Camp Chef Outdoorsman High/Low Combo 2 Burner Stove

image loading
Camp Chef Outdoorsman High/Low Combo 2 Burner Stove
Camp Chef Outdoorsman High/Low Combo 2 Burner Stove
based on 4 reviews
Out of stock. More inventory may be available. Alert me when this item is back in stock.

This beefed up Outdoorsman stove will make all your large capacity cooking a breeze. If it is boiling seafood or spaghetti for the neighbors you have found the stove you need. This is a rugged stove built with our durable cloverleaf cooking surface pattern. Designed for a varied range of cooking: one 60,000 BTU/hr T-max burner for large capacity cooking and one 30,000 BTU/hr all-purpose burner for more delicate cooking.

•Cooking Dimensions: 14" x 32"

•Shipping Dimensions: 16.25" x 34" x 9.5"

•Shipping Weight: 42 lbs.

•105,000 Total BTU/hr.

•2 Cast Burners

•Drum-style Burner Housing

•Appliance-style Temperature Controls

•448 sq. inch Cooking Surface

•31 in. Convenient Cooking Height

•Cloverleaf Cooking Surface Pattern

•Detachable Legs

•3-Sided Windscreen

Brand: Camp Chef
Model Number: EX170LW
Catalog Number: 41244
Camp Chef Logo
More Camp Chef Items

Camp Chef was launched on the notion that there JUST HAD TO BE A BETTER WAY TO COOK OUTDOORS!

In 1990, Ty Measom, an engineer for a Logan fabrication company felt that there was an opportunity in the outdoor cooking market that wasn't being addressed. He recognized that many people were campers and had other outdoor cooking interests and still wanted to be able to grill and cook in the outdoors - not just on the patio. So began Camp Chef and the design of a stove that was versatile enough to address the needs of the avid outdoorsman and camper.

Camp Chef's first stove was the DB-60D, a powerful 2 burner stove with side shelves. It has changed some over the years but it is still the flag ship of the Camp Chef line renamed the Pro-60. The Pro-60's initial preview at a catering show created a buzz about the "NEW" way to cook outdoors. The PRO 60 eventually won Consumer Digest's Best Buy award.

Cold call sales came fairly easy because there was nothing like it on the market. One dealer at a time, one show at a time, one customer at a time; Camp Chef was born and its' tag line became "The Way to Cook Outdoors™".

Camp Chef continued to grow adding accessories that were designed to make cooking more convenient, versatile, and easy. Barbecue grill boxes, griddles, and carry bags all became part of the Camp Chef modular cooking system™.

Camp Chef entered the Cast iron cooking market in the year 2000 thanks to a customer whose Ultimate Dutch Oven worked very well on the stoves. Camp Chef has become renowned for its cast iron quality and the True Season finish it has on all it cast iron products. Besides the Camp Chef brand; Camp Chef now produces numerous private label cast iron pieces for several key outlets.

Camp Chef's latest adventure in the outdoor cooking market is our smokers, we have partnered with Browning to create the Browning Smoke Vault™. The smoke vault has the widest heat range available today.

Camp Chef is ever continuing to improve its' products and create new products that fulfill our customer's outdoor cooking needs.

Remember Camp Chef is where you are at! So take a trip around our web sight and discover for yourself, Camp Chef "the way to cook outdoors".


Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
By Bill V. from Two Rivers, WI
October 22, 2007

One fine piece of camping equipment! It just runs circles around anything I ever bought from the Coleman Company. It is heavy duty and built to last a lifetime of camping. I would recommend this unit to the very serious camper.

By Huu T. from San Jose, CA
April 21, 2006

It is a great stove. The high BTU burner cut down the cooking time.

By Jeff J. from Celina, TX
February 22, 2006

Does a good job. Slow cooks well on large diameter burner while providing a nice hard flame on the high pressure burner. Had some problem with the wind blowing the flame out so some wind guards might remedy that problem.

By Doug R. from Bel Air, MD
May 18, 2009

We bought it for our youth group camp outs. Have been able to use it once. So far it's worked out great. The grill is easy to set-up and very sturdy. One does have to be careful with the high BTU burner. It can be a little overkill for normal cooking. It's really designed to boil big pots of water. We bought a couple of griddles and couldn't cook bacon on the high side. It just burned it. We ended up turning off the burner and using the heat from the griddle to cook the bacon. It is pretty heavy, so it's ideally for car camping and tailgating. But good product all around. I would highly recommend buying the carrying case to make it easier to transport.

Write your own review and share your thoughts with other customers.

×