Camp Chef SHPRL

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This convenient lightweight single burner stove is equipped with a maximum output burner. It has all the power of the bigger stoves and folds up for compact storage. The 60,000 BTU/hr high pressure system heats up water in a hurry. This functional stove is great for emergency preparedness and heating mass amounts of liquid and keeping them boiling.

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    4 of 5 | January 7, 2013 at 08:36 PM Good burner for the price.

    Price: $44.00

    Pros: Inexpensive

    Cons: Might not be able to handle very large boils.

    Recommended? Yes

    This is my first burner, so I have nothing else to compare to besides my glass top electric stove, but I still give this burner a thumbs up.

    I've only got a 5 gallon boil kettle, but this burner brought a full 5 gallons to boil in 26 minutes. After my experiences with my electric stove, I am impressed. It's also very powerful; I scorched the first extract batch I did on it, as well as had a boilover, because I wasn't quite used to the regulator. Lesson learned!

    I've done two full boils on it now (once to remove the chlorine, and once for wort), and I think it has done really well. I'm not sure about the gas usage yet; time will tell.

    If you're looking for an inexpensive burner to get started with, this is a good one to go with.