Thursday, November 15, 2012

180 Tack Products



Hello from 180 Tack!

Alright, so this blog is about all things outdoors, but we are 180 Tack.  It is time for a quick rundown of our line of natural fuel, compact, light-weight backpacking and emergency stoves.

    

Above is the 180 Stove.  Note that it stows away into a self-forming case that keeps any smoky parts on the inside.  Customers have given this stove raving reviews.  They report boiling 16 or more ounces of water in under 5 minutes.  Field tests have resulted in going from ice in the water to boiling in under 7 minutes.  Just a handful of twigs and soups on!  Uses minuscule amounts of natural fuel and leaves behind very, very little ash.  Push a little dirt to the side, then cook, douse, and cover.  Leaves no scars.  Accessory ash pan also available (see below).
         
  • Weighs 10.1 ounces – lighter than micro-stoves and one small fuel canister.
  • Cooking surface as large as range at home.
  •  No hinges, rivets, welds, bolts, nuts or screws.
  • Environmentally friendly.  No toxic fuels to spill.  No canisters for the landfill.
  •  Lighter than the competition.
  • Very compact.
  •  Much more stable than other backpacking stoves.  Can securely hold even the largest cooking hardware and supports dozens of pounds.
  •  Generous, easy to load firebox to maximize performance and safety.
  • Make fantastic emergency stoves!


 
           

Above is the 180-VL.  VL is for “very light”—and it is at less than six ounces.  This stove offers customers a lower price point and is the stove of choice for customers who are concerned with pack weight as a priority.

  •  Weighs 5.9 ounces – lighter than micro-stoves and one small fuel canister.
  •  Cooking surface is generous.
  •  No hinges, rivets, welds, bolts, nuts or screws. 
  • Environmentally friendly.  No toxic fuels to spill.  No canisters for the landfill.
  • Very, very light. 
  • Very compact.
  • Much more stable than other backpacking stoves.  Can securely hold even the largest cooking hardware and supports dozens of pounds.
  • Easy to load firebox.
  • Make wonderful emergency stoves.




Above is the Two Piece Snow and Ash Pan.  Fits both the 180 Stove and the 180-VL.
  • Weighs 6 ounces
  • Allows for cooking on snow.
  • Environmentally friendly.  Protects sensitive soils.
  • Very light. 
  • Very compact, fitting around the self-forming cases of either stove.
  • Accessory item for both stoves.

We utilize re-usable stand-up pouches for our packaging so nothing is wasted.

Since our products are made in the USA, we have very high quality.  We proudly warranty our products against any manufacturing defects.

                   
Testimonials:


~ "I just received your 180 stove, man is this thing awesome!!! Rolling boil in my kettle in just under five minutes! I also wanted to say that being made in America was a huge part of my decision making process. There were a few different stoves I was looking at. Most of which seemed over complicated or too much of a "whiz bang" kind of mentality. I like your stove for the simplicity, the use of stainless steel, incorporation of packaging, and the overall mindfulness of the total product. Well done." - Ben



~ "Your 180 stove has arrived and I am more than pleased with your product. It is exactly what I have been looking for.  I have tried other lightweight wood stoves and found them to be too small and unstable.  I have been cooking with twigs for 35 years and enjoy doing so; with your 180 stove all of my problems with the other stoves have been resolved. The lightweight, sturdiness, and ease of assembly makes this the ideal cook stove I have been looking for for many years." - Rodney

 

~ "I have been concerned about the "what if" question. No power, no electricity and I need something portable that doesn't require limited fuels. This is the answer! Small, portable, easy to setup, and can use fuel that is around me! I would recommend this to anyone wanting a simple solution to a difficult problem. There are cheaper solutions however I like how it's easy to feed the fire and has plenty of room for cooking. - D. Morgan (Wisconsin)



~ I took the 180 STOVE camping two weeks ago, it worked great! We were very impressed with its performance. I like that I can use it in a variety of ways. I actually used it as a wind screen and pot support for one of my canister stove and it worked great. - Clayton

~ "Its a very innovative design and well made" – Malcom  





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