Game Changing Wood Stove – The Pack Stove by Simple Theory Gear



Before you ask, this is NOT a paid promotion, and NOT a sponsored video. I bought this stove myself, and truly love it! It’s been a good while since I’ve seen a new idea in a wood stove. An innovation, something that changes the game. I’m not saying it’s the best wood stove out there, but there are reasons to consider it so. Thanks for watching!

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Gear Used in This Video:
The Pack Stove: www.simpletheorygear.com
Silky Saw:
Thermarest Z-Seat:
Mora Kansbol:
Danner Hiking Boots:
Hidden Woodsmen Gear: www.thehiddenwoodsmen.com
Stanley Adventure Cook Kit:
Evernew Titanium Stove:
GSI Coffee Mug:
Coffee Rocket by GSI:
Procamptek Fire Plugs:
Titanium Canteen Cook Kit:
Pocket Bellows:

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Extra Lens – Olympus 40-150mm:
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Small Tripod – Joby GorillaPod:
Lavalier Mic – Rode RodeLink:
Shotgun Mic – Rode VideoMic Pro+:
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  • Looks like a good one. Ty

    Joe Shanks June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Very cool kit and good review. Thanks doc.

    Vic Kaiser June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • My goto coffee int the outdoors is folgers coffee bags. tea bags with coffee……

    Jim and Peggy Bishop June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • I wish it came with a brown bag for it. I would also like to see a tinder tin that fits in the bottom when storing.

    Red Oak June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Well, they're on sale. Im getting one.

    Joe Blazer June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • I really like small stoves and I like ones that can use different fuels. I like the look and simplicity of that stove and I may have to get one soon to add to my small stove collection.

    Carlos Guns June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • I like it. Good one.

    Duke Makedo June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Would it be tough enough for a piece of Charcoal? Also an added bonus it probably would keep you warm.

    Mitch M June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • “… cause I’m not…”

    Mac Daddy June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • GOT MY VOTE DR WE SUB BECAUSE YOU USE URE OWN MONEY TO BUY & REVIEW ALSO YOU GIVE US THE LINKS TO GET NEW GEAR THANK YOU. & WE SUPPORT THE SMALL MOM & POPS STORES .

    Keith Cronk June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Where you can shop at Goodwill or some sort of a container that you can do the same thing with I'm not really a big fan of that Stanley water thing you're going inside that because you know it's too tight of a fit if you've ever done anything similar to that you'll know what I'm talking about but yeah you can make this thing for probably $2 or something similar to it to get you by you know that I'll be homemade and you know V2 box $3 or something like that and you know and it'll work just as good… Well that's my two cents

    Clay Guinard June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • What was the coffee jet?

    Zanshin Habit June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • What was that, Vietnamese coffee?  You forgot the condensed milk.

    Ed Salinas June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • If you're stopping for a quick coffee, how long does it take to cool off, before you can pack it back into its bag?

    Mitch Pearce June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Gotta stay with the Solostove Lite. Nests very well with 900 pot, cool bottom and gasification for low smoke and efficiency.

    William Harper June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • You put to much wood in the stove and try not to tear down that wood from a dead tree limb. It's best to chop down a tree to do it. The birds use those limbs to sit down in and the squirrels use it to teach the babies how to play and do squirrel things.

    W Flores June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Heard the price and clicked off!

    Douglas Pohl June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • $44. ?? That a lot for some sheet metal. It probably cost all of $2.00 to make. I mean to stamp out. This stuff is all overpriced. The best value is the Mora Robust knife on Amazon for $13.34.

    https://www.amazon.com/Morakniv-Craftline-Robust-Carbon-3-6-Inch/dp/B00SROLRDK/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=mora+robust+knife&qid=1579821950&sr=8-1

    cathode follower June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Used can cost nothing.

    BoBo Z June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Yes u r lol. I like the stove I think I'll buy one. Thanks for the post.

    Roy Paul Carter June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Nice but way to expensive. Maybe 10 bucks. Why this stuff so pricey? Thx for your time making this.

    Big Racer June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Keeping twig stoves this size going is a constant chore and a lot of effort I find. Firebox stove is a much better size as you can put decent size wood in it.

    Biker Bytes June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • "Some kind of weirdo" is relative when you're in the woods talking to a camera by yourself about a tiny stove when you probably have a working one a home 🙂 Beautiful stove thanks for sharing!

    kmonnier June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • better then that..toy's …and also free..https://youtu.be/2VX1CgxlpLM

    FMK fmk June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • I am really happy with my gasifier, but if I was in the market, this design would be interesting. also looks like you could put a decent fire kit in the bottom while it is packed up. the removable top/bottom would hold a round tin in if you could find one that fit it tight.

    Other Than Intended Purpose June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • You'll get a lot better results from the bellows blow pipe if you crimp the far end around a nail or something to form a jet.

    Danm Slacker June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Love it. Can't buy it, though. Sold out. Thanks for the video

    Fat Bike Big World June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Interesting stove and great review!

    KrizAkoni June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • looks like a nice stove, i'm getting one

    Mr. Waynes June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • You know what it has been quite a few years since I did a lot of camping and backpacking and it is like I have been asleep for decades and now I wake up to discover that 90% of people are so brainwashed by technology. They cannot even go camping with out all of the trappings of 21st century tech even right down to how they cook their food. They cannot even stand not being able to use their laptops, cell phones and tablets so they lug these with them along with solar panels to keep the batteries charged and then then all rush out to buy a fancy camp stove that also has to be lugged around, this is fine if you drive to every where you go and then call this camping but is not too bright if you are back packing unless you have a pack mule. Back in the day when I was back packing all I carried was a surplus WW2 mess kit a WW2 canteen with the cup that that the canteen fit into, these served as your cooking pots and frying pans etc, along with these a good hunting knife with a sheath and a shovel that folded and a hatchet. For cooking all I did was to dig a shallow trench that lined up with the direction of the wind and the width of the trench was smaller than the smallest pot and gradually got wider for the larger pans you may have. I was going to use that way you did not need a grate to set the pot on you just set the pot down an the outer edges straddled the trench. You build a fire in the trench and let it burn down to a bed of embers and you feed the fire with new fuel at the up wind end of the trench, If the fire was a little too hot all you had to do was to spread the embers out along the length of the trench so the hot embers were not as close to the bottom of your pot. By having a trench with a little practice you are able to regulate the cooking temperature just like the dial on an electric cook top. Oh and here is another long forgotten trick, how many of you struggle to clean the soot deposits from the sides and bottoms of your expensive pots and frying pans? when cooking on an open fire here is what you do. To minimize soot build up wait until the fire burns down to a bed of hot coals without a lot of flames, but also take a bar of soap and rub it like wax on the bottom and sides of your pots until it is coated with a thin layer of soap. Any soot build up will be on the soap and not on the metal of the pot and is easily wiped off when cleaning the pot after its use.

    Robert Backlund June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Who in the hell would carry a "pack" stove that doesn't pack down flat – what the heck?

    Dave Cason June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • Nice design. Overpriced.

    Kankudai June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply
  • The first time I saw a hobo stove it really started me thinking about what else is there that is just lying around that can be adapted to survival gear. Ingenious device.

    George Crabtree June 26, 2020 9:05 am Reply

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