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SmokePro Stainless DLX Pellet Grill Kit

MODEL #: PG24S-KIT1
$864.85

Pioneer Two Burner Stove

MODEL #: EX60PP
$129.99

Ranger III Three-Burner Stove

MODEL #: BS60C
$149.99

Dutch Oven Carry Bag 10"

MODEL #: CBDO10
$21.99

Dutch Oven Carry Bag 14"

MODEL #: CBDO14
$26.99

Dutch Oven Carry Bag 12"

MODEL #: CBDO12
$23.99

Cast Iron Pizza Pan

MODEL #: CIPZ14
$28.49

Charcoal Lighter Basket

MODEL #: CLB9
$16.99

Alpine Heavy Duty Cylinder Stove

MODEL #: CS14
$249.99

Pro 60 Deluxe Two-Burner Stove

MODEL #: DB60D
$249.99

12" Thermometer

MODEL #: DFT12
$12.49

Mesa Aluminum Camp Table

MODEL #: CT48A
$99.99

Cook'n with Camp Chef Recipe Organizer

MODEL #: COOKNCODE
$80.00

Outdoor Big Screen 144

MODEL #: OS144
$324.99

6" Thermometer

MODEL #: DFT6
$12.49

10" Cast Iron Deluxe Dutch Oven

MODEL #: DO10
$49.99

12" Cast Iron Deluxe Dutch Oven

MODEL #: DO12
$63.99

Dutch Oven Lid Holder 14"

MODEL #: DOLS14
$23.00

Natural Gas Connection Kit

MODEL #: NGKIT
$62.99

Round Aluminium Cooking Iron

MODEL #: RPIA
$20.99

Round Cooking Iron

MODEL #: RPI
$18.99

RV connection hose

MODEL #: RVHOSE
$39.99

14" Cast Iron Deluxe Dutch Oven

MODEL #: DO14
$74.99

Wireless Thermometer

MODEL #: LTRM
$31.49

42 Quart Aluminum Cooker Pot

MODEL #: DP42
$74.99

XL Charcoal Lighter Basket

MODEL #: CLB12
$26.49

SmokePro Stainless DLX Pellet Grill Sear Kit

MODEL #: PG24S-PGSEAR
$1,089.85

Artisan Pizza Oven 60 Accessory

MODEL #: PZ60
$164.99

Pocket Puff Iron

MODEL #: SPP5
$24.99

SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill Kit

MODEL #: PG24-KIT1
$819.85

Tailgater Combo

MODEL #: EX60LWTG
$239.99

Outdoor Single Cooker

MODEL #: SHPRL
$74.99

Dual Square Cooking Iron

MODEL #: DSPI
$24.99

Camp Chef MVP

MODEL #: SPG25S
$314.99

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  • Cool It: A Closer Look at Camp Chef's Coolers

    The cooler you decide to buy could be the difference between warm sodas in the middle of the lake or ice cold beers at the tailgate party. Think it's no big deal? You've obviously never tasted warm soda.

    But it's tough to know what you want when there's no such thing as a cooler test drive. That's why we wanted to give you a detailed look at our coolers through the eyes of an adventurer just like you...

    "In the 80's, I bought this 30-quart Gott cooler. Unlike other coolers at the time, Gott had molded an overlapping lid seal. Sadly, I recently dropped it and cracked a corner of the body. It's been a great cooler over the years, holding ice much better than other brands.

     

    While I was on the hunt for a new cooler, I ran across Camp Chef's product. It looked high quality and was priced much lower than some of the high-end brands on the market today, so I decided to give it a shot.

    HighlightsCamp Chef C70 cooler

    -Unlike some of the new coolers on the market, it is square-shaped. This makes it pack well in the pickup.

    -Reversible feet that skid or stick add to its usability.

    -It's durable. I spent several hours standing on top of it as a secondary bow fishing platform. The lid held all 240 lbs. of me without flinching.

    -I love the nylon strap handles. They are not bulky or in the way.

    -The chain on the drain plug is a nifty way to keep from chasing that around.

    -It isn't as heavy on your arms or on your wallet as some of the other name brands right now.

    Keeping It Cool

    As for its ability to hold ice, here's a snapshot of my 4th of July weekend...

     

    The cooler had been in an insulated garage all day on July 2. Outside, it was 92° F. I put an average block of ice in it at 7:00 PM. The morning of July 3, I added four frozen water bottles, two non-chilled bottles, and four 12 oz. cans of refrigerated pop. The cooler then went into an open aluminum boat. At the dock my buddy put in two cool bottles of water.

     

    We bow fished till 12:00 noon, opening the cooler maybe ten times. I drove home and left the cooler in the boat until 5:00 PM that evening, all day in direct sunlight up to 95° F.

     

    That evening, I added two more frozen water bottles and headed to the lake again. I was taking a couple bow fishing, and they added some cool water bottles of their own. It had clouded up in the evening and cooled down. We opened it maybe six times.

     

    I left the cooler in the boat all night. The night temperature reached 72° F. On the morning of July 4, I added two more frozen water bottles and two garage-temperature sodas.

     

    My daughter and I bow fished that day until 12:00 noon. We washed the boat and returned home where, at 1:00 PM, I removed the cooler and set it in the garage. The lid was opened around eight times during the day. At 7:00 PM I checked the ice: 48 hours later I had a quarter block of ice, two water bottles with floating ice, and two cold bottles left.

    Final Verdict

    This sucker holds ice.

     

    Overall, I was very happy with the performance of my 50-quart cooler from Camp Chef. Way to go! Not only is Camp Chef the king of heat with outdoor cooking, but they can 'cool it' too."

     

    -PP

  • Make Your #Grillfriend Shine

    People spend their free time in a variety of ways. Some people go to a park, others hang with friends, some work on a perfectly groomed lawn, or maybe even a manscaped beard.
  • AmazingRibs.com 2015 Top 10

    For two years, our 24" Smoke Vault has landed on the AmazingRibs.com Top 10 Best Value Backyard Smokers. With the ability to do a low and slow smoke at 160°F or you can crank the temperature to 400°F so you can bake, it really is one of the most versatile propane smokers on the market.
  • Camp Chef is Emergency Preparedness

    When disaster strikes you may have only a few minutes to get to safety. Those few minutes are critical to get your family and yourself to safety. In the wake of a disaster it can be hours, days, or even weeks before you can return back to your normal way of life.
  • National Hunting and Fishing Day 2012 Giveaway

    September 22 marks National Hunting and Fishing Day. Because we’re such big fans of hunting and fishing and being outdoors in general, we’re doing a giveaway for all of our fans!
  • Camp Chef Emergency Preparedness Gear

    When disaster strikes you may have only a few minutes to get to safety. Those few minutes are critical to get your family and yourself to safety. In the wake of a disaster it can be hours, days, or even weeks before you can return back to your normal way of life. A good 72-hour kit has many essential items. One of those items needs to be a way to boil water and prepared food among others.

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