Stansport Outfitter Series 50,000 BTU Output Propane Stove
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- Two-burner, stainless-steel propane camp stove with Piezo igniter for match-free lighting
- 50,000-BTU output (25,000 BTUs per burner); control valves for heat regulation; high altitude pressure regulator
- Oversized steel frame; stainless top and windscreens; stainless steel drip pan
- Extra heavy-duty cooking grate supports heavy pots; operates with a 16.4-ounce propane gas cylinder (sold separately)
- One-year warranty against manufacturer defects
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Stansport Outfitter Series Propane Stove
One of the toughest folding camp stoves with high output burners that you will ever find! Each burner has it's own windscreen, focusing 25,000 BTUs per burner directly at the pot, pan, or skillet. Handle all your cooking needs with one stove, big enough and strong enough to handle 2 full size pots or pans. Piezo ignition makes having to dig around looking for a lighting source a thing of the past. And when you're all done, the stainless steel drip tray makes cleanup a breeze.
Two 25,000 BTU burners
Each burner has it's own windscreen, focusing 25,000 BTUs per burner directly at the pot, pan, or skillet.
Piezo electric ignition
Piezo ignition makes having to dig around looking for a lighting source a thing of the past.
Stainless steel drip tray
Our stainless steel drip tray makes cleaning a breeze.
Oversized steel frame
Oversized steel frame helps support heavy pots and pans.
|Single Burner Propane Stove||Single Burner Propane Stove||Portable Outdoor Butane Stove||High Output Propane Stove||3-Burner Propane Stove||Stainless Steel Stove with Stand|
|Ideal For||Camping and Backpacking||Camping and Backpacking||Camping and tailgating||Camping and tailgating||Camping and tailgating||Camping and tailgating|
|Burners||1||1||1||1 + grill||3||2|
Outfitter Series Propane Stove with 50K B.T.U. Output, Each oversized stainless steel burner produces 25,000 B.T.U.'s, Each burner has its own wind screen for maximum heating, Extra heavy duty cooking grate easily supports the heaviest pots, Piezo electronic ignition requires no matches, Oversized steel frame with stainless top and windscreens for durability, New control valves for maximum heat regulation, High altitude pressure regulator, Stainless steel drip pan.
The Outfitter Series Propane Stove from Stansport provides two oversized stainless steel burners that each produce 25,000 BTUs for fast and efficient cooking. Thanks to a Piezo igniter, the stove can be lit without matches and pumping, and the control valves allow you to regulate the heat flow. Designed for use with any-sized pot, the stove is equipped with a heavy-duty grate. Each burner is has its own windscreen to reduce heat loss and a stainless steel drip pan below the burners makes clean up easier. The stove operates with a 16.4-ounce propane gas cylinder (sold separately).
- Two oversized 50K burners
- Operates on a 16.4-ounce propane gas cylinder (sold separately)
- 25,000 BTU per burner
- Piezo match-free electronic ignition
- Oversized steel frame
- Stainless top and windscreens
- Stainless steel burner construction
- Stainless steel drip pan
- Control valves for heat regulation
- High altitude pressure regulator
- Heavy-duty cooking grate
- Not intended for indoor use
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Since my initial review, I purchased a 10 lb. propane tank and a converter hose to eliminate the use of the green bottle propane. This set-up worked really well and allowed me cook many meals without worrying about running out of gas.
This stove has great functionality but its quality is less than ideal.
- TWO 25K BTU burners that can boil 2 quarts of water in only a few minutes.
- Heavy duty grate that can support a large cast iron pan.
- 1 click piezo ignitor that works every time. It was a little hard to twist but it lit everytime!
- Great flame control for simmering. I used low heat and the flame never died down.
- The width of the stove can fit 10" & 14" pots or pans side by side. In a pinch, you can even flip down the side wings to accommodate large pots.
- Since the product pictures were taken, there are no longer openings in the drip tray so cleaning is ultra easy. After pan-searing 10 chicken thighs, it only took me 1 wet wipe to clean off the grease and marinade drips. It is easier to clean than my stove at home!
- Top of the case is made with very thin metal. It easily flexes and one side is slightly higher than the other.
- The grate rocks a bit unless you put heavy pots on top. It is so heavy duty that I cannot even bend it back to shape with a heavy cast iron skillet.
- The burners are about 4.5" in diameter. As such, my 3.5" diameter backpacking cup did not boil since the flame is larger than the cup. Be sure to use a pot/pan with a larger size bottom to take advantage of the large burners.
I pan-fried 10 chicken thighs, boiled 20 oz water for tea and then another 2 quarts of water to loosen the stuck-on pan grease from the pan. These tasks used up 1/5 of a 1 lb. can of propane. It's good to know that I can cook 4 - 5 meals on one can. If you want to monitor your propane usage, just weigh it before and after use to calculate the difference between the two weights and then divide the original weight into it to get the percentage used. This method is much easier than buying a gauge that may or may not accurately measure the gas pressure (amount left).
