What do you get when you take a camping stove and a traditional woodburner, then shrink it down to a compact, 37-pound unit? The Frontier Plus, a tiny yet hardworking portable stove that is perfect for small houses, tents, sheds or backyards.
What this stove lacks in size, it makes up for in efficiency. With the Frontier Plus, you can cook multiple pans at once, meaning you can boil water in a kettle, fry up some bacon, and scramble eggs all at the same time. And with its long flue, it’s surprisingly easy to install the Frontier Plus in a small enclosed space, meaning it can double as a heater.
The whole unit packs into itself for easy transportation, too.
Created by Anevay, a UK-based company with a passion for portable stoves, the Frontier Plus recently came to life after a successful Kickstarter campaign that raised more than $100,000 CAD. Although the stove will likely attract campers and glampers, its original purpose was to help in disaster zones. So far, Anevay has sent more than 12,000 of the stoves to various disaster areas and hopes to send even more in the future.
At around $600 CAD, the Frontier Plus is well worth the investment. And bonus: it’s so darn cute.
Below you’ll find photos and details from the Kickstarter campaign: