I have reviews of
Butterfly stoves available.
There are many different types and
styles of Butterfly stoves. The #2457 and #2628 are conventional
multi-wick stoves, and I have the wicks or you can use a strand from a cotton
mop head as a wick. These are inexpensive stoves, but they work. Being
all metal, they are sturdy. See the links below on how to set up a
Butterfly #2457 or #2628 to work properly. I still have a Butterfly
#2457, as the design of the grill holds the Butterfly oven very nicely.
Butterfly manufactured gravity-fed
designs, such as the #2413, 2417, 2418. Photos of these stoves are
listed in the Photo
Album at my Wick Shop web site.
These stoves all use a glass reservoir for fuel, but with care it will last
for a long time. The proprietary wick used in these stoves stands on its
edge in a slot - it does NOT move up and down to control the heat output like
the multi-wick stoves. The wick will last a long time with proper care,
but you must have spare wicks!
I use a Butterfly #2418 double burner stove for normal kitchen type cooking,
but I made sure I had a dozen spare wicks on hand.