Camp Chef Everest High-Output 2-Burner Stove

Priced: $120.84 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
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Camp Chef Everest High-Output 2-Burner Stove -
You may have pulled into campground pretty far behind schedule, but dinner won't be late when you have the Everest High-Output Two-Burner Stove at your disposal. This lightweight, compact stove features two burners that each put out 20,000 BTUs to speed things along. The Piezo igniter eliminates the need to locate matches, while two separate burner controls give you maximum control once you're underway.

Features:

  • Matchless ignition makes lighting easy
  • Stainless steel drip tray makes clean-up a cinch
  • Two 20,000-BTU burners heat things up fast so you can boil water quickly or just get a big dinner going in a jiffy
  • Regulator adapter for a one-pound propane tank included
  • Micro-adjust valves let you get the perfect temperature; your camp food might even turn out better than your at-home food
  • Three-sided windscreen helps conserve fuel
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Camp Chef Everest High-Output 2-Burner Stove Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Stove functions great. I've hooked it up to a small propane canister that is refillable (cheaper and a little softer on the environment) which I found at a local ACE hardware store. Just used an extended hose. The added cup around the burner allows for operation in some pretty strong winds, where I've seen other camp stoves fail/blow out frequently. Push start works as advertised. Easy to clean. Complaints: looks like a 4 year old put the whole thing together. Casing doesn't line up and the lid is shifty, at best. But then again, doesn't really affect the functionality.

knanier at Backcountry.com on 08/22/2013

I bought this stove last spring to use car camping and on fishing trips. It has been nothing but great. My lid doesn't close completely tight but that is such a minor issue that in reality I was just being picky in looking for a reason to not give it all thumbs up. This stove will continue to see plenty of use this coming summer and fall as well.

arvoorhees1666543 at Backcountry.com on 04/16/2013

I WAS LOOKING FOR A STOVE TO USE IN CASI CHILI COOK-OFFS. THIS STOVE IS GREAT BECAUSE THE FLAME IS VERY ADJUSTABLE. MOST STOVE HAVE A HARD TIME ADJUSTING TO VERY LOW FLAME. NO THIS ONE!! GREAT STOVE AND ARRIVED FAST.

crkp531238 at Backcountry.com on 06/20/2013

Negative Reviews:

Defective. Lid has dents on it, even though that part of the lid was protected by an extra layer of cardboard for shipping. The tabs that hold the lid open are not correctly positioned, so either the tabs or the light-weight shields would need to be bent or repositioned manually. Also, I hadn't noticed until I had it out of the box that the knobs and the igniter are all external, which makes them vulnerable to getting banged around or bent in the Thule or in the trunk. I'm not sure I can avoid that particular thing with any modern brand, though. Returning this item.

keep426840 at Backcountry.com on 03/22/2013

Neutral Reviews:

It came out of the box with a problem, when opening the stove it gets stuck because they haven't assembled it properly. Its not the first time I read that on a review. The buttons to control the output of the burner are awkward in the sense they aren't intuitive to know which direction to lower/higher the output.
Except that issue the starter works very well, its easy to clean and it seems solid enough. I've used it for car camping and even sea kayaking.

Karim Gouibourk at Backcountry.com on 09/05/2013