Riley Stove Little Amigo Wood Burning Camp Stove

$215.00

  • A 300 lb. man can stand on this stove and it will not collapse.
  • Measures: 11″W x 10″D x 18″L
  • Total Weight: 12lbs.
  • Holds Heat: 1-2 hrs
  • It will heat a 10’x12′ wall tent
  • Stove Jack/Pipe Size: 4″

We ship these from the Warehouse!!  We do not stock them in the store.

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Description

The Riley Stove Little Amigo is pictured with a water tank, stove pipe, spark arrester, and shelf.  They are sold separately.

One of our most Compact Models

  • A 300 lb. man can stand on this stove and it will not collapse.
  • It can boil a cup of water is about 7 minutes.
  • Measures: 11″W x 10″D x 18″L
  • Total Weight: 12lbs.
  • Will feed 2 to 3 people easily.
  • Holds Heat: 1-2 hrs
  • It will heat a 10’x12′ wall tent
  • Stove Jack/Pipe Size: 4″
  • Constructed from 18 gauge to 24 gauge galvanized steel. 18 gauge used at all stress and wear areas. 20 gauge on top.
  • Riley Stoves with their double bottom and double walls is a very high quality lightweight stove.
  • Yes, you can use Compressed Logs!!

Hand Made in the USA!!!

The Riley Stove Little Amigo is a sturdy stove weighing

12 lb.  A small shelf and 5 feet of 4″ pipe stores neatly inside the firebox.  It will heat a 10′ x 12′ tent and will feed 2-3 people.  The combined weight of both the Little Amigo and Accessory Group 2 is 22 lb.  Its dimensions are 11″ x 10″ x 18″ with a 4″ chimney hole.

It will fit into most panniers.

Little Amigo Stove with Group 2

  • Little Amigo Stove
  • 2 Gallon Water Tank
  • Small Shelf
  • 5 – 4″ x 15″ Stove Pipe
  • (In-line spark box not included)
  • Total = $333

Will the galvanized coating on the stove bother me?

It will not because the galvanized coating becomes liquefied when it gets hot, and it is not possible to breathe the hot liquid.  The only smell that burns off the stove is the oil from the metal.  All sheet metals, including black iron, have this oil on them from the foundry to keep them from sticking together.

Please NOTE: When you first operate your stove the galvanizing will liquefy for about 5 to 7 minutes.  At this stage, it will bake onto the metal to form a protective coating.

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