We’ve curated campers’ top picks for all needs in this list
One of the biggest concerns of campers used to be the quality of food; finally, thanks to the countless easy-to-use camping stoves on the market, those days are gone, and you don’t have to rely on canned peas anymore. Whether you’re heading outdoors at a food-included camping site or not, bringing your mini stove is essential, because you know, it’s freedom. And as more and more people prefer camping to good old boring hotel rooms, camping gears has evolved in tech, ease-of-use, and portability in recent years.
There are three types of camping stoves that you can pick depending on your camping style and environment, and we’ve curated campers’ top picks for all needs in this list, whether you’re looking for the comfort of your home, of a basic heating source.
Camp Chef Everest 2 Burner Stove
The top picks of serious campers are the two-burner ones, and the reason is clear; you don’t have to stick with one-pot pasta recipes, camping should make you feel like you have the freedom to do anything you want. The Chef Everest 2 Burner Stove offers two 20,000 BTU burners that work with propane, has a matchless ignition system, windshields, and only weighs 12 pounds. The only con of the stove is that it’s a tabletop model, so yes, you need to find somewhere to place it.
Camp Chef Explorer Double Burner Stove
If you want to take things further you can get the Explorer model from Camp Chep for $30 more, and yes, it has standing legs and more power. The Explorer Double includes two 30,000 BTU burners that work with propane, which equals a crazy amount of heat so you can go crazy. The stove is 29-inch-tall with its detachable metal legs and weighs 30.5 pounds.
Coleman Classic Propane Camp Stove
For the ones who don’t need too much heat power and like things simple, Coleman’s Classic camp stove model does the job perfectly. The tabletop model works with propane and has two 10,000 BTU burners. It’s a great choice for spring and summer camping, but you may have some trouble under highly windy conditions. Like the Everest 2 Burner, this stove weighs 12 lbs and includes reliable wind panels.
Jetboil Flash Personal Cooking System
One of the most simple camp stoves on the market, Jetboil Flash lets no accidents happen. With its extremely easy-to-use design and included cooking cup that changes color with heat, you’re really safe. The stove is a great choice for simple cooking, especially if we’re talking about liquids, and for $9 more, you can add the pot support to the system and cook with another pot. The included cooking cup holds 1 liter and can boil water within minutes. The only downside of the Flash is its price, but if your priority is safety, this is one of the models to choose.
BRS-3000T Titanium Camping Stove
If what you’re looking for is a small and simple heater, this genius model is a no-brainer. The stove is as light as a lighter, weighing only 25 grams, which makes it the best choice of backpackers. Of course, expecting to boil a pot of meal would be absurd from something so small, but you can always boil a cup of water of canned meals with the BRS-3000T.
Eureka Gonzo Grill Camping Cook System
If camping means grilling hot dogs for you and you want no compromises, Eureka’s propane-powered grill system is one of the the best camping grills for you. The best part of the stove is that it uses very little gas for bringing out 10,000 BTU of heat, and the cover prevents the heat from going to waste. As we’re talking about a covered system here, you don’t need to worry about wind at all. The only problem: the price. Of course, you can find a cheaper grill system on the market, but if you’re often the most reliable one, Eureka Gonzo is the one to pick.
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