Brads product review : The Silverfire Survivor Rocket Stove

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  1. Thanks for the review!

  2. Great video, one more back up stove to consider.

  3. BC! Thanks, I have held off on this type of stove in favor of bigger items for the BOLO, but now, I have to have one! Thanks for the great review. I think it is priced right as well. The folks that brought this one to market are going to do well with it.

    • Ive never been so impressed with a product made in china. I even called him to ask. I was so sure,because of how well built and the type of materials in it,that it was american made. I was actually shocked to find that it wasnt. I didnt know the chinese were capable of building something to this degree of craftsmanship.

  4. Happy Camper says:

    Wow, I’m impressed. I will defs look into purchasing one via Amazon.
    I’m currently almost finished building one, yet to be tested and needs a bit more stability.
    Would there be fumes from the silverfire that would be best using it outside, I’ve never actually used a rocket stove.
    Thanks for the excellent review.

  5. This is definately a stove that has to be used outdoors. silverfire makes on called “hunter” that can be used indoors with the exhqaust piped outside. it comes with 4 sections of pipe to get you started towards outdoor ventilation.