Hot Tent Stoves

Discover unparalleled warmth and comfort in the wilderness with our Premium Hot Tent Stove, exclusively at Big Horn Golfer. Expertly designed for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts, this stove is your ultimate companion for cold-weather outings. Key Features: Efficient Heating: Our... Read more

Discover unparalleled warmth and comfort in the wilderness with our Premium Hot Tent Stove, exclusively at Big Horn Golfer. Expertly designed for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts, this stove is your ultimate companion for cold-weather outings.

Key Features:

  • Efficient Heating: Our stove ensures consistent and powerful heating, turning your tent into a cozy retreat even in the chilliest conditions.
  • Durable Construction: Crafted with high-grade materials, it withstands the rigors of outdoor use, promising reliability for years to come.
  • Portable Design: Lightweight and compact, it's effortlessly transportable, making it perfect for your hunting expeditions and outdoor adventures.
  • Easy to Use: With a straightforward setup and user-friendly operation, you'll spend less time fiddling with your stove and more time enjoying the great outdoors.
  • Eco-Friendly: Our stove is designed to minimize environmental impact, ensuring a sustainable and responsible way to stay warm.
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Top questions about our Hot Tent Stoves collection

Burn Times: Caminus M and S Stoves

The burn time for the stoves depends on several factors:

1. The intensity at which the customer sets the stove to burn.
2. The type of fuel used.

For the Caminus M stove, the burning time is normally 2-4 hours. For the Caminus S stove, the burning time is typically 2-3 hours.

Burn Times: Winnerwell stoves

Burn times are hard to estimate with wood stoves since there are many variables that can change the length of time. Each type of wood has its own burn time and depending on the outside temperature and the user's level of experience, the burn time could be much longer or shorter. Generally we have found that about 60-90 minutes is the time the logs will either need to be adjusted or logs added. Depending on someone's skill level at building fires we have heard of a burn lasting 5 hours till it completely burnt out, but we don't know all of the variables that allowed that customers to achieve that burn time. Sorry there is no quantitative answer