Keeping your bell tent warm with the bushmaster camping stove
26th March 2018
Bell Tent camping – The Bushmaster Camp Stove
We are all well aware that bell tent camping or glamping is one of the UK’s biggest forms of outdoor pursuit. Nothing quite compares to a perfect sunny camping trip in the rolling hills of the lake district or a cornish seaside break. Sounds great! Right? Well it would be if it wasn’t for the British weather.
The poor weather conditions amongst and loss of major home comforts has seen the increase of glamping in Yurts, EcoPods, Bell tents and all manner of upmarket off the grid escapes.
Still, when it comes down to it the weather still plays a major part in making a glamping trip comfortable.
Bushmaster camp stove – Bringing out the best in camping.
Portable stoves such as the Bushmaster camping stove (right) and to some extent the Frontier stove and Traveller stove have offered the glamping fraternity the opportunity to bring many of homes comforts and most importantly the romance of a fire safely into your camping trip.
The design of the Bushmaster is very different to the design of say many other woodburning stoves as there are very different requirements in both circumstances.
Home multi fuel stoves such as the Vesta V4MF is designed to retain heat for long periods of time and run efficiently on a 4 or more meter flue system. The major difference with the Bushmaster camp stove is its designed to rapidly heat up and cool down allowing for quick cook times as well as cool down times when you’re ready to pack up and move on. It is also lightweight, made from a thinner material so that the hotplate reaches higher temperatures. However, the differences stop here. The Bushmaster contains all the technology tried and tested in our range of stoves. An air wash helps maintain a perfect view of the flames and a fully lined firebox not only ensures the Bushmaster has a long life but gives burn efficiencies of up to 85%.