How to Make a Rocket Stove from a Coffee Can

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How to Make a Rocket Stove from a Coffee Can 4.5

This is an easy to make camp or emergency stove. It is made from a large coffee can and a few smaller soup cans. Minimal tools are required and costs nothing for the materials, provided you like canned food.

This stove burns wood sticks or twigs, lights easy and burns hot.

💬 Comments on the video

I learned a lot of this tips and i plan to do like this when i came home to my home town great idea i salute to you sir



The feed ramp needs to be higher you'll get more of air flow !

Author — Joe Palermo


I just love all of the ideals fir stoves, camping, houses, cooking and etc that I've seen and read about.

Author — joan bartlett


This is an excellent DIY video! Very well done. Professional. I would be proud to show this stove off and would not hesitate to cook on it. Great Job!

Author — Ken Fosdick


Thank you.. I'm going to try to build it now

Author — Simple Jack


hope you don't mind I took screen shots, I forget very easy so picture's help remind me.... thank you for the video hun bless you & yours....

Author — TLC Tammie


I’m so making one of these!!! I’ve got all the “ingredients” was just waiting for a good how to and this was it!! Thanks!!!

Author — Paige Mull


4:38 "its not the best, but, Allah... ill work with it"

Author — Brad Hintz


Filling it with ash .makes it lighter .n mobile.

Author — Dan Coranado


That is a very useful tool to have or to know, im gonna try and make 1 of my own, thanks

Author — Alex A


Turn the stove "into the wind", coat the underside of the pot with dish washing liquid, the black soot won't stick to it, rinses off clean! You're welcome. Good stove, good idea!

Author — Alan Wilson


Well I just love this. I have a Dremel and lots of cans. Gonna make myself one now for my campfire coffee pot. Thank you so much for taking the time to make this video.

Author — Marcy's Eco Village Life


Try J&B Weld instead of the metal Duct tape. Takes a day to dry, but it can handle the heat.

Author — Ronald Heroux


Informative in a simple and concise format. I made one identical to yours but I didn't use the aluminum tape. Once the plaster of Parid hardened, it actually covered the gap.
Thank you.

Author — homayoun Shirazi


Thanks rocket boy don't lose you fingers.

Author — Steven Merrick


we've been doing that in the Philippines bro...

Author — Grace Diana


Best video I’ve ever seen on this subject!

Author — Montana Annie


Thanks for that vid I fish a lot and this looks like my new best friend!

Author — Teaso Favors


I'm going to make one for emergencies, thanks!!

Author — 10TOES


Instead of taping the cans, integrate tabs into the cuts instead of totally cutting out and pop rivet or screw together. Great idea for boiling a billy quickly:-)

Author — Baz