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  • Do****we
    Works well overall, but there are gaps in the sides at the bottom when used as advertised. I turned the stove 90 degrees and there was more space between the brick and the stove, but less space drawing in cold air. It works better this way (depicted in picture) and heated food well.
    2023-02-04
  • Ma****an
    Love this mat as an addition to my Stovehut 70 2.0. It provides another layer of protection to the bottom of the tent. The fireproof portion prevents any damage or spread of fire on the ground or within the tent. It adds a little weight and bulk when carrying but will fit inside the tent carry bag. You can see it in use on many of my hot tent camping videos on my YouTube channel BlueSea Bushcraft & Outdoors. I would recommend it. Happy 😃 Camping 🏕️
    2023-02-04
  • E****n
    I absolutely love this stove. Ive had probably 5 burns in it now. The quality is there, the chimney pipes fit tight. The only downside is the door latch is small and would be better with a spring or something to make it easier to close and deflect heat. I would have gave it 5 stars if it was a bit cheaper and the door latch was different. Still very happy with my purchace and would recomend.
    2023-02-03
  • Pe****ký
    Hi, please what is the packed Size of the bag when fully packed? Thank you, Peter
    2023-02-01
  • P****S
    Received in perfect condition. Took awhile but I wasn't in a hurry. Haven't used it yet but have seen video reviews and very confident this is the Ideal product for my Tiny Home . It took me some time to figure out how I wanted to install it. pleased to say I am very happy with the result. I also ordered two 45 degree pieces and ended up ordering two 90 degree pieces as well. This was actually a blessing for my application. I would have given 5 stars but there no such thing as perfect. I give 4.5 Stars.
    2023-01-30
  • Te****rn
    I'm very pleased with this wood stove. The stove was made with good quality and performs nice. I have a little cast iron skillet that I use for cooking on top. This is a great wood stove!!
    2023-01-29
  • M****k
    Love this fire pit! Have easily used it 50+ since getting it at the beginning of summer. It’s perfect. Have the titanium one which is still plenty heavy but easy to move. Burns great. Fun to take apart and put back together.
    2023-01-28
  • St****er
    Klasse Zelt für 1 Person mit Ofen
    Sylvester damit beim Biwak gewesen
    Leicht schnell aufzubauen
    2023-01-20
  • St****so
    Others must have magic. Unable to get a good seal. 3m? How? Unwieldy and much more difficult than the video shows. The bottom is not a straight line but angled so how can it possibly fit in the damper? Same for the top, the spark arrestor barely fits. One almost gets there but then moving it opens the joints . Good luck.
    2023-01-19
  • Ca****rt
    Well, Pomoly clearly rectified the leak issues with the 2.0 version of this tent. I have had it out a couple of times with no leaking whatsoever in inclement weather. The tent is very roomy for one person but could easily accommodate two. One cot will fit nicely in the tent with some room to spare. The craftsmanship, sewing, and material are very good on this tent and all items pack neatly in the provided carry bag. It comes with a great stove jack which you cut yourself. I just used the chimney cap and traced a hole in the jack and cut the circle out. I really like the layout and it reminds me of when I was in boy scouts and used pup tents., where this one has numerous tie-outs. I love the flexibility in regard to setting up the tent. You can use the poles which can be purchased, hiking poles, or ridgeline to support the tent. The provided pegs I felt were sufficient with the Sheppard hook-type design. I don't think they would hold up to real hard ground though. Using my T-brick Altay Winter Stove kept me very warm and cozy, being well over 30 degrees celsius at times. I purchased the ground sheet which complemented the tent perfectly providing an extra moisture barrier and protection from coals the fire may throw. The only thing I noted was some sweating inside which is not uncommon in these types of tents. Granted while cooking I did not ventilate the tent which was most likely a contributing factor. There were no drips inside but there was just a small layer of moisture present. The only possible issue I found was the wings on the back side of the tent, where they do not tighten all the way when pegged out and droop somewhat. It's not a deal breaker but I wish I could get, a little more taunt. I know there was some bad press initially on this tent but the issues have been rectified and it is a very packable tent, Maybe not by backpacking standards but doable.

