The Anevay Frontier Stove Plus is a the Frontier Stove’s big brother. The stove will heat up your tent or tipi but can also be used for outdoor cooking. The flat surface functions as a stove. As such you can heat up your tent and at the same time make some coffee or cook a meal. The combustion chamber is made from coated steel and the door has been enhanced with a small window. As such you can keep an eye on the fire. The temperate can be controlled by changing the oxygen supply.
The Frontier plus is perfectly safe and can therefore be used inside your tent. Please note, however, that the stove can only be used in canvas tents or polycotton tipis. After all, nylon and polyester tents are not that fond of heat and could even melt.
It takes about five minutes to set up the Frontier. Simply fold out the feet and attach them, remove the chimney from the stove and set it up and you are good to go. The chimney is comprised of six parts that can be stored inside the stove when you transport it. The feet are adjustable to make sure you can elevate or lower the stove.
Maintenance Frontier Stove
We do not recommend you leave the Anevay Frontier and Frontier Plus outside for a long period of time, especially not when it rains as the stove will rust. If the stove is stored in a dry place, underneath a canopy for instance, this shouldn’t be a problem. To keep the stove in great shape we recommend you add a coating of organic oil such as olive or sunflower oil, especially when you plan to store it for quite some time. In addition, you need to regularly clean the chimney with a metal rod or cleaning brush to prevent soot. If the glass has turned black you need to properly reheat the stove again as combustion ensures that the black layer will disappear. You could, however, also clean the glass with glass cleaner and a newspaper.
With the Anevay Frontier Plus carrier bag you can safely store or transport the Frontier Plus.