- Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 4.4 x 11.2 inches ; 3.1 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B00BS4RP7S
- Item model number: GS-3000
- Average Customer Review: 313 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,278 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
GAS ONE GS-3000 Portable Gas Stove with Carrying Case, 9,000 BTU, CSA Approved, Black
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- CSA (US & Canadian Standards Association) Approved
- Fuel Type: 8 oz. Butane canister. Portable, Easy to use, reliable for camping or home emergency kit
- Piezo type electric starter with safety shut off system; No matches or lighters required
- Comes with black carrying case in 'Color Box' (Complete with user manual)
- Heat Output: Up to 9,000 BTU/Hr.
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|Item Dimensions||11.2 x 4.4 x 13.5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||3.1 pounds|
|Item Weight||3.1 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||4.4 pounds|
|Size||11.2" H x 4.4" W x 13.5" L|
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1) Remove unit from plastic hard case
2) Turn burner top over and place on top of base
3) Open fuel storage cover
4) Insert fuel canister (we used GasOne Butane Fuel Canister (12 Pack)) so stove sensor stud fits in "collar notch" (easier than it sounds, see my pictures in "Customer Images)
5) Press down the "Lock" lever
6) To turn on the stove, turn the temperature dial all the way counter-clockwise and it will self ignite
+ Good Quality; mostly metal construction
+ Lightweight; weighs only a few pounds
+ Easy Setup; literally took less than a minute from opening the case to when I ignited the burner
+ Hot; the butane seems to burn much hotter than the Sterno heaters I used in the past
+ Sturdy; once setup, different sized pots and pans will fit onto the graduated burner top
- Case is a little flimsy, but it is functional
We like this so much that I will likely pick up another one for camping use.
At the second tailgate outing I placed it on a small aluminum table about 16" x 16" by 16" high and cooked on it for over 30 minutes using a 12" fry pan. When the food was done, I fortunately cut off the flame and began serving from the pan still sitting on the burner. Suddenly the butane tank exploded (no flame) blowing the grill into many pieces and the tank into two pieces. The exploding tank shot out of the grill hitting my knee and eventually landed 30' away. Some of the grill parts were found over 100' away. Within several seconds after the shock of the explosion we realized a lady a few feet behind me had been hit in the face/head by one of the exploding parts. Fortunately she was wearing sun glasses. The part grazed her cheek, made a vertical scratch across her glasses lens and made a 3" long cut to her forehead and scalp. The sunglasses saved her eye. She was taken by ambulance to the hospital for X-rays and stitches. The city and campus police, plus the fire marshal investigated for over an hour. After reading the operating instructions and examining the damaged parts, the fire marshal determined that I had operated the grill properly per the instructions and had done nothing wrong. He bagged up the parts and said that he would be filing a report on the manufacturer.
The lady that was injured considered legal action but was very grateful no one else was injured and left it at that. I imagine bringing legal action against a product made in China would be difficult.
It was a very shocking event for everyone. There were a dozens of people within range of the explosion and four people standing within 5' at the time. Amazingly and luckily no one else was injured. My knee/shin had a nasty bruise, shaped like the round end of the canister, for 10 days. Amazon refunded my money on the grill and gave me a gift credit. It still didn't take away the anguish that my grill hurt someone else and could easily have caused serious injuries or worse, to others around me. If you buy this product use at your own risk and don't subject others to injury. I also have 6 full butane tanks I don't know what to do with.
The first thing worth noting is that the fuel cans are very inexpensive! If you are used to iso-propane or propane you will be surprised! I purchased some Gas One cartridges at a sporting goods store for about two-bucks a piece. They also have these at restaurant supply places. I think you can get them on prime for a decent price as well.
Next, this stove is much, much easier to "load" and use than a propane stove. If you have ever struggled with the threads on a can of propane you will really appreciate this. There are a ton of YouTube reviews on this type of stove that show how easy it is to load the butane cartridge and get it lit.
So far, I have cooked two slices of bacon and scrambled two eggs using a cast iron skillet (the stove easily handled a 10" pan). This used about 31g (1-1/8 oz.) of fuel from a 227g (8 oz.) cartridge. I played around with the flame adjustment a bit and probably could have used less fuel. Your mileage may vary.
Finally I want to add that I used it indoors with no ill effects to the counter-top. While the instructions say you should only use it indoors in a restaurant setting, I found that I can use it indoors without any trouble.