    Check out my YouTube Channel BlueSea Bushcraft & Outdoors and watch a review on my tent https://youtu.be/k9q_3o65nHc and my first camp out https://youtu.be/WLtMVzyXIxQ

    Happy Camping
    2023-01-18
  • Pi****on
    I don't mind the rolled stove pipe but I wanted a more rigid one. This also accommodates my Hex Plus and Stovehit 70 2.0. I chose this pipe to compliment my T-Brick Altay Winter Stove. It did not disappoint and fit nicely and snugly on the stove damper extension on top of the stove. The bottom pipe also adapts to the previous size pipe from Pomoly due to its stepped design. The only possible issue I would have in regards to this is possible creosote running down the pipe onto the stove. The pipe is very strong with very little flex. With the guylines attached, it is rock solid. But obviously, this pipe will be a little more work when it comes to cleaning. I purchased a 2.5-inch pipe brush from Winnerwell to clean it as Pomoly does not currently sell one. But you do make some sacrifices when it comes to weight and packability. There is also the added cost of this pipe as it's quite expensive. Shipping and duty inflate it even further when it comes to Canada. Check out my YouTube Channel BlueSea Bushcraft & Outdoors for my review on this pipe https://youtu.be/H0yhOtX29M0. Overall I am very satisfied with this product and if you are a diehard in regards to hot tent camping I would not hesitate on purchasing. Happy camping.
    2023-01-18
  • Gr****nt
    I have spent many comfortable nights in my Hex Plus. It has held up well to continued use.
    I would only change a few things.:
    1. We have seen the center pole snap on two of them when the wind gets above 30mph. Wyoming winds like to destroy tents. :)
    2. It would be nice to have multiple loops on the inside walls to hang items off of.
    3. The hat is un-needed. The Bromance 70 does fine without it.
    4. An integral inner tent option would be nice. In Colorado and Wyoming it is must to keep out mice and snakes. The current option just adds to setup time.
    Overall though I love the tent and you can't go wrong with it.
    2023-01-17
  • La****en
    This tarp is awsome, love it. Perfect for ny use.
    2023-01-17
  • La****en
    This tarp is awsome, love it. Perfect for ny use.
    2023-01-17
  • İL****KE
    2023 YILININ İLK KAMPINI ARKADAŞIMLA BERABER ÇADIRLARIMIZLA OLDUKÇA KEYİFLE GEÇİRİDK. KURULUMU OLDUKÇA KOLAY VE SOĞUKTA KORUNAKLI. KULLANIMI ÇOK ÇEŞİTLİ OLDUĞUNDAN OLDUKÇA EĞLENCELİ BİR ÇADIR. KESİNLİKLE TAVSİYE EDERİM. BEN ALDIĞIMDA ZEMİN ÖRTÜSÜ YOKTU ŞİMDİ HEMEN SİPARİŞ ETMEYİ DÜŞÜNÜYORUM. WORLDCAMP YOUTUBE KANALIMDA İNCELEYEBİLİRSİNİZ.
    2023-01-16
  • Ro****an
    Fantastic stove! The stove length accommodates the logs I buy so no more need to trim the length with a saw. This makes the camping experience that much better with less work.
    Also, I love the new line of hot tents from Pomoly.
    2023-01-15
  • Je****es
    This stove is pretty awesome and worth the money.
    2023-01-12
  • Sw****ck
    Seems like the length of a review is limited - ok - I busted it ;-D.
    Here comes PART 2 of my review
    (...) Using dried oak 30cm/11.8 inch logs my stove burns comfortably about 60-max 90 minutes after which I have to reload it. (I have not yet used softwood though which will come later this winter when we go high and cannot carry wood climbing up the high mountain). Fueling it like this makes it pretty cumbersome to keep the tent consistently warm. However: As my stove got somehow congested with not fully burned wood just underneath the damper (at the other end of the oven/loading door) I will now try 3 things:
    1 - bring a little steel rod to redistribute stuck coal that blocks (part of) the chimney outlet in the burn chamber
    2 - bring some compressed wood bricks for the sleeping hours and see if the burning time is increasing/the ash production more even.
    3 - to flip the stove lid so the air intake and the exhaust outlet are on the same side. Saw some YT people doing this who were happy with the result.

    Heat distribution
    The glass windows of the T1 Perspective work wonders (I place my oven with the large window facing the sleeping area) - the titanium back holds the heat sufficiently away from my tent. Also the stove tent is not distributing crazy heat to the floor, a fact I was amazed to see. Overall I am happy with the heat distribution. However, I will try an induction fan next time to see if this even improves the heat distribution especially at low/slow burn rate.

