Outdoorsman High Low Combo Two-Burner Stove

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Have the ability and freedom to cook a wide range of foods from grilled chicken to seafood boils, the Outdoorsman High-Low combo was designed to do it all. Complete with a high output burner that can be used to heat large amounts of liquid quickly and a low output burner that can be used for pancakes and eggs. If you want to boil, brew, fry, grill or griddle this is the stove to for you.

Using a griddle or grill box that covers both burners simultaneously is not recommended for this stove. The high output burners are not intended for use of everyday style cooking but are perfect for brewing, cold pack canning or heating large amounts of liquid.


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  • One 30,000 BTU burner and one 60,000 BTU burner
  • Three-sided windscreen
  • Fully adjustable heat-control dials
  • Large cooking surface
  • Removable/adjustable legs for storage
  • Regulator and 3 ft. hose included
  • Portable
  • Out for the box ready to cook in seconds
  • Emergency preparedness recommended


  • Cooking Surface Dimensions: 14" x 32"
  • Cooking Area: 448 sq. in.
  • Cooking Height: 29"
  • Total Output: 90,000 BTU
  • Weight: 40 lbs.
  • Warranty: One Year

Product Downloads:

 EX170LW Instruction Manual


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  • From Daniel Pane at 3/12/13 7:06 AM
    • How do I get both burners working on my stove?
    • For the Best output on the Outdoorsman High/Low stove do the following: On the low pressure burner (left burner) close the air vent all the way. On the high pressure burner (right burner) = open air vent all the way. This will balance the airflow between the two burners and will allow you to use both at once. You may need to fine tune your settings somewhat depending on altitude and wind conditions but the that is exactly why the vents behind the valve are there.
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