[ Ver­sa­tile camp­stove]


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Vet­eran stove­maker Primus has pro­duced a two-burner 9.9-pound gas stove per­fect for the car-camp­ing chef. This ver­sa­tile cooker runs on nor­mal 16.4-oz propane cylin­ders or smaller back­pack­ing gas can­is­ters, and comes com­plete with wind­screens and fold­out legs. The piezo ig­niter kept the matches to a min­i­mum; the in­cluded non­stick grid­dle plate meant you could grill burg­ers over one burner while pan-fry­ing sweet-potato fries on the other. Af­ter­wards, the drip tray slid out eas­ily to clean up any mess. The stain­less-steel con­struc­tion and slim size make the Tupike a sturdy, stow­able road-trip com­pan­ion. $229; primus.us

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