Last year, the Kimberly was a prototype only, but by the end of summer Lehet had an actual production model in hand.
I’ll let him describe some of the operational details:
The new design incorporates my 26 years in the stove industry and results in a boat stove which delivers plenty of controllable heat output, the ability to cook, and best of all will burn up to 10 hours on one 5 lb extruded presto log, 12 hours on charcoal, and with its stainless interior can burn salt water drift wood as well.
We are now developing add on equipment such as an oven, hot water coils, a blower system, and the ability to produce electricity from the heat output of the fire.
Great news! I’m eager to see one in person.