If you picture a metal bucket the size of a small bear canister when you hear the word "wood stove", check out the Bushcooker LT. I think this just might be the smallest wood stove on the market. But, it's more than just a wood stove. Bring some Alcohol or Esbit along because the Bushcooker can burn those too! In this video, I demonstrate its wood-burning capabilities but there's a quick shot of it's mesmerizing "cyclone" flame pattern when being used with alcohol.
I really like this little gem because of it's compactness. But, because its so compact, I've found that you need to use really small wood (twig size is best). If you put pieces that are too big, the stove might not perform. Also, in order to feed wood into the burning chamber while it's running, tall, narrow pots work best. If you want to use a wide pot, I would suggest using one with a bail handle. Then, just take the pot off, throw in some wood, and put the pot back on.
The stove is designed and manufactured by FourDog Stoves in Minnesota.
Weight: 2.5 oz.
Boil Time: 6-7 min. (wood)