Camp Chef Wall Tent Barrel Stove Kit

Priced: $249.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Camp Chef Wall Tent Barrel Stove Kit -
All the great features of our field-proven cylinder stoves in an all-in-one, money-saving kit. The 5"-diameter chimney pipe is offset for more cooking space, and when assembled is more than 10-ft. tall. 5" chimney damper included. Safety features include a wire-mesh spark arrester and a fire grate in the bottom to protect the base from overheating. Door damper regulates stove temperature. Adjustable legs permit setup on uneven ground. Two warming trays included. All components fit into the stove’s body for a 72-lb. total package. 10-gauge-steel top and door; the rest is 12-gauge steel. For 10-ft. x 12-ft. to 14-ft. x 16-ft. tents.
Assembled dimensions: 221⁄4"H x 20"W x 24"D (excluding chimney).
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Camp Chef Wall Tent Barrel Stove Kit Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great Wall Tent Stove

Have used the stove for over a week at a time on multiple occasions. Works very well to heat even the Alaknak 13x27 AS LONG AS you keep feeding it wood ever couple of hours. If you are expecting that you going to load this up at 10:00PM and expect it to slowly burn all night, keeping the tent warm all night, like the wood stove in your home, you'll be disappointed... It wasn't designed for that. Yes, even with the included damper partially closed in the flue and the air intake damper partially closed... It will certainly not burn as hot, and will burn longer, but not all night... LoL, you are going to wake up cold if not. :-) Decent design and everything is included which I really like. Also very nice that it's all self contained, and everything fits inside the stove! (There's even room to add some extra items if wanted/needed.) The racks are very nice and very sturdy. You can carry the whole stove by the racks. The legs are also sturdy and of good quality. They have about 1/2" to 1" of adjustment per leg. One thing that did have to do, (because the wind kept blowing it down) that I would recommend to all is to add some guy-lines to the chimney pipe. I was able to simply do this by using some 1/4" zip/sheet-metal screws, some bailing wire, and some 550 parachute type cordage. The zip screws hold the baling wire hooks or loops into place, so there is no danger of the cordage melting or burning. The cordage is then tied to the bailing wire hooks/loops and then runs out to the ground, just like the guy lines on a wall tent. Would also recommend that you use 3+ zip screws on each connection point, so that the chimney can withstand high winds. Once the screws are in, using a drill, you just use a 1/4" nut driver, to put them in and remove them from that point on... (The screws and nut driver will also easily store in the stove, as well as the cordage and stakes for the guy lines...) Done this way, our stove was easily able to buffet 50+ mph winds. Without this the wind blew it down. Luckily the stove was not burning either time this happened... Would also recommend the high wind cap sold by Cabela's... the stock one is fine, but I can see where it might be an issue of high winds and rain coming down the flue, from some first hand experience. Make sure you set the stove up in your drive-way or somewhere outside and let the stove "burn off" good before you use it in your tent though, or you'll wish you had. Seen someone learn this lesson the hard way... LoL Love the stove and would be also be a great investment as a "rainy day" back-up heat source for your home at an affordable price.
FletchFromMontana at Cabelas on 11/22/2013

Great stove for a 12x20 tent

This wood burner is really strong. The metal must be at least 20 gauge steel. The seams are all completely welded inside and out. The firebox can easily handle a standard 16 inch log, the inside is about 21 inches long. The stove has a very heavy gauge inside great, and the two outside warming grates are made of the same material; very strong. The smoke stack is made of galvanized steel. The stack is 5 inches in diameter, where it attaches to the stove, and it is 6 inches in diameter at the top of the stack. You will need to order a 6 inch Top Cap with a spark screen. The spark screen that comes with the stack is useless. Also, plan on drilling holes in each stack and using screws to hold them together tight. The top of the stack is bout 10.5 feet above the ground when assembled on the stove (that is without the top cap). If properly assembled and installed, this stove has one heck of a draw. It is capable of turning the smoke stack red hot, all the way to the ceiling (not a good idea). I use this stove in a 12x20 Alaknak tent. It is easy to light, and provides more than enough heat. Once I get a hot fire going, with some hot coals built up, I close the damper, and dang near close the vent control on the door. If I don't, it makes me open windows. Before I installed the stove in the tent, I built a fire in it outside. I burned a medium fire for 3 or 4 hours. That cured the paint, and got rid of the smell. The stove paint did not burn off or peal. It looks like it did when it arrived at my door. If I have a good hot bed of coals, a large log burns most all night. The box will be hot to warm in the morning. The hot ashes easily start another fire. If you want a hot fire all night, you need to tend it every 3 hours. I would not hesitate to purchase this stove again. It is an excellant wood burner; easy to operate, and easy to clean out. It burns soooo good, that it is possible to not have any smoke coming out the chimney; complete combustion. One person can can carry this stove in and out of the tent reletively easy. It weights about 40 pounds. There are good finger grips around the top plate. When this stove is run wide open, it roars. When you dampen it down, it purs.
daddyo44907 at Cabelas on 11/04/2013

Great Stove

I ordered this stove to use in our Big Horn III tent after trying two different propane heaters. We used this up Elk hunting this year and were very pleased with the way it kept us warm and dry at 10,600 feet in the Rockies. Construction seems pretty good. No issues as others posted. I would recommend screwing the pipe sections together. I made a tie down system too to keep it snugged to the stove. Don't over load the stove as it breathes better with some room around the wood. At night once we had coals you could throttle it down with two small pieces of pine and one piece hardwood for about a 2.5 hour burn. I will be looking at a possible coal helper for night to increase times before loading. Happy with my purchase
FreeWheelin at Cabelas on 10/29/2013

Negative Reviews:

cheep stove pipe

the stove has held up fine, the stove pipe rusted out in less than 4 camping trips. should use stronger steel. If you are out in the boonies and don't want to die in your sleep, keep an extra set of pipes, other wise it's "ok".
RattlesnakeCharlie at Cabelas on 01/26/2014