campingaz,double burner.

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  1. bilimanjaro

    bilimanjaro Read Only Funster

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    i am looking for a double burner,,
    anyone tried one of these..Campingaz Xcelerate™ 400S Double Burner Stove..wondered if there worth the extra cost..
    thanks in advance..
     
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    is this for use out doors?as many camping stoves come with not to be used indoors in the instructions
     
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    They are an outdoor stove, expensive but proved popular, depends on what and how much you need to cook as there are plenty of cheaper two burner gas rings about.

    http://www.johnscross.co.uk/products/campingaz-xcelerate-400-st-stove.html

    Kampa Alfresco Double Gas Burner and Grill

    Royal Double Burner With Lid & Windshield

    Campingaz Camping Duo Grill CV Stove

    Click on title to view details etc

    Peter
     
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    We bought the Xcelerate with the grill as well. I wouldn't bother with the grill as its too small to be of any use, but the wind protector thingy on the hobs is good. We also bought wind breaks on Ebay, small concertina aluminium windbreaks that Cliff fits onto the stove with clips, works really well.
     
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    yes, I've read that, and it's on most camping stoves.. which is nonsense.. there is no difference between an indoor and outdoor cooker.. it's to cover their ares in case of law suits..

    It's no different to a normal gas cooker.. they all give off CO, which means they should only be used with adequate ventilation.. common sense really.. use a two burner stove in a small two man tent and you will be dead soon.. hence the warnings..
     

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