BioLite Camp Cook Kit
Item No. 750850
BioLite Camp Cook Kit is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 59.
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BioLite Camp Cook Kit

BioLite Camp Cook Kit is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 59.
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Item No. 750850
$239.95 $249.99
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Cook, boil, grill and charge with this outdoor camp kitchen. Generate electricity and create smokeless wood flames with the award-winning CampStove 2+ while cooking up meals and beverages with the Portable Grill, KettlePot, and Coffee Press accessories (all included). Featuring an updated 100 lumen Flexlight with ChromaReal LED technology, cook with confidence at night thanks to accurate color rendering.

• Complete Camp Kitchen: Create full meals and beverages with lightweight, portable cooking accessories
• On-Demand Electricity: Charge smartphones, headlamps, and more
• Burn Wood Like Gas: Burn wood including found sticks or BioLite BioFuel pellets
• Bundle Includes: CampStove 2+, Portable Grill, KettlePot, Coffee Press, FlexLight, 2x stuff sacks, micro USB cable, instructions
• Weight: 4.94 lbs
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Unit Weight 8.50 lb
Brand Biolite
MFG Part No. BNA0100
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Don't go for the barbecue set, the rest is good. The barbecue add-on was very difficult to cook with, generally weak or uneven heat, very unstable and flimsy legs making an even surface (and the even distribution of convection heat) near impossible, and it was a horror to clean after cooking. The burn-chamber is also very small and hence need close and constant surveillance and refeeding to keep cooking going. The stove works well for boiling water though and the fan-augmented heat (and sometimes) smoke-free air and battery storage and recharge potential were nifty features. Be extremely careful with wind direction, as if flames ever go above the yellow pack it very easily discolour (happened on 1st try).
Date published: 2021-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hiking has never been the same I originally bought the first stove that biolite produced back 2015 , really amazing bit of kit from being a former soldier I love the outdoors , this stove has travelled with me where ever I have gone extremely light weight and being a wood burner finding fuel has never been an issue , this year I’ve obtained the latest model it was a gift from my family , the new model is amazing you can pre-charge the power bank which you couldn’t do in the first , so where ever I go I know I have back up power for my smart phone , gps or even my Bluetooth speaker , the different power modes for the fan speed help with cooking that much more and when your finished you can turn the fan down and the fire will burn slower so you can enjoy a little heat for a longer duration. The lightweight body means you can throw a simple kit together to make a brew or cook some dinner anywhere you go. Truly an amazing bit of equipment.
Date published: 2021-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Self-Contained Stove and Cookset! Hyper-Efficient and High Quality! I'm Grateful to support your work in Africa and spread the good word here in The States. Boiled snow in 21 minutes with a few handfuls of wood and I've convinced half a dozen of my friends to pick one up as well. I've even started making YouTube videos to share the nuances and conveniences of this system :-)
Date published: 2021-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love the stove/kit, but honest about limitations I'll preface this by saying that I love BioLite as a company and expect to continue purchasing their products both in support of their efforts to do good and as a generally good product. BUT, if you're debating on whether or not to purchase this kit, there are a few things that you should consider. This stove is amazing, and from what I can tell so far, is a great workhorse if you are willing to be patient and accept that there is a learning curve. I've had my eye on BioLite for years and finally decided to take the plunge- I couldn't be happier with this decision. I've only had the stove for a few days but have been testing it out under different conditions to make sure that it will meet my needs in the field. Results are mixed. It's probably worth noting that I'm a life-long camper and have extensive experience with managing fires for cooking. First attempt was hard-boiled eggs and that worked great! On the second attempt with dry eucalyptus wood from a downed tree in our backyard, this stove performed above and beyond my expectations. Lighting was simple, and although I got a few flames shooting out the sides (eucalyptus burns hot, fast, and bright), I was able to cook a pot of chili on it with almost no problems. I'm at around 2,000 feet in elevation in the low desert, so I would expect that the boil/cook times would increase with elevation, providing more even cooking as elevation increases. Given that I almost burned my chili by being inattentive for a few moments, I'd say that this stove is designed to perform optimally at higher altitudes, with a greater risk of burning food at lower elevations. Thank goodness for fan control. It helps manage heat quite well. Third attempt at cooking was a combo quinoa/trout/grilled veggies meal. I decided to try out some pellets this time (non-BioLight due to cost and availability). At first, the pellets appeared to be superior to wood as a fuel. The quinoa cooked perfectly in the kettle (just the right