Comes with regulator for 1 lb disposable bottles (not included) - use right out of the box!
Stainless steel construction with nonstick enamel cooking surfaces
Oven operates for 7 hours at 350°F on one 1 lb propane bottle
Bring total cooking capability with you into the outdoors with the Camp Chef Camp Oven and Stove. This two burner stove and oven combo delivers wonderful cooking capability in a compact, easy to transport, 12'' x 21'' x 16'' package. The twin burners produce up to 5300 BTUs each, and features brass construction for long lasting durability and performance. The 3500 BTU oven offers a spacious 10'' W x 16'' L x 8'' H cooking space with two oven racks and an oven thermometer. The camp oven comes with a regulator for 1 lb disposable propane bottles (not included) and is ready to cook right out of the box. Both stove and oven feature matchless ignition for easy starting. Heavily insulated oven can run for 7 hours at 350°F on a 1 lb. propane bottle (not included). Stainless steel construction with nonstick enamel cooking surfaces. This 35 lb. cooking setup features a folding lid for safe and easy transport. Can be used with 20 lb. bulk propane tank with adapter (not included). This convenient easy to use camp oven is perfect for any outdoor adventure!
Manufacturer model #: C-OVEN.
The Camp Chef Camp Oven Carry Bag is sold separately and can be found through an item search for item number 38-614-994-63
Rated 5 out of 5 by Deerhuntinwithbigd Awsome product
Purchased this stove this past summer(July 2010) from bass pro. I bought this stove to take down to Southern Illinois for deer season this fall and it was an added plus to base camp this year. Have always used the coleman fuel stoves in the past and they worked fine but this stove is a definite step up for cooking. The stove worked great and had no trouble with it what so ever. At the time of purchase i also bought the hose extension for a 20lb. bottle and the carring bag that the stove can be stored in. Was nice to not have to worry about matches or fuel to get the stove to run. Had the stove on our cook table and the bottle under table out of site and out of the way. One turn of the handle and we had a flame for cooking weather it was for heating water or baking in the stove. Great product!! I look forward to using this stove in the future!!
November 24, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by coloradohunting camp oven
I purchased this oven for camping and hunting high altitude it work much better than exspected high alt didnt prsent any problems meals made at home warmed great from frozen aprox 1hr camp prepaired cooked exelent light wieght helped with gear load all day meals turned out perfect 10hr roast super the only problem the feet on the oven are desined for martha stewart very cheap (after all this is outdoor camping gear) they broke off before the oven was ever up camping before any use ever took place!!!!
October 31, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by rmcguire Very neat.
I'm a organization freak so having everything in one unit is great. As with any stove or oven using gas you will have to practice a little. Baked the large canned biscuits the first trip and they turned out better than my oven at home. I use a 20lb. tank and hose and place them on a cart to move from my cargo trailer to the camp kitchen area. They stay on the cart so its almost like having a rolling kitchen. Would give it four stars but the oven is a bit small.
July 30, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by babyrunk bakin biscuits for some sausage gravy
Ma I just say some of my friend and i got together at the river this weekend it was a big hit with everyone there thanks bass pro
July 18, 2010
The Camp Chef Camp Oven is extremely well insulated allowing you to bake more with less fuel. This insulation also makes the oven more difficult to cool down once a high temperature has been reached. For best results its best to use the included thermometer as a guide, the temperature control knob is only marked with a high and low indication, so a little trial and error will be needed to find the exact temperature you desire. If you find the oven getting too hot, open the oven door a bit to allow some hot air to escape. Like all ovens, the Camp Chef Camp Oven has different heat zones depending on rack height and location within the oven. A little trial and error will also be need to help find the optimal baking location in your oven and to know where heat zones exist .
Mine has kept going in pretty strong winds. How high do you have the flame? Mine will boil several pots of water before I need a new canister. Last time I brought snow to a boil 9 times at 5500 ft. And prior to that brought glacial runnoff to a boil the same amount of times at 11,000 ft. So something's got to be odd with yours.
They say your not supposed to use it indoors, but if you have proper ventilation indoors I would use it, if you have an exaust fan that's even better. But Please do not use in a enclosed area with out a window or vent.
If you use it inside, you must have adequate air intake and it must be vented. Otherwise you may end up as a newspaper article about asphyxiated campers. You CAN safely use a catalytic heater inside because they do not give off carbon monoxide
I personally don't think so! The regulator is designed to keep a steady set pressure & flow of gas down stream of regulator to the burners, then you use the control nobs to adjust your flame. The regulator was designed for that portable size stove/oven. You can connect a propane tank that you use on barbeque outdoor grill, just buy the converter hose to to connect it to the regulator. If you are not sure call the manufacturer and please be careful!
I can't tell from the pictures, but if it is designed to use the 1 lb disposable propane bottles you can get a hose that connects to the large tanks and has a fitting on the other end that is the same as the small bottles. Try Bass Pro Shops!! :)
In these hard economic time's save your money. You can use the very same pans that you use at home as long as they fit. Just remember the thickness of the pans. The cast iron pots and pans are great and durable If you can afford to buy them, then that's all good.