Kni-Co Tundra Takedown Stove

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The Kni-Co Tundra Take Down Wood Camp Stove is the latest addition to the Kni-Co line of camp and tent stoves. The Tundra is designed to be easily taken down for storing and packing. The high temperature powder coating finish will withstand temperatures over 1200 degree's. The powder coating reduces the chance of rust and gives you a great looking stove for years to come. Kni-Co uses a unique slotted connection system that makes the Tundra exceptionally air tight; a big concern for stoves that require repeated assembly. Versatile design can be set up with two tables or a hot water tank (sold separately). Includes stove, pipe, damper, damper sleeve, spark arrestor and storage bag. Fire box size: 14" H x 14" W x 25" L. Storage size: 6" H x 15" W x 25" L. Dimensions: 27" H x 15" W x 25" L. Weight 38 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: 0201TSP.
Kni-Co Hot Water Tank sold separately and can be found through item search for number 2055464.
Kni-Co Side Table sold separately and can be found through item search for number 2055513.
Warm up your wall tent and your meals with our lightweight, pack-in Sheepherder’s Stoves. The Tundra Takedown provides enough warmth for areas over 16 feet. This powder-coated stove stands 27" tall and folds down to a convenient 4-1/2" height. It has a 5" Stovepipe exhaust port, and a dial-adjustable air intake. The stove’s construction makes it easily pack down to fit in standard panniers. It includes a carrying case. Water tank not included. Made in USA.
Weight: 38 lbs.
Measures: 13"H x 13"W x 25"D.
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Kni-Co Tundra Takedown Stove Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Tundra Stove in Alaknak 9.5 X 9.5 Wall Tent

Just completed 10 nights with a Tundra stove in an Alaknak II 9.5 X 9.5 wall tent. The stove provided all the heat needed for night temperatures from mid-30's to mid-teens. Used an 8-foot flue and had plenty of draft. A previous reviewer noted the lack of an ash tray as a drawback for cleaning the ashes out, so I made my own ash tray from galvanized steel and cleanup was no sweat. Note: to fit through the stove door, the ash tray needs to be two separate pieces. Also, rather than fill the stove with an inch of sand or dirt thin paving bricks were cut to size and worked well. The Tundra puts out a lot of heat if you fill it with wood, so there is a learning curve about how much wood is enough. To bank it overnight, a couple of 5 inch logs with the flue damper closed and the door damper shut down to about 1/4 inch gap worked well. Overall it's a great stove, packs nicely into a carrying case, and provides as much heat as you will need to keep the chill out.
Aultmann at Cabelas on 03/27/2009

Tundra takedown stove

The stove was made better than I expected, no cheap materials . it was really easy to put together, and when it is together it is very sturdy and seems like the perfect unit for out base tent. I have not had a chance to use it yet. .
lf45 at Cabelas on 02/01/2010

great purchase

spent 8 nights at a base camp in the adirondacks in late november stove worked great would recommend installing damper in stack for controlling it overnight.
dphil1 at Cabelas on 01/21/2012

Neutral Reviews:


the shipping time was great every thing was great till i put it together the front door fell off the tack welds failed not a very good job welding. i welded it back on to much hassle to send back and i would not have had it for when i needed it so over all the design is good good size works great but would recommend better workman ship!
odawg at Cabelas on 08/18/2008