size for a meal for a small family!), but I had a little more trouble with the grill. The grill fit fine when the stove was cold, but when I put it on the hot stove, it wasn't level and I couldn't quite manipulate it into place, even though it was on a flat surface. I started grilling some veggies and kept an eye on the fuel chamber, assuming I would have to refill after the quinoa. Unfortunately, the flames died before the embers did and I wasn't able to get additional pellets into the chamber quickly enough to restart the fire. It took 15 minutes of fiddling around with fire starters to get the fuel relit, even though combustion had been incomplete (1/4 of the pellets in the chamber were unburned). I'll put some of that on the pellet quality, but for a stove that advertises itself as being able to burn many fuels more efficiently, I was expecting a little more. Also, during the process of relighting the stove, I couldn't get the fan to stay on long enough to boost combustion. It would turn off after a minute or so, even with a small flame. Since the fan worked fine after I got the fire started again, I'm assuming that is because the stove identified that the chamber wasn't hot enough (or possibly the chamber was too full), but it was a little frustrating to try and outsmart the technology safeguards that are designed to prevent overheating or overuse of battery power by the fan. It would have been helpful to have a setting to override the automatic fan shutdown so that I could get the fire started again. All of this said, I did manage to get the fire restarted and finish cooking my meal. It took longer than I expected, but that's why I gave myself a little more time. My impression of this stove kit as a consumer product is that it is not quite user-friendly enough for the masses, since it requires a little dedicated learning to make it more effective than a good old dependable fossil fuel stove. I can image someone purchasing this stove before heading out on a trip, only to find at dinnertime that they should have tested it out first. Tips for newbies (my own, NOT from BioLite)- Try this stove out with twigs and small sticks at first, or shorter cooking times with pellets. If burning pellets, treat the fire inside as you would any other fire (stir burning pellets occasionally to increase airflow and unburned surface area). Don't expect that you'll be able to cook for the full burn time of your fuel and plan to add fuel throughout cooking. Use a combination of pellets and twigs/larger sticks for longer cooking times. Two other minor issues with this product- 1) the light that comes with it is difficult to turn off when it is connected to the stove and it sometimes dims and brightens on its own if there are vibrations nearby. Kind of like a little disco dance while you're cooking. Design could be improved, and really, what's so hard about having an on-off switch? 2) The little plastic bowl does not fit into the pot with the rest of the gear if the coffee press is already in there. It's just a little annoying, but certainly not a functional issue. Bottom line- This is a great stove and well worth the effort if you spend a little time getting familiar with the features and performance. Nice job BioLIte!
Date published: 2021-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nifty features with this new camp stove I bought the first camp stove when it came out...only took a little ingenuity to use it to it's fullest ...I used it and the kettle pot daily for almost 2 years....I purchased the new camp stove, kettle pot and grill combo....boy it is so much better with the LED readouts and bigger battery....I use it daily and most of the time use both stoves and kettle pots simultaneously....the grill usually for breakfast and or supper....I live outdoors in a teepee and do research work about 10 to 12 months out of the year....combined with other Bio lite products, lights, solar panels, and their unbeatable hardwood pellets, outdoor living is made easier and a lot less hassle, especially where open fires are banned....I have never had issues with any of their products and highly recommend using a little patience when first learning how to use the stove to it's fullest potential....I have read complaints about it and firmly believe it is not meant for use by glampers!!
Date published: 2021-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just a fantastic product!! Fantastic product and so much potential. I’m even building on a desalinization feature so I can turn any water including ocean water to drinking water thanks to the kettle attachment.
Date published: 2021-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Biolite camp stove 2 After revamping our bug out/bug in and camping gear we realized that we were lacking diverse ways to maintain the ability to survive / thrive after a cataclysmic event, whether it was a natural disaster or man made disaster. The biolite camp stove 2 combo has given us an excellent way to enjoy the outdoors and survive/thrive in the outdoors. This stove is sturdy and yet very portable. I am looking forward to many years of off grid use no matter what is put in our path. The Biolite camp stove is a welcome addition to our nomadic lifestyle.
Date published: 2021-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from biolite campstove cook kit great little camp stove. there are smaller ones, but this one generates a 5v charge and burns whatever you put in it. some fuels take technique to keep fire hot enough for the grille but with a little practice its great.
Date published: 2021-05-03
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