The Indaba Kerosene Stove Greatly Reduces the Risk of Injury

 - Mar 27, 2013
References: coroflot & yankodesign
The benefits of using the distilled petroleum oil for cooking are plenty, including affordability and convenience. There are plenty of drawbacks too, however, primarily concerning personal injury. The Indaba Kerosene Stove has been designed with safety in mind and integrates many features that make it far more helpful than harmful.

The double-walled steel canister keeps its contents piping hot while remaining comfortable to the touch. Now, despite its often predominant placement in small houses throughout Africa and India, the cooker will be less likely to cause burns.

A plastic red fuel cap is quite clever for a pair of reasons. Dean Loock's design is child-proof and can prevent kids from opening up the reservoir. In the event of a fire, this component of the Indaba Kerosene Stove will melt away so not turn the contraption into an explosive under already dangerous circumstances.