Bonfire – the Tripod Burner by Yu-ri Lee

The word kitchen is derived from fireplace, where people sat chatting around a bonfire. This fireplace, used to be everyone’s kitchen, was a communication center and played a critical role. The tripod burner originates from the shape of firewood in a bonfire, with the logs leaning against each other. Just click one of the bar-shaped legs and the top outside edge of all three legs ignites. There is a sensor-adjuster on one side to adjust the intensity. With folding legs, you can carry this burner with you and use it anywhere.

Designer: Yu-ri Lee

16 Comments

  • alfie says:

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  • Kaztm says:

    It would be nice if this tripod is a cold-fusion reactor. The black heating elements would be electric, and this tripod will provide power to all of the gadgets you’d be carrying. It could even power your vehicle!

  • Puro Prana says:

    The lightest and most dependable backpacking stove is the homemade soda can alcohol burner. Super efficient ones, like the Penny Alcohol Backpacking Stove only need about 2 ounces of Everclear fuel per meal. The legs on the Bonfire look like they could hold at least 10 ounces of fuel, so it could be doable if properly designed. For ultralight packing, though, the Bonfire would have to be constructed out of titanium. My main concern would be adding some sort of safety lock to keep it from opening up while being jostled in one’s backpack.

  • Code Red says:

    This is exactly what I’ve been waiting for, awesome. Camp stoves are nice, but the design hasn’t changed…ever. This is rather innovative, yet the simple design change seems substantially safer than traditional stoves. Where do I buy one?

  • Christiaan says:

    It is a cool design, but, as Kevlar alludes to, it’s a solution to a problem that doesn’t exist. The current problem isn’t the bulk of the stove (in fact this design makes it bigger), but the bulk of fuel storage. When I go tramping I use the Titanium Stove KB0101, which is about as small as you get, but I still have the problem of carrying a large fuel canister.

  • Aaron says:

    At least you won’t get kicked out of a country club’s parking lot because of their “open flame” policy and forced to ride in the back of a van with the rear doors open as the driver, who is sticking his head out the window because of the insane amount of fumes, drives franticly to the next parking lot over and then after a few more burgers dumping hot coals in the Kroger parking lot and putting them out with a 2 liter of Diet Dr. Pepper and two more 2 liters of Mountain Dew then taking off as fast as you can choking, due to the still smoking grill in the back of the van, and hoping that you can get away undetected before the cops make it across the parking lot to the huge rolling cloud of steam, a slush of hot coals, various wrappers and three empty two liters.

  • Mike Bowen says:

    Okay, as an “occasional” camper who likes “minimalist” backpacking/travel/camping (i.e., small tent, small sleeping bag, light food, etc in a daypack) I’d buy one of these in a flash. Something like this — small, light, easy to setup, efficient — that’d heat tea, cook oatmeal, fry an egg etc. in a small pan on a 2 day hike in, hike out, trip would be fabulous. I’ll keep my fingers crossed that it’ll hit the market.

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  • Dekorasyon says:

    Definitely a great style, thank you.

  • Great design. Did it make into production yet? If so where can I get one?

  • shriyash says:

    Where can this thing be bought?and how much heat will it generate..?

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