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[Amazon.ca] Camp Chef Everest High-Output 2-Burner Stove $125.28

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[Amazon.ca] Camp Chef Everest High-Output 2-Burner Stove $125.28

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This is hands down the best camping stove out there. I have had a Coleman for several years but this Camp Chef Everest is just another level. Each burner is whopping 20,000 BTU, so in total 40,000 BTU of pure pleasure! Boils water literally within seconds! Highly recommended 👍🏻
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Vikram19 wrote: This is hands down the best camping stove out there. I have had a Coleman for several years but this Camp Chef Everest is just another level. Each burner is whopping 20,000 BTU, so in total 40,000 BTU of pure pleasure! Boils water literally within seconds! Highly recommended 👍🏻
How much water you boiling?
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chilli604 wrote: How much water you boiling?
About 180 seconds to boil a litre of water Face With Tears Of Joy
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Vikram19 wrote: This is hands down the best camping stove out there. I have had a Coleman for several years but this Camp Chef Everest is just another level. Each burner is whopping 20,000 BTU, so in total 40,000 BTU of pure pleasure! Boils water literally within seconds! Highly recommended 👍🏻

You’d make a great politician with gross exaggerations of that magnitude. Unless you’re boiling a teaspoon of water, it’s not going to boil within seconds lol.

I’ve never timed mine but a litre will take a few minutes. Yes, it’s powerful.

I’m not too happy with my Everest. One of the burners isn’t working properly after only 2 years of use.
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najibs wrote: You’d make a great politician with gross exaggerations of that magnitude.
Thanks, I am working hard to replace Trudeau in the next election 🙏🏻 Face With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of Joy
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najibs wrote: You’d make a great politician with gross exaggerations of that magnitude. Unless you’re boiling a teaspoon of water, it’s not going to boil within seconds lol.

I’ve never timed mine but a litre will take a few minutes. Yes, it’s powerful.

I’m not too happy with my Everest. One of the burners isn’t working properly after only 2 years of use.
Vikram19 is using time measurements like a real estate agent. They'll say a house is minutes to downtown but it's actually 55 minutes LOL
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shadowsteve wrote: Vikram19 is using time measurements like a real estate agent. They'll say a house is minutes to downtown but it's actually 55 minutes LOL
haha, they are both technically right, they are within some measure of minutes or seconds. lol
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Vikram19 wrote: This is hands down the best camping stove out there. I have had a Coleman for several years but this Camp Chef Everest is just another level. Each burner is whopping 20,000 BTU, so in total 40,000 BTU of pure pleasure! Boils water literally within seconds! Highly recommended 👍🏻
40k BTU is half of my furnace.
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Serious question, will a can of gas last a cooking session?
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Focus wrote: Serious question, will a can of gas last a cooking session?
you would need a conversion hose so you can attach a 20LB tank
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steven80 wrote: you would need a conversion hose so you can attach a 20LB tank
I mean with those coleman 16oz can
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Focus wrote: I mean with those coleman 16oz can
I'll bring a spare for sure, but I get a full weekend of cooking on a camping trip with one of the 16oz cylinders ..
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I've been happy with mine, got it just got it over a year ago. This does boil water quite quickly, the burners sound like jets! Amazon had it for $116 when I purchased it last year.

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