The Outfitter Stove package is a convenient way to get started with this stove. Our Outfitter Stove is the camp cook’s favorite and is perfect for base camp and extra cold conditions.
This stove is 28″L x 16″W x 13″H and 23.5″ tall with the legs attached, it has a 5″ stovepipe hole and a volume of 2.5 cu. Ft. The stove pipe comes with 5 pieces that are 22″ each. when it is put together it is 8″ 6″ of length. The Outfitter is designed for tents 15′ x 15′ to 16′ x 20′ and will hold heat for 9-10 hours.
Included in the Outfitter package is the Outifitter Stove, warming tray, 5 gal. water heater, nesting stovepipe, spark arrestor, stovepipe damper and legs for the stove. The 5″ stovepipe hole is the standard size, 4″ and 6″ holes are available as well however they carry a $15 custom order fee.
The Outfitter Cylinder Stove is air tight creating a nice even burn overnight. The cylinder of the Outfitter Stove is constructed form a rolled piece of steel, not from a piece of pipe or a barrel. The design is made to be warp free.
Cylinder Stoves is the only manufacturer of tent stoves that guarantees their tent stoves for life.
The innovative construction and design of Cylinder Stoves make it the preferred tent stove for hunting and camping designed by people who hunt and camp and have tested the stoves in extreme and everyday environments. Whether traveling horseback or by pickup a Cylinder Stove is convenient. There is less maintenance and fuel when using a Cylinder Stove. With the 1/8″ steel used in the Cylinder Stove it gives more radiant heat and holds the heat longer and is warp free as well. The quality of Cylinder Stoves speaks for itself, they are tough and built to last. The Cylinder Stove is designed to be easy to use. All the edges, corners and rough spots are ground smooth with the joints welded tight. The door and top of the stove are constructed with .135, 10 gauge steel. The body, legs and the rest are built from .105; 12 gauge and .075; 14 gauge steel with the cylinder formed from rolled steel, not from a piece of pipe or a barrel.
The Cylinder Stove has welded braces on the underneath for a flat cooking surface for a warp free design. The square frame for the door is welded to the inside insuring a tight seal and keeping the door flat. The stove is virtually warp free with the round cylinder design by allowing the stove to uniformly expand and contract. The ashes will settle at the bottom of the cylinder which prevents the stove from burnout and keeps the heat off of the tent floor.