I love to spend time near the natural scenery leaving everything behind. This includes camping of course. But I always felt the absence of having a mug of coffee made freshly by me during the camping tenure. I considered it the side-effect because I could not manage to make a refreshing cup of my favourite coffee flavour right before going to the camp-bed.Anyhow! If you are the one like me, I have good news for you. The Swiss have come up with a faster way of boiling the water even in the highly windy areas. I can’t wait to buy one of these stoves immediately.
The PeakBoil stove is produced by the design students at ETH Zurich. They might have the same craving as me. Since the people go on camping in intemperate weather conditions; they face the barriers of keeping the ordinary burner flame running while the wind is blowing.
So, they attempt to improve the stove designs and taken some controversial steps of connecting the stovepipe within the vessel to heat it from the bottom. The technique is already used in many other situations, but it is the first time when the camp stove is working on this method.
The satisfying factor is that the design team is looking for further improvements in the product for final release in the market. They are also in search of market partners- it can be a bright opportunity for the world manufacturers and vendors.