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Pellet Burning Stove

(3 customer reviews)

$549.00

The QStove’s pellet burning heater is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream.  It’s portable and can travel with you on all of your adventures whether camping or hunting.  A more efficient alternative to outdoor propane and electric heaters; also, this heater leaves no trace, unlike campfires.

8 in stock

Description

WOOD PELLET HEATER
MODEL Q05

  • 106,000 BTU w/ 10ft. heating radius
  • Double hopper holds 20 lbs. of wood pellets with a 3-4 hour burn time per load
  • Heavy gauge high temp coated steel construction
  • Portable, easy to carry
  • Heats from top to bottom, evenly
  • High temp German glass viewing window
  • Best quality German flat paint exterior
  • Adjustable feet for all surfaces
  • Easy assembly with detailed instructions
  • Engineered to burn clean and smoke free
  • Carbon-neutral, leaves little to no waste.
  • Capable of year-round use, exceeds most burning and air quality laws.

To use with a Davis Tent please include this Stove Pipe Converter Kit with your purchase

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4.33 out of 5 stars

3 reviews

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One review with a 3-star rating

  1. Marginal heat source

    Tim L

    I bought into the idea of a pellet stove because it seemed very convenient to burn pellets in place of cutting and splitting wood. What I liked- it was simple to use and did provide some heat. What I didn’t like- It flat did not put out enough heat. I was using it at 2000′, 28-36 deg inside a 14×16 Davis tent. It would take the edge of but I doubt it ever got above 50 in the tent, no comparsion to wood stove. It also would run into feeding problems in the middle of the night and I would have to get up several times to re-fire the burn pot. It generates a lot of heat, but it doesn’t store the heat it goes right out the vent pipe. I also felt like the paint and finish wasn’t done well. I will have to do touch ups before selling mine. If I had the desire to have two stoves on hand it would certainly work in some scenarios but it’s not fit for Late fall mountain hunts.

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