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Stansport Two Burner Regulated Propane Stove


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  • Two 10,000 BTU burners with individual regulator control knob for each burner
  • Windshields on 3 sides
  • Nickel plated steel grid
  • Uses low cost standard propane gas cylinder (not included)
  • NOT intended for indoor use
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Fuel Type Propane Propane Dual Fuel Propane
Number of Burners Information not provided Information not provided Information not provided Information not provided
Material Steel Steel Steel Steel
Color Black Red Green Coleman Green
Length 14 inches 11.02 inches 20.13 inches 12.5 inches
Height 4.8 inches 3 inches 6.63 inches 4 inches
Width 22 inches 23.22 inches 12.88 inches 13.38 inches
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The Stansport Two-Burner Stove has a durable baked-on enamel finish, it features two burners each 10,000 BTU's and an individual regulator control knob for each burner. It has a nickel plated steel grid and windshields on three sides. The cylinder tube has an On/Off knob where it attaches to a propane gas cylinder. It uses the 16.4 oz gas cylinder (NOT INCLUDED). WARNING: ALL propane lanterns, heaters and stoves are NOT FOR INDOOR USE.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By RC Schmolka on December 21, 2012
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This stove worked ok. I use a larger (refillable) tank with it, but just wish they had designed a little better connection where the small rigid fuel line connects to the main body of the stove. I don't trust just tightening it to "finger tight", and use a little bit of plier pressure. Being that I usually use this in an inclosed boat, a tight connection is critical. Like I said, an ok unit for what you pay for it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Holick on February 19, 2011
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A coleman grill... it is not!... LOL! But for the buck its quite adequate if you don't beat on your equipment. If you are heating a small container or peculator be careful it doesn't loose balance on the odd shaped grill. A little bit of a pain to clean and I wish the propane canister had a little more support to it then just the gas tube. But you get what you pay for and it does me just fine!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Trent on April 8, 2013
I don't know if everyone of these stoves are like this but flip it over and take a look at the bottom. Look where the small copper tube that supplies propane to the stove connects to the hexagon bolt. The tube on my stove came wrapped completely around that bolt, so the solder connection was facing the back of the stove. With that tight bend on the copper, and with copper being a soft metal it was only a matter of time before it developed a leak (about two years with light use) when I flipped it over the design flaw was obvious. If your stove is this keep shopping.
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