Packed size: Height 5.6 inches, Width 5.1 inches
Assembled size: Height 7.9 inches, Width 5.1 inches
Weight: 16.5 oz
Materials: 304 stainless steel, nichrome wire
Fuel: sticks, twigs, pine cones and other biomass
Boil time: 4-6 mins (32 fl oz of water)
Our stoves cook your meals with nothing but the twigs you collect on your journey, eliminating the need for heavy, expensive, polluting petroleum gas. It’s easy to light, fast to boil and clean to use.
A unique gasification and secondary combustion process lets our stoves achieve a highly efficient and more complete burn. This means you’ll use fewer twigs to achieve a boil. It also produces less smoke.
The Solo Stove Titan only weighs 16.5oz and eliminates the need to carry heavy fuel canisters - a great way to lighten your load. Solo Stoves leave you with more space in your pack.
By using renewable resources for fuel instead of petroleum, you are reducing your carbon footprint. You’ll also keep fuel canisters out of the landfill.
The Solo Stove isn’t just for backpacking; its great to have on hand when you’re in an emergency or survival situation. You’ll always be able to cook and will never need to worry about running out of fuel.
How it Works
Designed with a double wall, the Solo Stove Titan is a natural convection inverted downgas gasifer stove. The air intake holes on the bottom of the stove channels air to the bottom of the fire while at the same time, channels warm air up between the walls of the stove. This burst of preheated oxygen feeding back into the firebox through the smaller holes at the top of the stove causes a secondary combustion. This allows the fire to burn more complete which is why there is very little smoke during full burn. A more efficient burn also means you'll use much less wood compared to an open camp fire. The Solo Stove Titan doesn't just burn wood. It actually cooks the smoke out of the wood and then burns the smoke not once, but twice!
The Solo Stove Titan also features a heat shield between the ash pan and the bottom of the stove. This heat shield protects the ground under the stove from scorching.
The cooking ring's angled lip also increases efficiency by directing heat towards your pot minimizing heat loss. It also acts as a windshield while still allowing oxygen to flow inward. The Solo Stove Titan is indeed one of the most efficient wood burning stoves you'll ever own.
Built to Last
Your Solo Stove Titan is made by using a one piece construction process. This manufacturing process allows us to use state-of-the-art precision presses to form and shape solid pieces of high grade stainless steel. The outer shell of your Solo Stove Titan is actually one entire piece of stainless steel with no seams or welds. The inner firebox and floating ashpan is also made using one piece construction. This eliminates the need for excessive welding and increases the overall strength and lifespan of your stove. Nichrome wire, which has a high melting point of 2552 degrees Fahrenheit, is used for the grate.
Posted by Steve Reid
This is the larger version of the regular solo stove. I've used this stove on numerous camping trips and extended outings in the woods and wanted to let you know that this is the best and only stove you will ever need. It's light weight; durable and built to last you many years of service. with other stoves once your out of fuel your out of a stove but with the solo stove titan they can drop you off in the woods and come back years later and you can fix them three meals and coffee. This stove is excellent and well worth every penny. purchase one and I guarantee you won't be disappointed
Posted by survival specialist
As a volunteer survival specialist in the FAA Safety Team program I give talks to pilots and pilot groups on “post crash wilderness survival.” While only 15% of off airport landings occur in the wilderness, all too many times the crash is survivable but plane occupants succumb to prolonged exposuire in the wilderness.
While we cannot recommend specific products, it is permissible to demonstrate proven useful pieces of equipment, like the Solo Stove and its various pots. The Solo Stove is a genuine contribution to successful wilderness survival and comfort.
[please with hold my name due to my affiliation with the FAA as we are not allowed to endorse commercial enterprises]
Posted by Donald T
I took solo stove and 1800 pot to Scout meeting and demonstrated. Older Scouts were impressed with how little wood it took to boil water. Younger Scouts had mixed reviews, Some thought it was it was neat to be able to boil water with less than 1" dia. wood, the rest thought it took to much small wood. Attitudes will change with experience. Just might forget the Dragonfly next trip.
