Silverfire Scout

Macaroon

A bemused & bewildered
Jan 5, 2013
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I'm a big fan of Tlud stoves, and that looks like a great design, and $60 is not bad; I wonder how much by the time it gets to us here, though?..I'm sure you'll love it!
 

Boucaneer

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Dec 2, 2012
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Not as good as the original maybe, but a cheap knock off from China selling on EBay here, item number 400777791316

It's selling for around 8 quid, no idea about how long postage is though.




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Boucaneer

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Dec 2, 2012
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I do like the looks of Silverfire products though.

I have been looking at the Silverfire Hunter.
http://www.thesurvivalgardener.com/silverfire-hunter-review-a-super-efficient-tlud-stove/



I am thinking about removing the white inner insulation material wrapped around the outside of the burn chamber and using it as a wood burner for heating a small room. Of course a carbon monoxide alarm would be in place.

I hope this may deem a worthy heater solution, to use small dead dried branches, twigs and wood pellets as a fuel for heating and cooking.

I may a bid on one at EBay, again another Chinese knock off that's used and dented. So maybe a safely held experiment may be tried with it.




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Boucaneer

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Dec 2, 2012
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Here is a guy in America using the Silverfire Hunter as a wood burner heater, but he didn't mention about removing the inner heat insulation though, I'm hoping that may help expel more heat into the room also.

Of course, yet again, a Carbon monoxide alarm should be used. I've had carbon monoxide poisoning and it makes one feel drunk and tripping and lightheaded/tired in its early stages, luckily it was noticed. So once burnt, twice shy. 😊

http://youtu.be/1OZgiXp1Jio


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