    Heat safety:
    I constructed my jack whole so that the pipe is always at least 30 cm / 11 inch away from the tent and the oven is 60cm/22 inch away from the tent walls. I also reinforced the stove facing tent wall with an additional center rope (my local outdoor shop did this for me) so I can keep away the stove facing tent wall at heavy winds. Plus: I still use my carbon monoxide detector, safetey first.

    Upgrade ideas:
    1. doubling the size the air intake knob
    2, Would love to see an attachable hot water tank as this is (besides the obvious advantage to have a constant supply of warm water in the tent)
    - another heat storage and
    - a heat protection shield
    3. attachable stone cage: Great for heat storage (and outdoor tent sauna experiences)

    So - thats it for the moment. Will keep testing it this winter in pretty much all Swiss Mountain conditions and then give my long time review late March.
    With that - keep pushing out in the snow and pure nature - that's what makes life worth living!
    Have fun :-)
    Nick
    2023-01-12
  • Sw****ck
    Hey there you crazy cool winter outdoorers ;-D,
    here come my 2 cents from the first nights out in a tent with the Pomoly T1 Perspective stove. Don't take my opinion for granted and always with a grain of salt as this is my very subjective review and might most likely not reflect other opinions.

    General:
    In general the Pomoly T1 Perspective is a great, lightweight and packable outdoor bushcraft took that makes me and my sons (5 and 11 years old) capable of bearing high alpine winter overnights (beyond 1500 meters altitude) where it needs to warm a adapted 3 season tent for 3-5 Persons. and develop a cosy warm environment, in harsh circumstances such as snow storms a less cozy yet save overnight environment. I transport it as a backpack item as well as with the pulka sledge .

    The Start:
    The unpacking was a delight - all in perfect condition, great and break safe package, very handy bag. The built quality is superb, only the damper welding spots seemed not up to the standard, however works perfectly fine so far. After a thorough burn in for a around 3 hours in the plain open of my garden I did the first test night in my winter adapted (=stove jack) 3 season dome tent at zero degree Celsius (32 F). Went in with my two boys and it worked without any issues. Also put in (safety first) a carbon monoxide detector - yet - no alarm in 10 h burning time at all levels of heat/amber.

    Time to get a tent warm
    Tent went warm super quickly and close to no smoke leakage into the tent. Had to fiddle around quite a bit though until I found the sweet spot of my oven between the right amount of Air Intake and Damper closure - but hey - that's true for any oven you use for the first time. Only complain (small one) would be the air intake knob - that's a real pitn when you want to adjust in the pitch dark. If double the length that would be a HUGE improvement for better/great air intake handling.

    Chimney
    The roll up chimney is a great thing - formed it by using the pool noodle rolling trick and burned it in prior to my first tent usage (see above). Rolling it (small or long) now works perfectly. No fumes leakage into the tent!

    Spark arrestor
    This little animal is a handy one as it also helps stabilizing my 9.84ft / 3m pipe. It also keeps sparks away from the tent perfectly so far (no strong wind test done though). HOWEVER: 2 things I don't like so far:
    1. when applying ropes to the carbines provided with the spark arrestor the ropes tend to melt/burn due to the (seemingly still) hot exhaust fumes up there (9.84ft / 3m pipe).
    Quick Fix Solution: I built a workaround with 360 degree turnable aluminum carbines that hold the ropes in good distance from the heat while not conducting the heat directly due to its 2 part moving design.
    2. small drops of tar water have been dripping on my tent which are not fully removable anymore hence make persisting black stains. . Not a big thing - just an optical flaw.

    Burn time
    Using dried oak 30cm/11.8 inch logs my stove burns comfortably about 60-max 90 minutes after which I have to reload it. (I have not yet used softwood though which will come later this winter when we go high and cannot carry wood climbing up the high mountain). Fueling it like this makes it pretty cumbersome to keep the tent consistently warm. However: As my stove got somehow congested with not fully burned wood just underneath the damper (at the other end of the oven/loading door) I will now try 3 things:
    1 - bring a little steel rod to redistribute stuck coal that blocks (part of) the chimney outlet in the burn chamber
    2 - bring some compressed wood bricks for the sleeping hours and see if the burning time is increasing/the ash production more even.
    3 - to flip the stove lid so the air intake and the exhaust outlet are on the same side. Saw some YT people doing this who were happy with the result.

    Heat distribution
    The glass windows of the T1 Perspective work wonders (I place my oven with the large window facing the sleeping area) - the titanium back holds the heat sufficiently away from my te
    2023-01-11

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