The Vargo Titanium Hexagon Wood Stove is one of my favorite items to take on extended outdoor trips. It folds up small, is nice and light, and only requires twigs to use. Using my Jetboil is definitely faster to boil a cup of water, but there is something special about using a wood fire to get your food and drinks nice a toasty. Plus, not having to take fuel canisters or white gas is a big advantage on long trips or areas where fuel is hard to find.

The stove has some slots cut in the top to allow you to lay some tent stakes across and cook in containers that are smaller than the top opening. Burning in the stove even gives the unit some pretty cool color patterns since titanium can be heat anodized.

At the very least, this will give you a nice break from my flashlight video onslaught.