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GIVEAWAY: Stove in a Can! (US) -CLOSED-

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Stove in a Can is a great addition to anyone's food storage and camping supplies!
In an emergency situation I think we can all agree that cooked food would be nice :)  With camping this kit is easy to store and take along.  I also love that its packaged in a way that would be easily stored in a 72 hour kit!  AND there is no expiration date!!

I LOVE to give emergency items as gifts (and I love to receive them :):))  This one would make an awesome gift!!  The Stove in the Can can also be used for tailgating, hunting, fishing, backyard fun, cookouts...you name it!  If you don't have a backyard fire pit this is a great solution!

From the website:  
- Heats water, cooks food & keeps you warm in an emergency or recreationally. Provides a campfire-like experience in an self-contained, compact solution.  

-Boils water in 5 minutes & each fuel cell lasts for over an hour. Need more time? Re-use the container & replace the fuel cell as needed. (Comes with 4 cells) 

-Indefinite shelf life. Buy it once & use when needed. Great for emergency & 72-hour kits. 

-Safe, Compact & Durable. Uses a non-explosive, 100% waterproof fuel source. Measures just 6″ wide x 4″ tall. 

-100% Satisfaction Guaranteed or your money back.

See my pictures of us using it here in this post!

Check out this video for a quick "How to"



 One reader will win a Stove in a Can! US only

a Rafflecopter giveaway Giveaway will end August 15th at 11:59 pm.  Sponsored by Stove in a Can.  I received a product for review.  No other compensation was received.  All opinions are my own. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. We hereby release Facebook of any liability. Winner(s) will be contacted by email and will have 48 hours after the giveaway ends to respond before another winner is picked. 

Comments

Anna Maloy said…
I'd keep it for emergency use.

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Unknown said…
I'd use this for my upcoming camping trip to Yosemite!
Denise Weatherly said…
Keep it for emergencies. Seems like we always lose energy when there is a storm.
gallerhea said…
I would probably place it in an emergency kit, or have on hand for camping too.

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mommy2luke2008 said…
I would use this to heat up food when the power is out!
Stacie S-H said…
I'd put with our preparedness stuff & also use it for camping
STF said…
Would be a great addition to my emergency (hurricane) kit, or my Dec camping.

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Anonymous said…
I would store it and use it in emergency situations for cooking rkmarsh at aol dot com
jdjmcc said…
I got totally excited when I saw this! It would go straight into my &2 hr to go bag. Love it!
Jess McCarthy jdjmcc@aol.com
Lolo said…
This is perfect! Would come in very handy for our camping trip in September!
Twall82 said…
I'd use it for emergencies, power outages, or camping.
Tawnya said…
I would use it for camping and it would be nice to have around for emergencies. Thanks!
I would use it when camping.
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Jason said…
I would use mine for emergencies, when the electricity goes out and for boiling water for safe drinking.
Leah D said…
This would be added to our emergency supplies and would be a terrific addition! Great product! Fingers crossed and thank you for the opportunity! (I'm Leah Dee on Facebook.)
amy williams said…
We have been having power outtage's due to the storms I would use it for that.
Dana said…
would keep with my emergency stash of things
Cher said…
updating our kits and this would help!
carole said…
this would be great when our power goes out....which is often!
Lisa R said…
emergency, blackout or camping

