- Product Dimensions: 11 x 18 x 12 inches ; 9 pounds
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- ASIN: B0051DVJ5G
- Item model number: 14214
- Average Customer Review: 164 customer reviews
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Texsport Rainier Compact Dual Burner Propane Stove
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- Full rear and side wind screens
- Baked enamel finish on heavy-gauge steel
- Chrome plated grid
- Two adjustable anti-clog burners provide up to 10,000 BTUs each
- Metal socket injector valve fits either 16.4 oz or 14.1 oz disposable propane cylinder (not included)
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 18 x 11 inches|
|Item Display Weight||9 pounds|
|Item Weight||9 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||7.95 pounds|
|Size||11" L x 12" H x 18" W|
Fire up the Texsport Rainier Compact Dual Burner Propane Stove to make delicious meals in the great outdoors.Weight: 8 lbs..
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So going to this Texsport, I bought it for my friend that was going camping for her 1st time and it was her birthday. I did not want to spend more than 50 on her birthday present and at the time I bought it was like $35 that was a 1 year ago. I was shocked when I saw it working of how good the flow of flame would come out without the problem I have with mine. I know that with all these camping stoves you either have good luck or bad luck. You either get a defective stove or a good working one. For what I saw this one worked like a charm. You cannot beat the price of the other stoves that run near $100.
What I like:
Even flame output
What I dislike:
Quality is very cheap.
Paint has already begun to rub off.
All four legs don't sit evenly with the ground so it has a tendancy to rock back and forth.
The underside is exposed
The brass fitting to the tank adapter seems like it will snap off at some point because of the poor welds.
Works with my mini 10 lb propane tank
The grill has begun to discolor and metal is flaking off after only the first use.
In a nut shell, this is poorly made but functional. For the price I think I will hold onto it till it dies, hopefully that wont be soon. I wanted the Camp Chef but didn't want to spend the extra dough. Time will tell if I should have. I will update my review if I have more issues.
Bought a Coghlan's griddle off Amazon which fits perfectly. Cooked three ribeyes on it while in the middle of nowhere.
Burners are close together, an 8" pan and 6" pot are very cozy.
No handle anywhere.
Propane stem attachment HAS to come off every time and there is no where to store it. So it goes in a Glad bag and gets "fitted" into the stove area.
I opened the box, assembled and had it burning in about 2 minutes. It boiled 1 1/2 cups of water in about a minute and a half. I was able to adjust the flame low enough to maintain "simmer" without the flame blowing out.
If you are capable of opening a latch, screwing the bottle on and attaching the fuel line, then lighting the burner...you'll have a hot meal ready in no time. If not..... consider bringing sandwiches on your next camping trip!!
I almost sent them back as soon as I opened them. They are cheaply made. I know it's a cheap stove, but there are things falling off of these that shouldn't happen at this price point. As mentioned over and over in the negative reviews, the feet fall off immediately...and they may not snap back into place...mine didn't. You will have to glue them somehow. Worst of all, I don't think the lid hinge rivets will hold up long...they are really flimsy.
But...before I decided before I sent them back to give them a trial run out on the deck, just in case they had amazing burners or something. Well, they actually did. I've used too many stoves to remember and the biggest problem with any camp stove is the low flame setting...it's very rare to have a stove with burners that will do much of anything reliable except on wide open burn. I tried both stoves with both burners going on low first and they stayed lit and all were very consistent on super low blue flame....pretty rare. Then I cranked them wide open with water pots and they brought the water to a boil as quick as most stoves, generally. Then I lowered all settings again to just before blow-out, and they just sat there burning....all the same with a blue flame and no flicker. I will keep them just because of that. Just realize you are getting a cheaply made stove with good burners and that you'll have to be really careful not to abuse it.
If they fall apart this weekend I'll edit the review, but the trial run was great. That low flame is going to come in handy with omelet cooking.