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BioLite BaseCamp

Grill, cook and boil. Charge your devices.
Powered by wood. Just in time for tailgating season.

BioLite Summer CampStove Bundle

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3 billion people lack access to clean energy.
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KettleCharge

Redefine on-demand energy
at home or on the trail.

10 watts of instant power
using only heat and water.

BioLite Stoves make cooking on wood as clean, safe & easy as modern fuels while generating electricity to charge phones, lights and other electronics off-grid

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September 23, 2014
What would you do with 10 watts?
September 22, 2014
BioLite Speaking at Millennium Development Goal Countdown
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September 04, 2014
BioLite CEO Jonathan Cedar Speaking at SOCAP 2014
August 20, 2014
Travel By Fire Hits (Three of) the Four Corner States
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White water, hot fire with BioLite
July 02, 2013
Rafting the Green River with BioLite
March 26, 2013
Fish, Friends, and a CampStove

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September 03, 2014
The BioLite Kettle Charge was built for everyone to easily use. Its uses go beyond the campsite, giving many people who don’t have reliable power or lights the ability to create power. Just fill the stainless steel container with water, find a heat source (camping stoves, gas ranges, BioLite Stove) and let it work its magic.
50 campfires reviews the BioLite KettleCharge
August 04, 2014
This intelligent kettle is designed for use on any range — making it useful both indoors and out — and can boil up to 750 ml of water at a time, while sending up to 10W of power to the USB port, meaning you can charge even your most power-hungry gadgets (we're looking at you, iPad) as fast as you can with a wall outlet.
Uncrate covers BioLite KettleCharge
June 02, 2014
BioLite makes cool stuff. The Basecamp is a sweet portable grill that builds on the earlier Biolite design successes and ramps them up. The power pack now puts out 5w and can store power, and they've added a "smart dash" so you can monitor the stove's heat and power output.
Core77 coverage on BioLite BaseCamp Launch
May 14, 2014
It really is a pretty smart—not to mention sustainable—alternative to the more common versions that run off propane. The stove itself has some pretty neat origins. Its original iteration, the wood-burning HomeStove, also doubled as a gadget charger—but for developing countries.
Gizmodo Talks BioLite BaseCamp
March 05, 2014
One of the smartest cooking accessories on the market, the BioLite stove debuted in 2012. Using twigs and brush, you can create an “eternal” charger for your phone or camera. The heat from the pot generates power with a thermoelectric generator, which in turn causes a fan to blow, generating even more heat. You connect your phone with a USB port. The new KettlePot holds about six cups of water and weighs just one pound.
February 24, 2014
BioLite is at it again with a new and bigger thermoelectric camp stove called the BaseCamp. The newly minted portable device allows users to cook, generate heat and charge cell phones simply by burning whatever twigs and sticks they put inside its burning maw. The stove top looks even more like a mini furnace complete with a side port to load in wood like a fireplace.

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