Century 24 000 BTU 2-Burner Camping Stove with Case

Priced: $59.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 12 reviews.
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Century 24 000 BTU 2-Burner Camping Stove with Case -
Every camp kitchen begins with a stove, and the powerful Century 24,000 BTU 2-Burner Camping Stove with Case is a great one. The two burners feature push-button Piezo lighting for convenience. Pancakes, anyone?


  • Nylon carry case included.


  • Push button Piezo lighter.
  • Uses 16.4 oz. propane cylinder (not included).
  • 24 in. hose and regulator included.
  • Two large 3 3/8 in. 12,000 BTU burners.
  • Easily converts to bulk cylinder operation.
  • Chrome plated grill.
  • Pressure regulated for consistent performance.
  • Wt. 13lbs.
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Size:22 in. x 13 in.

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Century 24 000 BTU 2-Burner Camping Stove with Case Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

another century

I have a older century 10k btu stove it was made in the USA. This thing is built like a tank. It also weighs as much as a tank. It is for the comfort driven in a cabin or tent camping scenario. Great prepping stove when there is a storm and the power is out. It is really quite fuel efficient. If you have to cook and want a hassle free stove go to [@] and find a used one. But even this IMPORT is a good stove. Had mine 11 years and it never failed me.
NY State Outdoors at Campmor on 01/01/2012

Good design and quality

I like the hose to connect to the propane source. Gives you more options and space to cook in. Lights easily and is capable of very high output that brings cast iron cookware to temperature quickly. Similar features on other brands were priced higher but there is no sacrifice in quality with this stove.
Jeff the Bunker Man at Campmor on 05/05/2012

Great Stove....

Well made, lights every time. I personally like the rubber gas hose, it gives you more places to put the gas bottle instead of balancing it on the edge of a table. I've been using this stove for two years now and, I can't find anything bad to say about it.
s1222l at Campmor on 11/11/2010

No complaints here

I have used this stove for several years, a couple times per year, plus for a week in the Black Hills. No problems, ever. Lights well. Burns hot. Packs up into a pretty flat package. It could only be better if it was a little lighter for portages.
David at Campmor on 10/10/2011

Great camp stove

We use this as the stove in our tag along camper. Works very well for this use. Boils coffee in the morning very quickly, which can be a good thing.
Fancy camper at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Cook Stove

We liked this cook stove quite a bit. I worked well for us, was very light, easily stowable. It helped us make a variety of things.
gafre at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Great Stove for Money

Best uses - camping, picnics, emergency stove when the power goes out.
Bob at Campmor on 03/03/2013

Exactly what I was looking for

Economic enough - cooked for two days on one gas bottle.
Sputnik at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Easy cooking

Excellent camping product
Davec50 at Campmor on 09/09/2013

Negative Reviews:

Hose problem

The propane hose didn't screw into the stove all the way causing my wife to have to constantly push the hose in so I could cook. I don't know if this is a problem with every stove or just happened to be the one I got but it was certainly a pain. The igniter worked great. Usually igniters are hit and miss, I was honestly expecting it to not work but I was nicely surprised. It never took more than 2 pushes to light the burners.
Unhappy cook at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Watch out for loose screws and cuts

The price and simple design was attractive until I pryed it open for the first time because the burner top was jammed to the top lid. Moving the sides several time revealed small sheet metal screws that kept coming out. They are part of the side shield hinge system. The spring latch was not working so the top cover did not close. The burner top was not assembled properly either causing the jamming problem with the top.
Grill Master at Campmor on 03/03/2011

Watch out for loose screws & sharp edges

The first time I openned the stove I had to pry it open. The top was jammed to the stove top surface. The stove top surface was not install correctly. The side shield screws kept falling out. The right burner did not start right away. I priced a similiar stove locally for less money.
Loose screws and sharp edges at Campmor on 04/04/2011