Hot Tent Stove | T-Brick Mini

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@jonathanmoore3419
Thanks Lonewolf for the detailed overview of the T Brick mini – very impressive! It may be small but it sounds like it still packs a punch when generating heat. Also I love the reinforced construction just about everywhere on the Mini – nice to know that there will be little to no warping. πŸ‘. Just unboxed my Oroqen stove and I was blown away on how solid and well thought out the design is. They spared no details. Thanks for the great intro to this stove.

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@GoingSoloOutdoors
I’m still using a Gstove which I love. It’s as durable as a tank but it also weighs as much as one! Been looking for a lighter weight stove for hiking. This one might be the one to get! You always give such thorough breakdown of the product! Really appreciate it!

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@DavidNorthFilms
Hey Jeremy, quick question for you. I’m looking at getting a hot tent stove this season. I’m looking at a pomoly, something small. I’m also looking at getting the pomoly stovehut 20. Which stove will go well with that tent? I’ve had a few companies reach out to me to film their stoves but they seem a bit questionable, so pomoly looks like a good way to go. Thanks Jeremy, congrats on 300k!

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@alexandergutfeldt1144
I own a T1 mini fastfold without any side windows.
While I really like the fastfold feature I don’t think it is essential, since the most challenging part of the assembly is cleanly threading the thre screws, that attachthe damper and anchor the stove pipe.
What I like about the T-Brick Mini (vs. my T1-Mini) is the dual wall construction on one side. That heat shielding makes safe placement in a small tent, e.g. Polish lavuu, a lot easier!

Nice to see the company is evolving and improving the stoves.

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@iceman256
Nice looking stove. Performed as expected πŸ‘ Someday I’ll purchase one,when they come on the CNDN market. I already have 2 stoves..Russian Bear medium and Danchel for my UP2 hot tent and 3×2 vestibule…both require stoves in the harsh cold Northern Ontario winters,where the temperature drops down to -35c to -40c without the wind chill. Thanks for the shareπŸ‘ŠπŸ’₯πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

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