Built to last, these airtight stoves are made of welded 1⁄8" steel that holds heat longer and gives off more radiant heat than sheet-metal designs. Welded braces underneath the stove surfaces keep them flat and warp-free. Rounded main cylinders allow for uniform expansion and contraction while helping ashes settle to the bottom to prevent burnout. Recessed stove pipe holes are offset for a larger cooking surface. Damper baffle plates on the inside of the door reduce the escape of puffing smoke and sparks. The legs are 1⁄2"-diameter threaded pipe that tighten or loosen to level the stove. Attachments on both sides accommodate warming trays and water heaters. Both models are finished with heat-resistant black stove paint. Spruce holds heat for 4-6 hours. Timberline holds heat for 6-7 hours. All components stow in the stoves for transport. Packages include a set of 12" legs, brass faucet, warming tray, water heater, stovepipe, stovepipe damper, spark arrestor, wire handle for the stove and a coal grate. Made in USA. Available:
Spruce Stove – 24"L x 14"W x 11"H. 22"H assembled. Wt: 42 lbs.
Spruce Stove Package
Timberline Stove – 26"L x 16"W x 13"H. 23-1/2"H assembled. Wt: 54 lbs.