Suluk 46 Yakone Titanium Stove
Suluk 46 Yakone Titanium Stove
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Available in three sizes, the Yakone titanium stove is designed to use wood, leaves, twigs, and other biomass as fuel for boiling and cooking in the backcountry. At 4.6 ounces in the largest size, it’s ideal for backpackers looking to shed the weight of traditional stove sets and fuel canisters ... Read More

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abela
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Core Outdoors/Ultralight Member
Nov 18, 2017
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I just have to giggle at all you people trying to imply that this looks so much like an Emberlit... do all you people *really* think that Emberlit was the first company in the world to make a wood stove that looks like this... because... really... come on.
Nov 18, 2017
DannyMilks
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Nov 18, 2017
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I was waiting for someone to chime in with a comment like this. Ten years ago a friend made for me a stove *very* similar to this, inspired by Nimbleweed Nomad's design, which is itself probably 20 years old. Four walls, interlocking design, raised floor, etc.
Nov 18, 2017
YogaBear
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Nov 18, 2017
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If you know the history of some of the stoves mentioned you’d understand the question - there’s some bad blood there due to design similarities and rights.
Anyway, my main question was whether anybody knows this brand and/or product?
Nov 18, 2017
rac_sword2
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Nov 17, 2017
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I would take the Emberlit UL over the large one as it also includes a couple of crossover pieces for the top. Weight and dimensions are very similar. This one is just about 7 bucks cheaper.
Nov 17, 2017
mgardneraa
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Nov 17, 2017
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Comments about how this looks like other stoves. Of course. There's only a few ways to make a take down stove out of flat stock. Kind of like canister stoves look similar and backpacks etc. Form follows function. The design looks pretty good but I would prefer 2 opposed sides higher so I could put titanium shepherds hook stakes across in a grill mode
Nov 17, 2017
YogaBear
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Nov 16, 2017
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Never seen these before, but EXTREMELY similar to Emberlit or basic CORE stoves. Anyone ever try these?
Nov 16, 2017
Endoverend
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Nov 18, 2017
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I have both of them In titanium versions. Both are fine. The Core takes a little bit more effort to put together but gets easier with use as it wears in. It burns hotter which I think is because it has a perforated bottom plate unlike the Emberlit. It really roars with all of that air coming up from the bottom. and makes a great mini campfire. With the holes in the bottom it also clears the ashes whereas the Emberlit needs to be emptied and restarted in about 45 minute of burn time with some types of wood.. For some cooking situations the lower heat output of the Emberlit as it is easier to control. Both are super easy to start.
Nov 18, 2017
YogaBear
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Nov 19, 2017
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LOL, my bad, should have clarified. I have those myself (and agree with your description), but wanted to know if anybody had tried the ones on sale here! They’re new to me.
BTW, have you tried the CORE with secondary combustion (inner plates installed)? It really makes a huge difference.
Nov 19, 2017
crashjohnson
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Nov 16, 2017
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Wow. Emberlit must be furious as this looks like a copy of their stove.
Nov 16, 2017
Durrr
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Nov 16, 2017
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How does this compare to the firebox stove?
Nov 16, 2017
walc
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Nov 17, 2017
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Which model firebox?
Nov 17, 2017
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