Winnerwell Woodlander Tent Stove + Stove Jack
WINNERWELL IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE TO CANADA.
The Woodlander wood stove incorporates the easy to use performance boosting features of a luxury glamping stove, with the bulletproof construction required for ripping hot fires, quick and even cooking, and long slow smoldering through decades of cold nights. The ‘large’ model occupies the sweet spot between size, weight, and portability. Not too big, not to small -- Goldilocks would hot tent with a Woodlander. This hot blooded, hard waring, heavy hitting tent stove is ideal for canvas tents of all shapes and sizes, in addition to tiny homes, yurts, tipis, ice fishing houses, hunting shacks, and even van life.
The Woodlander is available in two versions: The Original Woodlander Tent Stove, and the new Woodlander Double View with dual side windows running the length of the stove body.
The Woodlander is crafted entirely from premium quality food-grade stainless steel – a specially formulated alloy selected for its superior strength, corrosion resistance, and extreme temperature tolerance. Black paint or powder coatings commonly found on cheap tent stoves can chip, scratch, and expose the underlying inferior metal to rust. The Woodlander’s industrial grade stainless steel is designed to withstand years of use and abuse – the smooth finished firebox is easy to clean and requires minimal maintenance.
NOTE: As with all tent stoves (and cookware) – be sure to thoroughly season it outdoors with a long, hot, burn to remove any residues leftover from the manufacturing process. A beautiful patina (heat tint) develops over time and use which is unique to each stove – and is a good indicator of a hardworking, high quality stainless steel.
The large cooking surface (10” x 18”) is twice as thick as the stove body at 1/8” providing even heat distribution and retention. The fire hole cover sits flush with the cooking surface and can be removed to provide direct access to the flames for fire roasting peppers, charring steaks, or toasting marshmallows.
Winnerwell spent a good deal of time thinking about the perfect legs – and they nailed it. The Woodlander’s tri-pod stand system is ultra-stable and can support more weight than it would ever need to hold during normal use – such as the full body weight of this 135lbs author. The legs are spring loaded for easy deployment, as well as spring locking providing the perfect amount of tension to ensure the legs fold up ONLY when you want them to but without a struggle. The feet even have holes so the stove can be staked, bolted, or nailed down for extra security or permanent installations.
Stainless steel folding grates attached to the top of the cylinder stove body are multi-purpose. Deployed they act as a drying rack for wet socks or a warming rack for fresh bread. Collapsed they can be used as a handle for easy transport.
Folding fire grate suspends wood fuel above the floor of the firebox to provide extra airflow under the fire and allow ash to fall to the bottom of the stove for easy cleaning.
The spark arrestor ¼” lattice weave prevents large pieces of burning debris from escaping the flue pipe – and nests completely inside a flue pipe section for clean storage and transport.
The flue damper has a small handle that twists to open or close to a plate inside the flue pipe that restricts the amount of air able to pass through. Dampers are useful to prevent heat from escaping when the stove is not in use or to prevent ash from blowing around the firebox during cleaning.
NOTE: It is a common tent stove mistake to use a damper to reduce burn rate by limiting draft or ‘pull’ of air through the firebox. Preventing smoke and toxic gasses like carbon monoxide from escaping through the flew pipe pushes them into the firebox, and ultimately into your tent. Controlling the burn rate of a tent stove is better accomplished by limiting oxygen delivery through the air intake on the front of the stove.
The door on the firebox is equipped with a large tempered glass viewing window which makes for easy fire monitoring and ambiance.
The air intake vent has a heat safe handle to adjust amount of oxygen available and influence the burn rate; an oxygen starved fire will burn slowly, an oxygen deprived fire will (eventually) extinguish.
The included stainless steel ash scraper has a curved blade to clean debris from the bottom of the stove, was well as a hook to lift the fire hole cover.
Designed to be portable, the flue pipe system, ash scraper and grates can be disassembled and stored inside the firebox for compact storage and transport. Weighing just shy of 30lbs and built like a tank, the Woodlander is light enough and tough enough to toss in a truck or strap on a pack llama.
Heat Output and Efficiency
The Woodlander runs HOT and is equipped with several thoughtfully designed features to maximize heat output and efficiency. Baffle plates, air intake adjuster, cylinder stove body, and burn grates help this stove fire up quickly and burn fuel completely. The thick stainless steel stores and radiates heat outwards for enjoyment, as well as inwards to promote a more complete combustion – maximizing heat energy production while reducing waste in the form of ash, smoke, and unburnt debris.
BE ADVISED: If you are accustomed to cheap, black powder coated, mass produced cylinder stoves, the Woodlander requires half the amount fuel to produce the same amount of heat. Overfiring any tent stove is unnecessary, unsafe, and not recommended.
Flue Pipe Heat Shield prevents the hot flue pipe on the Woodlander Tent Stove from directly contacting the exit point of your tent. Strongly recommended for use with the Exit 1 Stove Jack included with all Woodlander Tent Stoves.
Keep your hot tent clean with a Winnerwell Fire Mat! Lightweight and packable, this fireproof mat protects your tent floor from hot coals and embers that may escape your tent stove during cleaning or refueling.
Throw in a Carry Bag to keep your new Woodlander Tent Stove clean and organized in transport.
Always have hot water on hand with the Winnerwell Water Tank.
Canvas bell tents are not for use with open fire pits. Fire safety is the responsibility of the user. We encourage you to educate yourself and practice vigilant fire safety. Read our FAQ and blogs to learn more about fire safety. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns at any time. Always check local fire restrictions prior to starting a fire as rules and regulations may change frequently throughout the year. CanvasCamp cannot be held liable for any damage or injury to persons or property resulting from the use or misuse of fire or flammable materials in or around our tents.
Always use a carbon monoxide detector when using a wood burning stove inside your tent.
|Flue Exit Type||Top Exit|
|Height||Stove Body: 9.5” Assembled: 109” (9ft 1in)|
|Length||Stove Body: 18” Assembled: 25”|
|Width||Stove Body: 10” Assembled: 25.5”|
|Total weight (lbs)||30.8|
|Boxed Dimensions (1)||18"x14"x12"|
- Woodlander Large Tent Stove body
- 5 Flue pipe sections (3.5" diameter, each 17" long)
- Flue pipe damper
- Fire grate
- Ash scraper
- Spark Arrestor
- Exit Stove Jack - read our complete guide on How to Install a Tent Stove Jack
NOTE: Carry bag is NOT included.
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