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Promoted 05-23-2016 by brisar at 06:58 AM View Original Post
REI.com has Camp Chef Everest 2-Burner Camp Stove on sale for $79.99. Shipping is free. Thanks digitoast

Amazon.com has Camp Chef Everest 2-Burner Camp Stove on sale for $79.99. Shipping is free.

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Edited May 23, 2016 at 01:59 PM by digitoast
REI is selling the Camp Chef Everest for $79.99 as part of it's Anniversary Sale. Amazon has matched. It's been 1-2 years since I've personally seen the price this low.

One of the best camp stoves out there, and greatly improves on the green Coleman stoves that you may have grown up with. It simmers very well and throws out 20,000 BTU on each burner. Outdoor Gear Lab reviewed [outdoorgearlab.com] this stove and gave it a very favorable score.

REI Link:
https://www.rei.com/product/82417...camp-stove
Amazon Link:
http://www.amazon.com/Camp-Chef-M...B004S3HDBO

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Kaarukun has pointed out that Jet.com now has it for $79.99 + FS to make it $67.99 + Tax after coupon woot
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Hi 4u2c. The Coleman has a combined BTU of 20k on both burners, vs the 20k each on the Camp Chef. I own two generations of Coleman (20 years old and 5 years old each) and they're great, but definitely slower to cook. I still keep them around, however, for the days that I want to throw on the mated griddle or oven accessories.

I suggest a read of Outdoor Gear Lab's very throrough review:
http://www.outdoorgearlab.com/Cam...ef-Everest

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You're not going to cart a 14 lb stove up Everest.
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Why not this one at half the price ?

http://www.amazon.com/Coleman-200...Camp+stove
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This would be good for hotpot at home! Smilie
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Why not this one at half the price ?

http://www.amazon.com/Coleman-200...Camp+stove
Hi 4u2c. The Coleman has a combined BTU of 20k on both burners, vs the 20k each on the Camp Chef. I own two generations of Coleman (20 years old and 5 years old each) and they're great, but definitely slower to cook. I still keep them around, however, for the days that I want to throw on the mated griddle or oven accessories.

I suggest a read of Outdoor Gear Lab's very throrough review:
http://www.outdoorgearlab.com/Cam...ef-Everest
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Why not this one at half the price ?

http://www.amazon.com/Coleman-200...Camp+stove

I have to agree. I have been eying this Everest for a few years (we camp 10-15 weekends a year). But you can find those 2-burner Coleman's so cheap, they are hard to resist. Every Garage Sale we go to in the summer has one for $5-10, and they have never let me down. Yes, Colemans are now made in China, or wherever, and they certainly are not the quality from yesteryear, but they get the job done. No biggie if we have to wait 2-3 extra minutes for water to boil, heck were camping.
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I have been researching camping grills for a couple months and from what I have gathered the coleman brand in general has gone down quite a bit in recent years, nothing like they were when my parents got theirs. For the price most people recommend to get the camp chef grill. I got mine a few hours ago from backcountry.com since they price match and there is no tax for me since they are in Utah.
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Before buying this stove, be sure to check out this one: http://www.amazon.com/Stansport-O...detailpage

It is practically identical, but $10 less.

I paid $68.99 last September. I have used it on two camping trips to the Okefenokee Swamp, and once during a day-long power outage. It has performed really well. Boils water incredibly fast, yet can still hold a low simmer on baked beans.
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Quote from .Mike View Post :
Before buying this stove, be sure to check out this one: http://www.amazon.com/Stansport-O...detailpage

It is practically identical, but $10 less.

I paid $68.99 last September. I have used it on two camping trips to the Okefenokee Swamp, and once during a day-long power outage. It has performed really well. Boils water incredibly fast, yet can still hold a low simmer on baked beans.
The Stanport one is not great. I bought it and used it for one trip before the ignitor failed. It's hard to go wrong with these things but somehow they managed it. It had some pretty rough rivetting work too. One of the rare times that a large number of good reviews were off the mark.
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I have to agree. I have been eying this Everest for a few years (we camp 10-15 weekends a year). But you can find those 2-burner Coleman's so cheap, they are hard to resist. Every Garage Sale we go to in the summer has one for $5-10, and they have never let me down. Yes, Colemans are now made in China, or wherever, and they certainly are not the quality from yesteryear, but they get the job done. No biggie if we have to wait 2-3 extra minutes for water to boil, heck were camping.
Arrgg! Yard Salers make Happy Campers ! Hope to pitch camp next to you sometime.
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Don't forget REI members get an additional 20% off with coupon.
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Don't forget REI members get an additional 20% off with coupon.
REIMEMBER2016 only works on full price or rei-outlet items. But you do get 5% back if you use their credit card. Amazon is a better deal unless you're in a non-taxed REI state such as Oregon.
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REIMEMBER2016 only works on full price or rei-outlet items.
Well that's just shitty
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