Everest High Pressure Two-Burner Stove

#MS2HP
$121.00
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Description

Don't be fooled by its size, the Everest 2 Burner Stove packs a lot of power under the hood. Two high-pressure 20,000 BTU burners pump out all the heat you'll need to handle your cooking needs and feed your family. A matchless ignition systems fires up the Everest quickly and easily. The nickel-coated steel cooking grate is strong and built to hold your pots, griddles, and skillets. Locking lid and handle allow the Mtn. Series to transport easily. Lightweight and compact means you can take it with you on all of your adventures.

Features

  • Two 20,000 BTU burners
  • Three-sided wind barrier
  • Fully adjustable heat-control dials
  • Matchless ignition
  • Stainless steel drip tray for easy clean up
  • Powerful burners fight windy conditions
  • Emergency preparedness recommended
  • Convenient carry handle
  • Regulator adaptor for a 1-lb. propane cylinder include (can be adapted for use with standard bulk tanks using HRDSP)

Specifications

  • Dimentions: 13.5" L x 23.5" W x 4" H
  • Total Output: 40,000 BTU/hr
  • Weight: 12 lbs.
  • Warranty: One Year

Product Downloads

 MS2HP Instruction Manual

Q&A

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  • From G. Wilson at 3/11/13 3:24 PM
    • Can I connect this to my RV?
    • None of the mountain series can be connected to a RV. All the Mountain Series stoves are considered high pressure stoves, therefore they are not compatible with the low pressure RV system.
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  • From G. Wilson at 3/11/13 3:24 PM
    • What griddle works the best on the Everest?
    • Due to the high BTU output the best griddle to use on the Everest is the Universal Fry Griddle part number FG20.
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  • From Dan at 6/11/13 4:40 AM
    • Can you run the camp chef Everest on Butane even though it says to run it on propane? Would this affect it's performance?
    • The Camp Chef Mountain Series Everest stove is made for propane only.
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Impressed Review by Exportman345
I like the build quality of this stove. Once I opened the box and removed the packaging, you could feel the product was well built. I checked it through and I have to say the components are high-grade...I'm impressed. Buy it...you will be quite pleased. (Posted on 3/27/14)
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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A few construction flaws, but this stove works great! Review by Joe
We took this stove on a 5-day, 4-night canoe/camping trip. We cooked dinner x 4 and breakfast x 4 for 5 guys. Overall the stove worked as designed; much better than other stoves I have used over the years.

The stove has a few negatives. One can be fixed. The other I’ll live with. The lid can catch on the drip tray when closed. We had to use brute force to pry the stove open. After 10 minutes, the lid was scratched and gouged before we even cooked our first meal. On a cold, wet, tired, hungry night this was a MAJOR disappointment.

The problem appears two-fold. First, the drip tray is attached to the base poorly. At the corners the drip tray may separate from the base by 1/16” or so. Second, the rolled edge on the lid is incomplete. The roll should be 270° or more. This roll is only about 180°. When the lid is closed the rolled edge can catch under the drip tray edge like a zip tie. There is no way to finesse it open. I intend to add a screw at each front corner to hold the drip tray tight against the base. This should fix the problem. If Camp Chef would do this simple fix at the factory they’d have a real winner.

The lesser problem is size/bulk. I wanted a stove that could handle two 10” pans at the same time. This stove does it with ease. But it’s a challenge packing it in a loaded canoe. It got a few dings and dents as gear was packed around it and we bounced off a few rocks in the whitewater. The dings and dents have no effect on the operation of the stove, so I’ll live with it. It’s a fair trade-off.

The stove has only one positive. It works GREAT. Set-up was simple and intuitive. The lid and side screens were effective windbreaks. The regulator attached solidly and accepted propane tanks easily with no leaks. Each burner lit on the first click of the igniter. The flame was easily adjusted. Fuel consumption was reasonable given the high BTU output (4 meals per canister). And clean-up was easy.

For me the real test was coffee. We often canoe/camp with 6 to 10 guys who drink a lot of morning coffee. I use a half gallon percolator. Those 10,000/11,000 BTU stoves took as much as a half hour. This one took 14 minutes!

I anticipate many happy years of use from this stove. I would buy it again and would recommend it to a friend.


--- Response: We apologize about the lid issue but want to thank you for bringing it up. We looked into the issue further and found that this lid issue occurred on a very small percentage of stoves. It has been addressed and taken care of in the manufacturing process. If you have any other concerns please feel free to contact us. (Posted on 5/11/13)
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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