Posted by Paul Hooper
I bought two of the Solo Stove Titans primarily for me get out of town bag. Tried them out on a Saturday afternoon and have been playing with them since. Fantastic design, materials and construction. The Solo Stove Titan isfirst class in all respects. No, it doesn't start the fire for you but once you get it going it is truly remarkable how little fuel it consumes for the work done. I really like these little stoves and have demonstrated them to several of my friends who wll most likely purchase a couple in the near future. Thanks for a great product.
Posted by Ray
I really love this stove is is so great for Truck camping and small enough to leave in Truck ( go truck surf set up ) made coffee last weekend on a surf trip on the beach boiled in about 5 min my girl was very impressed did not waste time going to get coffee before the surf :) more time for nature :)
Posted by Titan user
I hear a lot of noise bout stuff,but seldom do things perform the way u r expecting...this isn't the case,i bought the entire titan set,a total of 3.8 pounds a lil bulky but if u have a good pack u can lash it to the outside pretty darned easily.....im very impressed with this product,light it and in 5 minutes u r having hot cocoa......or whatever u desire.....back in the day this didn't amount to half of 1 frying pan,these folks who discuss weight should have carried packs 30 years ago,lol...wasn't a lot of hikers then...cause a full pack was 100 pounds plus.....I am happy,best money ive spent in years
Posted by beaudetteb
I bought Titan stove and Solo Pot set and it came 02-13-14. With the job I have I'm able to cook outside. For five days straight in a Minnesota winter with snow and cold conditions I cooked three meals a day for four people and two pots of water or coffee a day. I can honestly say this stove and pots are hands down the best wood burning camp/survival stoves I haven had the pleasure of owning in 25 plus years of camping/outdoor cooking. They are light, easy to pack, easy to fuel, very durable. With a little practice I was even able to bake brownies and cake. The Titan stove and pots are essential to anyone serious about survival or just learning to cook with out a large camp fire. And the fuel burner worked very well with the Titan stove.
Posted by KR
Been in the market for a stove for some motorcycle camping and did not want one where I was going to be carrying gas cylinders around. Spent a few days reviewing various web sites and YouTube reviews and felt comfortable trying out a Solo Titan. Ordered the Solo Titan and it quickly arrived. The stove has exceeded my expectations. Looking forward to the debut of a matching Titan pot and will purchase that when it becomes available. Thank you again for a great product. KR
Posted by Chad
This stove is fantastic, it is almost everything I could want in a backpacking stove. The weight of this thing is unbelievable, I thought the box was empty. Using the stove is fairly simple, given a few basic principles of fire building and management. Once the fire is going the design of the stove allows for maximum cooking power, sure you can't really control the flame like in a gas fuel stove but so what. The only complaint I have about the stove is the amount of space it takes up in the pack. It would be great if the stove was collapsible, but then it wouldn't work like it does so the complaint is really moot. And with the weight being as it is I have no problem putting it in a Mole pouch and strapping it to the outside of my pack. All in all easily the best backpacking purchase I made since buying my Kifaru pack.
Posted by Ron Christian
The wood must be dry, and the How To video skips the difficult part of getting a fire started with flint. Hint, wood or dry grass alone will not take a spark. You need cotton with Vaseline, magnesium shavings, or something else much more flammable. But, once you get a small little fire going in this stove, it simply works. You can cook a large meal with small pieces of wood that would never serve a regular fire. It takes longer to boil water than a regular stove, and you must keep feeding it little pieces of wood for it to work. But, there is no fuel to carry at all (besides tinder), so the overall weight of the cooking system is lighter and more compact. This stove is a permanent part of all my backpacking and emergency supplies. In 40 years of backpacking, I've found nothing better, and a whole lot of stoves that were worse. Of course, you can always just use a fire and a pot. But, this little thing requires a lot less wood gathering. You can cook a whole meal with just the wood pieces sitting on the ground around you without even having to get up.
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