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Camp Chef Explorer Series EX-60LW 2-Burner Modular Cooking System, Black

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  • 2- 30,000 BTU Cast Aluminum Burners system for total cooking power of 60,000 BTU
  • 448 Square inch cooking area with 3 sided windscreen and appliance style knobs
  • 14" Cooking system fits accessories with 14 Blue Flame Logo (accessories sold separately)
  • Comes with regulator and 3 foot hose for use with bulk propane tank
  • Cooking area 14" x 32" fits 14" Blue Flame Accessories
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Fuel Type Propane Propane Propane Propane
Number of Burners One Size One Size One Size One Size
Material Steel Information not provided Steel Steel
Color Black One Color Black Black
Length 34 inches 23.5 inches 11.75 inches 15.25 inches
Height 29 inches 15.5 inches 16.5 inches 27.5 inches
Width 14 inches 10 inches 17.25 inches 16.5 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34 x 14 x 29 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 33 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: China
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  • ASIN: B0006VORDY
  • Item model number: EX-60LW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (241 customer reviews)

Product Description


Camp Chef Explorer 2-Burner Stove

Rely on the rugged Explorer to provide you with the cooking power you need. Two 30,000 BTU burners cook perfectly for camping, hunting, scouting, and just about any of your outdoor cooking needs. Cast aluminum burners resist rust and reduce weight while the burner drums focus heat upwards to give you more power. A three-sided windscreen will help protect your flame and radiate heat back to cook your food better. Its rugged construction is built to last. Legs adjust to accommodate uneven ground and remove for mobility and storage.

Emergency Preparedness

One of the uses for this stove is emergency preparedness. We feel it's very important that all households have at least a 72 hour kit and some food storage. One 20 lb tank (not included) can get you 15 hours of cooking time. If disaster strikes, you'll be ready.

  • Two 30,000 BTU burners
  • Three-sided windscreen
  • Adjustable heat-control dials
  • Regulator and 3 ft. hose included
  • Removable legs for portability
Product Specifications
  • Cooking Dimensions: 14" x 32"
  • Cooking Area: 464 sq. in.
  • Cooking Height: 29"
  • Total Output: 60,000 BTU
  • Weight: 31 lbs.
  • Warranty: One Year
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Product Description

Great tasting food will always bring people together and Camp Chef has that figured out

Whether you're enjoying mother nature's finest views or getting ready for the big game at the tailgate party, you should never be deprived of tasteful food. Camp Chef's rugged two burner Explorer stove gives you the ability to prepare anything from bacon and eggs to grilled salmon or even Dutch oven dinners all on one stove. This is the go anywhere, do anything type of propane stove.
Being one of Camp Chef's 14" cooking systems, the Explorer is very versatile and can be equipped with many different Camp Chef accessories, from the Professional Grill Box to the Italia Artisan Pizza Oven. This is also a perfect stove for emergency preparedness because of its portability and can provide for 15 hours of cooking time on one 20 lb propane tank (not included).

Why Camp Chef?

The Camp Chef Explorer 2 Burner Stove is there for you whether you're cooking outdoors or need to fix a meal in an emergency. Power outages and disasters can strike but with the Explorer 2 Burner Stove you will be secure in knowing you can cook things up if you need to. This stove is a true outdoor appliance with strong performance capabilities. It has a 3-Sided Windscreen to shield some of the breezes coming your way and just one twenty-pound tank will keep your stove going for 15 hours. Cook up a meal for you and some friends or family and enjoy the outdoors with a Camp Chef Explorer 2 Burner Stove.


- Two 30,000 BTU cast-aluminum burners give you the power to cook whatever is on your menu
- Three sided windscreen helps protect flame from wind
- Fully adjustable heat-control dials give you more control over heat
- Removable/Adjustable legs for storage/portability and setup on uneven ground
- Durable, rugged design built to last
- Regulator and 3 ft. hose included for use with a bulk propane tank
- Out of the box ready to cook in seconds
- Emergency preparedness recommended


- Cooking Dimensions: 14" x 32"
- Cooking Area: 448 sq. in.
- Cooking Height: 29"
- Total Output: 60,000 BTU
- Weight: 36 lbs.

Important Information

Safety Warning
For outdoor use, only.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is very sturdy and well built.
M. Brandes
It's great for outdoor cooking if you want to avoid cooking in your house.
The burner has controls for the flame; low, medium, high.
Arul Mathias

