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A lightweight stove for heavy-duty cooking.

Whether you're setting up a base camp in preparation for a more arduous trek ahead or just camping a hop, skip, and a jump from your vehicle, your appetite must be appeased; the Camp Chef Teton 2-Burner Stove is here to answer the call. The Teton 2 features a sleek and lightweight design that folds to a briefcase size, complete with carry handle. Unfold and fire up the powerful burners, make a cowboy breakfast, and leave the scene like a seasoned assassin.
  • Dual 10,000 BTU/Hr burners efficiently crank out the heat in a hurry
  • Easy-to-clean stainless steel drip tray
  • Lightweight non-stick aluminum grill requires little elbow grease for cleaning up
  • Matchless ignition fires up quickly without the singed fingertips
  • Lightweight carry handle and compact design makes transportation easy

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4 5

Awesome 2 burner stove

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have had a little Snow Peak Litemax Ti stove for a little while, and for short trips, it's perfect. It fits in my pots, boils water fast, impresses city folk...

However a backpacking stove is not always the most practical. My girlfriend and I take lots of trips to go rock climbing, and if you want to do some serious eating, these Teton stoves are a perfect place to start.

One tank of gas lasts a fairly long time, not to mention its very cheap and easy to replace.
It burns evenly, and is very adjustable- it's just like cooking at home.

Unfortunately the only downfall to these stoves is the piezo ignition system. It doesn't really seem to work that well, but I always carry a lighter around for camping so it's no big deal.

Awesome 2 burner stove
4 5

Good enough

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is the only 2-burner stove I have used aside from the basic Coleman stoves and have to say that it is every bit as good, if not better. It's efficient, fairly lightweight, and simple to use. It offers everything that you really need from a basic 2-burner stove. I have no real complaints. The one "issue" that I encountered is the failure of the matchless ignition, but lighting the stove with a match or lighter is no problem....and if you cant light a stove with a lighter you probably shouldn't be out there in the wild. Good stove, great price.

4 5

Gets the job done

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have only used the stove once so far. This stove is a lower gas output but when it is turned up you will have no problem cooking anything you will need. Boiling a large pot of water just might take a little while. I was having troubles with the self start button it took a while to get it started up but eventually I got it going. This is a nice stove for the price and would recommend for anyone who goes camping a few times a summer

4 5

Content with camp stove

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

First I'd like to compliment on the efficiency of this stove. I just got back from a 10 day camping trip in Banff where we used this stove as our primary source to cook food (which means we used it just about twice a day for breakfast and dinner). The food cooked fast and we didn't even burn through a whole bottle of propane! It packs up nice and cleans easily as well. Overall, we were very satisfied on how well it functioned.

Now to the complaints. This is actually the second one that I've purchased as the first one, the right burner didn't light up with the matchless ignition. We would turn the gas on, then push the button to light it and you could see where the ignitor was sparking but the burner wouldn't light. The left burner worked great, but the right just didn't want to join in. So we sent it back and got another one that has the same issue. Because we didn't have time to wait for another one, we took the defective one on our trip to Banff and just lit the right burner with a match. Because the stove performed so well, we decided that lighting the burner with a match wasn't that big of a deal.
My second complaint is that the knobs that you use to control the heat of the burner are fastened on crooked. It seems as though when they were attached, the rods that extend inside the stove were bent and so when you twist the nobs they wobble like the wheels on an old matchbox car!

Other than these two things, the stove works great!

5 5

Why so much hate?

Survived on this for 4 days camping being it was a NO BURN area. Absolutely loved it from the quality to how easy it worked. Ignition worked the first time every time. Burners were easily adjustable and cooked fast when needed too and slow when aloud. Would recommend this product to anyone. Would even recommend this over Coleman. Try it out you won't be disappointed!!!

2 5

Laughably bad build quality...

I don't know why it took me so long to stop using my backpacking stove for car camping but I'm glad I finally made the switch to a 2 burner. I was looking at primarily the newer Colemans and the other comparable offerings from Primus, Camp Chef, etc. I don't care too much for max BTU's as my pocket rocket is apparently 10-11k btu's and I pretty much just burn everything. I was looking for good temperature control, good quality, and a built in starter. I checked out the newer redesigned coleman with instastart and didn't really like the overall plastic build and ended up going with this because BC had it for cheaper and it appeared to be built better– for example the coleman uses plastic now to latch it shut, and the Camp Chef Teton is built out of stainless steel.

I really liked the square thin design as the newer coleman's are pretty much the same dimensions (a little thicker) but I just don't like the overall shape. When I first got the stove I was impressed and pretty happy with it right out of the box. But as I took a closer look I just wanted to send it back– nothing lines up, poor construction, poor design, bad rivet jobs, scratches. The worst part is how the wind shields are hinged with two screws on each hinge– when I picked up the stove there was something rolling around inside of the stove and it was one of these screws that I had to fish out and screw it back into place. There are dents (one corner was pushed in)– and it's not like it got damaged in transit... This was a new unit and the stove arrived double boxed with no damage to the boxes. I can understand a dent from UPS, but the fact that Camp Chef decided that this is ok– this type of product is something they can ship to their customers for their money is completely unacceptable. Shame on you Camp Chef. Now don't get me wrong most of these stoves in this category are not known for their build quality but this is terrible.

I'm honestly surprised it didn't blow up in my face. It took me about a day of hunger for a hot meal to force me to use it (I picked it up from the post office on my way out for a trip) and well I'm still alive. The good news is Camp Chef put all the money into the burners, connectors and just skimped on the shell. They don't go as low as I want them to and one burner can't go as low as the other but according to other reviews this has the best temperature control out of all the other stoves. It cleans real well because the grill pops off easily and the top of the stove is pretty much flat so you can just take a sponge or towel and wipe it off easily. The starter works although sometimes it may take 2-3 pushes... and it's an annoying loud click but overall it does work just fine. It cooks fine, works well, but the build quality is the main drawback. I give it 6 months of normal use before the wind screens pop off or something breaks off of it.

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Would love to actually see it in action... assuming this is a studio shot from the tidiness of the scene...