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The Honey Stove Ti - Titanium

Our Price:  £74.99(Inc. 20% VAT)Earn 74 Loyalty Points

Product Code:  RD106


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The Hive (Expansion Kit) TitaniumThe Hive (Expansion Kit) Titanium

The ultimate in 100% British designed and manufactured wood burning and multi-fuel Titanium stoves.

Manufactured from .5mm Grade 2 Titanium sheet, which is 29% thinner than the .7mm Stainless Steel model.

This also makes it 55% lighter weighing in at a total of 161g. (Standard model 362g)

Although the Titanium is obviously thinner and has a more delicate feel to the touch, it is one of the most technical, tough and durable materials available today. Due to the thickness, parts may flex with ease, however realinging the shape is simple and will not effect the longevity or strength of the product.

The stove has no moving parts. Nothing to break down or fail. Once clipped together it forms the same sturdy cooking platform as the standard  model.

Please note, there is a natural slight warp to the flat .5mm Titanium material. Even under prolonged high heat, this warp is minor and does not effect the fantastic performance or ability to disassemble and reassemble the stove.

This is not a toy and should only be used by those with experience in using lightweight technical outdoor materials.

The following information is relevant to both models;

Since the launch in 2008, The Honey Stove has grown in popularity in all areas of the outdoor community. 

Users have enthused over the flexibility and practically of the 100% British design and manufacture, sharing the news of the discovery with other outdoor enthusiasts.

Hikers, backpackers, bushcrafters, kayakers, cyclists, riders and travellers around the globe have enjoyed the simplicity of the design, combined with the reliable functionality, which results in cooking over a stove which is virtually carbon neutral.

There’s no escaping the fact. This style of cooking will transport you back to a simpler time, and increase yours pleasures when living outdoors. 

Time to appreciate your surroundings and your companions more. Time which is never wasted.

I wanted to design a stove which would be unique. No moving parts, just a simple solid reliable construction, which when linked together would provide maximum strength either in the square or hexagonal configuration.

A true multi fuel stove which cooks efficiently with virtually any size or shape of cook pot, used by the independent traveller around the world.

One which will burn organic matter, esbit/hexamine tablets, night light candles, ANY make of meths (denatured alcohol) stove, Greenheat Fuel Cells and even the standard Trangia gas burner, or other similar variations.

Flexibility is the key to the design concept. Your cooking vessel can be placed on top, or if less than 12cm diameter, inside the rim of the stove. 

For example, by placing a simple heat source in the base of the Hexagonal setting, the Stainless Steel will reflect heat inwards and act as a reliable windshield. 

By simply sliding two 3mm pegs through the horizontal holes in the mid points, your pot (less than 12cm dia) will be lowered and supported inside the perimeter walls, and therefore trap more of the generated heat, reducing the time taken to boil. 

Your Honey Stove package consists of 5 x side panels, a fire door, a base plate, a Trangia Burner support, a small square plate and a top mesh grill. The base plate is interchangeable in any of the five different side slots.

There are no hard and fast rules, as to which slot you use, or which way is up!  It is entirely up to you and your needs at that particular cooking moment! 

Please note: You do NOT need to use ALL of the parts, ALL of the time!

Please note: It is designed to be a tight fit the first few times you assemble the stove. This will quickly become easier with use.

Honey Stove Ti - Reviews Andy Howell - Must be this way


Assembling the square configuration

This is the most compact stove setting, and it may be all a ‘lightweight’ backpacker, cyclist, bushcrafter or kayaker will ever need.

Option 1: Take a side panel with the prongs facing upwards, and slide down on each side two further panels. If you are burning organic matter, place the square plate in either of the two lowest slots, then slide the door on ‘upwards’. This will allow you slide fuel in through the door slot.

Option 2: If you are using a coke can stove, esbit/hexamine tablet or Greenheat place the square plate in the mid slot and then slide on the door. This allows easy lighting of the tablets and better air flow.

Option 3: However you may wish to make the fire completely enclosed. Therefore instead of sliding on the door, use another side panel. This will enclose the fire completely.

Option 4: You may also prefer to use the standard Trangia Burner. The slots in the side panels are designed to hold the rim of the burner securely. 

