Outdoorsmen prefer Cylinder Stoves because of their innovative design and construction. Cylinder Stoves was the first to manufacture an outdoor stove with an innovative cylinder design. The cylinder design, along with a combination of 10, 12, and 14 gauge steel means a warp free stove which customers report holds heat longer. You'll spend less in maintenance and save money on fuel.
All Accessories fit inside of Stove for Storage
Since it's beginnings in 1989 Cylinder Stoves has been committed to making better stoves by continually improving design and construction techniques. Built in the mountains of Southern Utah, Cylinder Stoves are crafted by hunting and camping folks who know what is expected of a good camp stove and have put them to the test in many different conditions, both ordinary and extreme.
Every part of a Cylinder Stove and its accessories are designed to be easy to use, yet strong enough to LAST. All joints are completely welded, corners are rounded, and rough or sharp edges are ground smooth. The top and door are made of 10 gauge (.135) steel, the rest is made of 12 gauge(.105) steel and 14 gauge(.075) steel. The round cylinder is a rolled piece of steel, not a barrel or piece of pipe.
The top of the stove has braces welded underneath it to keep the cooking surface flat. The door has a square frame welded to the inside to keep it flat and insure a tight seal against the stove. The rounded cylinder allows the stove to expand and contract uniformly, virtually eliminating any warpage in the body of the stove. Ashes settle to the bottom of the round cylinder, keeping heat off tent floor and preventing stove burnout.