Best Propane Camp Stove in 2020
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Classic Propane Stove, 2 Burner
- COOKING POWER: Up to 20,000 total BTUs
- 2 ADJUSTABLE BURNERS: For precise temperature control
- WIND-BLOCKING PANELS: Shield burners from wind
- PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure-control technology for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
- RUNTIME: Up to 1 hour on high on one 16.4 oz. propane cylinder (sold separately)
- 3-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Coleman Portable Butane Stove with Carrying Case
- Instastart ignition for matchless lighting; 7,650 total BTUs of cooking power
- Fits up to a 10 inch pan
- Lasts up to 1.25 hours on high on one 8.8 ounces butane gas cylinder (sold separately)
- Adjustable burner gives precise temperature control, and large base offers stability for easy stirring
- Durable porcelain coated grate is easy to clean, and aluminum burner is rust proof for years of use
- Carry case included
- 1 year limited warranty
Coleman PowerPack Propane Stove, Single Burner, Coleman Green - 2000020931
- Portable single-burner propane stove ideal for cooking at campsites, picnics, and more
- Fits up to a 12-inch pan and offers 7,500 total BTUs of cooking power
- Pressure-control technology delivers consistent heat in outdoor conditions
- Runs up to 3 hours on high on a 16.4-ounce propane cylinder (sold separately)
- Chrome-plated grate is removable for easy cleaning
Camp Chef Explorer Double Burner Stove
- 2 Cast Aluminum Burners
- 60,000 total BTU/hr
- 32" Cooking Height
- Detachable Legs
- 3-Sided Windscreen
Coleman Stove Ppn 2 BRN Ml Triton
- Wind Block panels help shield burners from wind and adjust for various pan sizes
- PerfectFlow technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
- PerfectHeat technology for more efficient cooking with less fuel
- 22,000 total BTUs; Griddle sold separately
- Large enough for one 12 and one 10 Inches pans plus room to stow the griddle
Camplux New Dual Fuel Propane & Butane Portable Outdoor Camping Gas Stove Single Burner with Carry Case
- CSA APPROVED & SAFETY DEVICE - Camplux JK-5310 outdoor camping portable gas stove we produce and sell has passed CSA safety certification, which is very consistent with the safety requirements of North America.Built in pressure sensor protection can cut off the gas flow mechanism once over gas pressure.Piezoelectric ignition, automatic safety switch and gas leakage protection device are available.With these safety protection above, you can purchase and use our stove without hesitation.
- DUAL FUEL DESIGN - The Camplux JK-5310 dual fuel single burner gas stove is compatible with both propane (fuel not included) and butane (fuel not included), operates on a single butane canister 8 oz or a propane canister 16.4 oz.Dual fuel is more practical and can be used in a variety of situations.It's a good partner for your outdoor camping and home emergency.
- 7,200BTU/HR HEAT OUTPUT - This camping stove has enough heat output to help you solve cooking problems.Ideal for camping, outdoor cooking,rv travel,bbq,home emergency kit, etc.Your best choice for emergency cooking preparedness toolkit.
- PROPANE CONVERTER REGULATOR INCLUDED - Coming with propane converter regulator, allow connecting to an 1 pound propane tank. No need to buy other accessories yourself.(For your safety, leakage test is required before use.)
- EASY TO USE & CLEAN - For your safety, please install and use under the instruction of the manual.The portable gas stove built in a piezo auto ignition feature,no need to use traditional matches or lighters. Lock the gas canister position and turn the control knob to the end with a click voice. Easy to use, and suitable for any outdoor settings.Easy to clean up enamel surface and dripping tray,only needs a little water to clean it.
Outbound Camping Stove | Portable Propane Gas Stove 2 Burners | Perfect Camp Stove for Backpacking, Camping, Fishing, and Outdoor Cooking
- DURABLE CHROME PLATED STEEL: Our double burner propane stove is made from steel that can withstand high temperatures and weight, also includes a stainless-steel drip tray making it ideal for campsite cooking
- COMPACT, PORTABLE, COLLAPSIBLE: The portable design of our camping stove is perfect for camping. Folds down into a case with handle for extremely easy storing, carrying, and travel. Dimensions are as follows: 18.5" L x 11" W x 3.5" H - The cooking surface is: 15" L x 9.5" W
- STURDY DESIGN WITH WIND BLOCK PANELS: The wind block panels shield burners from wind, and the sturdy steel design can easily handle extreme outdoor conditions. Comes with propane attachment
- ADJUSTABLE BURNER: 2 Adjustable control valves give you precise temperature control for 2 temperature zones. Offering up to 20,000 BTUs both sides heat up quickly and efficiently and supply even heat distribution
- 100% RISK FREE WARRANTY: 1-year limited warranty, so you can feel secure and confident in your purchase. You can count on us and our amazing customer service team to take care of you, and to get you back outdoors and Outbound
Coleman Even-Temp Propane Stove, 3-Burner
- Portable propane stove fits two 12 inch pans or three 8 inch pans at once for variety of meals
- 3 adjustable even temp burners radiate heat evenly across the stove for consistent performance
- Adjustable wind block panels shield the flame from wind and fold down as side tables
- Pressure control and fuel efficiency technologies ensure consistent performance outdoors
- Matchless instastart ignition allows you to light the stove with the push of a button; Lasts up to .75 hours with all burners on high on one 16.4 oz propane cylinder (sold separately)
Stansport Single Burner 10,000 BTU Propane Stove, Black
- Propane stove with a chrome plated Anti-Clog burner
- 10,000-BTU burner output; regulator with On/Off control knob
- 7.5-inch diameter grid for stability
- DuraBase with tip-resistant feet hold a 16.4-ounce propane gas cylinder (gas cylinder sold separately)
