Introducing the Überleben Stöker Flatpack Stove. We didn't need a stove -- we just really wanted one. The Stöker Stainless weighs in at only 15 oz and the ultra-light Titanium at only 9 oz packed flat (including new waxed canvas sleeve). The perfect balance of durability and weight. If you can't find fuel for this, you're going to need more than a fire to save you.
Fueled entirely by organic matter (twigs, bark, pine needles, etc.), this stick stove / bio stove will keep you going indefinitely. No more fuel canisters.
Available in HD 304 grade Stainless Steel or Titanium. Both anti-corrosive and extremely strong.
Includes waxed canvas sleeve, which doubles as a tinder bag.
Weight: 15 oz. Stainless Steel - 9 oz. Titanium (including canvas sleeve)
Assembled Dimensions: Height - 6.5'', Width - 5.5''( at base) and 4.5'' (at top)
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A must have
Excellent quality and easy to assemble
LOT'S OF FUN, EASY TO ASSEMBLE AND EASY TO CARRY!
So very pleased with this purchase. My expectations have been exceeded! Very easy to put together, extremely sturdy, and light weight. I would definitely highly recommend adding this to your camping/hiking gear!
I love this little camp stove. Can't wait to use it. It's well made and easy to put together. Lays completely flat in it's small pouch.
Great little portable stove. I tried it with the kettle sold by Uberleben and it is a perfect match. I got the titanium version and I'm very happy with it. Tried it a couple of times in the backyard with tags from the floor and it works very well. It feels sturdy once it is assembled and disassembling is very easy once it cooled down. The waxed canvas bag is great and I use it to carry some cotton+petroleum jelly in a ziplock bag to use as a fire starter. Would definitively buy it again.
I’ll start at the end and work backwards. The waxed canvas bag kept the packed stove from getting other items in the pack dirty. Big plus. I was concerned the stove wouldn’t cool down quickly, delaying the break of camp in the morning. Not so. Cooled down quickly for stowing. The unit assembles and breaks down easily. Packs thin, another plus. When choosing to go fuel-less, the 9 oz titanium version I have is a fair trade in weight and function. Less hassle as well. Outside of using in a no burn location, it works with available tinder and quickly boils water for food prep. Stable unit to cook and boil on. Large port for adding tinder and sticks. Easy to use. All wins in my experience!
Bought for my husband for Christmas. He loves it. It is very good quality and he loves the carrying pouch!
Great little stove using wood. Had a hard time getting it started ( it was 15 degrees Fahrenheit, so my fingers were cold), but once it was going, heated up pot after pot of water and snow. Packs really small and used an alcohol burner inside it in the morning to speed up packing and worked great with at as well.
Lots of fun so far with this stove.
- Great design
- Super light
- Cools down surprisingly fast after the fire
Looking forward to firing it up again.
Great stove, and so lightweight in the Titanium version. Designed for maximum heat output with minimum nature's fuel. Purely a bushcrafter's ideal cooking source. Well made for years of use!
Excellent camp stove, burns great. Nice portability, well built, recommended!
This kool little stove is actually a gift for my stepson. Thought he could use it on those cold winter days in north central Missouri while he’s on the banks of any of our many water ways fishing up a storm. He loves to fish on about any day, hot or cold.
Powerful set up right out of the bag. Quality work makes it a breeze to assemble. The titanium stove is upper lightweight and cools down quick. Another good add to any UL hikers kit.
Got this as a Christmas gift. Tested it out today. I thought it did a great job out in the snow with less than desirable fuel. Great waxed pouch, flat and light, easy to assemble. Already eyeballing it for a way to run a trangia burner inside of it during fire season.
Loved getting this - looks perfect for hiking and coffee here in Australia
Second purchase from Uberleben. These products work and are well-made. You will be satisfied. Stove is a little smaller than you might gather from just the photo, so pay attention to dimensions provided. Titanium model is extremely lightweight, compact, portable, sturdy seeming, and even pleasing to the eye. Canvas carrier is also good quality.
Well built , sturdy and a great addition to the pack
Didn’t use it yet but looking forward to trying it out
Both items were a gift to my son-in-law who is an avid year round fisherman. In short, he loved both items and can't wait to put them to use. He has many fishing rods for specific needs. Now he has alternate for both fire and cooking choices.
I sent links showing how the "stove" was used by others as well.
Arrived on time, as advertised.
I gave them to two friends who have taken up camping.
