offers these incredible little stoves that are super-efficient, portable and very versatile. i have two of the wood/charcoal units and they perform very well. i am ordering two more for those less prepared and/or for bartering. you can donate one for projects in third-world countries for a reduced price if you are so inclined. soups on!

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Comment by R Lee on January 25, 2011 at 9:45pm
I have studied the Rocket Stove design for over a year now. The stovetec stoves are great little stoves with a fired ceramic combustion chamber. I got my idea from the "Grover Stove". Just basically a freon tank with the rocket elbow combustion chamber. They also make a oven & a tent stove from other tanks.  My next build will be one from a old LP tank. Also for those who have the resources to build there own rocket stove check out the Ecostove design. These stoves are made in Central America by Prolena. A great little flat top grill which can even have a oven design incorporated. They do not sell to North America or I would have purchased one. If my design works good I may start making for others if there is time left to do so.
Comment by astrogal50 on January 25, 2011 at 9:28pm

Thank you very much!  No one needs upper respiratory problems or infections that are often the result of standing over or near cooking fires, especially in the Aftertimes.


Comment by Mark on January 25, 2011 at 8:52pm

yes I've recommeded these before and have one just delivered - with ordering more in mind. 


Highly recommended

Comment by MegaMontana on January 25, 2011 at 8:51pm
Sounds interesting. I've bookmarked the page for further research, but so far I'm impressed. Not too expensive either.

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