Winnerwell wood-burning stoves and accessories are built to last and perform in the field. Ideal for use in camp and in stove compatible shelters such as canvas tents, teepees, tiny homes, and other recreational shelters, Winnerwell stoves are a dependable heating and cooking solution.
STAINLESS STEEL TENT STOVES
Precision crafted in 304 stainless steel, the Nomad and Woodlander designs set a new standard in portable wood burning stoves. 304 stainless steel is incredibly corrosion resistant and stands up well to high heat, making it the perfect material for a durable wood stove used in harsh outdoor environments.
FASTFOLD TITANIUM WOOD STOVE
Ultra-light, highly packable, and easy to assemble in the field thanks to the innovative FastFold design, the Winnerwell FastFold Titanium Stove has no rival. Discover the go-to tent stove for backcountry hunters, skiers, and adventurers.
STOVE ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS
Winnerwell stoves are incredibly versatile thanks to the wide range of available accessories. Elbows, double-wall pipes, and flashing kits allow you to build a custom stove kit perfect for your shelter. Water tanks, ovens, and cookware provide cooking utility.
My friends introduced me to this stove a few years ago and I couldn’t wait to get 1 of my own. I couldn’t resist doing a trial run the day it was delivered! This will be a great addition to my camp setup! Great heat, awesome ambience from the flames through the windows, super clean burn with minimal smoke, and the portability is an added bonus!
First fire, I never did get it to get hot. Second I got it to get over 400 degrees. Third fire I was working to keep the low glow from becoming a bright glow. It was 28 outside and I got the tent up to 90 degrees. I was approaching sauna temp.
Still learning, main step is cleaning out the ashes to keep good air flow.
When it working you can hear a low roar in the chamber. As a recovering engineer, that’s 😎!
Many times I thought it was about to take off and I set a water kettle on it and the temp dropped fast.
I love it. Almost as much as the in line stove. Got go I have fresh bread coming out. Camp bread, warms the soul.
For the last couple years I've been keeping the stove in the original box. This is largely sufficient but when you take in the need for accessories, multiple containers need to be added.
This bag holds everything. Extra pipes, water tank, and the heat mat. It has significantly simplified the situation.
Beautiful looking stove. Have not got to use yet, waiting for more stove pipe to come in. Tent that I use is pretty tall. Will give better review when I can use it.
I received my Woodlander double view large stove and hot tent bundle recently. No plans for hot tenting this winter. Still saving up for my Springbar purshase this summer. I've made a couple of fires in the Woodlander while working outside in my dooryard as I finish winterizing my home. So far it's been a snap to get a fire going every time. It's nice to warm up by the stove when working outdoors here in Western Maine. The bottom flue with the damper warped slightly after the first burn. No big deal. It also lends quite a bit of atmosphere while eating supper since the fire is visible from my kitchen window thanks to those double glass viewing windows. I imagine while camping in summertime using the stove outdoors seems like a better option than most State Park campsite fire rings, which never draft well anyway. When I get the pipe stove my meal options will increase dramatically when camping. I'm liking what I've seen so far with the stove.
very well made solid product. very impressed. well worth the money.
My silicon also split and cracked after a few uses... now it's completely falling apart. Customer support said I needed to have a photo to prove I didn't set it up incorrectly, which I did not happen to take... When I was taking apart my tent/stove I noticed all the cracking/splitting but I had to get out of camp so I did not stop to take an "in action" photo... I happened to reads Matt's comment after I was going to re-order, but I don't want to waste another $60... Hmmm what else to use for my classic jack 140....
90 Degree Pipe Section - 3.5"
If I could give 10 stars I would!! Thank you so much for the gloves!!!
I made breakfast sandwiches wrapped them in aluminum foil and froze them before I took off on a 13 day steelhead camping trip. Each morning I would put one of these sandwiches in the oven . Game changer !! The oven got hot in no time and was easy to keep at a high temp. I can’t wait to see what else I can bake in this oven.
This is exactly what we have been looking for. Well-made, excellent quality. My husband finally got home and we inspected and assembled it, and much to our delight it is better than we expected. Looking forward to getting a lot of use out of it during our camping excursions.
Really slick! Leaves very little wood unburnt at the end of the day, making cleanup a heck of a lot easier.
It's best to disassemble the chimney sections while they are still a little warm. If you wait until they are quite cold, they can be difficult to separate. I never had any problem in shoulder season conditions.
Extremely happy with the quality and performance. I didn't order any accessories at first because I wanted to be sure I wasn't wasting money. Now I'm in the process of buying all those " extras " lol
The first one I recieved had a bum leg that wouldn't deploy, but when I contacted the vendor they sent a new one right away. That means a lot to me--it's not that problem could never happen: it's that when a problem did happen, the fixed it right away and fixed it right. I'm grateful for that service!
The stove itself is an absolute joy to run! While I admint rolling the chimney the first time is "murder" -- after it's baked in once it is much easier to roll in both the short stack and the long stack. The stove is solid, easy to assemble, super-light, and makes a great cooktop among many other advantages.
I predict a lifelong period of enjoyment with this stove.