Camp Chef Rainier 2 Burner Stove with Griddle

Camp Chef Rainier 2 Burner Stove with Griddle
Camp Chef Rainier 2 Burner Stove with Griddle
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Rainier 2 Burner Stove with Griddle by Camp Chef
Nobody craves a cold energy bar when waking up at the campsite. Pancakes, eggs, and a sunrise' Now that's perfection you can't find at home. Camp Chef's Rainier 2 Burner Stove with Griddle is an ideal mini-kitchen portable enough to take to every campsite, tailgate, hunting or scouting trip and convenient enough to make just about any breakfast you could make at home (if you get creative enough). Two separate burners, a stove and a griddle, allow you to make breakfast and boil water at the same time. Leave the dangerous matches at home: the Rainier 2 lights itself quickly and easily every time. Attach a one pound propane cylinder and you're ready to impress your friends and family with the best camp breakfast they've every had. The lightweight aluminum, non-stick griddle, foldable windscreens, and carry handles make the Rainier 2 easy to pack away in minutes and stow away until the next feast.

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SKU: CCF000E
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