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.
Great product as always!
I've fired it up 3 times now learning to use it. Doesn't take much wood to get it hot. I got a wood burning stove top thermometer so as to not overheat it. Planning to use it in my bell tent for a week long hunting trip this winter that I got snowed on last year where it got down to 7°F. I almost feel like it should have a chimney damper... but the inlet air damper seems to do most of the work. I wish the remote air could tie into the triple wall pipe so I don't have to poke another hole into my tent... I'll probably mod it and try it out. Overall very happy. It isn't cold enough here to really get an idea how well it's going to work yet... but here's to hoping. Makes great pancakes.
Completely awesome quality! Highly recommended. Absolutely great customer service.
It’s perfectly made to fit. Absolutely solid, works exactly as it should.
Recently purchased a large woodlander stove, carry bag, pipe oven, floor mat and double wall stove pipe for a 16’ Montana canvas bell tent. Great quality, fit and finish. Did our 1st burn on the patio and installed in the tent. I was apprehensive of the size due to other stoves being a lot bigger but Couldnt be happier with the purchase :) I see many camp trips with it in our future :) thanks
I am really going to like this, don't have to use a kettle to warm water
I use the double view stove with seasoned firewood in my tent and cabin. The stove burns very well and coupled with its many accessories it is a great camp kitchen stove. With the medium water tank it will boil water in about fifteen minutes. The pipe oven allows us to cook more variety of things and frees up much needed stove space. The stove alone is great for searing, simmering, sautéing, and frying food. To make my stove more user friendly for my cabin, I very simply lined the top plate and the edges of the door with stove door gasket. This ensured that little to no smoke escapes, it also tightened up the stove and allowed for better damper control.
I used the oven with my double view medium stove and seasoned firewood. I was very happy with the oven, I can get the oven up to 550 degrees for a short time (broil) or hold lower temperatures like 300-450 for long periods of time. The stove fits two small aluminum Weber grill trays that are handy for beans, oven bake mac and cheese, lasagna, etc. Its also great for frozen food, hand pies, pasties and potatoes. The oven also helps immensely to radiate heat throughout a cabin or tent if the door is left open.
I have a winter tent and small cabin that I use the medium double view stove in. With seasoned firewood the medium water tank boils within fifteen minutes. The water also stays hot for a few hours after the stove dies down in the middle of the night. It seems to help heat the tent long after the stove has cooled to the touch.
The large water tank fits my WoodlanderPlus External Air (L-sized) stove.
Improvements could integrate the ability for this stove to allow for side fitment in addition to the already well fitting stove pipe integration.
Got the stove, easily set it up, and burned it in. It was immediately apparent that going with the double view was the right decision. Love the light it gives off in the tent. So much nicer than just a cylinder that gives off heat.
Quick question can you use the feeder tray on her stove without the stand it sits on ? Thanks
The quality of this stainless steel and thickness used in building this stove is exceptional. This includes the pipes and accessories. AISI stands for American Iron And Steel Institute and the Type 304 stainless steel is the best stainless steel available and this stove is all of that and more. This is the stainless steel used in the professional kitchens everywhere.
It’s still too warm to fire it up for the first time, but I can say the welds are excellent and welds are ground smooth and the hinges are heavy duty.
Be careful watching the videos. This stove NO LONGER comes with a pipe brush and the exterior wire and clips to secure the pipe to the Classic Jack 140 tent which I also purchased. I purchased the wire brush separately and it’s very nice.
A also purchased the triple wall pipe that goes between the tent shield, but I’m worried about cutting the hole in proper location to vent the pipe out of the tent.
I’m going to do that this week. I will let everyone know how that goes.
Love this stove. Looks and functions great!
Nomad - Large