The Kombuis combines a stove with a pan and a pot, that all flock together inside a rig that is merely bigger than a one-liter mug. Using this set, you can keep a stove and a cooking pot in your backpack, all while being portable. Meaning, you get more space for other supplies. It’s an outstanding gear for almost any camper, hiker, and outdoor lover who are trying to pack light.
The Kombuis features a minimalist stove coming in three pieces: a round body with an opening on the side, a functional side tube, as well as a grille. Just put the side tube into the opening on the side of the stove, and then put in the grille on its side tube. The concept is to put all the fuel on the side cylinder right on top of that grille, enabling air to flow under the fuel to help assist in its burning. Mixed with a similar grille right above the bottom part of the stove, it can make quite a huge fire, allowing you to cook all sorts of meals while you’re out in the wild.
The side tube is big enough to keep a heap of sticks and twigs that you may use as fuel, to help you simply pile as much as it handles. All the fuel is kept at a 45-degree angle, incidentally, so the sticks will slip down as the remainder of their body burns, helping to make for an effective self-feeding style. All those stove components are made to nest inside the added pot, making transporting the setup a substantially handy matter.