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Camp Chef Outdoor Camp Oven
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- Matchless Ignition - use 1lb propane tank - can be adapted to use 20lb tank
- Stainless steel construction - 7,500 BTU's per burner, Oven 3,000 BTU's
- Nonstick enamel cooking surface - Top oven heat: 400 degrees
- Oven thermometer and two oven racks
- Inside Oven dimensions W 16" x H 8.5" x L 10 - weight 35 lbs
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Don''t let its compact size fool you. Perfect for muffins, cookies, casseroles, and Dutch oven dishes
Take this all-in-one stove on your next trip
The camp oven is so efficient and well insulated that it allows you to bake more with less fuel. This insulation allows the oven to heat up much faster and retain the heat. In order for it to be held to camping regulations, it had to have a manual temperature control instead of an automatic temperature control, like your home oven. For best results do not pre-heat the oven like you would in your home oven. Simply light the oven, then put the food in, and monitor the temperature. If the temp rises to high, simply crack the door to release some of the heat.
- Inside oven dimensions: 11 inch L x 16 inch W x 9 inch H
- Top oven heat 400ºF
- Range dimensions: 17 x 9.5 inches
- Full dimensions: 12.5 inch L x 21 inch W x 18 inch H
- Weight: 32 lbs.
Camp Chef: The Way to Cook Outdoors
Outdoor Oven with 2 Burner Camping Stove
Food is one of the great things about camping. When you’re camping with the Outdoor Camp Oven you can prepare delicious homemade meals without leaving the campsite. This oven unlocks all the cooking capabilities of a home oven and range. Designed to be both portable and versatile, the Outdoor Camp Oven will provide you with the heat necessary to cook anything from a breakfast skillet to your favorite baked breads and cookies. The oven can reach temperatures up to 400° F and will easily fit a 9 x 13 pan so you can carry out all of your baking needs. Fueled by a 1 pound propane bottle, this oven will hold a temperature of up 350° F for up to 7 hours making it great for emergency preparedness.
- Two 7,500 BTU brass range burners
- Oven power: 3,000 BTU (up to 400ºF)
- Fully adjustable heat-control dials
- Matchless ignition
- Built-in oven heat gauge
- Removable oven racks
- Nonstick enamel cooking surface
- Stainless steel construction
- Insulated, efficient oven box
- Folding lid provides a three-sided windscreen
- Oven fits 9 x 13 inch pan inside
- Convenient carry handles
- Powered with 1lb propane can or adapt for bulk tank
DECENT FEATURES of the Camp Chef Outdoor Camp Oven Two 7,500 BTU brass range burners Oven output: 3,000 BTU (heats up to 400° F) Insulated, efficient oven box and 2 oven racks Matchless ignition Stainless steel body Built-in oven temperature gauge Oven fits 9 x 13 pan inside Powered by a disposable 1 lb propane bottle, can be adapted for use with standard bulk tanks Ready to cook out of the box The SPECS Box Dimension: (L x W x H): 24.5 x 16 x 21" Box Weight: 37 lbs
Color: Black/Silver | Size: 31" H x 24" W x 18" L
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Remember to check under the lift-up spill guard oven bottom before using. Our instruction manual slid under there during shipping and [cough-cough] someone turned it on and burned it slightly upon first use. It probably says not to do that in the instruction manual, but it wasn't visible at the time. We were unable to find the booklet until we noticed the smell and smoke from it burning. Camp Chef sent us a new manual.
This oven/cooktop was the bomb. I made 3 pies (two peach, one blueberry), using the Pillsbury refrigerator crust, puff pastry (topped with Newfoundland snow crab), two batches of biscuits, baked haddock, countless pots of pour over coffee, one successful latte two unsuccessful lattes, a giant pot of steamers, reheated clam chowder, melted 3 sticks of butter, popcorn in a big pot, cookies, you get the idea
we went through 4-5 pounds of propane.
