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PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 2011 8:15 pm 
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Finally the Black November Generation III Ultralite Tent Stoves are available for purchase. These stainless steel stoves pack down to an astonishing 2.5" x 12", and weigh in at a mere 1.6 lbs. They come standard with a 68" chimney, internal flue system, spark arrestor, assembly guide, and 1000d Cordova drawstring bag. [Molle add $15].

Check out the assembly guide here!!!: Assembly Guide

Currently I am only accepting Paypal at: danielpmalone@gmail.com

In-stock: 0 qty (Not taking any more sales)
Price: $140 (Includes Shipping)

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This small package assembles to fully functional stainless steel stove with a 68" chimney, internal flue system, and spark arrestor.

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Base able to accommodate a USGI Meat can.
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Assembled with door open.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 2011 8:55 pm 
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just ordered one... will do a complete review and vid. once it arrives. can't wait!

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 2011 9:38 pm 
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I just have no use for a stove but I gotta say those are pretty badass. Awesome job!

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Damn dude, very nice!
Offering these up on the board (in the winter no less) at $140, and only 4 in stock... you must be crazy! I would buy one at that price, even if I haven't settled with my main winter shelter to use it in ATM and the slush fund is low. Surely you aren't considering gear trades.... 'eh? :wink:

WYo,
Looking forward to your eval on it, what tipi of yours are you thinkin' for a base test?

Sir, I'm diggin' it.
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WYo,
Looking forward to your eval on it, what tipi of yours are you thinkin' for a base test?





probably a sil 3 or 5 man. i'm going to be using this stove for my spring antler hunts and need things as light as possible since i plan on coming out heavier than going in.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:21 pm 
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6UNF1GHTER wrote:
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Damn dude, very nice!
Offering these up on the board (in the winter no less) at $140, and only 4 in stock... you must be crazy!
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Thanks, I will produce more stoves after these ones sell.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 2011 11:31 pm 
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Sil tipi eh? With this particular stove setup it seems like a good combination to keep the weight at a minimum level and still stay warm.
The only thing I've been trying to wrap my brain around on this shape of stove for cooking/boiling duties. I've got some ideas how to possibly achieve that to a better extent, with some separate additions.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 12:29 am 
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I got to see Black November's tent stove in action during the ZS:005 chapter Wintergeddon camping trip this winter, and it is a sweet piece of gear! :D

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Nice looking kit!

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Great job on these, BN. Price point is awesome for the kit.

I think you'll have no problems moving your inventory.



When you gonna do a write up on that hooped tarp you've got with hammock setup? That's some cool shit too!
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6UNF1GHTER wrote:
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Sil tipi eh? With this particular stove setup it seems like a good combination to keep the weight at a minimum level and still stay warm.
The only thing I've been trying to wrap my brain around on this shape of stove for cooking/boiling duties. I've got some ideas how to possibly achieve that to a better extent, with some separate additions.



where there's a will there's a way. i have a few ideas.

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That is one of the most impressive new products I have seen in a while.

Honestly, If I hadn't just dropped a butt load of cash on other preps I would pick one up, like, today. I like the concept and the visual that much. 8)

Great job, Black November! Great price as well. Can't wait to see a review. I bet it works as good as it looks. :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:14 am 
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Did you work out a spark arrester system? Per the new guidelines gear can only be sold in the trading post and then by members (which you are) however technically you’re also a manufacture/dealer and the forums allows them to post their goods/services if zombie/BOG related. So I will leave the thread as is but may review the policy with the Administrators/Arbiters/Mods if they have any issues or questions.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:24 am 
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Woods Walker wrote:
Did you work out a spark arrester system? Per the new guidelines gear can only be sold in the trading post and then by members (which you are) however technically you’re also a manufacture/dealer and the forums allows them to post their goods/services if zombie/BOG related. So I will leave the thread as is but may review the policy with the administrators/mods.


This stove does include a spark arrester system now, and I am happy to comply with any policy or form standards if necessary.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:41 am 
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Black November wrote:
This stove does include a spark arrester system now.


I would strongly recommend an inline spark screen. It wouldn’t change the design or performance at all beyond a small initial reduction in draft. There should be a photo of one in the homemade stove thread. I think someone posted a pic of one that Ed T uses. I have a photo of the screen I use someplace if you can’t find it in that thread,

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Woods Walker wrote:
Black November wrote:
This stove does include a spark arrester system now.


I would strongly recommend an inline spark screen. It wouldn’t change the design or performance at all beyond a small initial reduction in draft. There should be a photo of one in the homemade stove thread. I think someone posted a pic of one that Ed T uses. I have a photo of the screen I use someplace if you can’t find it in that thread,



This stove already comes with a spark arrester screen. :)

All the parts can be found by clicking the assembly guide link above.

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Black November wrote:
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Black November wrote:
This stove does include a spark arrester system now.


I would strongly recommend an inline spark screen. It wouldn’t change the design or performance at all beyond a small initial reduction in draft. There should be a photo of one in the homemade stove thread. I think someone posted a pic of one that Ed T uses. I have a photo of the screen I use someplace if you can’t find it in that thread,



This stove already comes with a spark arrester screen. :)

All the parts can be found by clicking the assembly guide link above.

Oh snap. :oops:

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i've been pricing stainless and this is a great buy for as much ss is needed to build.

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Nice work on the stove and the PDF. I've been looking at your design to try and shrink my stove a bit more. Currently I use a roll up stove with end plates but by removing the end plates and going for 100% roll up one can significantly reduce the pack size (exactly like your design). Nice work at a nice price.

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awesome stove arrived in the mail today. very fast and professional service from Black November. the stove in the roll is compact and well made. very nice and detailed instructions! he even shipped priority! i will get a review posted ASAP. Thanks Black November!

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 25, 2011 9:59 pm 
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i love shit like this!

great job BN! i hope you do well. great looking stove, and the PDF looks great too! :)

living in FL i dont have much use for a wood stove, but when you design and build a 1.6lb air conditioner ill be the first to buy! :P


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:17 pm 
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So, there I was designing (in my mind) a Tipi stove for the Tipi I'm building, and ran into your design. All I can say is Brilliant! Seriously. I hope you don't mind, but, I like to build (at least attempt) my stuff. Your design answers many of the flaws in the 'other' stove types, and completely simplifies set up.

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Thanks everyone for all your positive feed-back.

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