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Pre-Order the Amazing BioLite CampStove at Above and Beyond
The BioLite CampStove has been long touted as the next revolutionary gadget in the camping world. It is a clever stove that allows you to burn small twigs to generate heat and electricity to charge your phone and other small electronics.
The fact that the Biolite Camp Stove only uses twigs and other natural biomass is obviously its main draw. By not requiring non-renewable fuels, it means you save space and weight in your pack and also never need to worry about running out of gas either. You can simply set up camp, find some kindling, and use it to heat water or cook your dinner. With it only requiring 46g of sticks to heat a litre of water it is rather economical too!
The BioLite Stove can also be used to charge your iPhone... That's right, fire it up and plug in your iPhone or other gadgets and you have an instant battery. A lovely green powered, twig eating, iPhone powering battery! This makes the Biolite Camp Stove extremely useful on multi-day treks where you may be away from civilisation for days on end. With this stove, just feed it with kindling and plug in your phone whilst you sit around and take in all that nature has to offer.
BioLite CampStove: http://www.aboveandbeyond.co.uk/
BioLite have been working for a number of years to bring this same technology to the developing world on a large scale basis. 1.5million people a year die world wide due to smoke inhalation. BioStove are aiming to supply their HomeStove to 3 Billion people in developing countries across the globe, to cut deaths and improve quality of life.
With pre-order now under way in time for a January delivery, this is a great time to get your order placed for what is surely going to be a very popular item this winter. With only a very limited number being delivered into the UK in January, can you afford to miss out on the BioLite CampStove? At Above and Beyond we are offering the stove at an amazing £149.95 including FREE Postage
Above and Beyond : http://www.aboveandbeyond.co.uk
Page Updated Last on: Nov 16, 2012