dealsstove in a can for $29.99

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perfect for all you preppers!

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Ideal Cinco de Mayo gift for that homeless person you've been wanting to help out

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I would rather take the MacGyver route and use up my empty beer cans
http://www.maxim.com/gadgets/pbr-burner

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I'm with Jeth on this one.

http://www.jureystudio.com/pennystove/stoveinstruct.html

For something like this, I'd like to build it for cheaper and then have the skills to make another incase the first gets damaged or lost.

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"Stove In A Can" . . . or, in other words, Sterno?

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@honk: Yeah but Sternos are small and not hot enough. Sterno cans are designed to keep food warm - open, light, and place under a container of already cooked food at buffets and parties.

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BTW - Quickstove.com has these for $20 each with $2 per 30-min fuel disk.

Also, consider one of those butane stoves you can get for $20 plus some canisters. The stove-in-a-can can only be used 10 times (recommended). Downside is that the stove is mechanical and can break.