GAS ONE GS-3900P Dual Fuel Propane or Butane Portable stove with Brass Burner Head, Dual Spiral Flame 15,000 BTU Gas Stove with Convenient Carrying Case Latest 2017 Model
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- 15,000BTU MOST POWERFUL STOVE IN THE MARKET - Compatible with both butane (Fuel not included) and propane fuel (Fuel not included) / Operates on a single butane cartridge 8 oz or a propane cylinder 16.4 oz (Propane adaptor hose Included) **With Propane connect the adapter hose to the stove first before connecting to the 16 oz Propane tank***
- PIEZO-ELECTRIC IGNITION - that eliminates the use for lighter/matches in order to ignite flame
- EASY TO USE - Our GS-3900P is easy to use with adjustable heat dial and piezo-electric ignition ***Great for Camping, Backpacking and Emergency Preparedness***
- SAFETY FEATURES - Built in Pressure Sensor Cartridge Ejection System and Gas Flow Cut Off Mechanism
- WINDBLOCKER - With Heavy duty Windblocker 4 corners of the burner head, It eliminates stove from turning off from the wind
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- two burner stoves, even the expensive once (over $100) are rather unpractical. Burners are too close together so mostly you can use one burner anyway. At the same time they take too much space when storing. Who needs two burners on a campground anyway? You are paying extra for the second burner that you will never use
- single burner stoves are cheap and very cheaply made. They all lack wind screen. They cannot handle weight. They are not portable enough. Often they have a burner with 2 settings - high and super high. They may be very unstable. Or all combined.
This stoves solves all the issues. With a simple additional hose I was able to connect it to a 1 gal refillable propane tank - the same hose I use for the buddy heater in my little camper. The windscreen works superbly. The flame control is pro-kitchen quality. It is lightweight but strong enough to support my very heavy cast iron wok with full of food - the wok on its own is about 14 lb. The carrying case it comes with is of a decent (but not great) quality and it has extra room to fit the hose in and the wind screen. The piezo igniter works each time.
I am very pleased with this purchase.
Stove: really excellent burner. So far I have used it only for a four day weekend camping trip.
Flame is more even and distributed than any indoor stove I have ever used. And also puts out a lot of heat, but is adjustable very nicely to low settings as well. I did not test the butane fuel option. Instead I used the Coleman type propane cylinder as a fuel source.
The stove does come with a hose that will attach to the Coleman 16 ounce propane cylinder without any additional equipment. No tools are needed to connect the propane.
Regarding propane tank life, I used up about 75% of one cylinder cooking the following: Boiled a pound of pasta. Grilled a pound of meat on the griddle. Glazed one huge chopped onion. Heated meat sauce using 2 cans of tomatoes with the meat and onions. Reheated leftovers twice. Grilled a batch of bacon once. Grilled two steaks once. So the cylinder life is pretty good. They can be found cheap (around 3.50 at time of this writing). Lighting the stove is effortless, automatic, and faster than I've seen on any indoor cooktop.
Defects of stove/carrying case:
Stove is made of relatively light gauge steel. I would not expect this to last as long as a Coleman stove, especially if stored in a humid environment or otherwise exposed to water. But I live where it is not humid so it probably won't be a problem.
The case is NOT heavy duty; if it was I would expect it to be as tough as the case you get for a cordless drill. This case is not. Treated gently, it will probably last quite a while. You can fit the propane hose inside the butane compartment if you are careful, and if there is no butane installed. The case does not fill the accessory griddle. Propane tanks sit outside of the stove; the stove does not have a bracket to hold propane tanks.
Review of the accessory griddle:
I wondered if the griddle is worth the price. I think it is, unless you are on a low budget. The nonstick coating is great, and covers the entire griddle (including the underside). It is very easy to clean, which is nice when you are camping. With one caveat: It has a drain plug (yeah, weird) and fat/juices will collect around the drain plug. You can use a penny to unscrew the plug, which is more or less necessary when cleaning, then replace the plug when cleaning is done. Also the center of the griddle is about a quarter inch higher than the edges. Weird, but it seems to work. When I grilled steaks on high temperature, I got awesome browning of the steak, better than what I get at home in a stainless steel pan. The griddle is large, and does protrude over the butane tank area. I used propane so that is not an issue. It is probably safer than using a large frying pan that goes over the butane tank area, because it is raised up on legs about 3/4 of an inch. However given the serious risk of injury due to explosion of butane tanks, I would avoid using the griddle when using butane tanks for safety reasons (OK for propane). The griddle is more or less square and 13 inches across.