Companion 2 Burner Gas Stove
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The Companion 2 Burner Gas Stove is a basic and robust classic that has been around for decades! Featuring one powerful 8,600 BTU burner and one 6,400 BTU burner, built-in windshields and strong fold-over legs, this stove has everything you need in a camping stove. Companion 2 Burner Gas Stove is simple to use, good heat output and compact portable design make it a camping favourite! The strong robust design makes the unit durable and long lasting. It even comes with a 1000mm hose assembly that connects directly to 3/8 LH cylinder!
- Classic robust design
- 1 x medium 6,400 BTU burner
- 1 x large 8,600 BTU burner
- Chrome plated trivet
- Built-in windshields
- Complete with 1000mm LP gas hose assembly for direct connection to 3/8" BSP LH cylinder
Size: 465L x 285W x 90Hmm
Gas Consumption: 136/180 gm/h
Burner Performance: 6,400/8,600 BTU
Reviews of Companion 2 Burner Gas Stove
Companion 2 Burner Gas Stove(3) By: ChrisD on 28 November 2018This twin burner stove has good simmer control. In conditions of light to no wind the flame has a wide range of adjustment from full-on to a very slow simmer, just like a regular gas stove at home. The simmer control becomes more difficult as the wind increases and i noticed some loss of heat transfer to the pot/pan when in stronger breezes, even with the side shields up. The stove itself feels solid and fairly well made. For the price it seems quite good and certainly does the job cooking out bush. My only complaint is that the hose supplied with my stove started leaking after the first 7 days of use. You could hear the gas escaping where the hose connects into the stove. I had the hose tested at a BBQ Galore store and they confirmed it was the hose leaking, so i had to spend another $30 on a quality Australian made gas hose. No issues with the stove since. Overall 3 stars but would give it 4 if not for the quality of the hose.
Tentworld ResponseGlad you're happy with your new stove! Breezes can affect it, for best results try have the back of the stove facing into the wind. However, in strong winds you will notice a decline in performance. Try find shelter if you can. In regards to the hose. Really sorry to hear of the troubles you have had with that. If you still have the hose, please feel free to return the hose to us and we'll investigate the issue and exchange this for you. This is definitely not to be expected with the stove. Sorry about this. Kind Regards, Tentworld team.