We are delighted to be stocking the Frontier Plus, a new, improved and more powerful version of the ever-popular Frontier Stove.
Frontier Plus wood burning stove
The Frontier Plus does everything its little brother the Frontier Stove does, with the following additional great features:
- Glass window on the door, with airwash system to keep the glass clean
- Secondary air intake to allow for complete control over draw and heat output
- Adjustable legs so you can adjust the stovetop to your desired height
- 4-inch flue, for optimum draw and ease of use.
What Wild Stoves think of the Frontier Plus
We have sold the original Frontier Stove for 6 years, and used one at many of our events. They’re a great product. Our stove has seen heavy usage but is still going strong. They remain unmatched for their mix of performance, cost, compactness and portability. Until now.
The Frontier Plus takes all the good aspects of the Frontier and adds the result of many years of field-testing, feedback and product development. The result is a stove which burns better and hotter. You can see the fire as it burns (which is practical and beautiful), with better airflow & burn management, and is even height adjustable. All still in a convenient portable bundle which you can sling into the back of the car.
Perfect for installation on a patio, outside a tent, or as a semi-permanent stove in your bell-tent, yurt or cabin.
What’s in the Frontier Plus box?
- Frontier Plus Stove
- 5 x flue sections each 4″ diameter x 350mm length
- Spark arrestor
See Specifications tab for further details.
*Please note: footprint dimensions are given as a rectangle but the actual footprint will take up less space, as the legs form a tripod with two at the back and one at the front.
The Frontier Plus Flashing Kit is designed and produced for use with the Frontier Plus Stove to be installed in any fire retardant canvas shelter or for fixing into the roof of your shed, chalets and similar structures.
The Shed Flashing Kit works from angles between 0 degrees to 20 degrees and the 45˚ Flashing has been designed so you can fit your stove in sheds, chalets and similar structures that have a steeper angled roof.
The silicone collar is suitable for temperatures of up to 300 degrees, however it is still best to have this as high up in the shelter as possible, making it as far away from the stove as possible. A minimum distance of 800mm is required.
Frontier Stove versus Frontier Plus
The below photo shows the stoves side by side for comparison.
Frontier and weathering
The Frontier stove is both long-lasting and durable. However, at high temperatures most of our stoves – even those made from stainless steel – show discolouration and light rust when used outside where there is exposure to damp. The Frontier Plus will show signs of rusting after use, but this will not affect its performance or durability. The cooking surface is particularly susceptible to this where pots and kettles scratch the paint finish. You can always touch up the stove if necessary. This Blog explains more about looking after your stove in the British climate.
Safety and disclaimer
Wild Stoves accepts no responsibility for the use or misuse of the Flashing Kit and stove. We recommend this for use only with the Frontier Plus. It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure the shelter used has the appropriate fire retardant qualities necessary. We advise not to leave the stove unattended in the shelter and to make sure it has been extinguished prior to going to sleep. Always make sure the stove is positioned on something fire retardant i.e. fire blanket, as accidental sparks may go straight through the groundsheet. Wild Stoves does not accept any liability to any party for loss or damage incurred by use of the Flashing Kit and stove howsoever caused.