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Texsport Rainier Compact Dual Burner Propane Stove


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  • Full rear and side wind screens
  • Baked enamel finish on heavy-gauge steel
  • Chrome plated grid
  • Two adjustable anti-clog burners provide up to 10,000 BTUs each
  • Metal socket injector valve fits either 16.4 oz or 14.1 oz disposable propane cylinder (not included)
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Product Description

Fire up the Texsport Rainier Compact Dual Burner Propane Stove to make delicious meals in the great outdoors.Weight: 8 lbs..

Product Details

Color: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 18 x 12 inches ; 7.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0051DVJ5G
  • Item model number: 14214
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,664 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It is made very well and works beautifully.
Camille Spaulding
This was what I was looking for and priced within my budget.
GeoP
Good heat control from low simmer to full flame.
sixtharmy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By BiggO on May 20, 2012
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
This grill is one of the best I have used and owned. We have used it multiple times camping already and it works with regular small propane bottles and with a converter hose and our 20lb tank as well. It burns evenly, and the control knobs work very well with no slack to them at all.
The wind screen sides and back lock well together as well allowing a great wind block when needed. This grill doesnt burn through the propane like I thought it would either, which is another bonus.
The construction on this grill is very well made and should last several years of camping abuse from our family!
I wish it would have came with a carry case, but it's in a plastic tote with other camp cooking items so no worries so far.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Misti Klein on September 9, 2012
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
I purchased this propane stove several months ago and have been camping with it 4 times. I wanted to give it a proper work-out before giving a review. It is easy to set up and easy to use. While it doesn't have an electric igniter, the pan rack is tall enough that slipping a long-nozzle lighter under it is super easy. It stays lit, even in heavy wind. The burners are completely heat adjustable. Many of these portable stoves have two settings: off and full-blast. This one really goes up and down in tiny degrees, so you can adjust from very low (warm) to high. I managed to boil a large pan of water in less than five minutes!! I am VERY happy with the quality and the price!
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By gloaming on April 28, 2012
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
I've used the similar (and pricier) Coleman stove for many, many years. Sadly, it was stolen recently and I didn't have the cash to buy another. I was pleasantly surprised to see this one on the market and decided to give it a whirl.

My folks and teen son set it up without me, and although they needed assistance setting up the wind shield, it was very easy. Just a couple minutes later we were cooking vegan hotdogs on one of the burners. 8)

The only thing I didn't like about it is how difficult it is to light one burner after you already have the other going. We had to take down one side of the wind shield and it was still rather toasty on our fingers. Be very careful, or just light both burners at the same time.

I can tell this sturdy stove is going to be a staple on our car-camping expeditions for years to come.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amerit on February 8, 2013
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
Length: 2:21 Mins
Received this item about five weeks after order on 1.4.13 for $39.99, and received after a long wait on 2.07.13 due to supply shortage.

On removal from printed box, first thing that happened: a supporting foot fell off - no serious problem since a black plastic snap-on binderclip holding onto sharp metal edge, so I squeezed it back on, and maybe later will glue all four in place against loss.

Next noticed paint chipped off at corner shoulders revealing bare grey metal - no serious problem since I can touch it up with some black spray left over from a gate painting job.

Opened the lid and next noticed lid will not stand or stay up unless side wings attached. These two wind vents take some doing to get them held up onto sprockets, since when one hooked the other slips out.

Next noticed a serious looking brass pipe in a sealed plastic bag under cooking rack - pulled it out, which meant I had to pull grille out of its holes, then had struggle getting steel prongs back in - solution, bend rack up slightly across middle. Then thought what a good idea rack does pull out to allow for cleaning flat surface around burners where food will spill and stick. That brass rod joins propane tank to burner, though took me a while to figure out how to connect these three items - since in Manual nowhere did I find instructions or mention of this connector. I read Manual before setting up and understood that tank attaches directly to stove - yet when I vigorously tried, this method failed, since tank lip needed an additional fraction of an inch cut out of metal opening to fit through to an awaiting spigot.
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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Ping T. Fok on October 20, 2012
Color Name: Red
I bought this stove for emergency use. Well, I have an emergency. the kitchen is being remodeled and it is going on to the fifth week. Now I have a chance to use this stove for real and I have to say, it is a thumbs down from me.

Let me list some pros and cons and I will summarize my experience.

Pros:
The wind breaker is definitely a pro. However, since I am doing all the cooking in the garage, that doesn't matter.

Two stove heads do come in handy when you want to speed up thing. I like that.

Wide space for two 10" pots. Love that.

Love the latch. I know it will rust over time but for now it is a good feature.

Cons:
The flame on one of the burner is not even. And it burns yellow instead of blue. That means it will blacken the pot quickly.

No electric start. I didn't think that was a big deal until I have to find a lighter to start the stove. It's just a convenience issue.

The gas adjustment knob is not smooth at all. it wiggles and does not hold it position. So when you turn to low flame, it will "bounce" itself to a higher level of flame. You can never get a flame at the lowest setting. That really sucks.

No carrying handle. Need one.

the grill that the pots sit on begins to peel after the first use because the heat is too hot for it. it glow red hot during cooking. not good.

Overall, the stove works as a stove, meaning it creates heat for cooking. But the quality of flame is not good at all, at least for one of the burner.

I would not recommend it.
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