Rated 4 out of 5 by NPD4215 Additional Info
After contacting the manufacturer, they stood behind the stove and corrected the issues we have had with it. That being said, I would definitely do business with this company again and thank them for their prompt and appropriate attention to the issues we had with the product.
July 16, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by NPD4215 Not worth the money
It is a nice looking compact stove/grille combo. The bags handles tore first time we carried it n the seams on the bag tore. The grille portion had the coating come off the third time we used it. Not worth the money.
July 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by KarenInKansas Rainier Grill was a Great Addition!
I am new to camping and was a little nervous about giving up the comforts of home to sleep in a tent on the banks of the Current River near Eminence, Missouri. I picked up the Camp Chef Rainier Camper's Combo Grill/Griddle/Stove thinking I could always us it for soccer taiilgate parties if I didn't continue camping. Well, I LOVED the experience. We used the grill to heat up food that we had prepared at home, including breakfast burritos wrapped in aluminum foil, and grilled brats and burgers directly on the grill and placed a wire grilling basket full of fresh veggies coated with just Pam cooking spray and Italian seasoning. The final morning we tossed all of the leftovers in an iron skillet with eggs and had a great omlette. 2 weeks later we are heading out to Warsaw Missouri to camp. I definately will be packing this grill!
July 2, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Dr. davelp You get what you pay for.
Average product, won't last long. Bag handles broke the first time we move it. We did see that in a remove prior to purchase but - had hope...
May 11, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Camping
It worked great! Wished it was better quality. Eady to use!
May 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by CampoutUSA Great Stove for the value
I found this stove by searching several sites. This is what I have been looking as far as versatility, compactness and price. I have seen several stove with these option and they were pricey compared to this stove. It is a 2 burner stove with grill and griddle included in a storage bag. In fact, Dick's was cheaper and in stock at a local store than Walmart and it had to be shipped with charges.
April 16, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by camper7574 Great idea
The base unit works well, and is well made, but the griddle / grill / and bag are of very different quality. The light duty griddle and grill didnt fit correctly into the slots, and it was always a hastle to switch them. The cheap teflon was peeling off of both surfaces after the first use. It was very dissapointing to find that the griddle does not close into the unit and must be carried separately. That combined with the fact the "bag" is garbage took away from the coolness of the "all in one" idea.
December 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dean Good Stove
We lost power for two days. The was our only method of cooking. Worked great, and the grill came in handy.
November 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by GKJ Superstorm superb
I got this in preparation for Superstorm Sandy. Laughed when I got it home as the side of the box said it was approved for disaster preparedness kits. Easy set up with a little guidance from the directions. Great for stove top cooking replacement. Not big that you can do a lobster pot, but certainly enough to do a pot of mac and cheese. I just needed something to do a tea kettle.
November 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kevin the scout dad Great Camp Stove!
This is a nice set. Stove has a pot/skillet burner and a burner that includes both a grill and a griddle. Only need to connect the gas line to the stove and to a propane bottle. It heats up quickly and is easy to clean. Only drawback is that the set comes with a carrying bag, which has ripped at the seams everytime I've touched it. The bag is a good idea but practically useless since it is so cheaply made.
October 20, 2012