easy lighting for the oven and the burners
even temperature, i turned things in the oven a few times
pretty good temperature control; one person suggested checking every 15 minutes I agree
easy to clean
nice baffle for the burners
good height to go on the camping kitchen
sturdy with a good carrying case (bought separately)
it uses 1 lb canisters
the less good:
large burner surface, I had to get a grate to use my camping espresso/latte
with high winds and low temps the oven struggles to keep up, i plan to make a blanket for it
it takes up space during packing, we RV camp so we have it
the burners are only 7500 BTU, we struggled with a big pot of steamers (it was chilly out). a large square pan to use both burners would help
overall, if you're on the fence- just get it. you won't be sorry
I bought this oven based on the great reviews and because, for car-camping, it seemed like a well rounded solution, with the oven being a huge plus that increases the options at the dinner table. The weight and bulk I can deal with if I'm driving up to a campsite.
I tested this oven last night on a 10C / 50F windy night as we were stargazing the geminids meteor shower. I put in the oven a pizza, and started boiling water for hot dogs. I later added a small iron skillet with provolone cheese.
The first I noticed was the flames were mild--expected considering all burners were on; but even turning the range off did not seem to affect oven temperature much. The gas line started icing (also expected, especially with the higher gas flow from all burners on). I must have waited no less than 20 minutes and (a) the watter hadn't boiled, (b) the cheese pizza hadn't melted (oven hit max at just about 150F) and the skilles was barely making the cheese sizzle. All this on a Benzomatic canister of propane.
Granted, it was a cold night. There was wind. There was a lot of heat loss and inefficiencies (ex: I did not put a lid on the pot of water). But still: I happened to have mi minimalist "MSR PocketRocket 2". I thought it didn't stand a chance as I had no windscreens. I put the (now 120F) pot of water on the MSR stove and it probably boiled in about 30 seconds. I followed with the iron skillet, and managed to overburn my provolone from just 20 seconds on the MSR stove. The pizza I could not fix with the MSR gas stove, but thankfully the campsite had a nice grill next to the wood fire I had started, and I was able to quickly (2 minutes) bring the pizzas to a toasted crunch and (by placing an aluminum pan up-side-down) also melt the cheese quite evenly.
In addition to this, the oven burners frequently "popped" and puffed out--they were not in direct reach of the wind, which was blowing from behind the oven's windscreen (which was up). There is a heat buffer zone between the range and the oven with an opening on the back side of the oven: my only thought is that wind coming in through that opening somehow managed to blow out the flame.
In any case, the oven amounted to a pricey food warmer. The thermometer in the oven never made past about 200F, and the range really lacked some BTU power.
I really hoped to like this more. I'll continue to use and test as I am way past my product return window. But I do feel a little let down. I also hurt myself disconnecting the gas line from the propane tank, as the line was quite pressurized and blew my bronze canister adapter cutting my hand. I did not find a clear way of depressurizing the high pressure side of the line (upstream from the regulator) and gas fizzled out for about 10 seconds, which kind of puzzled me.
The quality is otherwise superb: hefty, good craftmanship, etc. I would definitely by "for the looks" if I had to make a choice without testing it. But overall, I think when I weigh in practicality of hauling this vs. the heat it delivers, I would not recommend.
Bought this little oven assuming it’d do a few things for us until we got a bigger one
That was five years ago
It does everything
Yes, we use it inside
No, we’re not idiots (we apply thought and careful consideration when dealing with propane)
Anyhoot, this is one of the top ten items for our off grid needs
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What was really disappointing is that even though I tried to contact Amazon ( the seller) several times I haven't receive any answer from them. Does anybody have a suggestion on how to preceed? I know I could buy small oven thermommeter to solve the issue myself but it is irritating to spend this amount of money and receive such a poor customers service.
Bought it at a discount as used. It came with a few minor flaws on the top lid.
We use it all the time. It fits a 9x13 pan, or a small cookie sheet for cooking in the oven.
We use a large cast pan on tbe top burners with no issues.
It does take a few minutes for the oven to warm up and tends to run a bit hot but we still love it.
We purchased in time for a week of camping. It works amazing. We purchased a cast iron griddle separately for the top burners for breakfast foods.
Merci Claude Chartier
Also great fro canning.