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  • King Kooker 25-inch Portable Burner Camp Stove
    Verified Purchase

    I would like to have another one but its out of stock, we cook outside a lot and this stove cooked our big pot of potato's and corn fast for our country boil for 20 people did not take long

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    mendez1234 September 6, 2016
  • Strong
    Verified Purchase

    I purchased this for steaming clams on the Bay and Beach. The stove cranks more then I ever expected and has been a great fit for beach parties. The gauge is not the easiest to see and could be more user friendly. The wind gaurd is helpful but on the beach you need even more to block the wind. But over all, the power of this stove is very good. Assembly was easy and I bought a storage bin at Home Depot that fits it perfect. Detachable legs were one of the reasons I actually purchased it. Happy cooking!

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    brendan c. August 26, 2015
  • King Kooker is Kool
    Verified Purchase

    I have used this stove twice to do outdoor canning. A large capacity pot of water came to boil in about 15 to 20 minutes. I did find that the burner knobs tended to re-adjust themselves and not stay at the desired flame. Overall, a very good, portable stove for outdoor cooking.

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    jhopton May 24, 2013
  • Camp stove
    Verified Purchase

    It appears usable. Have not used it yet. Seems well constructed.

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    ok111 December 11, 2012
  • Albacore canning
    Verified Purchase

    The King Kooker is ideal for canning albacore. We set it up out side to avoid fish smell in the house and it provides all the BTUs needed to get the pressure canner up to temperature in a hurry and keep it there.

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    chuck39 November 14, 2012
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