Roger Lehet’s Kimberly Stove

Roger Lehet’s Kimberly Stove


I am excited to introduce to you Roger Lehet and his new Made in America Kimberly Stove. I have been communicating with Roger since back in July when he contacted me about his soon to be manufactured stove. Though initially designed for boats, he felt it would work great in small and tiny homes. Roger’s design really intrigued me and I was impressed with the extreme efficiency of this unit. Roger has asked me to become a distributor of this stove, and future variations, to the Tiny House community. I am excited to take part.

This multi-fueled wood burning cook stove was originally designed for cooking and heating in small spaces. Spaces such as boats, cabins, yurts, RV’s, and ice shanties. This extremely efficient cook stove boasts performance levels much greater then EPA certified wood stoves available for residential use. It’s compact design, measuring 30 in. tall and 10 in. diameter allows it to be installed and used efficiently as well as cleanly on an averaged sized boat (30 ft). This unit can also be used to heat up to 1500 sq ft of living space.

It’s flexibility in fuels allows the owner/operator to regulate it’s heat production for different operating modes. In cold weather a 5lb extruded pressed log performs the best. It gives you an 8-10hr burn time with the cook top temperature exceeding 1150 degrees Fahrenheit. For Spring into Summer weather use, 1lb of standard charcoal a day will run the stove at a lower temperature range with an even cook top temperature. Pellets and gases/oils are also optional fuel choices.

This stove is completely portable including its venting system, weighing about 65lbs. This unit would be easily deployed during disaster relief efforts. Where this stove differs from rocket stoves would be our patent pending secondary combustion system. In this area the stove gasses from the primary fire are funneled through our all fuel combustor pack. During this process temperatures up to 1600 degrees Fahrenheit completely incinerate soot and smoke before either hit the chimney. Due to these efficiencies our stove burns far less fuel then any rocket or primary burn stove. Although our stove as well as the rocket stove produces clean burns, our stove stands apart when it comes to consumption of that fuel.

Brill Metal Works is an amazing state-of-the-art computer-controlled metal fabricating company  and their artisans do a fabulous job of building this stainless-steel Kimberly Stove.

Some things to consider about the Kimbely Stove:

  • Latest Technology
  • Durable
  • Eco friendly
  • Convenient
  • Low installation cost (around $250)
  • Easy installation
  • Made In America
  • Time saving
  • Return of investment (heat for years to come)
  • Attractive
  • Warranty (the best)
  • All stainless steel (cool to the touch)
  • Multi fuel (wood, coal, etc.)
  • Safe
  • Pride of ownership
  • Green construction
  • Nice ambiance with windowed door
  • Dry heat
  • No smoke (stop smoking after 15 minutes)
  • Cooking on stove top
  • Baking (oven coming soon)
  • Power production (coming soon)
  • Hot water (coming soon)
  • Security
  • Perfect for off grid locations
  • Sustainable
  • Tested and retested
  • no planed obsolescence

Here is a link to the Unforgettable Fire llc with all the detailed information or call Roger at 206-850-2322. The attached photo is of Roger and his wife Bridget celebrating the arrival the K6 Stove. Mention Coupon Code THB25 and receive $25 off of shipping charges when you purchase the Kimberly Stove.

Download a Kimberly Stove brochure here: Kimb_Brochure2



    • The those is awesome but not awesome enough to pay $4,000. I live in a 300 sq ft RV. I have a Hobbit wood stove that will heat my 40 ft 5th wheel in a heart beat with everything installed for less than $1600.00 works great in the winters here in Colorado.

      Like I said it is a awesome stove but is not awesome enough to pay $4,000 It ain’t worth it!

  1. We looked around at a lot of small stoves to heat our 33′ 5th wheel trailer here in the California mountains. From Jotul to Morso, Sardine and the Kimberly, all were either too big or too expensive ($3500 for a Kimberly!!). We ended up buying a Hobbit stove from Salamader Stoves in Devon, England. It was delivered to our door in 5 days for much cheaper than all of the above options, plus we got custom paint and a secondary air input installed so combustion oxygen is mostly drawn from outside the trailer. The stove is about 12″ x 12″ x 18″, with a 12″ clearance to combustibles. It’s also aesthetically quite beautiful, and has been keeping us warm and happy this winter.

    It took about 2 months to finally find this stove, and it’s been absolutely perfect for us. Give them a look; the website isn’t great, but fortunately the stove is.

    Oh, they also sell a *smaller* stove called the Pipsqueak if you really need something tiny.