SickKnowledge82: I love the idea of the secondary combustion, but does Kimberly make it easy
to break this system apart when it comes time to clean?
Jan Sveen: You allways start The fire from The top, that way, the flame is strong all
the time, and no smoke. When you start it at the bottom, you make particle
pollution, messing up your own air.
Rocky Missouri: A dream stove!
Rustic By Nature: We live north of you in the valley. Next summer we are planning on moving
back into our 33'RV 249sq feet. How well do you think this stove would heat
AlaskaCreeker: This is one of the most efficient wood stoves I have ever used. It is a
niche stove, designed to fit in the smallest of spaces and have very small
clearances to walls. Some people are sticker shocked, but as the old
saying goes... you get what you pay for.
There isn't a regulation approved & certified wood stove out there that
matches exactly what the Kimberly stove provides. 56 lbs. 10" footprint.
2" tall. Absolute minimal clearances. Unbelievably efficient and puts out
a surprising amount of heat for the amount of wood that fits in the
firebox. If you are looking to purchase one or have any further questions,
email me at
I personally own a Kimberly and use it as my sole source of heat in my
little Toyota motorhome, and I still wouldn't choose another stove over the
Kimberly. I saved my money up and made an investment that will last me for
years to come, and I'm very pleased with my stove (
linuxxxunil: any smoke coming out the chimney?
Duane C: This is an all in one rocket stove, You can build one, it may not be as
compact or portable, but if you are handy it could come close to the same
Susan Rogers: That is a very exspensive stove, $3,499.00 Way too much for my budget, but
it is attractive and seems very efficient from the write up on the site.
David F: That stove probably costs more than his camper....$3500 for a wood stove???
koolfoolable: Oh man, the price of this stove. I'm no rich man!!
haben woldu: Yeah, too mych to much is too much, it just to much, much of much is omuch,
muching the much is much mchucher that mcuh
maborosi: This stove costs over three thousand dollars?
Ronda Witt: I am getting one of those next weekend to put in my 19' RV. I am
renovating and this will be awesome.
AlaskaCreeker: Hey guys, nothin' to do with the Kimberly wood stove, but here's our
latest, short music video, enjoy...
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WAGONJON: How much man, how much? I LIKE it!
PeeperFrogs: Nice post. So tiny. I am building a tiny house, 8x15. with loft. Will it
keep me super warm?
mik22pik: It's beautiful, it's super expensive, it's a niche product. The company who
makes these shot them selves in the foot. Who did they market this for, the
rich? There's other out there cheaper, smaller and just as good. They claim
this stoves puts out 42,500 BTU/hours in their site, Oh really? That's
enough to heat 1800 Sq Feet..
richard hollick: excellent and informative video, oh just a thought what do you keep in the
cupboard through which the flue passes. I would put your next day's clothes
nothing like warm or even just comfy undercrackers if the stoves out in the
arkivx0: I really want one of these.
Jeff Hays: awesome set up for an RV, I have only used my RV at about zero and she
sucked the propane fast, plus always afraid when temps dip that low with
NYCamper62: Nice set up man.
davethedeckswabber: Is it possible to light the Kimberly with a pile of shavings and some
Missy Skye: I love this!
2000talon: Great stove...Toasty warm!
Paul Baker: Does It suck air in from outside or the RV
Miinoomboom: why do you have a fire starter if you have the torch?
Nick Babington: Damn, in Alaksa and all those windows. Would putting a big pot of water on
top of the stove add some thermal mass to have heat dissipated for even
half a hour longer?
pyroman675: fire dust haha. dude thats a wicked stove man, and an awesome camper dude.
Paul Baker: Is this stove Russian
galen long: Looks like an awesome stove.
RainyAscent: If you damper the flame down lower, will it increase the burn time?
landlockedviking: nice setup!
AlaskaCreeker: Hey everyone! Lots of questions for an awesome little wood stove! Please
visit my website which is listed in the description of this video (the
timmystoyota site), find my email address, and shoot me an email to get any
questions answered! I would love to help you guys all out, but posting
answers in the comments isn't the best way. Thanks everyone! - Timmy
Christopher Daly: Cool stuff. How far is it set up from your gas tank? Was that an issue? You
said you can cook on it. It'll boil water? Also is there an attachment to
heat water to a holding tank for bathing?
Joe Greenfoot: How many cords of wood does this burn in an average winter?
Adam L: great little stove, I like this version over the model on the website
because this one does not have a logo in the middle of the viewing window.
Eric Telford: Excellent stuff! I've been considering something like this for my 1989
Toyota Dolphin. Just wondering if you would consider doing an install? I
could bring it to you, I live next door in the Yukon. Any idea on total
cost? Thanks for the inspiration!
AlaskaCreeker: I have a special, 3" wind directional/rotating chimney cap, custom made.
See pictures in my blog link above. I can drive down the highway at 70mph
with a fire no problem. The chimney cap rotates with the slightest wind and
blocks all rain/wind/snow from coming down the chimney flue.
William Mcintosh: Beautiful presentation-great stove-American made-go USA!!!
DENMONKEY: does this heater crank good ?
zellph: When you travel, what do you do with the chimney sticking out the roof of
the camper? a driving rainstorm is bound to happen someday when traveling.
How do you prepare for that? What does the chimney cap look like?