Ratam Rautenbach: would that keep me warm in Edmonton Alberta where we get -30 c in winter
SirensOfCincinnati: Could you heat/boil water on the top?
Zev Aravot: I get a good chuckle that 3 people took the time to 'thumbs down' this video. The information was awesome, presented really well, couldn't ask for more from a free informative video. If you can find something to dislike, it's not the video that is the problem...
Allen Harms: When compared to other woodstoves for a tiny home would you say this is near the top as far as overall performance and quality?
Perry James: How warm does it keep you warm? Temperature all through the night?
Yahmica 111: Is it smokeless? I don't want to be in the woods and people find me from seeing the smoke.
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?
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 our RV?
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 efficient burn.
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: 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 (www.timmystoyota.blogspot.com)
PeeperFrogs: Nice post. So tiny. I am building a tiny house, 8x15. with loft. Will it keep me super warm?
AlaskaCreeker: Hey guys, nothin' to do with the Kimberly wood stove, but here's our latest, short music video, enjoy... The Shoot Dangs! "Cluster####"
arkivx0: I really want one of these.
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 morning...x
2000talon: Great stove...Toasty warm!
Missy Skye: I love this!
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
Holiday: We don\t make alot, but our group do get to travel frequently. Just this year we went to Bangkok to get pictures and their holiday schedules. We are still in a growing phrase so best we can aim for is break even. I think everyone have to overcome the same type of challenge when starting something new. Don\t give up!