Camp Chef Ranger II Blind Stove

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Camp Chef Ranger II Blind Stove is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 14.
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Camp Chef Ranger II Blind Stove
Camp Chef Ranger II Blind Stove
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The compact and lightweight Camp Chef® Ranger II Blind Stove is perfect for your next camping adventure! The Ranger II is extremely portable, but packs a lot of power. Each burner powers 17,000 BTUs/hour so you can cook up a great breakfast, lunch or dinner while enjoying the outdoors. The fully adjustable heat control dials allow you to control the amount of heat. A regulator and 5’ hose are included.

FEATURES:

  • Compact size for camping
  • Lightweight design for easy transport
  • Cast aluminum burner
  • 17,000 BTUs
  • Fully adjustable heat control dials
  • Includes regulator and 5’ hose
  • For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-800-650-2433.

    SPECS:

  • Total output: 34,000 BTUs/hr (17,000 each burner)
  • Dimensions: 12.5”L x 19.5”W x 5”H
  • Burner grate dimensions: 8” x 8”
  • Weight: 15 lbs
  • One year manufacturer’s warranty
  • Model #: BS40C
  • Brand: Camp Chef
  • Country of Origin: Imported

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great little stove with a lot of BTU's I used this little stove last October when I went camping and fly fishing in the northern wilderness with my two adult children. I marveled at the BTU performance, especially when boiling water for hot drinks. Having two burners allowed me to cook a stew or fry up bacon and eggs on the other burner. The convenience of having auto ignition that works every time is a plus. I rated this two burner stove a "4" because it doesn't come with a wind screen and requires a heat diffuser on top of the burner head if you want to simmer chili or a thick stew. The high output burners will scorch your food if you're not attentive while cooking. To solve that problem, I purchased a heat diffuser from a hardware store for a few bucks and I made a stand alone heat shield from some scrap aluminum sheet. Problem solved. Great little stove!
Date published: 2018-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for.... I had been looking for something to use with my camper "quick connect" propane system. We like cooking and heating food outside the camper. My first thought when seeing this advertised was, "Dang....that is an expensive two burner stove." Then I bought TWO other pieces of junk. Neither worked, one arrived broken. For what I paid for those two pieces of junk, I could have gotten this in the first place. The stove arrived quickly after I placed the order and we took it out that weekend for a quick camping trip. My initial impression is that this is a quality piece. Heavy, well built and so far, it works flawlessly. I also purchased the camp chef propane house for use with our quick connect. It also works perfectly with the stove. This is exactly what I was looking for and I look forward to using it for many years to come.
Date published: 2016-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This stove rocks!!! I had been a Colman girl all my life (just an fyi), I read the reviews on this stove and decided to purchase one for this summers camping trip. All I can is wow! my husband talked about how great the stove was for days. This stove I would consider military grade. It is rugged (yes heavy too), but easy to use and feels just like you are cooking on a gas stove at home. My husband and I both lament about how well products used to be made "in the olden days" and how every thing today is made to last a couple of months...well not this stove, this stove will get passed on to our kids.
Date published: 2013-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Grill on Steroids This grill is amazing! I cooked breakfast, lunch and dinner using this grill during last camp outing in the California Redwoods, and it outperformed expectations. 17.5 BTU burners (each), this stove doesn't hold back. I used Lodge cast iron cookware with this stove - a marriage made in camping heaven, and the food cooked in 1/2 the time regular stoves and gas grills take. Highly recommend purchasing this stove for all camping kitchens or picnics.
Date published: 2013-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly recommend the Ranger II for its durability and light weight. Well worth the price. I really like this stove. I have a two burner, but it does not have the housing. If the wind is right the flames would go out on lower heat. With the housing on the Ranger II, I had no problem with wind. The stove type knobs offer easy flame control and lighting. Light weight enough for transport, and durable. With its durability and light weight you can cook just about anywhere. On a past hunting trip I used it to cooked eggs, bacon and coffee off the tailgate of my truck. Only thing is missing is a handle so it can easily be carried with one hand, allowing you to carry the propane in the other. My other two burner from Camp Chef does not have the housing. Had to keep an eye on it so on low the flame wouldn't go out. I loved it. But after getting the Ranger II I take it instead unless I'm going with a bigger group and need two stoves. With the ignitor, my boys are able to get the stove going in the am to start the water for hot coco and coffee. Just can't be any easier.Highly recommend the Ranger II stove from Camp Chef. Another of their durable effective products.
Date published: 2016-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product! Love this stove! We are using it with our travel trailer and no longer need to cook inside. We also are using it outside when we are at home, it sure beats heating up the inside of the house during the summer.This stove has the power and burner control to go from boil to simmer and anything in between. Fantastic for cooking with cast iron as well.
Date published: 2014-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Stove Is AMAZING!! Was very impressed with this product. The heat output was very good. Could heat a small building with this stove if needed. Was very useful outdoor with adjustable wind flaps(kind of hard to get to, behind front panel). Is very stable and portable. Comes with regulator and hose for 20 lb cylinder(wrench included), and extra knob. Would definitely recommend this product, not just because it works great but also for excellent price.
Date published: 2014-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for use with an RV or trailer Some RV's, such as my Escape fiberglass trailer, have a quick-release connector for cooking outdoors using the RV's own low-pressure propane. Ranger II works great for this: just remove the pressure regulator from the Ranger II supply hose, or use a different hose. Here's a tip: make sure you regulate the fuel-air mixture before first use. Otherwise you might coat your pots with black soot and waste fuel. Just rotate (by hand, no tool needed) the round metal plates with the holes in them behind each dial. Turn the unit upside down to see how they work. Yellow flame indicates that the mix needs more air (make the hole bigger in the plate), flame too loud and jumpy indicates that it needs less (make the hole smaller). Regulation of heat is excellent. Just going by the feel of the dial, you can change from High to Medium to Low without danger of turning off the flame. To use Warm, which is next to Off, you'll have to be more careful, but Low will probably be low enough for most purposes. Built-in lighter is perfect, although you might need to spark it twice (no button to push, just turn it past High) when lighting it for the first time after the gas in the hose has been burned off. It worked well enough without an added windscreen on my first 10-day trip to the mountains, but for use in the deserts of the Southwest where campsites are often more exposed to the wind I might make myself one (probably out of cookie sheets hinged together). As far as I can tell, there is no Camp Chef windscreen available for it.
Date published: 2018-07-25
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