Basecamp Double Burner Angle Iron Camping Stove, Black
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- 30000 BTU per hour, For use with propane gas,2 - Heavy duty 15000 BTU burners
- Length: 14.88, Width: 19.88, Weight (Lbs): 12.45
- Adjustable legs to achieve level cooking surface on uneven terrain
- Range style top to raise cooking vessel above frame improving combustion
- Durable welded frame, thicker gas manifold system, and corrosion resistant brass valves for use in the elements
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|Item Dimensions||3.54 x 19.88 x 14.88 inches|
|Shipping Weight||8.45 pounds|
Adjustable legs to achieve level cooking surface on uneven terrain. Range style top to raise cooking vessel above frame improving combustion. Durable welded frame; thicker gas manifold system and corrosion resistant brass valves for use in the elements.
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This stove is akin to using a Viking range in the Great Outdoors. The burner uses low pressure propane, not the high pressure I'm used to on the Cajun cooker. This allows for a nice wide area to operate within. I'm able to pull off anything from a gentle simmer to a full rolling boil. Plenty of heat for most normal applications, and two burners give you flexibility for meal prep. I didn't notice any horrible pressure drop when using both burners at the same time.
It's a handy size (I attached a picture for reference - please refer to the gallery on the sidebar of the product page.). It sits nice and low to the ground for safety. As long as you mind your gas lines (and it should be mentioned plainly - a gas line/regulator is NOT included here, so you'll need to pick one up that's appropriate to your situation) this is safe. Assembly took me about ten minutes and only required a Phillips screwdriver.
The instructions are a little perfunctory. There is a great amount of detail spent on the safe use/installation of the gas, but not for the actual use of the stove. So here you go: hook up your gas, place a lit match on the burner, open the main valve and then the manifold valve. There is an Oxygen mix screw on each of the burner valve stems that controls the air mix...you are aiming for pure blue flame. So no, this stove doesn't have an integrated lighter, but in fairness those are usually the first things to break anyway, so no harm no foul.
Another item that bears mentioning: the burners (not the frame) are cast iron. They are solid. They are heavy. They require you to keep some WD-40 on hand to coat them with after use. The flame will leave you with uncoated iron that *will* rust if left untreated, so do yourself a favor...after using this stove, let the thing cool down and then spray it lightly with WD-40.
This is a very nice stove, ideal for the kind of camping I've been doing lately (Boy Scouts, where we use a, well, Base Camp. Coincidence...?). It's solid, sturdy, and provided you take care of those burners will last several lifetimes.