Get the pasta on the boil while keeping your sauce simmering gently with the Propane Double Stove from Companion.
This durable powder-coated stove has a total output of 10,000 BTU – that’s 5,000 BTU per burner. The removable chrome-plated trivets help to keep the design minimal and low profile, making it super easy for packing and storage. Operate with either a gas cartridge or gas cylinder using the included BOM Regulator/Gas inlet arm and with one dial per burner, simply adjust each flame to suit your cooking needs without any hassle. Also, you’ve got peace of mind in knowing that the unit has been assembled with proven gas stove components and has the added flexibility of propane or ULPG gas types.
So don’t forget to pack your Master Chef hat because the next time your camping, Companion’s Propane Double Stove will have you whipping up culinary delights that are sure to impress the judges.
Double chrome-plated burner
Total of 10,000 BTU output – 5,000 BTU per burner
Slimline low profile design
Removable chrome-plated trivet for easy storage
Assembled with proven gas stove components
Gas cartridge or gas cylinder operation
BOM Regulator/Gas inlet arm included
Carry bag included
In Use Dimensions:
43.2W x 19.7D x 7.5H cm | Add 17cm to width to include regulator & bottle
If I wanted to have a bit more distance between the stove and a disposable canister which hose should I buy?
Patrick - Waverley(1 year ago)
These stoves have been designed to use the disposable cylinder directly off the regulator arm next to the stove. If you feel the need to move the canister away you could use the BOM to 3/8" BSP hose (in the you might also like section), and then use a UNEF/BOM to 3/8" BSP adapter to connect the bottle at the end of the 1.5m hose. However this isn't really something we'd recommend, as you're adding an unnecessary adapter into the system, and each connection you add opens you up to the chance of springing a leak.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Can I use this with a 2kg gas bottle?1 answer
Love the dimensions of this, but not wanting to use a small gas bottle. Is there an adapter to use with a 3/8 connection on a 2kg bottle?