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Winnerwell Nomad Stove (Large Size)

Winnerwell Nomad Stove (Large Size)

Regular price $750.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $750.00 CAD
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Like the Woodland, the Nomad is the mightiest portable stove around. The large 18” firebox is built for standard length split wood, meaning you have to refill less often to stay toasty warm. Key features include foldable legs, lightweight stainless steel, adjustable air intake, and flue sections that fit inside the stove. The Nomad comes with all the bells and whistles including the flue kit, spark arrestor, damper, and an Exit 45 stove jack.

The difference between the Nomad and Woodland: Nomad has 4 legs instead of 3, a square firebox and slightly shorter legs.

Flue Exit Type: Top Exit
Flue Diameter: 3.5”
Flue Length: 4x 17” sections
Dimensions: 18”(L) x 9.8”(W) x 9.8”(H) (109”(H) with flue assembled)
Total Weight: 34 lbs

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Which stove is the best?

Well, that depends on your needs.

Weight, portability, heat output and refueling are the major considerations.

We have smaller portable tent stoves and larger glamping stoves.

While the heat output of our portable stoves is comparable to our glamping stoves, you need to think about how often you’ll be refueling.

Our portable stoves just fit standard-length firewood but you will still need to splinter the wood, whereas our glamping stoves can fit three logs with little work involved.

Another consideration: the more windows, the cozier the ambiance.

Check out our ‘101’ on tent stoves.

Which tent is best for a stove?

Any of our tents can be used. The general rule of thumb to maximize heat output: the smaller and thicker tent, the warmer you will stay.

Do the stoves come with everything you need?

Generally, yes. If you aren’t venting your stove horizontally through the window, make sure you have purchased a modular stove jack (this is our most popular). We also highly recommend purchasing one of our fireproof mats (made with fiberglass) to avoid burning the base of your tent, as well as a pipe brush to keep your stove safely running at maximum efficiency.

Are the tents fireproof?

In a word, yes.

Many standards and tests for fireproofing exist.

Generally, a material is determined to be fireproof when it resists burning in a specific set of circumstances, in a specific time frame.

For camping tents, it all comes down to two tests: the cigarette test and the open flame test—CanvasCamp tents pass both.

Keep in mind: A fireproof material may still burn when exposed to fire exceeding the intensity or duration that it is designed to withstand.

So, to enhance the fire protection of your tent, we recommend applying Burnblock to any canvas that may be exposed to sparks from a wood burning tent stove.

This product is safe for your canvas tent, family and the environment as it’s made without harsh chemicals. Reapply Burnblock along with waterproofing treatment after deep cleaning your tent.

Still have questions? Check out our full FAQ section!

How do i practice fire safety?

General safety tips when using one of our wood-burning tent stoves in one of our tents:

• Use a carbon monoxide monitor when using a wood burning stove inside your tent.

• When using one of our exits, leave a minimum distance of four feet between the stove and the exit.

• Do your due diligence in advance of purchasing a tent stove from a third-party. We cannot provide advice on third-party products.

• Never leave your stove unattended.

• Use a double-wall stove pipe a jack, where possible.

• Scrape your ash and clean your flue (with one of our handy pipe brushes) after every fire.