The Kombius is a high-tech and elegantly designed camping stove, innovated by none other than the noted Dutch designer Arnaud Desseyn, that is designed to feed itself wooden twigs in an efficient manner so as to continue producing heat without needlessly burning more fuel than is necessary.
The set comprises a camping stove, a pan and a pot, with the entire apparatus standing only 16 cm tall. What's unique about the Kombius however is the fact that it has a 45-degree chute into which users can place twigs, with the setup working to create a self-feeding system with more fuel being added to the fire as required.
Currently being offered via a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, this camping stove is a fantastic example of simple design being used to achieve efficient use of biofuel in an outdoor cooking system.
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