GREAT COOKSET TO GO WITH THIS STOVE
Amazon is offering a 20 off a 100 purchase of Stansport products so I also bought the 7 piece Stansport Stainless Family Cookset. This cookset is AWESOME. The stainless steel is thick and very comparable to my Cuisinart set. If only the stove is of this quality. See my review on the cookset page for details.
Although I still don't like the quality of this stove, I do love its flawless functionality. Based on my research, other competing products, Camp Chef Everest (over 100) and Coleman Triton (48 but only 10k BTU) are of similar quality. With the 20 Amazon discount and the great functionality, I am keeping this stove since I can't get a better stove at this price.
First, it is what it is: A made in China, built to last 5 years, maybe 8 if you baby it, thinly materialed, consumable product. *Sigh* This is NOT your grandaddy's Coleman that, with a couple of new "o" rings now and again, would light up and work for another 30 years. In fact, I almost bought an old-school Coleman from Ebay instead of this product, but knew this product--though made to die in a few years--would be more convenient because of the high BTU's and the easy lighter and the fact that both burners light independently and adjust easily.
So, as soon as you accept that it is not built to last--and few things are--you can appreciate it for what it is:
A fairly low-priced option that can truly pump out HIGH btu's while still be turned down enough to sensitively cook omelets. It's easy to start, adjusts well, and wide enough to fit two pretty big pans. Good for a family camping trip.
We used it for 4 - 6 camping trips so far, and everything has held up, though I already notice some warping with the material. I am hoping to get five years out of it, like I said.
So, if I could find this product (and make sure it really is the one with the front lighter and not the cheaper version) for under $100 on sale, I would get it, and appreciate it for what is--cheaply built, but convenient and effective for a few years.
Stove arrived with no damage and in good shape and when I fired it up for it's first run it cooked like I was cooking on the sun itself! The burners put out tons of heat and it was great. After about the 3rd trip I noticed that the right burner knob was becoming increasingly difficult to turn and was becoming a little "springy" meaning when I would turn the knob one way it would partially spring back the opposite direction. I would have to turn it back several times to get it to stay. After about he 4th trip the rotary igniter became difficult to turn and on the last trip it actually broke off in my hand while trying to light the stove. Fortunately I had a lighter and was able to keep going. What I noticed, and this goes back to build quality, was that the shaft for the igniter was plastic and just was not up to the strain of the stiff rotary action. I have not used the stove since the last use but the right burner knob has become very stiff and I fear it too will break off if I keep using it. My guess is that there is an O-ring inside the valve that is defective and or become twisted in the valve itself.
The stove was out of warranty so I figured I would just fix it myself and being the mechanical type I figured it couldn't be too difficult. I originally contacted Stansport and spoke with Nicole Perez in customer service. Nicole was very polite and listened as I explained what happened. She then said what I already knew, that the stove was out of warranty, but if I sent in my receipt she would see what she could do. So I sent in my receipt and some photos of the stove several days later and waited.....and waited...and waited.
It was December so I figured maybe they were busy with the holidays. Then work got busy for me and I had to move and just didn't have time to follow-up. So here it is April, over 4 months after my initial contact. I contacted Stansport again and was directed Nicole who amazingly still worked there. I explained the situation and that I had not heard back from her after sending in the documentation and photos. I even gave her the date of when I sent the email. She looked and could not find anything so she told me she would look in her "Spam" folder and sure enough there it was. Why was it in the "spam" folder?? I don't have a business name as my email and it isn't porn related so that begs the question as to how many other customers emails have gone to the "spam can". I could rant but it would not do any good.
After Nicole found my emails she said she would speak with the appropriate people and see what they could do. A few days later I received an email from Nicole stating that her supervisor informed her that Stansport would not replace the unit under warranty.....Which wasn't what I was asking for in the first place. Additionally Stansport does not sell replacement parts, (means made in China probably) but they might be able to offer me a discount on a replacement stove.
I thanked Nicole for her help and politely declined.
I have always done my best to take good care of my possessions. Camping is not a delicate activity and one would think that camping gear should be somewhat rugged and able to withstand the normal dirt, temperature changes, and slight jostling and bumping. I'm not talking about using the stove in a rugby match.....just normal average person camping. If you are a name brand then expect that things may break or wear out and may need to have certain parts replaced. It's the nature of camping.
Unfortunately todays manufacturers make products overseas and make them cheap so that it is better to replace the item than repair it or stock parts. It's cheaper and more cost effective for the seller, but the consumer is the one who pays for it in the end. Personally, I would pay more money for a better product that lasts and is serviceable.
As good as this stove cooks, I cannot recommend this stove and I am suspect of their other stoves.
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I'm already shopping for something better and I'm certain it'll be an easy search.
Just test frying a steak on a griddle, it just works like a charm. Searing is just perfect! Cooking outdoor just like a breeze.