Anevay Frontier Wood Burning Stove
The Frontier stove is a portable log burner that was originally designed for use as humanitarian aid.
As this was its original intent it was designed to be both lightweight and compact as well as being very durable. When it is being stored or transported the flue sections can be packed away and stored inside its belly. It also has a handle on its side to make transporting it even easier.
With a pack size of 49cm x 28cm x 29cm and a weight of only 10kg, you really can take anywhere you want to. Next time you decide to cook tea on the beach you will be the envy of everyone barbecuing burnt sausages when you are cooking a feast on your Frontier Stove.
It is also 10 times more fuel efficient than an open fire, and the long flue helps transport the smoke away from you so that you won’t breath it in.
Around one third of the world’s population still cook on solid fuel and breathing in these toxic fumes on a daily basis is a real problem. That is why it is designed to have a flue height of 2.41m, to make it safer to cook on.
The fact that it has a long flue also makes it ideal for being installed in fire retardant shelters such as Tipis, Bell Tents, Yurts and even sheds! We sell flashing kits so that it can correctly be installed with the flue going out the roof of the shelter. This means that the Frontier Stove can be utilised for heating as well as cooking.
The C.O.F.T. (Controlled Open Flamed Technology) means that the Frontier Stove is fantastic to cook on. There is room for a couple of pans on top of the stove, and you can even remove the hot plate cover so the open flames can lick the bottom of the pot, meaning you have more control over the heat when cooking.
There is an extensive range of accessories for the stove to help you make the most out of it, including a water heater that fits on the flue and a spark arrestor to catch any stray embers.
It is important to clean the flue out after every 24 hours of use, otherwise it becomes caked up, the draw will diminish and smoke will billow out of the front of the stove. If you are using the stove in an enclosed space this could be very dangerous. We have designed a flue brush, that is sold as part of our care kit, to make this job easier for you.
It is recommend that if you are using a stove in an enclosed space that you have a carbon monoxide alarm. The same way you would if you have a stove in your home.
The Frontier stove has developed a bit of a cult following and it is not hard to see why, with its variety of uses, and its quirky charm it is a great conversation starter whilst out and about. But don’t just take our word for it; take a look at Anevay’s Facebook page for some glowing testimonials from other happy campers!
We accept no responsibility for the use of misuse of the Frontier stove. We only recommend this stove for use in fire retardant tent, tipis or yurts. It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that shelter used has the appropriate fire retardant qualities necessary. We advise you not to leave the frontier stove unattended in the shelter and to make sure it has been extinguished prior to going to sleep. Always make sure that Frontier stove is positioned on something fire retardant like our heat mat, as accidental sparks may go straight through the groundsheet. We do not accept any liability to any party for loss or damage incurred by use of the Frontier stove however caused.