Love this stove! All of the details are amazing, it’s so lightweight and well-made.
Such an outstanding product! Just brings it on every use. Clearly the standard in my camp. Gas gone, fires on.
I love every product, i keep coming back for more! Everything is very well made. I can’t wait to get outside on my next backpacking trip to test out all my new gear.
Very lightweight and the pouch is very cool. Can't wait to put it to use
We love this! So easy. So light and sturdy. Great product!
Works great! Good air flow for great fires. Boils water in a hurry and packs up very small.
Your are small survival stove works very well in the woods. Does a great job but you have a Inuspecus private fire . Tested out your Ferrous rods.They work so well, I gave some to some very close friends. Thank you. Jim
Sorry I can't share a photo. This is a gift for our son and daughter in law. They enjoy camping and are looking forward to using this stove for morning coffee!
I was surprised at the weight for its size. Very well made.
Easy to assemble. Easy to load. Easy to feed. Easy to disassemble and wipe clean.
I’m a recent convert to wood cookery from liquid/gas fuel; I’ve long wondered whether the convenience of finding fuel anywhere would trump the easy start of the artificial stuff you have to carry around. (Clean up leaks and spills. Carry the empty container. Carry too much to make sure you have enough. Etc.)
The right stove makes it a lot less worry. This is the right stove. And you get something no white gas/propane/gaz etc. stove can give you:
A well-contained *campfire.* Nice.
(I thought it amusing that the waxed canvas pouch was touted as a wood carrier. Until I gathered most of my fire in it.)
Well built, easy to assemble and disassemble. I’m very satisfied with my purchase. I can’t wait to see it in action!
I haven't had a chance to use this in the wild yet but I did experiment with it on a quick trial run and made a quick breakfast and it was so lightweight I was able to include it in my small pack. I absolutely LOVE this product and can't wait to use it on my next backpacking trip in December. I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT! It was so easy to set up! Definitely do yourself a favor and grab one.
This was my first non-gas fuel stove and I was super ‘stoked’ by its performance.
Super light weight and easy to assemble (although some feedback for Überleben would be to include instructions perhaps?) I had it cooking my camp dinner in no time.
It was also super cool to have my campfire safely contained.
Could not recommend this product enough.
Haven't used it yet but I do like the way it takes up very little space in my pack and breaks down flat.
Quality product, only tested it quickly, looks and works good.
Great build stove. Would definitely purchase again
Ken L. J.
Hmm, what can I say? Well of course, the straight on and true. This stove is right on and that’s true from the get go out of shipping package. As soon as this stove comes out of mailing it’s ready for use. It carries light and simple. It performs most clean and effective. It cleans well and of course is back to packed well and carries well.
Also to note: thefire igniting ferrous and metal tools from Uberleben are quite practically effective.
Great addition to my gear.Life saver.Will buy more later.Mark Floyd from Kentucky
I was so excited to take this thing and try it out in the field. Rain came out of nowhere while I was at the national park and this thing cooked damp wood like a champ. I used the uberleben tinder wick to light it and the bellow to keep it hot. I just bought a second one because I need two of these in my pack. If you are on the fence about getting the stove, just hit the button and get it in your cart. You will not regret this purchase I promise.
Super lightweight, easy to assemble, easy to light, easy to keep going. Perfect bio stove!
Between the durable canvas case it comes in, and the ease of putting it together and getting it lit. This has got to be the best little stove I've ever used. I can't wait to cook on it again. Definitely worth the price. These guys have some good quality products.
This stove and waxed carrying bag is just right for summer-end-of-trail-days! Easy to use and easy to pack!
Well made and easy to assemble. I like how compact it is.
This thing is great! Gather or make some small kindling, and you’re good to go. It boiled water quicker than I thought it would and is more stable than expected. The only negative I found is that the metal panels were tough to get apart after they were heated and then cooled. Not a big deal though. I just tapped them with a stick, and they came apart.
Bacon on the fire!
the best stove
Recent trip to the BWCA. Love this stove!
Excellent stove. Easy assembly, wax carry pouch a nice feature. Well Done!!
Both my son and I are avid outdoor campers. I bought the stove and start a flame kit for my son for his birthday. Happy with the quality but a little disappointed that there was no instructions at all with the unit. Went on your website and couldn’t find any instructions on it. Building fires for almost 70 years so it’s now a no brainer. But it be great to have a few little fires starting tips.
Enjoyed regularly. Has been effective for containing a small fire for warming, cooking and relaxing. Easy to pack and set up.
