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Set up the Camp Chef Weekender 2 Burner Sport Stove on a table, or use it as a standalone stove and get to cooking at your favorite campsite. Two 20,000-BTU cast aluminum burners boil water at lightning speed and help you cook up your favorite meat just right. Small details like easily adjustable burner heat, a popup windscreen, and 24-inch removable legs make this the ultimate do-it-all car-camping solution.

  • Two 20,000-BTU burners heat things up fast so you can boil water quickly or get a big dinner going in a jiffy
  • Micro-adjust valves let you get the perfect temperature; your camp food might even turn out better than your at-home food
  • Removable legs gives you setup options
  • Three-sided windscreen helps conserve fuel
  • Note: propane tank not included

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Take it anywhere

Take it anywhere

This stores away a little better than the explorer, i really like how you can close the top and put the legs back in so nothing lets lost. As i 've stated before, the BTU output is plenty unless it's blowing 40 mph and even then with the wind screen you could probably still cook.

20k BTU's is plenty

20k BTU's is plenty

THis compared to the other camp chef who have a greater BTU output, this compares quite nicely. ALthough it doesn't have the same output it still provides plenty for whatever you're trying to cook. The windscreen is a little bit better on this compared to the open burnerers and is a little bit smaller. PLus the top can be used as a mini table if need be when closed, which also allows for a little bit better packing and transporting in my opinion. Great value and well worth the cost. Legs screw off and fit inside the burner when done so you won't lose anything.


Great camp stove

    I've used the stove for a few weekend camping trips thus far and find that it works great for everything from making a quick pot of coffee in the morning to a gourmet camp dinner. The side wind shields don't do the best job of blocking the wind, but the flame is pretty powerful and withstands stronger winds as long as it's not on simmer.