Vertical Burn Campfire 3277

Vertical Burn Campfire 3277 | Survival Supplies Australia

Vertical Burn Campfire 3277 | Survival Supplies Australia

Vertical Burn Campfire 3277 | Survival Supplies Australia

Vertical Burn Campfire 3277 | Survival Supplies Australia

Vertical Burn Campfire 3277 | Survival Supplies Australia

Vertical Burn Campfire 3277 | Survival Supplies Australia

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Description

The Vertical Burn Campfire and Outdoor Cooking System.
Turns ordinary split firewood into a "Canadian Candle" or "Swedish

The wood bundle is placed on end. Fine kindling is placed in the center and ignited. Because of the vertical orientation, a chimney effect is created.

As the tinder burns, hot rising air creates a draft effect, causing fresh air to rush in from below.

The large wood pieces quickly begin to burn and flames shoot out from the core.

The bundle burns from the inside-out and hot coals are trapped inside the bundle and shielded from the wind.

Special Features

* The Constant Force Compression Band is constructed from stainless steel for repeated use and long life.

* The Vertical Burn System can be used with split, seasoned firewood or dry wood collected on the trail.

* A Vertical Burn System campfire is nearly maintenance free and will burn for hours without need for attention. It offers maximum burn time with minimum amount of wood.

* The small fire-base foot print is perfect for confined areas

* A burning Vertical Burn System bundle is portable. It can easily be moved from place to place and since it is self-standing a fire bundle can even be suspend or elevated as a patio cresset.

* The Vertical Burn bundle is stable. Cooking pots can be placed directly on top. No need to carry a separate stove on the trail!

* The reusable Constant Force Compression Band is light weight and easily stored in pack or pocket.

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