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Hillary Deluxe 2 Burner Propane Stove

by Sears

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds
  • ASIN: B0084I60J0
  • Item model number: D6M72754
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,641 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

SEARS DELUXE PORTABLE 2 BURNER CAMP COOKING EMERGENCY PROPANE STOVE HILLARY MODEL 201727540. Preowned. Lightly used. MSRP $120.

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Easy to set-up and prepare for use.
JD
Once you get a good fire kindled it will burn as long as you want it to...heat and flames licking your pots.
Dave
I gathered enough just walking around the house.
devveldogg

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Stacey on June 15, 2012
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Recieved our StoveTec Deluxe today and cooked supper with it tonight. We whipped up a single pot supper of pasta, rice, and chicken in about the same amount of time the electric range takes. Set up of the stove is easy; it's pretty much ready to go right out of the box and the operating instructions are clear and concise. Lighting off the stove was accomplished with some birch bark and a handfull of twigs. After that, it was just a matter of feeding larger sticks to keep the fire going strong.

This is a well thought out design and is heavy duty throughout. Our next meal, we will try pressure cooking a whole chicken with the StoveTec, and report back on how it works out.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By John and Becky on September 17, 2012
We recently bought the Stovetec Deluxe lined 2 door rocket stove after seeing several demonstrations of it on "YouTube". We bought it to use as a camping stove and as an emergency stove to use if utilities were lost due to a calamity. It's easy to light, uses next to nothing in the way of fuel, can boil water faster than our electric stove, but you can reduce the heat down to a simmer. It's fun to use, even just messing around in the backyard. It will be our main stove from now on when camping. It burns twigs and small branches you pickup off the ground. Or you can split and burn such things as old 2x4's, old fence planks, or in an emergency, planks right off your fence which could be replaced later. We also bought the carrying case, which is extremely well made and can be used as a water bucket and food warmer. We like ours so well we bought one for our son and plan on buying a second for ourselves to cook more than one item at a time. We highly recommend these stoves. We also bought their water pasteurizer to ensure our water is fit for drinking in an emergency where the city water might have become compromised. We also plan on using it to pasteurize river water while camping.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Frog Prince on October 27, 2012
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This is an excellent "pepper" stove as it will burn anything ... paper, cardboard, leaves, trigs, limbs, lumber. It is compact and well built. I cooked a pot of bean chili the weekend after it was received which came out great. The metal skirt, which can be used with pots to retain heat, did not fit my 12 inch dutch oven as the 12 inch DO over hangs the side of the stove. Next time I'll use my smaller dutch oven. With the "Frankenstorm" approaching the east coast this weekend, I am glad I have this stove...just in case!
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Lurchie on May 29, 2013
After seeing a number of You Tube videos and reading numerous reviews of the Stove Tec stoves, I finally decided to try one out - I'm a sucker for cool tech, especially when it's a simple and elegant design. I have several "rocket" type camping stoves and have experimented with building a basic stove out of bricks. I'm not sure if I bought the Stove Tec stove with the intent of using it as a barbecue, emergency stove, or just because I was intrigued by the novelty of it. I think it was the novelty of it. I cranked up the stove a few days ago and here are my impressions:
Pros:
Burns efficiently - I boiled a pan of water in about 5 minutes, and cooked up a mess of hot dogs on a circular grill right over the flames.
Very little waste - several hours of burning wood in kindling sized chunks resulted in a remarkably small pile of ash (I'd estimate less than a cup)
Burns any kind of combustable biomass (Sticks, grass, dung, pinecones, etc) so there's no need to purchase or transport fuel.

Cons:
This bad boy is HEAVY. It's steel encapsulated ceramics. . . what do I expect?! It tips the scales at 28 lbs, which while making it portable, rules it out of any sort of camping other than car camping. I'd say it's even too heavy to make it worth taking along for tailgating - you could bring a portable gas grill that has a more controllable cook flame and weighs 1/2 to 1/3 as much.
You have to keep it from getting wet - the instructions are pretty explicit about this. I'm not sure if this is to protect the cast iron pot cover, the steel sheathing, or the ceramic insert, but it's mentioned several times. This means you can't leave it out in the elements, and you'll have to be extra careful when camping or tailgating.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mark Price on January 13, 2013
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This will boil a large pot of water in about 10 minutes. Took me a couple of times to learn how to start and maintain temp. It's a little messy but I've learned how to keep the ashes down to a minimum now. You can boil water and cook with just debris from your yard. It's a lot of fun too. Looking forward to taking this camping so I can test out my ability to not use any propane or gas. Currently building a small bug-out trailer for camping and emergencies and this little gem is part of the gear now. It will fit in a tall 5 gallon bucket for secure storage. It soots the pots and pans so just use dedicated pans on it. Made a few trips to goodwill and a thrift store for pots and pans. Found everything I needed for under $20. It needs to be protected from moisture during storage but I've used it in in the rain and snow just fine. Next step is to learn how to use charcoal.

I'm thinking of trying out the one door deluxe model next. Buy it. Great product.
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