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    Oz Pig outdoor fire/stove

    Does anyone have one/used one and have any reviews good or bad?

    Are there other options for a portable outdoor fire/stove other than the Oz Pig?

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    I'm on the hunt for a really small one, 50cal ammo box is looking like a candidate.

    Having watched their demo video they do look good with a camp oven on top, got to wonder on freight and cost. Saw one a guy had made in a ski field car park similar to the Oz pig, should have asked him if he would make a couple

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    There awesome, we had one for a fly in roar...
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    Main concern is build quality.

    I see Bakewell do an aluminium one that looks like a nice piece of kit at 10kg total weight.

    https://bakewellburners.co.nz/produc...burner-camper/
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    http://kifaru.net/portfolio_page/stoves/


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    I've seen a couple of DIY versions go well.



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    A mate makes them from 9kg gas bottles pretty similar to the two above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayden C View Post
    Main concern is build quality.

    I see Bakewell do an aluminium one that looks like a nice piece of kit at 10kg total weight.

    https://bakewellburners.co.nz/produc...burner-camper/
    We bought one of these.
    Will try it out over Labour Weekend.
    Will give a review.
    But I looked at the OZ pig and another and decided the bakewell would be the better option.

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    seen one made out of a refrigerant bottle was nice and light that the legs and flue came apart and stored inside for transport.hardest part would be rolling the flue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stretch View Post
    I've seen a couple of DIY versions go well.



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    I made those two fires the one on the left is mine the one on the right is Ingrid 51 they both pull apart and fit into a fish bin made out of junk I had they work well but you need quite a bit of wood for a weekend pine cones or Manuka is best


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    And damned fine cookers they are too!
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    Boiling the billy


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    Dinner one night cooked on my fire


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    someone on here...Vietnamcam???? was getting young fellas to make something similar .
    a mate made one up without flat bit to cook on and they sure poke out heat,another friend has one to heat her 20ft container home....super efficent on wood.
    seen the ozpigs at fairlie show and was impressed with concept if not the price...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sometimes1 View Post
    I made those two fires the one on the left is mine the one on the right is Ingrid 51 they both pull apart and fit into a fish bin made out of junk I had they work well but you need quite a bit of wood for a weekend pine cones or Manuka is best


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