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CookStove Hiking Stove

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

Imagine not having to take any fuel on your adventure, and still being able to cook up gourmet trail meals. You can use any twigs, sticks or pinecones that you pick up along the way cook your meals with the BioLite CookStove.

This innovation eliminates the need to buy and ration fuel, so you don't have to go without that extra round of tea. To use it simply charge the internal battery via USB outlet before you head on your trip, and you'll have whole weekend’s worth of cooking and campfires without all the smoke. 

Using this stove will preserve space and keep your gear stash light, plus its flames are hyper-efficient which puts it on par with any gas stove. This stove is a great pick for couples or small families who want to take a more sustainable approach to outdoor cooking. 

  • Four fan speed settings to control flame size
  • Uses renewable biomass fuel
  • Battery life: 8 hours (high) to 30 hours (low) 
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In Use Dimensions:
21.01L x 11.43W x 11.43D cm
Packed Dimensions:
19.7L x 11.43W x 11.43D cm
Steel Body | Plastic Airflow Unit
No. of Burners:
1L Boil Time:
4.5 mins
Fuel Type:
USB Rechargeable
Battery Life:
Low 30 hrs | Turbo 10 hrs
0.725 Kg
Suggested Use:
Camping | Hiking
1 Year
Staff tip:Just to cover our bums, we need to mention that the portable grill and kettle pot are separate items.
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Sep 25 2017

Updated review. Thumbs up

Yes. All good with my new biolite stove. I try to keep the wood no higher than 3/4 the way up the chamber and at level 2 with the fan. Level 4 till it really catches on and the initial smoke dissappears then turn it down to 2. See how it goes from there. So far, as I thought it should prove, to be an awesome pice of equipment.

- Armadale
Aug 03 2017

Spend a bit more

The plastic hook that the fan unit uses to mount onto the stove melted and fused to the stove the first time I used it. I will be getting another biolite stove. They are awesome pieces of equipment but this particular model has that design flaw

- Armadale, VIC
Response from Snowys Aug 07 2017

G'day Mark,

Wow - I've never seen that happen before. Very unusual to see and not at all a reflection of Biolite quality. Would you mind sending our Warranties Manager, Nick an email at with photos of the damage and a run down of what happened and we'll look to do what we can to help you out. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Cheers, Ben

Hello, can this stove be used during fire bans? Sorry if that's a silly question.1 answer

Often during fire bans there is a sign @ the national park saying no wood fires (or maybe no open fires), fuel stoves only. Wasn't sure which category this falls into.

- Stafford(4 months ago)

G'day Susan,

It all depends on local regulations and how they define their terminology. Typically speaking, however, the Biolite CookStove Hiking Stove cannot be used during fire bans and is considered an open/wood fire.

- Snowys(4 months ago)

Does this stove come wiht the attachments shown in the pictures: the little grill plate and what looks like a jug?1 answer

Does this Biolite stove come wiht the attachments shown in the pictures: the little grill plate and what looks like a jug?

- Russell Island (10 months ago)

G'day Sharon, 

I've just checked the stock that we have of this stove, and it seems that the portable grill and kettle pot as shown in the 4th and 5th images are actually separate items that don't come included with the BioLite CookStove.

I do apologise if that was confusing, I've added a note under the product description, and I'll make sure we update those images to reflect the correct details Sharon. 

- Snowys(10 months ago)
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