Seek Outside SXL Titanium Wood Stove & Stovepipe

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Stoves add comfort, the ability to dry gear, and gives cold weather trips an element of enjoyment and fun that is lacking without the stove. They allow you to go to bed warm and dry, and to warm up first thing in the morning. They can also extend or replace cooking fuel weight.

They don’t however, replace sleeping gear insulation. The stoves burn hot and fast, but to keep the temps up they need to be fed regularly. So if you have a forecast for 0° then you should have a 0° rated bag, unless you want to stay up all night stoking the fire.

Longer burn times require larger wood. If you prep larger wood you can get through the night with 3-4 stokings. In our opinion a good beefy knife for batoning rounds and a good quality folding or lightweight saw are all the tools you need for wood prep, and are superior to a hatchet or axe for most users.

Features:
Titanium construction
Intake control
Sliding door
Damper with integral spark arrestor
Stove packs down to roughly 10.25″ X 14″ X 3″ tall
Stovepipe rolls up to roughly 12″ long cylinder 3 1/8″ in diameter (held in place by pipe rings)

 

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You can’t beat the comfort of a fire in camp! The Seek Outside stoves are a great way to bring the fire inside for those chilly nights and mornings to help you stay motivated.  They’ll warm up a tipi in a hurry and can help keep things warm as you’re cooking to reduce fuel usage.  The SXL is a nice size for the 6 and 8 man tipis.  Wear gloves during assembly to avoid getting cut by the sharp edges on the pipe when sliding the retaining rings on.  

Instructions:

  • Stove Assembly – lay bottom out and assemble sides, back, front into the grooves.  Put top on, then keeping pressure on top and bottom insert one leg from bottom through top.  Install wingnut on top, then install wingnut on bottom and tension.  It is much easier to install the next three legs, just repeat the process.  The flat based weld nuts are feet.
    • When burning for the first time, do not over tighten the stove box or you will cause warping.  
    • Clean the titanium before the first burn – any fingerprints will heat set and be there forever.
  • Pipe Assembly – The pipe is a bear to roll the first time, but after burning it is a cinch.  The first burn heat sets the pipe, and gives it memory of the stovepipe shape.  To roll it the first time, take your time, and wear gloves.  Start on one end, carefully rolling the pipe into an elongated cone shape until you can slip the first ring on. Milk that ring down the pipe slowly, adding more rings as you go.   Alternatively, you can use two or more people to make the job go quicker.  The lazy man’s way is to take a long piece of PVC and use that to help roll the pipe into shape.  
    • The pipe goes around the damper.  Slide the lower pipe ring up to give some room for expansion, slip the pipe over the damper, then lower the pipe ring to tighten.
    • Make sure there are no crinkles or creases in the pipe before the first burn, or they will be there forever.
  • Fire Starting –  Wetfire, Instafire, trioxane, commercial paraffin wax infused cardboard products (sold for starting charcoal grills), or vaseline soaked cotton balls all work great for starting fires in our stoves.  With one of these lit in the middle to back of the stove, start by placing small twigs or shavings on top, leaving plenty of breathing room until it’s going well.  Once a good coal bed is going you can place rounds in.   More traditional fire starting with jute twine, charcloth, flint and steel, shavings, etc, are crazy fun but unfortunately not in our stoves.  The door size limits access and the commercial or home prep fire starters work better.
  • Burn Chamber 8.25″ Tall / 10.25″ Wide / 14″ long 
  • Height with legs 12 inches 
  • Weight of Stove including Damper, legs, hardware, and Storage bag, is 40 oz.
  • Stovepipe weighs 2 oz per foot
  • Made in CO, USA