PAST Outdoors

PAST Outdoors Titanium Fold-up Stove - Medium

$358

The PAST Outdoors Titanium Fold Up Stove has been developed to be the most versatile fold up stove available. Small enough to be backpacked in with any of our shelters yet large enough to heat and cook off in your base camp.

This stove converts any of the PAST Outdoors shelters into heated base camps that enable you to extend your season, reduce the need for fuel and most of all keep you comfortable and outdoors for longer.

Total control of the heat via front air intake on the door and a dampener in the flu enable the stove to be used for low temperature cooking and slow combustion burning or high temperature and fast heating.

The stove is stored and transported flat and comparable to a small laptop and with the flu the size of a large beer can. Each piece (stove and flu) come in their own 500D Cordura case that enables easy packing and distribution of weight between your group.

With the inclusion of a titanium alloy 'U-turn' flexible side walls as a standard, weight can be shaved for long back pack trips where the grams matter.

The top of the stove easily accommodates both pots from the Soto Navigator cook-set and with the solid walls installed will support a cast iron frypan.

Two options are available for assembly:

The solid wall: best for for car, canoe, helicopter and motorbike based camping and base camps.

The U-Turn: The solid walls are left in the car and a titanium foil 'U-turn' style wall is used saving 400gm of weight.

Assembly

We recommend practising the assembly of your stove prior to field use. Detailed video instruction can be found on our YouTube channel

Burning In

Titanium stoves require 'burning in' in order to heat treat the titanium and set the memory of the flu material. We provide a tutorial on how to do this via our YouTube channel

Specifications

Stove:

H 25 x D 350 x W 210mm Transport

H 300 x D 350 x W 210 Assembled(including legs)

1415g (solid wall)

995g (U-Turn)

 

Flu:

60 (Diameter) x 270mm Tranport

60 x 3000mm Assembled - excess is supplied to trim to your desired length

484g Maximum Weight @ 3000mm length

 

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Seth Brown
A fantastic addition to the UL6 Tipi Tent

The titanium stove is an essential addition to the UL6 tent. I have owned a UL6 with the titanium stove for a year now, and have just purchased a second one of each.
The ability to warm the interior of the tent to approximately 20 degrees Celsius above the atmospheric termperature is a life saver in New Zealand conditions.
Due to the heat produced by the stove, the dew line inside of the Tipi stays low, meaning the tent fly won't rain on anyone inside during the night.
A fantastic product and I look forward to using mine for years to come.

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Nick
Suitable for not just the UL6T Tipi but other hot tents as well

Bought this guy to complement my existing hot tent - which wasn't so hot until I put the stove inside it! Managed to get a nice even heat in the stove which kept me warm, dried my gear and let me sleep through the night, even after coming in cold and wet. Sturdy and lightweight construction but I think the biggest selling point for me was the ease with which I could pack it back up. Too often I get something that comes rolled perfectly but then will not fit back in the bag it came. Not the case with this stove.

The blue patina the stove gets the more you use it is like a living memory of all the trips you have taken it on, which is a nice touch.

Only downside to the stove was initially getting the chimney to roll properly, but Dave talked me through it in the shop and on subsequent uses the chimney just popped into shape. Super happy with the purchase - making me think about getting the Tipi to see how the combo goes!

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Marcus Wray
Whole lotta heat in this little fella!

Used this with the UL6T on a winter camping trip with the family, for something that look initially like a clip board and a pencil case this ended up being the centre piece. With both the stove and the chimney heating the tipi nothing is wasted, I was initially sceptical about the dampener but load it up with wood, closed it down and was rewarded with a nice long, slow burn that kept the tipi cosy for a long period. Alot simpler to put together than you may think, once set up sturdy enough to take a heavy cast pan, getting it going on a morning dried the tipi out a treat so we packed away a dry tent!

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