Bell Tent Stove – Eco


This compact eco stove is perfect for heating your canvas shelter. It has more control over air intake for economical running and a cleaner burn.


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The stove comes with seven flue pieces and a spark arrestor (so eight sections in total) that slot together, forming a total assembled flue length of 174cm – meaning there’s plenty of flue outside of your tent to take the smoke away. The spark arrestor prevents stray sparks from landing on your tent.

It’s got a removable top plate for easy access to the firebox from above and this also makes a handy heating plate for a pan or kettle. It’s got side racks for drying clothes or storing pots and pans. The flue packs away inside the stove for maximum portability and it is also possible to purchase a bag for storage.

This eco version of our stove produces more heat output than a standard stove. This works by introducing a second source of air into the stove above the flames re-igniting the gases and producing more heat from the same wood with little smoke from the flue.

This helps to reduce the emissions from the fire into the atmosphere, it also means that there is less likely to be a blackening of the stove glass.

We strongly recommend using a stove thermometer when using a bell tent stove.  This is a great way to indicate how hot your stove is burning and will stop it reaching temperatures that could potentially damage your flashing kit.  Our stoves should not be allowed to burn over 300°C.

A stove thermometer can also help you reach maximum efficiency and optimise fuel consumption from your bell tent stove.

You will also need a tent flashing kit to install the stove into your tent.

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Reasons to choose Life Under Canvas

Over the last few years we have tried and tested all specs, styles & sizes of bell tent to create our very own Life Under Canvas range, meaning you can get the kit & camp with confidence.

  • Compact, Lightweight and Stylish
  • Stove with legs down measures 33cm (w) x 39cm (d) x 33cm (h). Weight 13kg
  • Power Output 3.5kwh
  • 7 flue pieces and 1 spark arrestor fit neatly inside stove, diameter 60mm
  • Large glass front panel, 10 x 6cm
  • Includes carry bag
  • Suitable for any size of bell tent or a shed, tipi or yurt
  • Comes with side racks for pots and pans
  • Suitable for use with Wood Fuel
  • Eco-Friendly, secondary burn function
  • Optional carry bag available
  • Great Customer Service
  • Fast Delivery


  • 1 x Eco Stove with side racks
  • 7 x Flue Pieces
  • 1 x Spark Arrestor

Frequently Asked Questions

Got a questions? We hope you find all the answers here, but if not feel free to get in touch and we’ll be pleased to help

Bell Tent Stoves

All Life Under Canvas stoves are suitable for use in any of our fire retardant bell tents with stove hole. 

Due to its smaller structure, our mini stove is the perfect size for our 4m bell tent.  Please note that we do not recommend the use of a stove simultaneously with an inner tent in our 4m Bell Tent.

See our full range of bell tent stoves here.

We usually receive our stock for the season by early March. Please contact us for the exact date for the item you are interested in.

We stock many different spare parts and extras, including tent & awning poles, rain caps, mallets, guys and peg sets.  Please have a look at our spares page for more details – Spares

We also stock spare swatches of fabric, elastic toggles, stove glass, flue pieces, springs for poles & more, so if you don’t see what you need please don’t hesitate to contact us.

For the secure use of a stove inside your tent, it is essential to use a flashing kit.  This kit ensures the flue pipe is properly fastened to the canvas.  It consists of a heat-resistant silicone opening which enables the flue pipe to pass through the roof of the tent safely, allowing the smoke and fumes from the stove to dissipate into the open air.

You will also need a heat proof mat to protect your groundsheet from any sparks that might fly out of your stove.

We recommend lighting it at a low temperature, either outside the tent or inside when you are not in there. This allows any fumes from manufacturing to be removed off before use.

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