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I got this beauty a couple of years ago. Though I prefer to cook on a wood fire, there are many times and situations where an open fire is inadvisable. The Century Stainless Steel Stove is matchless in quality and works perfectly in those situations. When we go fishing, the Century is put in the back of the car where it takes up very little space, but affords us the ability to whip up a complete hot meal.
- Hose length: 24"
- Weight: 13 lbs
- Fuel: Propane
- BTUs: 10,000 per burner
- Dimensions: Height 13" by Width 22" by 4" in depth
It has fold out windscreens that shield the the cooking area, making it a breeze to work in a breeze. The burners are in a great position and allow the use of two large pots, or a good sized skillet and a big pot at the same time. The grills are strong and hold large full pots well.
The surface beneath the burners is easy to clean. The metal grill over the top is easily removed and allows one to clean any spills underneath the burners.
Cooking on it is very easy. It puts out more than enough heat to boil a pot of pasta or rice, or get a skillet hot enough to make bacon, fry fish, or prepare fajitas.
It uses a standard one liter can of gas, that is good for four or five meals. There is an adapter should you desire to run it off a 20 pound container. That's a handy thing to have if you live in an area that is prone to power outages or gas shutoffs due to storms.
Though it is a bit heavy, it is very stable, and once set up you don't have to worry about it moving or tipping. This is great for car camping or as an emergency or secondary cooking surface. The controls are functional and work as expected.
I would rate this a solid buy.
Century Outdoor Camping Products
4980 Deluxe Stainless Steel 2-Burner Stove
Street Price: $74.99 - $90.00
Century Tool & Manufacturing / Kay Home Products
90 McMillen Road
Antioch, Illinois 60002