Stove in a Can Reviews
About Stove in a Can
Stove in a Can, found online at StoveInACan.com, is a new portable cooking stove that claims it is the perfect portable cooking device for camping, tailgaiting, general outdoor use, or most importantly, in case of an emergency.
The Stove in a Can describes itself as being able to hold over 300 lbs even though it is compact and lightweight, it can be ready to cook with just one minute of set up, and it can be used in places where open campfires are not permitted.
How Does It Work?
When you receive your Stove in a Can your package will include the stove, 4 fuel cells, fuel ring, cooking ring, waterproof matches, and an instruction book. Full instructions for setup and use can also be found on their website.
A single fuel cell is estimated to last for about one full hour of cooking and is easily extinguished by replacing the lid over the top of the can. The website says that this product can be stored indefinitely as long as it is in a cool, dry place.
You can purchase the Stove in a Can package for $29.99, and fuel cell refill packages begin at $22.99. You can also purchase bulk packages of the Stove in a Can and their fuel cells in volume discounted prices if that is something you are interested in.
Customers who are unhappy with their product for whatever reason can contact their Customer Service team to request a refund as long as it is within 30 days of purchase.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service can do so by phone at (888) 676-7432, by traditional mail at PO Box 1426, Draper, UT 84020, and by submitting their questions, concerns, and complaints directly to the website.
In general the Stove in a Can has a very positive reputation in the industry, due to its convenience and quick set up which is beneficial in most outdoor recreational circumstances.
Is It Safe?
StoveInACan.com promises that they use no toxic ingredients in their fuel cell at all, but they do say that their product is intended for outdoor use only, as using it indoors could lead to a dangerous buildup of carbon monoxide.
Competitors and Alternatives?
Customers who are interested in alternative portable stoves should be able to find a large selection at camping stores, as well as some options at home and garden supply stores like Home Depot or Lowe's.
If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your Stove in a Can reviews below.