Absolutely LOVE it. Did a few "test burns" before taking it to the woods. Here it is boiling H2O to reconstitute a Mountain House Beef Stroganoff.
I LOVE the blue-purple patina the stove takes upon usage, (this one is the titanium version).
Easy to set up, minimal weight and minimal carry space. The the flame was initiated by a Zunden fire starter along with your Tindar Wick.
EVERYTHING works as advertised and I could not be happier! (hell, I'm giddy)
The 2.0 "Kessel" is perfect for reconstituting freeze dried foods, it accommodates enough H20 for the 2-person meals I pack.
THANK YOU, Uberleben for providing products that live up to your claims.
I'm a fan for life!!
Don't have picture yet but I got mine today, inspected and assembled. I was expecting this to not attract magnet knowing I have knives with thicker titanium handles and they don't have noticeable magnetism at all BUT this one has. I'm not sure what metal composition it has and I am not a metallurgist so I don't know. Just wondering if it is a real titanium. I also just noticed other branding with similar design at a better price.
Delivered on time. Easy set-up. Very easy to refuel and keep going. Good stove and good fire pit if you have little ones wanting to sit around their own campfire.
Works great. Easy to pack. Spend a little more and get the Titanium one.
I love it. It's light it's strong and fits perfectly in my backpack.
the best stove i've ever used
I would love to give a review, but I haven’t had the chance to go camping yet, mainly due to the fires here in California. Please be patient, and I will be happy to send a review and a fabulous photo (like this one of a buddae jjigae cooking in the desert back country) of my new stove, and to enjoy the 15% off!
I would expect no less that perfect from this company. As solid as the SS version just a whole lot lighter. Two thumbs way up!!!
If you can reliably make a fire then this is the best backpacking stove hands down. Light weight, easy to use, and simple.
Loving each of the products I’ve bought so far! Just ordered a few more yesterday. Perfect for camping!
Seems sturdy. haven't tried it yet.Though I see it should work well. It's in the bug out bag/vehicle lol. I love that you wouldn't need to carry fuel!
The stove packs flat and assembles firmly. It's well crafted & meant to last.
This unit is easy to put together has a nice stable stance and produces a nice cooking fire
Two days after I received my New Titanium Stöker Flatpack Stove + Waxed Canvas
I decided to setup for it's very first burn, I was not sure if it would melt a plastic table top or char or blacken a wooden table top while sitting on,,,So I barowed one of my wife's larger muffin pan as a heat shield for this experiment,,,Three things to think about when carrying any small stove is ease of storage and fire safetyand fast mobility.
It fit together really easily and locked together solid,,,I shook it every which way and couldn't shake it apart,,,,
I walked over to my sycamore trees and picked uptinder,small and large branches, enough to fill the firebox full up,
I loaded in the tinder and put a large branch on either side and stacked the sticks across leaving a half inch gap between sticks,,stack them one way and the next tier the other way with smaller gaps the larger they get,,,
Larger finger sized or larger for the top tier.
I used a 8" Rod and Steel Scraper to the Fire wick and bellows,
The wick lit on the third strike,,,Uhm,,,Make sure you spread out and fluff the end of your fire wick for a quick flame,,,,then I put the lit wick in under the tinder and at this time while the stove is cool you can pick up with your hands and hold it up so the back of the stove is up higher than the front and with the bellows gentle blow air onto the burning tinder,,,
When the sticks above the tinder start to burn,,,then you can set down your stove where it's out of the winds and sitting steady enough to put a pan of water or a frying pan on,,,the stove must not be able to rock left to right or front to back t for Safety sake must be Rock Steady.
At this time I decided to get a 1/4" high pan big enough for the stove to fit and lit
#1, it acts as a heat shield to deflect the heat from what flammable surface the stove would be sit on,
#2, the tray also catches and contains any and all embers and hot ashes falling out from the air holes
and keeps boil overs and drips from making a mess.
#3, The tray or pan will allow quick and safe movement of pick up and move locations without having to use hands or gloves. Also gives a safe place to cool down for takedown, cleaning and repack.
Downside: This doesn't come with instructions.
Upside: It's not that hard to figure out.
Downside: It requires a lot of material to burn. If you want to boil water, be prepared to collect a lot of sticks. A LOT.
Upside: It's super lightweight.
Downside: You need to have a big rock to sit it on because the fire will come out the bottom. Not the best in high fire risk areas.