Therefore, slot the rim into the mid slot of the three panels and then slide the door into place. 
This slot provides the optimum burner to pot height, to achieve maximum heat performance. 

NB: You are also still able to access the simmering ring through the door.

Assembling the hexagonal configuration

To burn organic matter/charcoal BBQ briquettes

Option 1: Take a side panel and hold it with the prongs facing downwards. Slide on two other side panels either side and place the base plate in either of the bottom two slots (air flow). 

Make sure the rear of the base plate sits in the central panel slot. 

Slide on a fourth and fifth panel on alternate sides, and then while holding those two panels between your thumb and forefinger, ease the fire door into place.

NB: As the metal is freshly laser cut, this will be a tight fit initially, so may require positive, but not excessive force. This will quickly become easier.

For pots smaller than 12cm, slide two 3mm pegs through the slots at a height of your choice. 

Or cook directly on the grill placed on top of the final assembly.

To burn esbit/hexamine tablet

Option 2: Assemble as above, but raise the base plate to the second slot. 

For pots smaller than 12cm, slide in two 3mm pegs through the slots at a height of your choice to make the most of the heat generated. Or cook directly on the grill placed on top of the final assembly.

To use a Trangia Burner

Option 3: Assemble as above with the base plate in either of the two lowest slots. Prior to fitting the door, slide in the Trangia plate into two opposing mid slots. Then ease the fire door into place. 

If your pot is greater then 12cm, place it on top of the stove.

If your pot is less than 12cm slide in two 3mm pegs through two upper holes as support. Or use the grill on top of the assembly as support. 

However, for maximum wind protection, you have the option to assemble the stove with the Trangia plate lower down, and therefore the base of the pot is enclosed within the perimeter of the stove for maximum wind protection.

To use Trangia Gas or other Trangia Fitting Multifuel Convertor

Option 4: Assemble as above but start with the prongs facing upwards on the first panel, so the door fits on last with the wider section at the top of the stove. This allows the fuel line to exit the unit without obstruction.
Which wood to burn? They use this old woodman's poem ….

Logs to burn! Logs to burn!
Logs to save the coal a turn!
Here's a word to make you wise
When you hear the woodman's cries.

Beechwood fire burn bright and clear;
Hornbeam blazes too,
If logs are kept a year
And seasoned through and through.

Oak logs will warm you well
If they're old and dry,
Larch logs of pinewood smell
But the sparks will fly.

Pine is good and so is yew
For warmth through winter days
But poplar and willow, too
Take long to dry and blaze.

Birch logs will burn too fast,
Alder scarce at all.
Chestnut logs are good to last
If cut in the fall.

Holly logs will burn like wax,
You should burn them green,
Elm logs like smoldering flax,
No flame is seen.

Pear logs and apple logs,
They will scent your room.
Cherry logs across the dogs
Smell like flowers in bloom.

But ash logs, all smooth and grey,
Burn them green or old,
Buy up all that come your way,
They're worth their weight in gold.

Hard woods for roasting
Apple, Ash, Beech, Birch, Sweet Chestnut, Hazel, Holly, Hornbeam, Larch, Oak and Willow.

Soft woods for boiling
Alder, Aspen, cedar, Hawthorn, Horse chestnut, Lime, Pine, Poplar, Spruce, Sycamore.


  • Weights Honey Stove Ti (.5mm Titanium)
  • Sides 5 x 16g - 7cm x 12.3cm
  • Door 10g
  • Base 23g - 12.5cm dia
  • Square Plate 8g - 7cm x 7cm
  • Trangia Plate 6g
  • Top Grill 34g - 15.3cm x 15.3cm
  • Total: 161g

  • Standard model weights (.7mm Stainless Steel)
  • Sides 5 x 42g
  • Door 25g
  • Base 57g
  • Square Plate 20g
  • Trangia Plate 16g
  • Top Grill 34g
  • Total 362g

To expand the unit in size for group or more social use please see our Titanium Hive expansion kits.

