite direction of the wind so it can not blow directly into pipe).
- Baffle behind air intake prevents any sparks from shooting out the air intake openings into the tent.
For the money, size of stove and quality, the Wilderness stove is highly recommended.
There is not another heavy stove package on the market that has the options listed in the wilderness wood camping stove standard or deluxe packages for such a reasonable price.
The Wilderness stove will provide many years of service due to its heavy duty construction in combination with its thicker than normal steel. Welds are solid and with numerous reinforcement bars there is a small probability the stove will ever warp.
If you want to cook on the stove there is a natural hot spot near the stove pipe. Stove top cooking temperature can be regulated better than most stoves due to its gasketed airtight door which allows the rate of burn to be better controlled.
All accessories fit inside the stove except the Wilderrness 3. This feature makes it great for storing your stove and knowing when you take the wilderness camping stove out camping next year you will not be concerned about missing parts.
Some stove companies recommend putting dirt or sand in the bottom of stove firebox to prevent burn out or warping. This is not a requirement for wilderness camping wood stoves due to the thickness of steel used in the firebox.
Insure that you remove all ash from the fire box when storing. Ash absorbs moisture in the air and will result in rust developing on the bottom of stove.
|5" Stove Pipe||WILDERNESS 3||WILDERNESS 4||WILDERNESS 5|
Tent heating capability
|14 x 16||16 x 20||18 x 24|
|Dimensions||26 L x 12 w x 12 h||26 L x 14 w x 14 h||26 L x 16 w x 16 h|
|Stove Size/ Cubic Feet||2.17 Cubic Feet||
2.95 Cubic feet
3.85 Cubic Feet
|Burn time||6 - 8 hours||8 - 10 hours||10 -12 hours|
|Weight||56 lbs||64 lbs||72 lbs|
stove, pipe, rain cap/spark arrestor, damper
Water tank, Grate, Side Shelf
added to standard package