Dubbed the Frontier Plus and made by Cornwall, UK based company Anevay, this lightweight stove features a larger flue than other portable wood stoves, as well as a glass window on its front door.
According to the Frontier Plus’ Kickstarter page, the flue is (a relatively large) 4 inches in diameter, which gives it a stronger updraft to vent out fumes. For better tweaking of your fire, there’s a secondary air control on the door to adjust how much heat is generated, so even small spaces won’t be overheated. There are adjustable legs and a removable top plate that allows you to cook multiple things.
The stove comes with five flue sections, which can be carried inside the stove, and when fully assembled, can measure up to 2.5 metres (8.2 feet) high, depending on where you place the flue (angled flue sections are also available for people who want the flue to exit out a side wall). Anevay is also intending to offer an insulated flue sections for people who don’t want to cut holes in their tent:
Insulated flue sections which will allow you to take the flue through the zip-up side flaps of a bell tent or tipi, without having to cut any holes. You’ll just need to zip up the mesh/canvas tabs around the insulated flue section.
The Frontier Plus is a newer, improved model over the company’s previous offering, The Frontier, which was initially designed as a solution for areas stricken by natural disasters like Haiti, but has developed a strong following among recreational campers too. So far, they’ve sent 12,000 of the original stoves all over the globe.
The early bird pricing for a Frontier Plus is set at £280 (USD $430), which may seem pricey, but if the extra-large flue, secondary air control and the glass window are major advantages for you, then it might be well worth it. In addition, there’s also another reward where for an extra $100, they will send an identical stove to a family in need in Nepal. For more information, visit Frontier Plus’ Kickstarter page and Anevay.