Bass Pro Shops® High Output Propane Grill and Stove
- Convenient camp grill and stove combination
- High output 12,000 BTU burners under both the stove and grill
- 13'' x 10'' grill
- Smooth stainless steel drip pan makes cleaning easy
- Oversized frame allows use of large pots
- Piezo igniter
- High pressure regulator for smooth operation at any altitude
- Uses standard 16.4 oz disposable propane cylinder (not included)
The Bass Pro Shops® High Output Propane Grill and Stove increases your camp cooking ability, giving you both a high output stove and grill in one easy-to-use appliance. This cooker features two high-output 12,000-BTU burners specially designed for their application. The stove utilizes a traditional round stainless steel burner with a heavy duty cooking grate, while the grill features a tube-style burner to maximize heat distribution under the 13" x 10" grill. Oversized frame allows you to use large pots on the stove. Piezo igniter provides the convenience of match-free lighting. Smooth stainless steel drip pan makes cleaning easy. Both burners use a high pressure regulator for dependable use at any altitude. Uses any 16.4-oz. disposable propane cylinder (not included). Color: Deep Forest Green. Dimensions: 23'' x 12'' x 5''.
Manufacturer model #: 206-250-BP.
NOTE: Customer service help can be reached at 1-800-421-6131.
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punch holes in it with out hurting your self and toss in the trash......make sure it is indeed empty
When a cylinder is no longer fit for service, it will need to be properly disposed of. More than likely, the propane company or bottle filling attendant will inform the customer that the tank is no longer fit for service. Although the customer can take the bottle with them, it's better to just leave it with the company that condemned the tank. Propane companies know what needs to be done with the tank prior to disposal. This is the safest and best option for the customer. For more information or guidance about cylinder disposal, consumers can contact a propane company, fire department or a company specializing in propane tank and hazardous materials container disposal.