✅ TOP 5: Best Camping Stove 2019
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✅ TOP 5: Best Camping Stove 2019

Are you looking for the best camping stove? In this video we’ll break down the top camping
stoves available whilst comparing them for price versus performance. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best camping stoves on the market, we have included links in the description for
each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your budget
range. Starting off at number 1 we have the Coleman
Classic Propane Stove. The value for money here is clear as you get
the 2-burner stove, wind protection, and easy transport in that everything included with
the stove packs away into itself. You can buy an additional carrying case if
you like, but you really don’t need it. As a double burner, the size is right (4.1″
x 21.9″ x 13.7″), but keep in mind that you’ll also need space for the propane tank on the
table. The stove fits a 12″ and 10″ pan at the same
time and features two independently adjustable burners. All in, we couldn’t be happier with size of
this camping stove, though it’s clearly not something you can take on long hikes to your
campsite. Because this sits on the table (not a propane
bottle), there isn’t much to worry about. The WindBlock panels help shield burners from
wind, with the ability to adjust for various pan sizes, and can withstand a fair amount
too. The Coleman Classic Propane Stove provides
20,000 BTUs of cooking power, allowing for more efficient cooking with less fuel. Because the grates sit low over the flames,
this camping stove uses less fuel to cook efficiently. There are complaints about the body and construction
of this Coleman camping stove, and definitely, some care needs to be taken (both in shipping
and while using it yourself) but it cooks remarkably and consistently. There is a standard concern about the control
over the knobs. However, nce cleaned (see the top-rated review
for details on this), they operate well and hold up over time. As an added bonus, the removable chrome-plated
grate makes clean-up quick and easy. At number 2 we have the Solo Stove Campfire
& 2 Pot Set Combo. This Solo Stove Campfire deal brings two pots
and a carrying case along with it, so you don’t have to worry about purchasing extra
accessories that may or may not work or fit. While this is the most expensive camping stove
on our list, we think the price is worth it if you cook for larger groups on a regular
basis. This two-pound camping stove is about twice
as big as its Titan sister, which is why this is perfect for cooking for larger groups of
campers. While it does come with its own carrying case,
it’s not as convenient to pack up and carry as there are two pots and a fairly tall unit
(9.25”). With a 7” diameter, this stove doesn’t
have any reported issues of instability in supporting pans or standing on the ground. Solo Stove is all about relying on environmentally-friendly
fuels to power their stoves. While that means it may take a little longer
to bring liquid to a boil, that shouldn’t take away from the overall efficiency of this
stove. There are no 1-, 2-, or 3-star reviews on
Amazon for this stove, so that’s an excellent indicator of overall reliability of this camping
stove. At number 3 we have the Coleman PowerPack
Single Burner Propane Stove. The price is definitely right with this camping
stove. Sure, it’s on the higher side of inexpensive,
but the quality here is overwhelming – and it goes well beyond the Coleman name. This is the perfect size for a single burner
camp stove. It measures 12.5″ x 13.4″ x 4″ around the
body (the base is a little wider) and seems to be the van-living cooker of choice. It can handle a frying pan as large as 12″
and can take much smaller ones as well. Sitting low and wide, this camping stove is
super stable; you shouldn’t have any concerns here. You get 7,500 total BTUs of cooking power
with pressure-control. On a 16.4-ounce propane cylinder, you can
expect it to run for about 3 hours on a high setting. We like that. This camping stove can stand up to daily use
and keep coming back for more. It lights easily, heats quickly and cooks
consistently. Construction is solid (especially the metal
supports) so you can expect it to last for years. It also cleans like a dream. At number 4 we have the MSR PocketRocket 2
Ultralight Backpacking Stove. The price is right and you get a stable, reliable
camping stove that’ll last for years. It folds up as small as a camping stove can
go (2x2x3″) – and it’s very lightweight too. Plus, it comes with a carrying case. Sure, this sits on top of a canister, but
as it connects directly, it’s surprisingly stable. Plus, it can take a variety of pans, up to
10″. Of course, you still need to be careful as
part of the stability depends on the canister you use, but since it connects to just about
any threaded canister, you can choose your stability. It’s very fuel efficient and you have some
control over how much isobutane-propane you actually use. Sure, you may find better, but not with the
other positives in this package. You can take it anywhere and use it everywhere. It’s also sturdy and well-constructed. It also withstands daily use and lasts for
years. And for our last pick at number 5 we have
the Camp Chef Explorer 2 Burner Range. While the $93 price tag on this seems reasonable
for what you get, it’s important to keep additional purchases in mind. You’ll need to buy a propane tank and lighter,
to start. The large burners also aren’t accommodating
for a lot of cooking accessories, so you may have to purchase those from Camp Chef. In terms of specifications, this camping stove
is 34” tall, 9.5” wide, and 16.25” in length, so it provides a lot of space for
cooking meals, small and large. And while you might think a stove this long/tall
might be difficult to carry around, think again. Reviewers say this one breaks down nicely
into an easy-to-carry unit. With four legs on the ground and sturdy construction,
this camping stove provides plenty of stability when cooking. This camping stove runs strictly on propane,
which means fuel will be cheap, easy to light, fairly clean (i.e. less soot), and work well
in a variety of climates. Aside from issues some users have reported
with broken parts, everything about this stove appears to make it a super reliable pick. From its sturdiness to its all-weather capacity,
and its ease of use and proven track record in holding up to repeated use, this Camp Chef
stove is a great pick. So that sums up our top camping stoves of
2019. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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