Just because it’s smaller doesn’t mean it can’t cook like a stove twice its size. This heavy-duty single burner stove will cook anything from pancakes to hamburgers and even Dutch oven dinners. The Pro 30 with its side shelf is compact and portable, so it’s perfect if you need a little extra cooking space in any outdoor kitchen or if you have a small group to serve. And don’t even get us started on its potential as an emergency preparedness stove. You can use a variety of our 14” accessories with the Pro 30 to tackle breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Buy this stove for your outdoor kitchen and find out for yourself why size doesn’t always matter.
- Cast-aluminum burner resists rust
- Square-top cooking surface conveniently holds single burner accessories
- Foldable side-shelf provides a preparation area and a place to keep cooking tools
- Adjustable/removale legs for transport and storage
- Regulator and 3 ft. hose included
- Durable steel construction is built to last
- Out of the box ready to cook in seconds
- Emergency preparedness recommended
- Fully adjustable heat-control knob
Pro 30 Deluxe One-Burner Stove is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bruce from One burner stove Used it for the 1st time to can salmon , it kept the flame and heat for the pressure cooker right at 10 lbs pressure, in 90 minuets, I only adjust the heat one time, thank you camp chef
Date published: 2017-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by live for summer from Great product I just received this item today (Stove, grill and carrying bags). As stated in the description it was assembled in five minutes. I also have the pro 90 three burner which I originally struggled with the price but was extremely pleased with. That grill and stove is about 8 years old and still works well and shows reasonable wear for its age. I ordered this smaller stove and grill for easy transport, I will bring the other if a crowd is expected. That grill was stored in my Rv and used in oceanside beach sand every other summer weekend since purchased. The materials used on the 30 including the cast iron grilling surface is the same as the pro90. I kept the other cast iron oiled so it stayed perfect. The grill box and carrying bags are sold separately. With the legs on the new stove and grill on top, it stands at a good cooking height and feels more study than the 90; probably because of it's size and individual legs. The pro30 has one knob to adjust the temp and an air flow adjustment right behind the knob along with the standard gas regulator. The grill size would accommodate about 5 hearty burgers or 2 decent sized steaks, probably not a good size for a large group of people that want to eat at the same time. It will do the job for what I will use it for, a lobster cook or grilling for 2-4 people while cooking the sides on the Rv interior stove. This' grill feels like cooking on a small commercial grade grill rather than your standard same size non-cast iron surface. The video gave me a good visual and the actual products are what I pictured after watching. Bottom line; very good experience with the pro90 3 burner and the same, if not more, sturdy structure on the pro30. The time I expect this to last and cooking quality by far makes it a good value in comparison to buying a new 50 dollar (inferior) grill every two years as I experienced prior to the purchase of the camp chef products. By the way this product was delivered in the promised time by outdoor cooking and camp chef packaged the grill and stove very well for shipping. Oh yeah, get the carrying bags.
Date published: 2016-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by Snortingrooster from Pro 30 works fantastic! The matt and textured paint along with the sturdy construction make for a satisfied purchase! The griddle combo was amazing, along with the grease catch with drain. Everything worked as expected and I was pleased with my purchase. I will be a repeat customer!
Date published: 2017-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great Stove! This stove is simple and easy could use. Sometimes keeping it simple creates the best quality.
Date published: 2016-01-06
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