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EmberLit UL Titanium Stove


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5 product stars
£59.99

EmberLit UL Titanium Stove Summary

EMBERLIT-UL (TITANIUM) With CROSS BARS

The EmberLit-UL (Ultralite) Stove. Weighing in at less than 5.45 oz, the Emberlit-UL stove caters to those who pay special attention to the weight of their gear. Made of pure titanium, the Emberlit-UL is just as strong and impervious to corrosion as it's stainless steel brother, but at half the weight. With use the individual panels that make up the EmberLit-UL may take on a slight warp. This is normal and doesnt affect the assembly or durability of the stove. Likewise it comes with a lifetime guarantee… youll never wear this one out either. Despite the extra difficulty and expense of working with titanium this stove is PROUDLY Made in the USA!


PRODUCTS SPECIFICATIONS

Material           Titanium
Weight             5.45 oz (154 g)
Panels             4x5.5 Inches
Stove Height   6 inches
Top of stove    3.5x3.5 Inches
Packs flat        1/8th of an inch
Fuel                  Does not require you to carry any fuel
Includes           Cross Bars
Manufactuer    Merkwares
Warranty          Life time





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5 product stars
Five Stars - Jo M. - 28/10/2014
Functions as promised! Even lighter than I expected, robust and stable enough for larger cook pots. Wood fuel burns to ash completely so there's not much to clean up. It can be tricky to light but it's easy to figure out, and a fistful of damp grass is all you need to scrub it back to new. I was torn between stainless and titanium (and I'm not an ounce counter), but glad I went with Ti in the end.