How To Make A Self Feeding Fire That Burns For 14+ Hours… – Eco Snippets

How To Make A Self Feeding Fire That Burns For 14+ Hours…

How To Make A Self Feeding Fire That Burns For 14+ Hours...

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Whether you’re into camping & the outdoors, or just want to add a new idea to your survival kit, here’s a pretty nifty idea for an outdoor fire. It’s a self feeding fire that will burn for 14 or more hours (depending on how many logs are used), so you wont have to worry about continually feeding it new fuel throughout the night.

Here two opposing self supporting rams (made from logs) are angled in a way that will support additional logs for the fire in the center. As the fire burns in the middle, the weight of the supported logs themselves moves a new one into the fire when needed.

A great method to create a prolonged low maintenance fire. Check it out in the video below…

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What keeps the fire from just going right on up each side and burning all your wood? Granted it wouldnt be at first, but I bet after a few hours, it spreads up.

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    I don’t think that will work the firer we have it will all burn up

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    I just thought it looked like the racks we have. 🙂

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You’ve got to remember to soak it in wood.

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V?a ?un v?a s?y c?i

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Jon NinjaCoom Coomer

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    I’ve seen this (plan to make & try it out over Christmas) Looks good ????

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The fire will travel up those logs and within 15min you will have a huge bon fire

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That takes the fun out
of tending your fire ! ! !

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Lol ???? how neat, where do you sit when they all catch? If these are all dry ash, that will all ignite & burn forever.

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Jason Harvison Maaaateee!!!

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Toni Carol Yates

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Looks like a smokey, smoldering log, not a fire.

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Watch the video.

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Good idea but why ? If you are there feed it, if you are not why burn the wood ?

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Have zero camping experience and plan to keep that way, but appreciate the innovation.

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First soak the logs in wood

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Think you wood can’t be to dry or it will all go at once just saying ! Plus don’t leave fires unattended Forrest has a problem with that !

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this doesnt work very well. your better off just waking up and feeding the fire.

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    Yeh I’ve seen these- great setup, but takes all the fun out of keeping it going!?! X

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    That whole thing would light on fire

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    Looks like metal… it would be hot as hell.

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    I mean all the logs

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    Not the wood we have bought around here… it needs gas too. Oh well. . Just a thought

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    I don’t see how it keeps contained to the center. If the wood is dry I think it would spread to all of the wood

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C’est cool no? 🙂

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My mixtape has been lit for 14+ years boi ? sorry not sorry

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Clever, relatively safe.

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This wouldnt suit my pyromaniac friends ??

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    “Pondalowie fire constructions” a.flood todd wilson new business idea mate

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Adrien Marais

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For camping Dave &/or Donna???

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Since fire spreads to anything that burns, why do you think that the fire would be contained to the part on the ground? This whole thing would be up in flames very shortly. smh

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Fail
Fire will spread out and up the entire pile and racks will all go woomf

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i’ve always wondered with self feeding fires, why doesnt the fire spread up the logs

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Chris….get on it!

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