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Solo Stove Tripod

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$45.99
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$32.99 (You save $13.00)
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Product Description

Features: Height adjustable hang chain
Size: Assembled height 31.5 inches
Weight: 15 oz 
Materials: Anodized Aluminum 
Other: Drawstring carry sack included 

*Recommended to be used with a Solo Stove and Solo Stove Pot 1800 (sold separately)

 

"Packs small and is easy to set up. A great way to add extra pot stability and a perfect way to cook more challenging outdoor meals!"
~Grant Summer, Outdoor Enthusiast

 

How it Works

 

Use the Tripod along with the Solo Stove Pot 1800 for increased stability. Lightweight and compact, the Tripod is easy to setup and disassemble. The adjustable hang chain allows you to control the height at which your pot hangs over your flame giving you a more flexible outdoor cooking experience. The Solo Stove Tripod and Solo Stove Pot 1800 can be used in combination with any Solo Stove.

 

Product Reviews

  • Tri-Pod a Necessity

    Posted by Tripod user

    The tripod for the Solo Stove is a great idea. It’s small size and easy portability make it an ideal accessory to use when needed. The tripod is the type of device which won’t always be needed when cooking with the Solo Stove kit, but will prove invaluable when needed.

    The tripod disassembles into a tiny package which makes it a natural for portability. The tripod conforms to the same high quality standards as other Solo Stove products and accessories. Adding it to your camp cooking inventory is a no-brainer. Once you’ve seen and used it, it’s another high quality “must have.”

  • Where's this been whenever I camp?

    Posted by J.Bumberger

    I dont know how I have been cooking all these years outdoors and never used one of these before, but i do know it will always be in the gear from this point on. The Tripod is a very beneficial part of my kitchen gear now. It lifted the pot just enough( adjustable height) that I was able to maintain the fire without removing the pot from the heat, but yet kept a steady heat cooking our dinner. NO BURNT HANDS from poorly insulated handles while cooking.
    The poles are VERY sturdy, and personally I am more than pleased to see no shock cords. When you screw the legs together you can feel this is well made. Its fairly light weight also, which is a bonus to the pack up. About the only downfall I can mention at this point is I am surprised with the "nesting effect" of the SoloStove and the SoloStove 1800 pot I have that they haven't found a way to include the tripod in the nest yet.
    I would definitely suggest grabbing yourself one of these tripods while you can if you haven't already.

  • Strong, Sturdy, and Stable!

    Posted by Jenna D

    The Solo Stove Tripod is everything I had hoped it would be. I couldn’t wait to get out to the campsite to try it last weekend. The tripod came in a nice black water resistant nylon drawstring bag, which takes up about 14”x2”x1”. Instructions were not included, but assembly was relatively easy. The very sturdy legs screw together smoothly, and the tapered points on the bottom legs make it easy to stick the tripod into soft ground, adding extra stability. Make sure you do not cross-thread the legs when screwing them together, or you may strip the threads. Standing on its own, the tripod is stable; it would take some manpower to knock it over. The fact that it is a tripod allows you to set it up on an uneven surface, and it remains stable, so if your pot slides off your stove often, you should consider getting this and hanging your pot to keep it level. Fully assembled, it’s about 30” tall.

    When hanging the pot on the chain at full-length without the tripod stuck into the ground, the pot sits on the Solo Stove Titan (which is 5.75” tall). The adjustable chain allows you to hang the pot at whatever height you’d like. This was especially handy when I heated my beef stew, which I did at about 6” above the stove. Additional photos on the packaging or in instructions on how to adjust the chain would have been helpful, but I figured it out eventually with trial and error. I think that the hook that holds the pot should be more closed so that when stirring, there’s less likelihood of the pot falling off the hook (you can probably bend the hook yourself if you want).

    I used the tripod with the Solo Stove Titan wood burning stove and Solo Stove Pot 1800, but the tripod could be used in other cooking applications as well (over other stoves or over a campfire if you don’t mind sticking the legs into the fire). My Solo Stove Pot 1800 is about 5” in diameter but I believe you’d be able to use any pot with a diameter under around 7-8”. Overall, this tripod is strong, sturdy, and stable enough to meet any of your camp cooking needs.

  • Tripod for Solo Stove

    Posted by kerry smith

    Lightweight and easily stored when disassembled. Could even be use over a small fire without the stove if need be. Seems durable and made of high quality material. When legs are put together a small amount of squeaking occurred but a puff of lock graphite stopped that. Definitely reduces the amount of soot onto pot but that was not a major concern of mine . I believe the main benefit for me will be the use of it in keeping something warm without sitting it directly onto the stove. Also for something you would want to cook slow at lower temps.
    This will be my first tripod for camping.
    I will keep this in my camping gear and would recommend this as good item for anyone. Good price,light weight,easily stored, a nice addition for your camp.

