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Thread: Camp Chef Expedition 2X 2 Burner Camp Stove at Costco

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    They also have the camp chef outdoor camp oven for 169.99 and a nex grill for 109.99. I am starting from scratch and te wife told me I could get a stove. Is this the way to go (the camp chef model stove) or should I go with something else?
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    Got mine at Costco few years ago and paid only $99. Heavy but well built and cooks well. You'll want the side tables and bbq box though. They also have the oven which I'm thinking about picking up.

  3. #13
    We just bought this from Costco a coupe weeks ago and LOVE it!! After trying the smaller griddle (on an entire breakfast) that came with it, we bought the full size steel griddle, now I feel like a chef. Our original intent for this stove was to take it camping but I feel we're going to get more use from it on our rear deck. Did I mention We LOVE it? Already found a restaurant supply store and bought a bunch of griddle accessories, tuner/spatulas, steam cover, etc. We still need to order the quick disconnect hose to hook the stove up to our RV's supply and eventually the carry bags.



  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by brentbba View Post
    It is a good price. I've had the Expedition 3x (3 burner) with the 2 burner cast iron griddle (not the steel ones they have now), 2 burner box grill, side shelves, rolling carry case, etc. and have been contemplating selling and downsizing to this model at Costco. Larger one was great cooking for a half dozen or so dads in scouts, but for myself, it's just too much and too big. Great unit for a family!
    How long ago did you get the cast iron two burner griddle? I'd love to have one, I wonder how it differs from the steel as far as heat transfer?

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    I have had the 2 burner Camp Chef for about 7 years now. It is a grate stove for larger groups. It is heavy with the double griddle. I do only use it when I have the larger groups do to the weight.
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    I aso picked up this stove from Costco. I haven't used it yet but my understanding was that it came with the carrying case.

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    No the case isn't included, this should be the one that fits. http://www.amazon.com/Camp-Chef-Carr...6432952&sr=8-6

    I ordered the 8' RV quick connect hose yesterday. I love this stove/griddle!

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColtonA7X View Post
    I aso picked up this stove from Costco. I haven't used it yet but my understanding was that it came with the carrying case.
    No, mine did not come with a case.. I bought the one off amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by locknload View Post
    How long ago did you get the cast iron two burner griddle? I'd love to have one, I wonder how it differs from the steel as far as heat transfer?
    Several years ago - Costco 3x came with the cast iron griddle at the time. Can't compare a steel one as I've always tended toward the indestructable cast iron.
    Brent
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