Stoves - Camping & Hiking
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Sat Feb 09 00:00:00 MST 2013jmn76 Rating:5.0
I bought for going camping. Easy clean up. Also it doesn't take alot of room to store
Wed Oct 13 00:00:00 MDT 2010hiker7 Rating:5.0
This is a really good stove and it did everything that it was supposed to do. It was easy to use and to clean and I am really happy with it.
Wed Feb 15 00:00:00 MST 2012marpete1 Rating:5.0
The Scouts which the stove was used : Loved it. The Boy scouts were Joyful that we purchased The stove for them.
Mon Mar 21 00:00:00 MDT 2011ipitch5 Rating:5.0
My family and I took this stove camping last week. It was the only stove that we brought and it worked great all week. It is easy to get started up and clean up. I recommend this stove to anybody.
Thu Nov 18 00:00:00 MST 2010jweave Rating:5.0
I bought this stove for a three week camping/bike trip. We had van support but not a lot of room in the van. This little stove worked perfectly. Cooked just fine and was so easy to use. I bought it because the propane cans can be bought almost anywhere. The burner part was large enough to support all our pans and the base is very study and steady.
Mon Nov 02 00:00:00 MST 2009wmboeher Rating:5.0
The item was as described. Good quality & value. Quick shipment.
Tue Aug 07 00:00:00 MDT 2012tigas Rating:5.0
Love the stove. Better than expected. No problem putting big pots on stove. Btu is still strong when using both burners.
Sat Jul 26 00:00:00 MDT 2014johnr999 Rating:4.0
The only reason I don't give 5 stars is that it is advertised as 30,000 BTU per burner, but the package states 20,000 BTU per burner. That's the only reason that I bought on Overstock rater than locally.
Wed Jul 25 00:00:00 MDT 2012yobcibmuag Rating:4.0
The stove works excellent at peak power if it is connected to it's own gas line, and the air flow under the stove is on the stove is adjust to it's rightful place. You have to purchase the gas line separately, which is about $25 at Amazon. . The only thing I mind about this product is the legs, which are cheap.
Mon Feb 10 00:00:00 MST 2014snowman54 Rating:4.0
I would recommend not carrying this stove with fuel in it. There is a hefty o-ring seal on the lid of the burner, but trying to carry the stove 1/3 full of fuel it still sloshed around and leaked into the cookset. Had to use part of my water ration to clean the denatured alcohol smell from the cookset. I replaced the o-ring and it still leaked. I tried to contact the manufacturer "Esbit", but got no response after several attempts. The best solution was to purchase a metal fuel bottle such as MSR, and after the stove cools, pour the excess alcohol back into the fuel bottle. With this little change the stove works flawlessly.
Tue Jul 15 00:00:00 MDT 2014paul3874 Rating:5.0
Replaced an older model with this camping stove. Burners, and inside liner are much improved
Wed May 19 00:00:00 MDT 2010clay24 Rating:4.0
Great product for the price. You can't go wrong with this stove top.
Thu Jan 17 00:00:00 MST 2013unit281 Rating:5.0
Exactly what I was looking for for motorcycle camping and heating my water for coffee in the morning. Best price that I found for this dual fuel type stove
Tue Jul 19 00:00:00 MDT 2011adeiling114 Rating:5.0
Great little stove! perfect for backpacking. Have not got to use it on a trip yet, but hooked it up to a burner and worked great. Good price doesn't hurt either.
Thu Oct 06 00:00:00 MDT 2011x7487linda Rating:5.0
This little one burner stove will be a much-needed addition to our emergency box. Bring on the hurricanes and blizzards! At least we'll have coffee!
Fri Oct 28 00:00:00 MDT 2011rockermuse Rating:5.0
I use this little wonder stove when backpacking and I love it. I've done the liquid fuel stoves and I'm so done with all that fuss, weight and expense. Not to mention the potentially explosive nature of them. This stove is cheap, small, lightweight, efficient and works perfectly well. Four of the solid-fuel squares will fit into the stove when folded up and I put it into a small bag with other fuel blocks for the trip. Each block will boil 16 oz. of water in a few minutes. What is not to love about that? This is the backpacker's best kept secret.
Fri Jul 23 00:00:00 MDT 2010spacec Rating:5.0
This grill works great. The stove portion of the grill heats up quickly and boils water within minutes. The girll portion is nice and the food doesn't stick.
Mon Jul 22 00:00:00 MDT 2013chaoheo Rating:1.0
I haven't had a chance to use this camping stove until now and it leaked badly at the connector to the hose + gas tank. It seems that the glue wasn't fully attached from the pipe to the connector. The gas was leaking out so bad that I could smell the gas. When I apply the liquid soap at the connection, there were bubbles coming up. I am not sure if any glue would fix the leak. I bought the double stove at the same time of this single stove and now I am afraid to try to other due to safety concern.
Tue Oct 04 00:00:00 MDT 2011dlng0 Rating:3.0
The whole thing could bend easily, extremely light. The burner itself is made of heavy iron though but the rest of the body wouldn't last very long. Also the stove does not come with the connecting tube.
Tue Jun 10 00:00:00 MDT 2014thehutchnw Rating:4.0
I got this specifically because it was made in the USA. There are more expensive stoves made in China, not to mention the few expensive American-made ones, and this model is hard to find. But we already had a Coleman single burner that sat atop a propane bottle and were tired of it trying to tip over. I like the compact size, being just big enough for one full pan and a smaller item (kettle, etc.). Its one drawback is the exposure to wind. The lid helps, but there are no side guards, and the standoffs that support the cookware are pretty tall. Since those come off (and you have to install them yourself on first assembly), I'm considering taking a hacksaw to at least one burner's set, to help with crosswind and heat transfer. But on its first camping trip, it served nicely and replaced the 2 separate burners we had been using.
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