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VINIDA Camping Stove

Last updated: August 21, 2019


We looked at the top Camping Stoves and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Camping Stove you should buy.

Product Details

In our analysis of 100 expert reviews, the VINIDA Camping Stove placed 18th when we looked at the top 18 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Wood Burning Camp stove uses twigs, leaves, pinecones and wood as fuel. Free up more space in your backpack and no more spending money on heavy, polluting and expensive white gas or liquid canister fuel. Backpacking Wood Stove boils water(34 fl oz) in 7-10 mins. It creates clean gasification that causes a third combustion. It allows fuel to burn more completely with less smoke. Backpacking Stove weighs only 9.17 oz and 4.5″ Diameter, 3.9″/7.45″ Tall (Packed/Assembled). It nests inside a Nylon Stuff Sack leaving you with more room in your backpack. It is suitable for 1-2 people use. Made of premium stainless steel. The collapsible 4 parts are very easy to install and disassemble . The portable stove is even STABLE enough in windy conditions. 1 x Wood Camping Stove,1x Nylon Stuff Sack, 2 YEAR PROTECTION FOR FREE from the date of its original purchase

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Shawna Newman 
Camping And Outdoor Expert

Shawna Newman is the editor-in-chief of Active Weekender, a website that provides resources — from gear recommendations to beginner tips — to people looking to plan outdoor adventures. Her favorite outdoor activity is hiking, and she is on a quest to visit every national park in the U.S.

 

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

Vinida claims to offer the best wood burning stove for several applications. According to the company, the stove is realible for camping survival and emergency situations. You can also use it for bush crafting, disaster preparation, motor cycle, and bicycle touring, river running, wilderness survival, canoeing, and backpaking.
This is a very handy little camping stove! Super easy to set up and get going. Very lightweight! It fits in a backpack perfectly. Very happy with our purchase. Can't wait to bring it with us next time we go camping!
Solely uses fuel such as wood, pine cones, and leaves. Can add fuel without removing the pot from the stove. Boils 34 oz. of water in 7-10 minutes. Weighs 9.17 ounces, and broken down it measures 4.5"x3.9". Made from stainless steel. Stable, and easy to put together. Includes a nylon carry bag.
You can use this stove in most of the weather conditions. Wind is unable to put any serious effect on the performance of this stove.
The VINIDA is super easy to install – it shouldn’t take you more than a few minutes to have it up and ready to use. More specifically, it comes with four separate parts that you can combine into three modes depending on your current cooking needs.
This lightweight and compact wood burning stove is easy to fit into your backpack and even comes with its own mesh carry bag, so you can take it with you wherever you go.
Made of premium stainless steel. The collapsible 4 parts are very easy to install and disassemble . The portable stove is even STABLE enough in windy conditions
This is quite a portable stove model that should be stable enough in windy conditions. The top wood entrance in the side is big and convenient enough to fit any additional stick or small pieces of wood or charcoal cubes and burning tablets when burning without removing the pan or pot.

What reviewers didn't like

The wood burning stove can't accomodate large pots.
There is no solid alcohol option here; cooking fire is dependent on what you can find to burn. Does not come with instructions.
You will not get any instruction with the package. The stove is much smaller than average wall tent stoves.
Fuel burns quickly. Quick ash buildup.
The quality can be improved.
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