  • easiest packing tripod ever

    Posted by happy camper "Donnie Carter"

    One of the big selling points of this tripod is the easy chain adjustability. I used the tripod with the solostove titan set up. You have great control of the heat when you are cooking. You can adjust the chain to keep your food warm without burning it or it allows you to heat it up slowly so you can finish your other tasks around camp. It sets up and breaks down in no time at all and comes with a handy storage bag. Once the tripod is broken down and put in the bag it is very easy to pack up and throw in your day pack or bug out bag for all of the preppers out there. Once again solostove has delivered a quality made and user friendly product. If you are looking for a lightweight versatile tripod to add to your gear I would strongly recommend the solo stove tripod.

  • A welcomed addition to my kit.

    Posted by Jason L.

    I am very happy with this lightweight tripod. I was able to set it up in a few minutes and found it to be very sturdy. I used this tripod to hang my Solo Stove 1800 pot over the Solo Stove Titan stove for cooking. The tripod has an adjustable chain that allowed me to better control the heat and hold the pot about 2 inches above the stove. I found it to be very useful on uneven ground where the pot may not be as secure when resting on the stove. This also gave my the ability to use larger sticks and branches to burn than I normally would use in the stove.

    The tripod is also great for use over a campfire or a fire hole and freeing up your regular cook stove for another pot or skillet.

    The Tripod unscrews easily and quickly (2-3 minutes tops) packing into its own small nylon bag. It weighs less than a pound and takes up almost no space in my pack, so I will bring it along on my backpacking and camping trips. Highly recommended!

  • In a few words, please title your review

    Posted by A very good product.


    Got this about a week ago and wanted to put it through its paces on rough terrain. It is very easy to put together but make sure you tighten everything down tight otherwise it will wobble a bit. Very good construction. It breaks down quite small and stores in its own bag. Doesn't take up much room. Another great product from solo stove.

  • Very helpful!

    Posted by Michael

    I have the solo stove titan, and the 1800 solo pot as well, and I am very glad that I got the tripod to go along with it. The pot is just barely bigger than the stove, and I feel like it is a more secure setup using the tripod., and I don't have to worry about the pot falling off of the stove or anything else. It also reduced the amount of soot and stuff that got onto the pot. It obviously took longer to boil the water using the tripod since the pot was further from the flame, but well worth the trade-off in my opinion. It was very easy to adjust the tripod to suspend the pot over the stove from varying heights, and it was easy to adjust on uneven ground as well. The tripod is also very lightweight, so it also has that going for it too. Overall, I am very happy with Tripod, and would definitely buy it again!

  • Strong and Lightweight strength for the Solo Titan!

    Posted by BiggO

    This tripod is strong, lightweight and perfect for the solo stove and solo pot titan! The stance is fixed and the pointed feet on the tripod are good for flat and rough terrain. The legs are in 3 sections that screw into each other (very solid, not loose and wobbly), the legs screw into the top main section as well where there is a chain and hook and on top of the chain is a pin type hook that will allow you to raise / lower the hanging pot over the stove so you can control the amount of heat to the pot.
    It also comes in it own storage bag with drawstring which makes it nice for travel / packing.
    I think the chain could have been longer to accommodate other items over the solo stove but can be resolved by adding another longer chain if needed.
    Overall this is a great accessory to the solo stove and solo pot combo!

  • A nice addition!

    Posted by Kirk

    LEAVE NO TRACE
    This is a well-designed and well-made lightweight tripod. Easy to use adjusting chain. I used this tripod with the SoloStove 1800 pot. Hovering about 1 inch above the stove, I had a rolling boil in 11 minutes 30 seconds, about 2 minutes longer than without the tripod. One of the pros was that I was able to hold on to the pot handle and swing the pot out of the way and put "larger than normal " sticks into the SoloStove Titan. This took some getting used to, because the stove, being lightweight, would move around while putting the sticks in. After a few tries, I had the hang of it. I also used this set up with the original SoloStove and it took the original Solo Stove, with the pot suspended 1 inch above it, 18 minutes to come to a rolling boil.
    This tripod would also be handy for someone who is building a "Dakota Firepit" or is practicing a "LEAVE NO TRACE" cooking fire.
    Overall it is definitely a worthwhile investment and it complements both the original SoloStove and the SoloStove Titan very well.
    This is a nice piece because it is packable and folds up to fit nicely in your pack. I would recommend this tripod to anyone looking to add to their kit.

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