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momma8385 said…
If the electric goes out for awhile then I would use it. Thanks for the chance.
:)Jeanne B.T.
cncgirl00 said…
I would keep it for emergency use. Our power goes out quite often in the winter months and this would come in handy.
Unknown said…
I'd save it with my other stuff stashed for emergencies
Jodi said…
I would use this for emergencies. It would be great to have it around just in case. Thanks!
Betty said…
I would keep it for emergencies especially for winter.
msleyh said…
i would keep in for emergencies when we have power outages
Unknown said…
I would love one of these for each one of our emergency kits.
Carri said…
We are avid campers! This would be perfect!
I'd keep it in my 72 hour kit.
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Sue Hull said…
I'd keep in my earthquake emergency kit. Thanks for the cool giveaway!
Unknown said…
My husband would use this for camping,
Anonymous said…
For emergencies.....Thanks! daniellehayes44@yahoo.com
Rhea Frawley said…
Emergencies or a spur of the moment camping trip :0
Ashlee Sherae said…
Keep it in the car for emergency's.
Holly said…
Camping with my friends! We go every weekend!
tammy said…
I'd keep it on hand for times when our power goes out for days. (seems to happen once or twice a year!) Also, I'd probably wind up packing it up when we went camping...just in case. ;)
Vanessa D. said…
I would keep it for an emergency.
Unknown said…
I would use it when my propane is low to save money. I'd also use it on my upcoming camping trip. Cool product!
rockin_robin54@hotmail.com said…
I would use it for emergency cooking if we lose electricity this winter.
lmg73 said…
WOULD love this for our family camping trips. What a cool idea.
dbh said…
Perfect for an emergency kit for home or the car.
Unknown said…
I would keep it for emergency situations! We have had numerous power outages over the years, and this would have came in handy!
Kathleen Noland said…
I would put this with my emergency supplies so I'd be ready!
Unknown said…
Emergency kit! Thank you
Denise R. said…
This would be a great survival item to have on my hurricane list.
Lynette Paige said…
This would be great for emergency situations. Especially since our stove has given up the fight and we can't afford a new one right now. There are certain things you just can't cook in an electric skillet or toaster :/
blessnel said…
Our family wanted one of these for our camping trips!! This is the ideal one for us :))
Suzie said…
I've got 4 little boys that may want me to cook on it every night just so they could watch :)
Miss LaMonte said…
Whenever the unpredictable Kansas weather knocks out our power:)
saraleh82 said…
We get quite a few storms throughout the year that knock out the electricity so I would use it during those times.
Rae said…
For emergencies, you just can't be too prepared!!! TY!
Stacie S-H said…
I'd keep it for emergencies and also use it while camping
Unknown said…
I would use it for emergencies
Crystal said…
i would give it to my brothers for camping
Jessica Powers said…
I'd keep it around for an emergency or power outage. itookyourusernamehaha@gmail.com
Christina Horstman said…
I'd use it for emergencies or camping.
Karen F said…
I'd use it for camping
LuAnn said…
We live in a very rural area & lose power all the time! I would use it for survival in those times.
desdemona said…
I would use this when our power goes out
Meggy628 said…
I go camping at least once a year, so I would save it for that!
Kelley Koch said…
I'd definitely use it in our emergency Kit.
Unknown said…
I would use mine during a lunch break when working on an outdoor project in the winter time .
Unknown said…
I would use mine to keep warm during lunch break when working on an outdoor project in the winter time.
Unknown said…
Keep it for emergencies. Seems like we always lose energy when there is a storm.
Lindsay said…
It would be great for camping!
Anonymous said…
I love to have things like this, we have lost power several times this year alone due to storms.
Anonymous said…
This would be great to have here we have lost power several times this year alone due to storms. It is a wonderful thing to know you are prepared.
Nell Lamb said…
Emergencies!
Maxine Rose said…
I'd put it in the emergency kit.
Donna said…
I would use it for cooking and boiling water.
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Karla said…
emergency kit but might be nice for camping too
David A said…
Simple! This would go in my 4x4 bag that I take each weekend when I go camping. I already have a couple MRE's in there, but it'd be nice to have something I can cook with.
Charla said…
I would put it with the camping stuff.
Julia Potvin said…
Defiantly for emergency, after I try it out once on our atv rides & cook out. Looks very portable, right in the pack. But we loose power constantly & this would be a great product to have in the "emrgy. great :( power is out again" kit!
Anita Vaughn said…
I'd save it for an emergency to use to cook and keep warm.
Beth Palacios said…
I would give it to my husband for his yearly backpacking trip.
mgar7157 said…
Would put in my emergency supply, Live in an all electric house so when the power goes so does the cooking ability
Kristi Morris said…
I would test it out while camping, if we really like it I'd get more for emergency.
Anonymous said…
use it for emergencies since we get hurricanes from time to time.
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