Average Rating (23 Reviews):  
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Impressive stove and perfect service
Wednesday, 19 August 2015  | 

First impression after unboxing is very convincing. The stove is ultra light weight and conveniently packed in a slim (and hopefully durable) pouch. We immediatley sat down and started experimenting with assembling the stove, which turned out to be both, fun and easy. The parts fit perfectly together and no bending or misshape is in the way. After some thought I also found out how to ideally place the Trangia gas burner into the hexagonal stove (it doesn't fit in the square stove setting).
Now I am looking forward to testdrive the stove with both, gas and wood. It's raining today, so I should perhaps go out and give it a try.
The service and delivery as well as communcation were excellent too. Thank you!

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Great idea made even better!
Monday, 27 July 2015  | 

I've used a s/s Honey Stove for years & love it. Ti version is much lighter, and actually easier to assemble. I tend to use wood as fuel, fuel for free, what's not to love. A great little stove got even better.

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go titanium
Sunday, 28 June 2015  | 

I dont usually write reviews but having owned my honey ti for what seems like forever i truly love it and i mean A LOT. I can keep it going for hours using the same amount of wood a campfire would for minutes. Just bought the ti expansion kit was pondering buying the steel kit to keep costs down but that would be unforgivable in the long term (thats what overdrafts are for right?) Have trangia x 2, msr xgk, jetboil, pocket rocket (cheapo go outdoors type) but this is my go to stove/ it love it.

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Sunday, 10 May 2015  | 

Really lightweight and still durable (which always amazes me). Good kit to own. Service was excellent and delivery worked out perfectly. Thank you.

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Top Stove!
Wednesday, 11 March 2015  | 

Light, Easy to use and very effective! Boiling water in 10 minutes.

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Great service & product
Monday, 2 March 2015  | 

Delivery was smooth with texts and emails detailing exactly when item would arrive. Nice touch with sweets and hand written note.
Trialled the stove on a weekend walk in Feb using a trangia burner to heat soup. Easy and quick to put together and took about 12 mins to heat enough soup for two people. Looking forward to using wood when the summer comes. Great product, so light and compact. My favourite new toy!

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top bit of kit
Monday, 8 December 2014  | 

great bit of kit only down side is the panel for holding the trangia stove is designed for the new smaller type and not the original one which is larger something I think should be stated other than that more than happy

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The Trangia slot for the Ti and Stainless Honey is the same as for the Pocket Stove as show in the photos and refers to the domestic model. The larger military model you mention has never been considered. However there's nothing stopping you putting it on the base and raising it accordingly.

No need to carry fuel
Wednesday, 19 November 2014  | 

I used Ti-Honey last weekend on a trip with other people and their stoves. We were in an area with pelnty of dried spruce, pine and birch branches and also logs were available from the forest service (Finland). Putting the stove together is a little bit fiddly and the door piece drops easily when moved. This is a minor inconvenience. A gas cooker was slightly faster, but I think that with some practice and getting more used to measuring the stick sized I could beat it. Liquid fuel stoves were far behind.

When cooking for a long time I noticed that the ash holes got blocked and had some troubles with keeping the stove lit. Also I think that the twigs were not of a premium quality. In general with this stove you need a little bit more practise and woodcraft than with a gas stove, which I also consider part of the pleasure.

In general this stove is worth every penny. It weighs very little, you save hugely on fuel and you get a live fire, which is really great at this time of the year. Sitting next to a real fire without having to worry about saving fuel beats sitting next to little blue flames that you have to turn off the moment you get a boil on.

PS. Not carrying fuel is not quite true. I got a "dump pouch", a large mouthed pouch for disposing empty magazines, from a military surplus store. My plan is to collect firewood along the route and to snap it to pieces when walking. Seems to work somewhat, not sure if worth the weight of the pouch.

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Just the job
Monday, 18 August 2014  | 

So simple and functional. Tested in gentle Derbyshire in wood burning and trangia burner mode to great effect - though I need to improve my cooking range. Can be a little unstable on clumpy grass in the "square format" - but still - great little stove!

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The Honey Stove TI
Friday, 8 August 2014  | 

A well made very light and compact stove, and British designed and built! 1st test burn; 1ltr tap water boiled in 6 mins, ambient air temp 23c. A very stable stove with good wind shielding and with the expansion kit, you can cook for a larger group or bigger things ie fish or meat BBQ style. The whole thing stores flat in its own bag and will be my main stove from now on!

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