Stansport Single Burner 10,000 BTU Propane Stove, Black

February 4, 2018 - Comment

The Stansport Single Burner Propane Stove has an anti-clog burner and 10,000 BTU’s. It’s 7.5″ diameter grid will support most pots and pans. Regulator has an On/Off control knob. The Dura Base with tip-resistant feet holds a 16.4 oz disposable propane gas cylinder (NOT INCLUDED).The Single Burner 10,000 BTU Propane Stove from Stansport is designed

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The Stansport Single Burner Propane Stove has an anti-clog burner and 10,000 BTU’s. It’s 7.5″ diameter grid will support most pots and pans. Regulator has an On/Off control knob. The Dura Base with tip-resistant feet holds a 16.4 oz disposable propane gas cylinder (NOT INCLUDED).The Single Burner 10,000 BTU Propane Stove from Stansport is designed for stable and efficient outdoors use on backpacking and camping trips. The stove features a 7.5-inch diameter grid for stability with a DuraBase and tip-resistant feet that hold a 16.4-ounce propane gas cylinder (sold separately). The heat output is easy to control with a regulator control knob and the chrome-plated, anti-clog burner grid is designed for easy maintenance.

Specifications: Chrome plated, Anti-Clog burner grid 7.5-inch grid diameter Burner output: 10,000 BTUs Regulator on/off control knob “Dura Base” with tip-resistant feet Feet hold a 16.4-ounce propane gas cylinder (gas cylinder sold separately) Weight: 1 pound, 14 ounces

Product Features

  • 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

Comments

Kwan L. Lowe says:

Bargain stove that cooked meals after Hurricane Irma This is a review of the Stansport Single Burner 10K BTU propane stove.Overall I’m quite pleased with this stove. As far as I can tell, it’s exactly the same as a model from Coleman but about 5$ less expensive. After Hurricane Irma, I used this stove on a daily basis for three days. After power was restored, I gifted it to a family member and bought another as a replacement.It’s easy to assemble, stable and strong enough to support a good sized kettle. It’s not as compact…

J. Mac says:

Great Little Burner The Stansport Single Burner Portable Propane Stove is very good, I used it over the weekend on a camping trip. It will boil water in a small sauce pan in 5 minutes, Also great for making scrambled eggs and bacon. I love the stand it comes with, Keeps the propane bottle sturdy if you have a large skillet for cooking. On low it still puts out a lot of heat, Great little burner. It is worth the price, Better than more expensive out door stoves.

David M. Holl says:

It provides a lot of heat and boils water super quick. It’s too large for back packing but … We purchased this for our 5-day self-supported Baja kayak trip since the small butane-propane canisters we need for our backpacker stove were not available in La Paz. The burner is quite large, but is very stable with the included stand. It provides a lot of heat and boils water super quick. It’s too large for back packing but we’ll probably start using it when car camping. It worked well and definitely worth the price.

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