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Honey Stove Review (2009 Version)

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A Review of the Honey Stove (2009 version) a wood burning stove with a difference. This multi-fuel stove has a superb design which allows you to dismantle the stove and pack it away completely flat.
You can use this stove in conjunction with other stoves or fuels, meths stoves or with hexamane blocks for example.

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Comments (5)
5 Monday, 15 August 2011 16:02
Dan XF
Had to buy one of these after seeing this review. Heavier than I thought but so satisfying to use. I keep using it out in the garden and even did a curry on it the other night. The hint of wood smoke in the other flavours was just perfect. Just need a little plate to hold the white bos in place in the square set up and it will be the canis testiculari.
4 Tuesday, 28 December 2010 21:32
Luke Sapsed
Great review Ashley. Received one from Santa, so looking forward to trying it out.

3 Tuesday, 28 December 2010 18:29
Kieran Broadfield
I love the stove.
I love your cup aswell!
2 Sunday, 26 December 2010 11:10
Ashley Cawley
lol Matt - no honey on Christmas? A certain little lass told me on Christmas eve that she went for a different make compass than the one I recommended to, hope it's ok! All the best,
1 Sunday, 26 December 2010 10:14
An excellent review Ash, as Santa must of mislaid my letter re the Honey Stove it looks like I'll be ringing Bob soon myself ;)

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