Don't be fooled by its size; the Summit Two Burner Camping Stove packs a lot of power under the hood. Two high-pressure 20,000 BTU burners pump out all the heat you'll need for your outdoor cooking, whether you’re going solo or bringing the whole family. Fire up quickly and easily with the matchless ignition system, and take the camp stove anywhere with a locking lid and carry handle. The nickel-coated steel cooking grate is strong enough to hold your pots, griddles, and skillets. Now with adjustable feet to make getting that level cooking surface even easier. In short, the Summit has what you need to face the day, whether you’re tailgating, fishing, camping, or more. Add it to your outdoor cooking collection now.
- Includes regulator adaptor for a 1 lb. propane cylinder (can be adapted for use with standard bulk tanks using)
- Includes 3-sided wind screen
- Two 20,000 BTUs/Hr. cast aluminum burners
- Matchless ignition
- Appliance-style temperature controls
- Stainless steel drip tray for easy clean up
- Powerful burners fight windy conditions
- Convenient carry handle
- Adjustable feet for easy leveling
- Propane bottle not included
- Cooking Dimensions: 13.5 in. x 23.5 in.
- Stove Cooking Area: 317.25 sq. in.
- Stove Height: 4 in.
- Stove Weight: 12 lbs.
- Total Output: 40,000 BTUs/Hr. Burner
- Warranty: One Year
Summit Two-Burner Camping Stove is rated out of 5 by 20.
Rated 3 out of 5 by JaimesBigTrip from Value for Cost is Lacking To preface, we have been using this stove over the last 8 months on a road trip and we have cooked at least 150 meals on it. Certainly packs a punch and overall a nice stove to use but the build quality is just lacking for such an expensive stove. They went with cheaper non-stainless steel hardware on the hinges and screws; as a result, the hinges have rusted out and leave rust streaks ever time we put it away. I like the rotating striker concept but it is difficult to use with wet hands. The addition of a flange to the striker would make it much easier to operate. Additionally, one of the two hidden nuts for the striker fell off within the first month of use so it is now half attached. Finally, after about 4 months of riding around in our truck the wire connectors from the striker unit to the burners started coming loose forcing us to pull the thing apart or just use a lighter. For $139 I expect something bombproof and this stove is just not that.
Date published: 2018-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chief Cook from Super pleased! We are full-time RVers and needed an outdoor stove/grill that would stand up to constant use, is easy to pack away and set up, and flexible enough to handle anything I want to cook on it. It also had to replace our old, worn out, clunky and dirty gas grill. It excels on all accounts. This stove is very easy to light, and to modulate the temp as high or as low as I need it. I can not only cook in pots and pans, but I laid a loaf of sweet rolls in foil in a pan and set it on the burner. It warmed the loaf without burning the bottom! I can do everything I did on my grill, but don’t have a messy bottom area to clean up. I love that it is very light. I got the carrying case, which makes it a breeze to bring along. I would DEFINITELY buy this again!!!
Date published: 2018-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Son of Aloy from It's got the power! Wish it had a tank shut off valve Got this to replace an competitors model that I bought back in the 80's this stove has a lot more power than that old thing did. You will want to watch how high you have it if you are using a small pot because it has the ability to over heat the pan if you don't pay attention. This stove is the bomb. One thing I miss is the flexible hose with a tank shut off that my old unit had. This stove you have to unscrew the tank after you use it. Not that big of a deal just an adjustment. I would recommend this to a friend.
Date published: 2017-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sam from Wow this thing is good I was looking for a replacement for my old stove that was no longer working. After research I picked this stove. This stove was better than I expected. I have a 17,000 BTU stove in my kitchen and this thing boils water even faster than that will. It is nice on the fuel and doesn't burn through it too fast. The compact size makes it great.I have even used this in the backyard to make dinner outside.
Date published: 2017-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by Josh S from Good stove and burner control. Flimsy feet. Stove performance great. Threading on the feet easy to strip because there is too little thread in the base.
Date published: 2018-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Camping_Scotty from Best two-burner stove ever!!! My family has been a fan of the other popular brand, but after reading reviews on their newer stoves I was not thrilled. So when I saw how highly rated this was on multiple sites and it was on sale at REI I took a chance. I am a huge fan now. This stove is amazing I was able to boil several gallons in mere minutes and cook food quicker than that other "guy". The BTUs on this thing is higher than most kitchen stoves I have seen. Does not disappoint.
Date published: 2017-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by Josh from Camping just got easier It has been about a month since I picked up this stove and I am thrilled that I did. I picked this one over competitors because of the twist ignition rather than other push options. I have had problems in the past with push ignitions moving the stove and pouring hot liquid all over the place. The speed that this heats water is great. The fuel line seems to flop around a lot but the textured pattern on the fuel line makes screwing it in much easier.
Date published: 2017-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Indy from A Real Cooker! We've used fuel stoves for many years, but wanted the convenience of propane. Our first propane stove (a popular model and brand) was certainly convenient, but we found that the noise and the always-too-high-flame made our experience somewhat lacking! I heard the Camp Chef was the ticket, so we bought in. There are many great features of this stove, but the one that we value the most is that you can actually simmer food (or cook bacon without burning it!), and it's nice and quiet. The size is also ideal with plenty of room for our skillets, coffee pot, etc.. The only concern we've had with the stove was our reaction to the gauge of the metal when we first started using the stove, as it seemed a bit light to us, but after almost two busy camping seasons (and the use of the accessory bag), we've had absolutely no issues. It travels well and has held up fine, with absolutely no issues. The components are all of good quality, and it works well in our often-windy Texas weather. We cook full course meals when we camp, and this great little stove has proven to be a real cooker!
Date published: 2018-05-17
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