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BioLite KettleCharge

Serious power. Clean water. On any stove.
Our highest power product yet.

BioLite BaseBaseCamp


BioLite BaseCamp

Grill, cook and boil. Charge your devices.
Powered by wood. Just in time for tailgating season.

BioLite Summer CampStove Bundle

Triple threat.

The BioLite Bundle

Grill, boil, & charge
with this fully integrated system
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3 billion people lack access to clean energy.
The BioLite HomeStove can help.


Redefine on-demand energy
at home or on the trail.

10 watts of instant power
using only heat and water.

BioLite Stoves make cooking on wood as clean, safe & easy as modern fuels while generating electricity to charge phones, lights and other electronics off-grid

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Boil Water and Get 10 Watts of Power with KettleCharge
August 12, 2014
The Buzz on the NEW BioLite KettleCharge is Boiling Up
August 01, 2014
BioLite Special Field Report - the HomeStove's Introduction in Laos
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August 20, 2014
Travel By Fire Hits (Three of) the Four Corner States
BioLite Speaks about Being Outdoors in NYC
June 02, 2014
Outdoor Fest Panel - Starting Up in New York
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White water, hot fire with BioLite
July 02, 2013
Rafting the Green River with BioLite
March 26, 2013
Fish, Friends, and a CampStove

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March 05, 2014
One of the smartest cooking accessories on the market, the BioLite stove debuted in 2012. Using twigs and brush, you can create an “eternal” charger for your phone or camera. The heat from the pot generates power with a thermoelectric generator, which in turn causes a fan to blow, generating even more heat. You connect your phone with a USB port. The new KettlePot holds about six cups of water and weighs just one pound.
February 24, 2014
BioLite is at it again with a new and bigger thermoelectric camp stove called the BaseCamp. The newly minted portable device allows users to cook, generate heat and charge cell phones simply by burning whatever twigs and sticks they put inside its burning maw. The stove top looks even more like a mini furnace complete with a side port to load in wood like a fireplace.
February 20, 2014
Since it hit the market with a gadget-charging portable stove a few years ago, BioLite has been slowly growing its line of outdoor cooking-charging gear. Its latest product, the BaseCamp, gives campers more power for cooking and charging gadgets. It can serve as both grill and stove, while storing enough power to charge tablet computers.
February 12, 2014
Most recently, DUMBO Improvement District unveiled the fruits of a long-term collaboration with Biolite...The company adapted its patented thermoelectric technology to create the DUMBO Firepit, a 500-pound, outdoor heater located in the Pearl St. Triangle, which offered warmth to passersby, while supplying the energy source needed to light DUMBO’s holiday tree last December.
January 24, 2014
Last year Brooklyn-based BioLite introduced the HomeStove, a biomass cookstove that converts waste heat into electricity, with the goal of bringing the technology to households currently cooking over open fire in Indian and sub-Saharan Africa. BaseCamp is inspired by the HomeStove, but more luxurious.
January 23, 2014
We've been fans of the BioLite stove since it debuted, because it was a no-liquid-required backpacking stove with a bonus: It can recharge your gadgets. Lighting tinder in it generates electricity, which powers a fan that not only keeps the fire humming but also provides enough power to charge devices plugged into its USB port. The latest offering from BioLite does the same, but in a bigger package.

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