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The Weekender has the power to create delicious, hot meals wherever or whenever you want. With the ability to attach and detach the legs, this stove can be used on a table top or freestanding, giving you the opportunity to take it where you want. The compact design has the power to cook your favorite breakfast and boil water for other cooking needs. This portable stove is great for camping, scouting and especially emergency preparedness.  


  • Two 20,000 BTU cast aluminum burners
  • Three-sided wind protection
  • Fully adjustable heat-control dials
  • 24" removable legs included
  • For use as tabletop or stand-alone stove
  • Burner housing limits hot/cold spots
  • Carry handle for portability


  • Cooking Surface Dimensions: 13" x 26"
  • Total Cooking Area: 338 sq in
  • Height w/legs attached: 27"
  • Total Output: 40,000 BTU/hr
  • Weight: 26 lbs.
  • Regulator and 3 ft. hose included
  • Warranty: One Year
  • Tank NOT included


 DJ60LW Instruction Manual

Natural Gas Conversion Guide


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  • Campact Tailgaiter


    Great compact stove for tailgating or if you camp. Excellent for community events like fundraisers, town founder day's or the fire department picnics. Will boil over 5 quarts of water without hesitat... Show More.ion. It stays lit much better than other stoves I've had, particularly when on high.

    Bruce C.

  • Good food, good camping


    Good food makes for a good camping trip. My old camp stoves took forever to boil water and didn't have enough room to do much real cooking. "The Weekender" is a suitcase style stove with al... Show More.l the power and BTU's you will ever need for great cooking. This stove is great for car camping, and with our camper. The Weekender puts off enough heat I was able to boil water in a 42 quart stock pot for corn on the cob. This stove is heavy duty, and well constructed.

    Barbara D.

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