Don't be fooled by its size; the Everest 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. In short, the Everest 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
- 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
Everest Two-Burner Camping Stove is rated out of 5 by 21.
Rated 1 out of 5 by JonM from Failed after 4 uses! I was so excited to buy a new stove for the camping season. After only 4 meals the right burner doesn’t work. It’s hard to light, makes a large yellow flame, and is dramatically louder than the left burner. It makes no difference if one or both burners are on. The left always works properly, the right is now permanently broken. Maybe Camp Chef can help me with repairs/replacement to quickly get me back om track with camping season. When it worked I was happy with how much heat it put out for large quantities of water or food. Would give many more stars if it had not failed so immediately. Frustrating to buy new and have such early failure.
Date published: 2018-05-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by James Col from Great except when latch breaks This is a great stove and the ability to simmer or blow it to the max for fast water boil makes it a super versatile stove. However, my only gripe (and this is a major one) is that the 2 plastic latches have both broken within months of each other. Now there is no way to keep the stove securely closed. My friend's older model uses a single metal latch has is much more durable. I don't know why Camp Chef decided to use a much more fragile closure system. Maybe it was to save on production costs, but it was a terrible idea
Date published: 2018-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Abirdie from Terrific Stove I love this stove after having it on the road with me for the past several years. In all conditions it has been great. The only improvements would be including a carrying case, at this price that seems like a small thing but I noticed some friends who bought other models received one with theirs? I know, small thing. Then, having some threaded feet on the corners for quick leveling would make this unparalleled. But seriously folks, this thing is outstanding. Hot water and food in minutes at high altitude. Very reasonable fuel use. Solid feel for easy cooking. All my friends have purchased this or some variant of Camp Chef and we are all very pleased. It is not uncommon to have 2 or 3 of these at our group sites for a gourmet but practical camping experience.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by FCAsheville from A well built blast furnace! I was stubborn for a long time and refused to give up my old school Coleman liquid fuel stove. I finally gave in and shopped for a stove my whole family could operate and I'm really happy with the Everest. The stove is an absolute beast when it comes to BTUs and boils water in no time. The adjustment is good and I was able to use it for low simmers as well. I would HIGHLY suggest avoiding the 1lb bottles and buying the hose to use 20lb propage tanks if you're car camping/RVing. At the very least learn to re-fill the 1lb bottles and don't dump them in the landfill. Overall a really great camp stove for families and groups.
Date published: 2017-04-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by Steve82552 from Plenty of heat, but hard to control temp I have owned this stove for 2 years. Has been very hard to control the heat on burners. They need better valves that will stay in place. You have to turn way up and valves then close down. Takes a while to get correct temp.. if valves worked would be great stove!
Date published: 2018-03-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by DouglasCa from Love the stove - not happy with CampChef company This is (was?) an amazing camp stove - incredible heat output - BUT, Camp Chef makes it so hard to service and care for... 1) Why don't they sell a PADDED nylon bag to better protect the stove? 2) Why can't I buy new o-rings for the regulator when they wear out and leak? 3) Why can't I buy new burner assembly (rings or main reflector dish) when the existing one has rusted/corroded/burned away? I was hoping this was going to last a lifetime, but it looks like once discontinued, Camp Chef - like all the rest - just want to sell you a new stove. :-(
Date published: 2019-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Deb C from Best ever. Used it on 7 week trip this summer almost between 6,000 and 12,000'. Delivered hot water fast every time. I was initially concerned about low settings but had no problem adjusting even for delicate omelettes. Worth the money, but needs to come with carrying case- even a lightweight version. Rented a stocked teardrop this week, camping at 1500'. Forgot what a 'typical' camp stove puts out for heat. Didn't enjoy waiting forever for hot water to make instant coffee in 42 degrees. Even more impressed.
Date published: 2017-10-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by JackS from Poor quality and unreliable Tested my stove right out of the box. Right burner did not function at all. The plastic latches are riveted and the rivet was loose allowing the latch to just spin around. Very disappointed.
Date published: 2018-06-21
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