I’ve been noticing more and more stoves with these new “radiant elements”, where the heating coil is embedded into the counter top, under a piece of glass, and wondering how efficient they are. Are they more or less efficient than a standard heating element? How about compared to gas? What about when I’m boiling water, is it better to use an electric kettle where the heating element is right in the water itself.
These thoughts get fueled even more when I see inventions like the BioLite.
This is the old video that I saw two years ago, but it best demonstrates how this little efficient $129 camping stove works.
Now that you’ve seen that, you should see how you can now charge USB devices (camp with your phone often?). They also have larger scale models in Africa.
Next, we need to tackle this water problem. Oh! Wait! It looks like these water filters could help with that issue.