Wrap Stove

Wrap Stove

Kristen Lubbe
Mar 23, 2010

We really enjoy camping &mdash actually, we enjoy being outdoors for any reason. Eating outdoors is usually pretty awesome, but there's always a problem with keeping items warm. Not every situation calls for a fire, so it's somewhat perplexing in certain situations.

The WrapStove designed by Wonchul Hwang is an induction heater that helps keep food warm when you're outside. It's much easier than having to start a fire (if that's even an option) and it doesn't need to be plugged into anything.

The WrapStove comes with tiny magnets inside to help it stick to the pot it's warming up. It unfolds and them wraps around the dish. It doesn't start warming up until the end tab is folded and the temperature is set. The temperature is set via the touch screen that allows the wrap to heat or warm items.

Transporting the WrapStove certainly isn't a problem. It rolls up (think slap bracelet) and comes with a carrying bag. So you essentially won't notice any extra weight &mdash unlike having to carry an actual induction stove in your bag.

This seems perfect for camping or any other outdoor activity where food is involved. We're hoping it comes on the market soon because we're really interested.

[via Yanko Design]

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