- One-year warranty against manufacturer defects
Gas One Two Burner Propane Stove Outdoor High Pressure Propane 2 Burner [UPGRADED] 150,000 BTU with 0-20 PSI High Pressure Adjustable Regulator and Steel Braided Hose
- Propane double burner for outdoor cooking equipped with two burner heads, Each exuding 75, 000 BTU (for a total of 150, 000 BTU), gas one’s double burner provides extreme heat for various different cooking scenarios. From Tailgating to catering, this burner stands out for those looking for a little more range in their heat
- Rugged construction stove built sturdy and designed to last, the B-5000 demonstrates the needed combination of power and control. Along with its rugged body, The double burner comes with detachable legs to make portability convenient and easy to compartmentalize
- Adjustable 0-20 psi regulator with Steel braided hose long lasting and reliably durable, the B-5000 comes with an adjustable high pressure 0-20 psi Steel braided regulator that allows for a secure source of gas flow
- Individual heat dial per burner The portable burner is supplied with two individual heat dials to control each specific flame. From simmering meat to boiling water, adjust the burners flame to Meet your precise need
- High quality Regulator - the double burner regulator ensures a safe cooking experience by monitoring the propane gas flow and disallowing further leakage when internal or external issues are detected
Propane & Heating Oil Crisis in Northern States: It's Time for Change
Excessive bills have pushed many home owners finances to the max. How much longer can the government ignore this crisis?
Suburban Oil and Propane sent out bills right after Christmas to dozens of customers announcing that their monthly payments were doubling or tripling in some cases and that the clients were late paying the increase, due December 20th. The increase notices sat on a desk until they were postmarked on December 26th, yet many Suburban customers are now being hit with late fees, disconnection notices, and huge payments due within thirty days or else. On Georgia, Vermont homeowner said her monthly payment of $87 per month suddenly increased to $287 a month. With her 900 square foot home kept heated at 65 degrees when she's home and 62 when she's at work, she only needs her oil tank filled twice a year. Her last fill up in November cost her $800, so no matter how you look at it, $287 a month for twelve months is far more than needed to cover what fuel is delivered to her home. She is sadly not alone.
An Ultramar customer in Milton on the "will-call" plan didn't order propane, yet the company delivered to his home a month after he'd ordered 100 gallons. His November fill-up was meant to last him a few months since he switched to wood heat, but Ultramar's Saint Albans supervisor told him that they wanted to move everyone off will-call plans and onto their automatic delivery. This new fill-up cost 80 cents more per gallon than it had just three weeks earlier leading to a bill of $700 that Ultramar said would be due on 1/17 or penalties would kick in. After arguing that in June he'd talked to an Ultramar worker who assured him that she'd noted in the computer that he wanted to remain a "will-call" customer, Ultramar said the best they would do is give him an extra fifteen days to make the payment. Acceptable? I think not.
Worse, this Ultramar customer took the argument to the state's attorney general who stated the only thing the customer can do is call Ultramar back and have them pump out the unwanted amount. Ultramar's response was that there is a service fee for coming out to the house. In the end, the homeowner in Milton feels pressured to make the payment by working overtime for the next month. Is this a reasonable solution? Not really, a recent examination of Ultramar's third quarter statement through their parent company Valero showed they'd made a $848 million profit, so it's not like they are hurting for money.
This leads back to the case of an elderly man from Jericho, Vermont who made his $220 payment to Suburban Oil on December 17th. The payment was due December 20th to a neighboring town. On December 26th, he received notice that his payment was not only overdue, but that his account was being discontinued on January 17th if he did not make a payment of $680, the new monthly payment amount that Suburban deemed he needed to make regularly. Someone on social security and an $800 IBM pension is supposed to be able to pay $680 a month for fuel oil? His tank is filled three or four times a year depending on the average January temperature. He keeps his home heated at 68 degrees and has recently decided to drop that to 65. Are these huge increases reasonable for those on fixed incomes? I'm saddened to think that this man is now facing taking out a home equity line of credit in order to pay his heating bill.
I did a little research. Suburban posted a $21 million dollar loss due to lump-sum retirement payouts, but this still led to revenues of $154 million, so they too are not hurting for money. How can they justify needing customer payments to increase by up to 200%?
It's time for the government to get off their butts and make serious efforts to help out. Perhaps the time has come to establish price caps on the entire oil industry. I realize the current government won't do anything to help out, but for those in the northern regions of the United States, homes must be heated in the winter. We don't have a choice! If something isn't done to help out, this winter will end up forcing many homeowners to sell their homes or face bankruptcy. Many are already having to choice between heating oil or groceries now that the government has cut heating assistance funding. Those who once qualified for heating assistance are being told the funding is running out and that they must find another way to come up with the money. All of the senators, congressmen, and other government officials need to wake up and realize that homeowners are in serious need of help NOW!