We actually enjoy those barrels, but we are having a tricky time locating them in stock everywhere. They might be briefly sold out, or gone permanently. If you see them, they are really worth a look.
Primus Tupike Stove ($225)
Primus’ Tupike cooker is lightweight, compact, and nicely made. The solidly designed handle makes it easy to pack and take. In addition, it is my favourite cooker to cook , because of its stainless steel structure and ease of cleanup. With just 7,000 BTUs, it is not the quickest at hot water, however for low-heat cooking– even that the cooking many people really do–it is unbeatable. In addition, it performed well in the end, although the screens occasionally flap around a little bit. Sadly, this type of quality doesn’t come cheap. You could discount four Coleman Classics to the Purchase Price of this Tupike. However, if money is not an issue, this cooker is worth the expense.
Stansport Outfitter collection 2-Burner Propane Stove ($110)
The Stansport Outfitter Series cooker is family-size and almost equal to this Camp Chef Everest, but it is blue. It’s stronger 25,000-BTU burners, although I did not detect much difference concerning real usage. In addition, it has the exact stainless drip pan since the Everest and the exact same form of stove toaster, although the bars are somewhat closer together across the burner–which makes it much easier to balance little cookware, such as a moka pot. The Stansport is nicely produced and has a far nicer fold mechanism compared to the Everest. Nevertheless, it’s difficult to justify the excess cost on latch independently. We have not analyzed its third burner or griddle alternative, but it seems fine.
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