Swiss Army Rocket Stove
Ive had a Swiss Army Rocket Stove for about 4 years now and recently haven’t used it that much.
It is on the top of my list as a versatile and easy to use lightweight stove.
Originally the Swiss Army used these stoves.
I love the way that you can either heat water straight in the bottle or by using the cup.
The advantage of using the cup is that you only need to heat the amount of water you need
If you are using water that you need to purify by boiling this can be done straight in the bottle.
The Swiss Army Rocket Stove itself is a basic rocket stove it doesn’t gasify the products of combustion so small pieces of fuel are required (sticks / pine cones).
You could us it with Hexi-blocks or a meths burner can be placed inside.
As you can see from this post about stoves I do have a large collection of stove and they each have there advantages and disadvantages.
The disadvantage with this stove is the fact you need to be able to find dry fuel.
I guess you could you use hexamine blocks but that’s something I haven’t tried.
These stoves are great if you are hiking through a wood.
Just watch out that you don’t get it too hot as a friend found out the back of the stove melted (it is only aluminium).
Remember fatwood burns really hot and will leave your stove in a mess so a cloth bag to keep it in will stop the rest of your kit going black.
Have a go these stove aren’t very expensive at £17.00 (unissued) or £15.00 (issued) they won’t break the bank. These stoves can be found online at Military Mart