Hillary Deluxe 2 Burner Propane Stove
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SEARS DELUXE PORTABLE 2 BURNER CAMP COOKING EMERGENCY PROPANE STOVE HILLARY MODEL 201727540. Preowned. Lightly used. MSRP $120.
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This is a well thought out design and is heavy duty throughout. Our next meal, we will try pressure cooking a whole chicken with the StoveTec, and report back on how it works out.
To use this stove all you need to do is have wood to keep it going. I've heard of some people using charcoal to keep it going but for us, when we are in the woods there is plenty of wood. Sticks, twigs, bark and things of that nature works great. As long as you keep feeding it you will have heat and flame. We use a cast iron pan to cook over top but you could use almost anything. The stove cooks food quickly and evenly. Cooking over an open fire you are always guessing as to how much heat to have.
I'm thinking of trying out the one door deluxe model next. Buy it. Great product.
Easy to set-up and prepare for use.
Used one match and a couple of pieces of paper to start and then moved on to small finger-sized wood. As a test I placed a 3lb coffee can of cold tap water on the stove and started a timer. I continually monitored the stove and kept the wood pushed into the burn chamber. At any one time there were 4 or 5 finger thumb-sized sticks in the burn chamber. The wood supply burns fairly fast and does need to be monitored in order to keep the stove 'at speed'.
After about 10 minutes I started checking the water temperature and at 16 minutes the water was over 170F; water paturizes at ~166F (as I recall), so I feel like this was a good test.
A couple of observations -
(1) have a supply of fuel ready; if you have to leave the stove for much of a period of time to collect fuel, you will lengthen the cook time.
(2) I burned the stove for about 25 minutes total and only at the end of that time did the exterior of the stove become hot to the touch.
Overall I consider it a good investment and look forward to using it.
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convenient, cost effective well made,heavy duty