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

80 of 87 people found the following review helpful By skeezix on September 12, 2010
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We purchased this for food canning, and for backup during our typical winter power outages. And I think it would be great for cooking up those pungent foods when you don't want to stink up the house!
Overall the build quality and heat output are very good. It has more than enough burner capacity to boil a 33 quart canner in 60 F. weather. Very stable. Keeping the humidity out of the house is a huge plus.
I have two suggestions for Camp Chef.
1) The front, center and angled down location of the MIP fitting (for hooking up the hose to the propane tank)is in about the most awkward location it could be. Users are typically going to have the tank to the side or rear, so a fitting location aimed in that direction makes sense. As built the hose is subject to getting spills on it (hot grease would be the worst), and having a side strain on the hose and fitting from trying to locate to the side or aft.
2) The burner valves are also exposed to spills from cooking. A metal shield would help. I fashioned a temporary one from layers of aluminum foil - works ok but you have to be careful to keep the air inlets on the valve clear of obstructions.
Finally, I'll repeat some common advice: Get your tanks refilled and don't use the excahnge services. In our area a fill costs about $12.50, and exchanges range from $18.99 to 23.99. It adds up if you do a lot of canning.
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54 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Sidewinder on January 12, 2010
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Camp Chef Explorer Series EX-60LW 2-Burner Modular Cooking System, Black:

Camp Chef products are designed for cooking outdoors and can be great for many years of use.

This is the number one stove in the line, it has over 75 cooking combos!

Here are my top 5

1. Stove with both burners covered by the SG60 griddle (Griddle all the way across) Camp Chef - SG-60 - Pro Fry Griddle BBQ Accessories

2. Stove with Camp Chef BB100L Sport Grill Box, Black one one side the other burner open for a pot to boil water and do your dishes.

3. Stove with Camp Chef CGG16 Cast Iron Grill/Griddle great for throwing on some fajitas...

4. Stove with Camp Chef Professional Barbecue Super Grill Box for 2-Burner Stoves this is a bit expensive, but you have a super wide barbecue system and you can take it off and still have a two burner stove.

5. Cover it up with a Camp Chef CB60 Carry bag for two burner stove keeps the cook extras out of the car.

We love all of our Camp Chef product and are always looking for new ways to cook and be Outdoors.
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53 of 59 people found the following review helpful By klecureux on May 30, 2007
I've really enjoyed using this product. The price for the stove is not all inclusive for maximum enjoyment. In addition to the stove, you'll also need to purchase a propane tank. I'd also recommend the cast-iron griddle/grill plates designed to fit on the stove. You probably only need one, but if you want two they'll cost you about $20 a piece.

You can probably use standard cookware as you would on an oven range, but I've only used cast-iron cookware on the stove. If you have more expensive cookware, you may want to consider investing in a diffuser plate as the stove flame can be very hot! I haven't done so yet, but you also may want to consider installing the igniter which I believe costs $5-10 per burner. I also purchased the Camp Chef bag for transporting the stove. Even while in the bag, the stove is very heavy and not fun to carry around. Like I said in the title, this is a perfect stove to take camping if you're in a car and don't have to carry it far. For its power, it stores very well. Because it stores in a compact area (roughly 36x18x8) set-up is slightly more complicated than comparable stoves but remains fairly simple. You just slide the four legs into the bottom of the stove, snap the wind-shield in place, and plug in the propane tank. I've seen other stoves that have legs which simply fold up or down. All-in-all, this is a great product!
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Bobby Dunn on August 8, 2011
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I could kick myself every time I think about passing on the burner option on my Weber grill. After beating myself up for a year I finally decided to order this for my outdoor kitchen and very happy with the purchase. Its a little utilitarian in design and build, but that is OK for what it is. Only fault I have to it is the burners are "go big or go home". Don't plan on cooking with a 6" skillet on this thing, it is designed to hold big pots and pans and only big ones. One big one and one small one would have been better for me, but I guess most folks that do outdoor cooking are fixing large meals for several. I fixed 2 big pots of spaghetti over the weekend (enough to feed an army) and this thing had the water boiling just about faster than I could get a few grinds of salt and a bit of olive oil in there.
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By AndrewST on July 25, 2009
I "saved" this product from my In-laws, they were going to throw it away since they never used it. Being it was sealed in the factory packaging and still had the price card on it, I opted to take it off their hands.

This last week,7/19-7/24, I went camping on the Oregon Coast. As normal it was cold, wet, and windy. Somehow out of the 28 people present at our family gathering, we had two stoves. One was the venerable Coleman table top propane stove. The second being this Camp Chef I brought with me, fresh in box.

Right out of the box this product is extremely easy to assembly. It takes less than 5 minutes to be up and going. It is extremely sturdy and well built, the matte finish is uniform and in order. Overall it exudes quality, something not often found in a product these days. The two 30,000 BTU burners were more than enough to heat large amounts of food quickly, enough to feed every member in a timely manner. Even in the cold wind and rain the flame was easy to light, and it kept that flame until turned off. The stove consumed less than 5 Gallons of Propane during the trip, and it was used at every meal. This was surprising considering the amount of food prepared on it.

I only had one brief issue with the stove, and it happens to be directly related to my one wish, and the reason it wasn't given 5 stars. When I went to use the stove on the second day, after sitting out all night, I found that water had gotten into the burners. This prevented the burners from running at peak performance. It was a simple remedy, I blew the water out and ignited the burners again, after running for a minute the water was dried and the stove worked fantastically. Now how about that wish?
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