Shakespeare once asked, “What’s in a name?” Envirofit answered, “Everything, mofo.” Obviously Shakespeare didn’t anticipate the importance of branding. Driving home the point is Envirofit’s new portable cooking tool: the M-5000 Rocket Stove. A name doesn’t get much cooler than that.
But the M-5000 Rocket Stove is more than just a well-named product that sounds like something the folks at SpaceX might bring on a camping trip. Weighing only 9 pounds and featuring a patented metal alloy combustion chamber, the M-5000 is the an easy portable stove of choice for those who want to venture into the wilderness without sacrificing a well-cooked meal.
Giving the M-5000 even more contemporary flair is a rock solid foundation of eco-conscientiousness and that “eco” stands for both economy and ecology. The stove aims for reduced emissions without compromising performance and it’s built directly in Kenya. The goal is to cut down costs for native consumers who could definitely use a solid portable stove and simultaneously promoting entrepeneurship at the local level among redistributors and manufacturers.
You can buy the M-5000 as is or opt for some add-ons like a flat pot skirt, bottom pot skirt, or the GoGrill accessory unit. Check this thing out and give it a whirl, if only so you can tell all your friends you own something called an Envirofit M-5000 Rocket Stove.