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Details & Specs
Easy to use, efficient and with a handy hotplate included – the Travelmate II Twin Stove from Gasmate can be fired up to cook a meal in your backyard or at the campsite.
This stove has twin burners that provide 18MJ/h of heat with a rotary piezo ignition for easy lighting. Conveniently, this unit runs from a separately available 220g butane cartridge and has a twin overpressure safety device that ejects the cartridge to cut the gas supply off if overpressure occurs. This stove is also gas certified to Australian standards, is made from durable enamel-coated steel, with a stainless steel spill tray with flame protection and a non-stick case aluminium hotplate for versatile cooking.
Just pop the Travelmate II Twin Stove from Gasmate into its carry and storage case with the rest of your gear, and you’ll be ready for a quick barbie or weekend getaway.
Comes fully assembled
Gas certified to Australian standards
Twin burner produces 18MJ/h of heat
Twin overpressure safety devices
Enamel spill tray with flame protection
Rotary piezo ignition
Uses a separately available 220g butane gas cartridge
Carry and storage case included
In Use Dimensions:
68.5L x 28W x 13H cm (includes hotplate)
69L x 30W x 12H cm (includes hotplate)
High Temperature Powder Coated Steel | Stainless Steel | Cast Aluminium Hotplate
BTU Per Burner:
2 x 8,500 BTU
No. of Burners:
Staff tip:Butane stops vaporising at -0.5°C (its boiling point) and Isobutane continues vaporising down to -11.6°C. Depending on the blend of the fuel you are using, you may experience different levels of performance at low temperatures.