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BioLite Camping Stove

Come on BioLite my fire

BioLite Camping Stove

Come on BioLite my fire

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  •  Charge any USB gadget no matter where you are
  •  Ideal for campers and adventurers
  •  Small & Lightweight
  •  Fuelled by renewable biomass like twigs or pinecones
  •  Perfect for cooking, charging and campfire sing-alongs
  •  Enjoy hot coffee and bubbling stews with the KettlePot accessory


Whether you live in an isolated area, love camping or feel a strong urge to prepare for a harrowing zombie apocalypse, you need a way to cook your chow.

Thanks to its unique design, the BioLite Camping Stove can cook, heat and charge your electronic devices using only renewable biomass such as twigs, pinecones, wood pellets and other easily obtainable flammable materials.

This compact device uses an internal fan to create airflow, which combines with the fuel chamber to create an ultra-efficient combustion fire. The heat generated is converted into electricity using the Power Module which is stored in the lithium ion battery or output to charge smaller devices.

Forget carrying gas canisters, bulky chargers or heavy firewood again. The BioLite weighs less than a kilo and comes in a handy carry bag, meaning the only environmental footprint you’ll be leaving will be from your boot.

For those adventurous cooks among you, the Biolite Grille and KettlePot accessories are vital pieces of additional kit. They fit seamlessly onto the stove; one transforming it into a portable BBQ for your favourite wilderness grub and the other allowing you to make a pot of piping hot coffee to start your day or a bubbling stew for 4 at the end of a long hike.

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Please Note:
  • Charging time varies depending on device
  • Heating time varies depending on material
Biolite Stove Features
  • Cook/charge/heat using renewable biomass
  • Thermo electric generator charges your devices whilst you cook
  • Quick-Boil a litre of water in 4 and a half minutes
Biolite Stove Box Contents:
  • BioLite Stove
  • Firelighter
  • Carry sack
  • USB Cord (for internal battery charging)
Biolite Stove Tech Spec:
  • Fire Power Output Peak: 3.4 kW (LO), 5.5 kW (HI)
  • USB Power Output Max continuous: 2W @5V, Peak: 4W @5V
Biolite Stove Dimensions:
  • Measures approximately 21cm(D) x 16cm(W) x 22cm(H)
  • Weighs approximately 935g
Biolite Grille Accessory
  • Cooking Area - 55 sq inches
  • Folded Size - 9.5 x 12 x 3.5 inches
  • Unfolded Size - 9.5 x 12 x 10.5 inches
  • Wight - 1.875 lbs
  • In the box - Biolite Grille, Instruction Manual & Grille Cover
KettlePot Accessory
  • Snap-on kettle top and vertical handles for easy pouring
  • Wind-blocking heat shield for faster boil time
  • Centre base ring for improved stability
  • CampStove nests inside for a perfect fit
  • Lightweight Stainless steel for hygeine

Customer Reviews

Awesome camping gadget. Myself and friends were skeptical how well it would work, but it proved us all wrong. I also have the grill which is yet to be tested but I'm sure it will impress.
Daniel Cartwright - 23rd July 2013
Good to know I'll be able to keep playing music and video games even during the coming zombie apocalypse.
Ben Hennessy - 25th June 2013
Firebox says: Do you know something we don't Ben? Do we need to get our Zombie weapons of choice ready?
The stove is light and about the same size as a 1L water bottle. You need to charge it before the first use but other than that it charges my iphone 4S at about 1% every ten min or so. Its really easy to start a fire in the sheltered container then once its going you turn on the fan and then its really going. The fire burns so hot and so clean it devours any thing you put inside leaving hardly any ash. It can boil my kettle in under 10 min. A brilliant addition to my camping gear!
Bruce Collier - 15th March 2013
Firebox says: Great review, you've sold us. Thanks Bruce.
I have followed the life of this product on the internet since it was only an idea. The final camp stove product is now in my collection. Compared with fuel tablets and gas stoves it is bigger and heavier - but I do not have to wonder about how to get fuel. Also, it is the fastest one, it makes a hell of fire from small sticks. Don't forget to pick some dry branches while you are on the trail. The charging feature? It don't have lot's of power, but compared to crank devices it's easier to just put in a bit of fuel :).
Légrády Gábor - 17th January 2013