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Camp Chef Sport Utility DJ-60LW Table Top Sport Stove

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Camp Chef Sport Utility DJ-60LW Table Top Sport Stove + Camp Chef CGG16B Reversible Pre-seasoned Cast Iron Grill/Griddle + Carry Bag for 2 Burner Grill Black
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Product Description

The Weekender has the power to create delicious, hot meals wherever or whenever you want. With the ability to attach and detach the legs, this stove can be used on a table top or freestanding, giving you the opportunity to take it where you want. The compact design has the power to cook your favorite breakfast and boil water for other cooking needs. This portable stove is great for camping, scouting and especially emergency preparedness.  Two 20K BTU/Hr Cast aluminum burners. 40K Total BTU’S.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 28 x 15 x 8 inches ; 30.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 30.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000FFVPQ8
  • Item model number: DJ-60LW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,228 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Tightline on September 25, 2010
Thank you Camp Chef Weekender!

My Coleman propane and white gas stoves and low BTU camper stove took ages to boil water at high altitude if at all and frankly just didn't have enough room to do much "serious" cooking. For me, good food makes a good camping trip.

Frustrated, I took a leap and bought a bigger "Yukon" sized 2 burner Camp Chef...Mistake. Great stove, it was just too big and too heavy for my purposes. Sadly, I returned it, but before I did I browsed through the Camp Chef catalog and lo and behold there it was...."The Weekender"...a suitcase style stove with cast iron burners with 30,000 BTU each and it looked to be built to take some abuse. I HAD TO HAVE IT! ...and thusly, the Weekender found it's way into my life and my camping meals have improved tremendously.

This stove goes with me every time we go camping...car camping with the Cub Scouts and with our pop-up camper, I even banished the stock camper stove to the attic and take the Weekender instead (you can buy and adapter hose to connect directly to your camper...Sweet!).

The Weekender puts off enough heat I was able to boil water in a 50 gallon galvanized stock tank. (Elk taxidermy project...don't ask)

If you are looking to buy, here's a couple of things to keep in mind...

1. Construction is steel and cast iron - this is not a light weight stove
2. Cast iron griddle - you probably need one...if you get one, buy a flame diffuser plate to go between the burner and the griddle to more evenly disburse the heat across the griddle. You will be happy you did.
3. Size. This stove is probably 3x larger(wider for sure and definitely taller) than a 2 burner Coleman camp stove. This stove doesn't run on the 1 lb green propane tanks.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By G. Robinson VINE VOICE on April 27, 2011
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This is a great compact stove for tailgating or if you "camp" from a prairie whale or a popup. Excellent for community events like World Tai Chi day or the club or fire department picknick.
Unlike the burners on the Camp Chef Camping Outdoor Oven with 2 Burner Camping Stove (see my review) this will boil 2 quarts of water even in adverse conditions and do it quickly. It stays lit much better than the burners on the oven particularly when on high.

The Good:
Well made given the weight constraints.
The way the wind shield wings attach is much sturdier than most.
Puts out a lot of heat, even when turned down.
The legs attach with captive machine screws easily.
Folds up securely into a compact bundle with a suitcase handle.
Low legs make it easy to use on a picnic table or tailgate.
Captive wrench on the hose for the burner attachment.
If you take the regulator and hose off it and the legs stow inside the case.

The bad:
Puts out a lot of heat, even when turned down, finer control would be good.
Uses up propane quickly--well DUH!
Low legs mean uncomfortable bending unless it is set on something.

The ugly:
Puts out a lot of heat so sitting it directly on most things or close (<8') under things is contraindicated.
Takes a while to cool enough to be closed and stowed away.
If used as an emergency device needs shelter from winds >~20kn on high Or about 10kn on low.
Needs to be well ventilated so not suitable as a heat source by its self.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 13, 2008
Very good light and powerful unit... Maybe to hot a burner but it sure does it's job... We canned Salmon in the field in Alaska..
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mom22boys VINE VOICE on August 16, 2011
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We bought the Camp Chef stove for (what else...) camping! I ordered one on another store's website and it arrived damaged, but I really wanted a table top stove that had legs and wouldn't take up my picnic table space while camping. So I took that one back and then ordered the same product from Amazon. It arrived in perfect condition.

I was surprised at first that you need a full size (16 gal) tank to run this. I was under the assumption (my own fault I am sure) that it would use those little propane bottles. But after the 2nd camping trip when we actually brought the right size tank I realized why it needed a huge tank. This stove is POWERFUL! It boiled a large stock pot of water within 10 min! I also love that when it is not in use you can close it and have additional prep space!

We also bought the Camp Chef grill box and it worked perfectly over one burner!

This stove isn't going to be only for camping. After using it I told my husband that I plan on using it on the deck at home for parties! It will help free up the kitchen!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. R. Little II on October 13, 2009
I've had this stove for over a year now and it's a champ. Much more heavy duty then a dual-fuel coleman or the like. You can actually cook on this. The burners are heavy duty and it hooks up to a standard propane tank. Great for surviving weeks without power (I live in a hurricane area) or portable enough to go camping, deer lease weekends, or tailgating if you're cooking for a crew or want to make real food.
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