TOAKS Compact Titanium Hiking Wood-Burning Stove

Last updated: June 17, 2022

Wood-burning stoves are environmentally friendly as they do not require petroleum-based fuel. This stove is ideal for one or two people to use for heat and cooking. It has high thermal efficiency and continually burns for 20 minutes.

TOAKS Compact Titanium Hiking Wood-Burning Stove

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: You won’t need to deal with fuel canisters or chemical emissions with this wood-burning stove.

In our analysis of 25 expert reviews, the TOAKS Compact Titanium Hiking Wood-Burning Stove placed 5th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Material: Titanium (Grade 1 or 2, no coating). Weight: 5.4oz (151g). Dimensions: Packed: 3 3/4″ (94mm) (Dia) x 3 3/4″ (94mm) (H) Assembled: 3 3/4″ (94mm) (Dia) x 7 1/4″ (183mm) (H). Origin: Designed by TOAKS in California and made in China. Notes: 1. Small version of Award Winner TOAKS Titanium wood stove. 2. When it is packed, it can nest in TOAKS 750ml pots. The 750ml pot shown in the pictures is sold separately. 4. It comes with a nylon sack bag.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Gives a nice flame from all natural fuels. You can easily control how much heat you need depending on what you want to cook. Uses all natural fuel readily available for free.
Easy to light. Flu-like air flow burns hot and fast.
The TOAKS Titanium Backpacking wood-burning Stove is easy to assemble and use. The Grade 1 and 2 Titanium is lightweight but sturdy. Its height is great if you are cooking for more people. The wood stove holds more fuel, such as pine cones. It includes a nylon pouch for easy packing.

What reviewers didn't like

It doesn’t simmer well. Feeding this stove with small pieces of wood can be tedious. Heavier than alcohol and propane canister stoves.
Non-intuitive assembly. There are too many ventilation holes in the top can. If there’s any wind, the heat and flames exit from the side of the top can and don’t warm the pot efficiently. The rectangular hole in the top can is very small, so you can only feed the stove with annoyingly small pieces of wood unless you remove the pot and feed it from the top. Very dirty stove to carry inside a cook pot.
It burns through fuel faster compared to other wood-burning stoves in this article. Some users report that it generates a lot of smoke.
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