Last week I tried out BioLite's CookStove, which uses sticks for fuel and has a battery-powered fan to create a hot flame that rivals gas camping stoves.
BioLite just introduced a new version of its CampStove, which is similar to the CookStove, but it has the extra feature of generating electricity from heat and storing it in its battery pack. The battery can charge the fan and charge any USB powered device as well. The video above shows how it works. I love the way it looks, and how it folds neatly into the included cloth bag. BioLite puts a lot of care into their products.
It's designed to work with the BioLite KettlePot (though you can use any old pot, really), and the Campstove Grill Attachment (to grill food).
Ben Z, the lead engineer behind the CampStove 2, is the host of the video above and will be hosting a FB Live session
at 1pm ET today.
Awesome dad of the year goes to this little stinker’s poppa.
The FTC and the Justice Department are investigating claims that TikTok, the popular social media app with close ties to China, violated a 2019 agreement to protect children’s privacy.
The band had to stop and let him flex 😄🙌🏽 pic.twitter.com/aBRub7ThzP — E-zrael Ani (@EzraelAni) June 14, 2020 This kid is incredible.
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