Overall Height inc. chimney: 2410mm (95in). Dimensions inc. spread of legs; Height:530 (21in), Length: 835mm (33in), Width: 550mm (21.6in). Flue Diameter: 60mm (2.4n), Flue Lengths: 410mm (16in) (x5), Firebox Door: 155mm (6in), Internal Opening: 140mm (5.5in). Folded size: 460 x 260 x 250mm ( 18 x 10 x 9.8in). Weight: 11kg (24lb).
The Frontier is ideal for family camping trips. Well suited to bell tents, tipis, yurts, motor homes, or for use in conjunction with, or even instead of BBQs at social gatherings. Classically styled, the Frontier packs down neatly after use, and can be easily carried by hand. This lightweight portability ensures that the Frontier is the ultimate cooking facility for any outdoor scenario. The Frontier can also be used inside as a more permanent room heater/cooker. With correct installation the Frontier will provide all the heat for your room. Accessories include, flue kits for tents and sheds, extra flue sections, a spark arrestor with has guy line attachment points, a heat proof mat to protect your floor, and a smart carrying bag to carry it all in, see options below. Plus the amazing Frontier Stove Water Heater which is available separately.
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- A truly great little stove/cooker. Review by John Adams
The Frontier makes a great addition to a bell tent, when used with a tent roof flashing kit.
I set ours up in one of the tipis we have here and realised this was an interesting answer to the main problems of fires in tipis: low level smoke and the danger of setting fire to your flooring.
However I chose to fire it up outside because the light was better for photography. It lit well and the tall chimney was soon drawing strongly. The fire is regulated by either partially or fully closing the front door and by a damper in the chimney. Both are easy controls but, as with all wood burners, heat proof leather gloves are a good idea. The kettle took longer to boil than I expected but removing the top hob cover and using it directly cured that.
It soon gathered a number of admirers who were all intrigued by it and were dreaming up how they could use one. After all it needn’t be a tent stove, it would go just as well in a tipi, motor home, shed, or out doors on the patio, or why not take it down to the beach and cook a fish supper and keep warm as well. A truly great little stove/cooker. Where will you use yours? (Posted on 10/04/2012)