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InstaFire Inferno Outdoor Biomass Stove

(7 customer reviews)




The Ultimate Super-heated Survival Stove

The Inferno Biomass Outdoor Stove from InstaFireTM, with its unique Vortex TechnologyTM, takes outdoor cooking to a whole new level. This stove is specifically designed to be a portable companion in the great outdoors, at your bug-out location, or the backyard during a crisis. Use for tailgating, picnics and camping, too.

This beautifully-designed stainless steel stove combines science, safety, and efficiency. The legs are coated with anodized titanium which protects its steel slate design. It also is the first all-purpose biomass-fueled stove that you can control the heat with a USB powered fan from 425 degrees up to 1200 degrees. The temperature control prevents you from burning cooked foods or under cooking them.

Here’s how the Inferno works:

First, oxygen feeds the flames. Small holes on the lower sides of the stove provide ventilation, forcing heated oxygen up through the stove. The heated air is fed directly through the top holes, creating secondary combustion. This allows the Inferno stove to reach such high temperature, with smoke-free fire and minimal fuel consumption.
In addition, pressure from the fan circulates the air. This creates a pressure differential between the upper and lower chambers. The heated air circulates like a vortex due to this pressure differential.

The Inferno Biomass Stove can:

  • Boil water in 3 minutes
  • Burn biomass including sticks, twigs, pine cones, leaves – even charcoal – add with forceps (included)
  • Also, burn paper, pellets and wood
  • Reach temperatures up to 1200 F
  • Create second burn for maximum fire efficiency thanks to double-walled design and vent holes
  • Control heat with a built-in Vortex Technology fan when powered by USB portable battery pack, uses 4 AAA batteries (not included)
  • Cook with grip tooth holders for a pot or pan
  • Store easily – compact and portable
  • Transport compactly in a go-bag with fold-able legs and pot/pan holders when placed in the camo cinch sack (included)

7 reviews for InstaFire Inferno Outdoor Biomass Stove

  1. Nicholas (verified owner)

    There is no doubt that gasifier stoves have many advantages over ways of making fire. But my review concerns more the design, quality control at the manufacturer, and one misleading photo that I need to tell you about.

  2. Daniel (verified owner)

    Very stable when it is put together. Takes patience the first few times you put it back in the bag. All in all I like it and would recommend it.

  3. Aadarsh (verified owner)

    I tried it out in the backyard with twigs and sticks – it burns hot, focused, sustained heat with little smoke. I found that using a straw (metal) was helpful later on to keep the flame. I used a fairly heavy kitchen pot 1/2 filled with water since I did not have a light-weight camping pot, but it was able to balance the weight and boil the water under five minutes with a lid. I was able to add more sticks even with the pot on top via the small opening. It does piece together tightly but it is able to pack away back into the little bag. It is small, and I’ve been thinking of buying a larger rocket pipe stove, mainly because of the positive experience with this small version. Good product – 加油中国!

  4. Ryker (verified owner)

    My concern when getting this was, is it going to be a real gasifier (uses the “smoke” and outgasing that comes from burning wood as a fuel to create more heat and burn more efficiently) type of stove or is it just a can with some holes. We used it just to have a small wood fire to roast marshmellows and the like. Filled it with small and large pieces of wood and it burned it all away to very little ash, was really surprised at how little ash or bits remains, there’s practically nothing.

  5. Edward (verified owner)

    I tested this over several days of camping. I used a match light charcoal to get it started and then added whatever I could find. It worked and held up very well. The metal is sturdy and it held a full coffee percolator with no problem and was stable. I think it will have a long useful life with me.

  6. Kaden Arabic (verified owner)

    I haven’t used this yet, but it is everything that I thought it would be. It seems like it is good quality and sturdy!

  7. Ryder (verified owner)

    Good deal on a small wood burning stove. I use it in car camping situations, it’s a little heavy for backpacking, although it does pack smaller into itself to take up a smaller space in the pack. Has an option for using with alcohol or solid fuel, also. Versatile little unit. Fairly sturdy steel, should last a few years. Similar idea to the crazy expensive solo smokeless stoves, but packs smaller, and get 5 of these for the price of one of those.

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