The EcoFire Stove Gives Back to Nature while Cooking Your Dinner
There’s nothing quite like the great outdoors. The fresh air, the clear skies, the peace and quiet; every part of nature is worth the hike or drive or even just the walk to your backyard. The only area in which indoor life is still preferred is cooking. Until now. Introducing EcoFire.
With the ability to cook, boil, roast, and grill, the EcoFire Stove does it all but with 90% less smoke emissions. Featuring premium materials and an ingenious design, this stove will give you the comfort of home-cooked food no matter how far you’ve travelled.
The EcoFire Stove can be used with many natural resources found outside (known as biomass) such as sticks, twigs, pine cones, or even wood pellets. But the secret of the low smoke and high temperatures lies in the design. The air is cleverly sucked in from the bottom and pushed through the burning biomass. The flame then creates a gas from the biomass to produce heat up to 1000C (1832F).
The stove is conveniently powered by plugging the included USB cable into any external battery pack or solar charger. From there, simply fill the internal chamber with biomass and fire it up. The EcoFire Stove burns with 98% combustion efficiency and creates something called biochar. This porous material can be used as a soil fertilizer, slurry treatment, or to increase a crop yield, promote microorganism life, and much more.
Made with high-quality 304-grade titanized stainless steel, the EcoFire Stove can work with any sized pot thanks to the adjustable arms. The high strength aluminum alloy tripod base contains the fan blower and USB cable while keeping the flames a safe distance from the ground or table.
What makes this system so perfect is that it achieves an eco-friendly and nearly smokeless fire in a compact shape. Yet, because you’re still collecting firewood, the EcoFire Stove keeps that authentic outdoor feeling in a controlled space.
Live on Kickstarter, reserve your EcoFire Stove today for just $89 as an early bird supporter. The stoves will ship to backers by January 2017. Now that you have everything you need for cooking, what will be your first meal with the EcoStove?