Features: Extendable ground pegs for stability
*Recommended to be used with a Solo Stove (sold separately)
"Very effective. Adding in your windscreen helped me achieve faster boil times and cut down on the amount of fuel I used."
How it Works
The Solo Stove Aluminum Windscreen is meant to work in conjunction with our wood burning Solo Stove. Added protection against the elements will allow you to achieve faster boil times. With the wind blocked, efficiency increases and you'll also use less fuel for each burn. The extendable ground pegs allows for a stable setup. The 8-panel design allows you to configure the windscreen in a number of shapes and folds together nicely after each use.
Posted by Joel
Perfect size for the stove, and it's lightweight, and durable. I also use mine for starting campfires, and it does a great job. Weather emergencies usually include high winds. You don't need it until you need it, but then it's indispensable.
Posted by Stephen Fabrizio
Blocking the wind is essential to any outdoor stove, regardless of the fuel you select! This windscreen has excellent craftsmanship, not to mention, it does a great job in even the most windy conditions! A must have companion with the Solo Stove & the Solo Pot 900!
Posted by Steven Martin
The windscreen is a great addition to any way you use the solostove (alcohol or wood.) Just like other stoves even in calm conditions boil times can be increased because the metal will reflect some of the radient heat back to your pot as well. What I like about this windscreen in particular is the amount of 'flaps' can help you customize for pot or pan size aswell as the pins keep it all from shifting in strong winds.
Posted by Fayanne
This is a nice light windscreen, seems well made. I haven't tested it out yet. . .too cold here (so I only gave it a 4), but I do like the height of it, its just tall enough so that you can get to the lid of the solo pot 900 without it getting in the way (when it is on the Solo Stove). It also has an interesting mate finish to it that doesn't show fingerprints.
Posted by Kenneth F
The night temps had fell and it rained most the night. Everything was wet I used a few shavings from the firestarter and a cotton ball saturated with pet-Jelly to start a fire with wet twigs. The windscreen helped in breaking the stout wind. This entire kit is awsome it will become an heirloom in its own time. Semper Fi
Posted by Mark S Gullion
Works great, It's tall enough to not only protect the stove from wind but to keep wind off the pot as well which increases the efficiency of the stove. Its length more than wraps around the stove so it can be set in almost unlimited ways depending on conditions. With normal use I don't expect to ever need to replace it, it's very sturdy with nothing that could fail.
Posted by Hugh Hastings
This is such a simple and useful product. I have used it with both my solo stove and my canister stove and in both cases it increased the effectiveness of the stoves remarkably. The sliding pins worked very well to anchor the screen down and the adaptability is amazing. Highly recommend!
Posted by Sam
Tried this out on a camping trip to northern Idaho last weekend - thought is was a little flimsy at first - but it worked great - had to support with a couple of sticks in strong winds - but that was no big deal - have to do that with all windscreens that I have tried.
Posted by Carl Ward of Iron Mountain Forge.
Partially around or compltetely enclosed it works equally well and is nothing to pack. Well thought out and made of high grade material and of fine craftsmanship. A must have item any where but out west where we have more wind than not it is manditory.