Upside: It packs flat.
Great stove. Easy as heck to assemble, use, and clean. Highly recommended.
My fella gave me the Stoker as a gift and I took it camping at Lake Superior last week. It is my new preferred way to heat up water for coffee and tea early in the morning. It's not only efficient, it is so darn fun. I didn't think camping could get any better.
I have had the stainless steel stove for some time, and I got the titanium one, I will never look back! Both are awesome! But in my bug out bag the titanium is already packed. Thank you! I highly recommend them! Several of my friends have bought them based on my recommendation. I wouldn't recommend them to my best friends if I didn't think they were the best!
Stove packs nicely flat in the bottom of the panniers .
Takes very little space as it lays flat.
Very easy to use. Raised the pot one inch with cross braces and decreased smoke by at least 50%. Highly recommend the stove with this modification.
Love this little stove. It took me a second to figure out where everything went but I wouldn't call it hard. It's well designed and sturdy and of course pairs up well with the Kessel. I also tested it with a big frying pan, and a large pot & I had no problem with instability at all. It could also accommodate something as small as a coffee cup. Great way to cook an entire meal with just a few sticks of wood for fuel. As with all the Uberleben products that I have purchased I love this one too.
Awesome piece of camping/backpacking gear. Beautiful design and build quality .
Its been too wet to put it to a good test. The dry run with it has been good. Being a father of a toddler my backpacking days have been few these days - I look forward to having this ultra light flat pack stove as a solid back up. Maybe it'll become my primary stove for ultralight back country trips.
Great little stove! Wish I had purchased the titanium.
Works like a dream packs small drafts amazing
I love this stove. Perfect when you don’t have fuel for a full fire. Just a few sticks will get you cooking. Lightweight, flat packing.
Perfect size and weight...easy to clean....burns hot and to total ash AND looks gorg in the woods!
Great product! Holds up great. Stores flat and perfect!
This was my first ever attempt at making a wood fire. I watched plenty of videos and had a very successful first trial run! I can't wait to use it again just for the fun of it. It will be great for camping. It cooked so quickly and was easy to clean.
Completely in love with this stove. Took it to the beach and performed amazingly with strong winds.
So easy to set up, extra light, perfect packable size, high quality stainless steel and cherry on top, an awesome canvas pouch.
An essential piece of gear!
I haven't had a chance to use it what with all the Virus stuff. Had several trips planned but, well things just did not come together.
Great little stove. Packs flat, the weight doesn’t bother me at all, and it’s really built to last. I also love the canvas bag. I use it when collecting tinder for my fires. I would definitely buy another if I ever lost or damaged it.
Used on a recent camping trip and really liked it was the envy of the other guys on the trip
Do to the VIRUS I have not been able to get out in the woods to test this thing out!
Great little stove! Photo of first time lit to test it. Burns hot, easy to keep stoked and all Wood has burnt to ash every time I’ve used it.
Was looking for an alternative to petroleum/alcohol fuel based stove and this stove far exceeds my expectations! Boiled 2l of water in around 10min! Far more stable than alcohol/petroleum stoves, packs down to about the size of a few birthday cards.
Super efficient, super pack ability.
All the way around an excellent stove!
Used it on a trip to Wyoming. Worked like a charm. Great stuff!
I am very impressed with the quality of Uberleben products. As a survivalist, I would take these items with me into the bush anytime with no worries. The only thing keeping this from being a 5 star review is that my ash pan on the stove is warped. I managed to get it a bit more level, but I didn't want to cause to much strain to the metal. I've not called customer service on this though I've talked with them before about when other items will be restocked, and found them to be both helpful and knowledgeable.
I would recommend any of the Uberleben products to anyone.
I love all uberleben products!
Have not had a chance to use it (field test it ) yet, so unable to write a review.
Seems well constructed and goes together very easy
Works great , love it
Great craftsmanship and obviously made to take up very little Space and lightweight. Perfect stove when you’re out on a hike, camping, you name it. No pictures at this time.
I have a special place in my heart for this simple little stove! They were out of stock for so long and I was chomping at the bit in anticipation of them being available again. I finally got the message they were in, and I bought one THAT DAY! One of the best purchases I’ve made for outdoor gear. This stove is truly heavy duty and bombproof. Yes, there are lots of “twig stoves” on the market. I own several of them. NONE OF THEM is as well built and solid as my Uberleben. Period. Buy one, don’t waste your time by saving 2 or 3 bucks on any other stove.