The Outbacker® Firebox 'Flame' Stainless Clear View Portable Wood Burning Stove is the latest addition to the Original Outbacker stoves range.

As well as looking great in your tent the Firebox 'Flame' has been created to be a light weight and compact companion on your travels. Its solid construction makes the stove very durable and the side windows offer a 180 degree view of the fire. When the stove is being stored or transported the flue sections can be packed away and stored inside its belly and the legs fold away. The flue section comes with a built in spark arrestor to stop stray sparks landing on your canvas. Amazingly this compact stove offers over 3Kw of heat but weighs only 14kg, so you really can take anywhere you want. The long stainless steel flue helps carry the smoke away so you won’t breath it in.

Incorporating a flue makes the Outbacker® Firebox Flame ideal for being installed in fire retardant shelters such as Tipis, Bell Tents, Yurts and even sheds! We also sell flashing kits, so that it can correctly be installed with the flue going out the roof of the shelter. This means that the stove can also be utilised for heating as well as cooking.

The Firebox Flame offers a large surface to cook on and the 60mm flue pipe means that you can also use add our water boiler to have hot water on tap. There is plenty of room for pans on top of the stove, you can even remove the hot plate cover so the open flames can lick the bottom of the pot, offering you more control over the heat when cooking.

Finally, with the glass door and side panels you can while away the hours watching the fire roar.


Flue height 2.15m Total height (inc stove) 2.51m

Size 240mm (W) x 220mm (H) x 400mm (L)

Legs extended 240mm (W) x 360mm (H) x 400mm (L)

Glass window in sides 14.5cm x 11cm

Glass window in door 12.5cm x 6cm

We accept no responsibility for the use or misuse of the stove . We recommend this for use only with a fire retardant canvas tent, tipi or yurt alongside a suitable flashing kit for installing in a canvas shelter. It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure the shelter used has the appropriate fire retardant qualities necessary. We advise not to leave stoves unattended and to make sure it has been extinguished prior to sleeping. Always make sure the stove is stood on something heat proof, as accidental sparks may go straight through the groundsheet. We do not accept any liability for loss or damage incurred by use of the stove howsoever caused.