Good food brings people together. That’s what makes grilling with family and friends so great; but you don’t need to limit your outdoor cooking to grilling alone. With the Somerset IV, your options are endless. Four burners provide enough space for you to bake pizza on one side and fry bacon on the other. This is one of the most versatile patio cookers available thanks to the variety of 16” accessories you can mix and match on it. You can also enjoy the convenience of foldable side shelves, matchless ignition, and roller wheels. Experience the best of outdoor cooking with Camp Chef’s Somerset IV.
- Four 30,000 BTU/hr burners
- Side shelves for extra prep space
- Easy roll wheels
- Matchless ignition
- Fits Camp Chef 16" Cooking System accessories
- Regulator and 3 ft. hose included
- Total Output: 120,000 BTU/hr
- Cooking Dimensions: 16" x 48"
- Width (without shelves): 48.5"
- Depth: (front to back): 16"
- Shelf Dimensions: 15" x 15.75"
- Shipping size (in the box): 48.5" x 17.5" x 13"
- Weight: 79.5 lbs
- Warranty: One Year
Somerset IV Four-Burner Stove is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by geno from great product Heavy duty, great BTUs, have the 3 burner griddle and 2 two burner griddles to cover all my flat top needs. Ring sausage, peppers and onions wafting in the air at a Bears game came out perfect and drew hungry comments. Afterward, sliders on the griddle cooked fast and so did a pot of hoy chocolate. Fajitas are also easy to create. My wife thought I was nuts to buy this, but now loves how fast 2 pounds of bacon cook outside, and my neighbors do too. Only wish all wheels were castered and heavy duty.
Date published: 2016-01-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by Emilio from Just enjoy it I had the Chef Camp 3 for the last 4 years enjoying it, and now I decide to go for once more robust, I really enjoy working with it at home its heavy but delicate
Date published: 2016-01-06
I live in Las Vegas we have a very windy days Is the stove wind prof?
No. It blows out with the slightest breeze unless you are using high heat. Very annoying. A huge design flaw. Otherwise, it's a nice unit. I have used this and the previous model for years. Fortunately not much wind here in the summer, but a big pain when there is.
Date published: 2018-05-16
I've seen pictures of your Somerset Stove with Stainless Steel Grates and what look like Cast Iron Grates. Are those available as an option?
The Somerset stoves no longer have the cast iron grates available. There were too many problems with them cracking or breaking. They now are made with the nickel plated steel grates.
Date published: 2018-03-22
Can I connect the Somerset directly into the natural gas line of a house?
Where can I find this stove in a store so I can look at before purchasing?
How hard is to convert the summerset to natural gas?
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