Cook or Boil Water with the 180 Stove by 180 Tack
If you’re looking for a solid campfire stove that’s lightweight and durable you should check out this cool product from 180 Tack. The 180 Stove is a compact backpacking stove that provides a dimension of 6″ x 7″ for cooking or boiling water. There are no hinges, screws or special tools to assemble the stove. The 180 Stoves comes in 6 pieces that interlock and can be put together in less than a minute and weights around 10 ounces.
It folds away into a compact and sleek design that will slide right into your backpack, reducing the weight burden tremendously.
The 180 Stove uses natural fuels like twigs, leaves, grass or other organic matter in the environment. There’s no need to pack propane or other fuels to increase your load. Just use what’s around you to do the cooking. The design of the 180 Stove allows you to separate your fire from your surroundings making it a safe alternative to an open, unguarded flame. 180 Tack does sell ash pans to get your fire off the ground, but they are sold separately. I simply used some aluminum foil in my demonstration.
It comes in a reusable 5 mil plastic pouch that serves as a great carry bag for your backpack or carrying water in an emergency. The stove is American made in Golden, Colorado!
If you’re interested you can find the 180 Stove on Amazon.com or by going directly to the 180 Tack website: 180tack.com. Check out my video below to see water boiling in just 10 minutes. Be sure to subscribe to get notifications on future product reviews.