Wednesday, November 15, 2023

The WEIRDEST Heater You Have EVER Seen - FireMaple Sunflower Stove and H...

Wait, this is a stove and a heater?

This is the Sunflower Stove and Heater from the company known as FireMaple and this is Luke's first look at a very unique product.

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Sunflower Stove Details

Dimensions :
Unfolded : 7.1 x 6.6 x 4.9”
Folded : 6.5 x 4.5 x 3.2”

Weight with case : 2lbs
Weight without case : 1.7lbs 

Power : 6,141BTU’s
Fuel Type : Isobutane Gas Mixture - I asked about pure propane and they said no.

Materials: Stainless Steel : Aluminium Alloy; Copper; FPM; Ceramics

Cost : Retail is $108.  Currently on sale at the time of filming for $90 as part of a sale. 

Claims :
- Engineered for enthusiasts, it's your two-in-one solution for efficient heating and versatile cooking

Caution: This product is not advised for use within tents.

Boil Time : Boiling 0.5 liter of water in just 3min30s, consumption 2.6g
Thanks to Sunflower heater's cutting-edge infrared technology, you get powerful, consistent heat that's also naturally wind-resistant. Perfect for those icy fishing expeditions, unforgettable camping trips, or any winter adventure where you refuse to compromise on comfort!

¼ screw thread Expansion connector on the bottom of the stove so it can be attached to a tripod - that’s what the company states - this is interesting and would get the stove up to a higher point which would make it easier to use. Every tripod that I have ever used is taller than the length of the fuel hose - does this really make sense?

Needs to be kept 3.2ft away to prevent burning
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