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We're already well-acquainted with BioLite's ingenious brand of biofuel-burning (and gadget-charging) camp stoves. The startup's newest offering though, takes the original CampStove and turns it into a grillmaster's group-friendly dream.
Under most circumstances, the combination of trees and fire would be the stuff nightmares are made of — or dreams, for the pyromaniacs among us. But in eight days, the brilliant minds behind BioLite are going to be harnessing the power of fire with a giant, custom-built CampStove a full 200 times larger than its commercial counterpart, all to light up one glorious Christmas tree.
The team at Biolite, who brought you the ingenious Camp Stove that also charges gadgets, have returned with a new way to heat your outdoorsy eats and drinks. This month, the company is introducing the KettlePot, which is — you guessed it! — a kettle and a pot combined into one very convenient vessel.
The first time we saw the BioLite camping stove, it was a fantastic idea that seemed sadly like vapourware. Now it's real, redesigned, available for sale at $US130, and will be awesome for wilderness geeks everywhere.
Giz covered the Biolite stove a couple of years back, noting that it was a cool idea that was destined for developing countries only. A few years down the track and it's on sale for everyone.