Are you ready for your camping trip?Have you decided how you’ll prepare your meals?
If you’re not a fan of campfires, one of the most essential items on your checklist should be a camping stove, but do you know how to choose a good one?
When it comes to buying a camping stove, you need to consider factors such as where you’ll be using the stove, the distance you’ll be traveling, durability, cost, and the availability and additional cost of the fuel source required for that stove.
Speaking of fuel, wood is one of the best options. Wood is easy to source even if you’re on the go. It’s also very light, making it ideal for long distance hikes.
Moreover, nothing comes cheaper than free wood in the form of fallen trees or branches. So, it’s a great choice if you don’t like the idea of costly fuels.
These two brands have several models of wood-burning camping stoves, so many, in fact, that we can’t review them all.
Instead, we’re going to compare two of their best-selling units the Ohuhu Wood-burning Camping Stove and the Solo Stove Lite Wood-burning Backpacking Stove and see how they stack against up in a camp-cooker showoff.