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Thumbs up Check this out: Oven & 2 Burner Range @ $278.00!

Saw this at the Bass Pro Shop last night, since I'm looking at stoves for our boat, it caught my eye...at less than $300.


Outdoor Camp Oven 2 Burner Range and Stove - Camp Chef - The Way to Cook Outdoors

Make a good mount/gimble for it and perhaps a few other mods you could have a decent oven & 2 burner stove.

3500 BTU Oven & 5300 BTU each burners. Compared to a Force 10 at 5100 BTU Oven & 8200 & 3400 burners, also the Force 10 has a broiler and a price tag around $1000

Um...makes ya think...what am I missing besides a name brand?

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I'm guessing materials that will stand up to the salt air marine environment. Does say stainless construction however, but I'll bet there's lots of parts that will rust pretty quickly.
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Ah ha...I just found out why one shouldnt use it on a boat...

4. For OUTDOOR use only. Do
NOT use in a building, garage
or any other enclosed area. Do
NOT use in or on recreational
vehicles or boats. NEVER use this

appliance as a heater.


Then they say...This camp oven is loaded with features. It is just perfect for your cabin, summer camping, or RV

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Then they say...This camp oven is loaded with features. It is just perfect for your cabin, summer camping, or RV

Ya!.. out on the porch or on the picnic table...

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I've seen non-marinized ovens used before in boats...they all seem to rust fairly quickly at places like hinges, etc, which aren't stainless steel.

But as far as using it on a boat or in a cabin, I don't see why it wouldn't work....almost all boat ovens are non-vented. They are talking strictly about the oven's using of cabin oxygen and the creating carbon monoxide during the combustive process...resulting in a low oxygen, CO rich environment....the same you'd have for any oven that's non-vented. Simple solution, open a port if you're going to bake for a long time.

EDIT: I'd like to get a hold of one of those LITTLE glass-doored, gimballed ovens made by Origo. No longer made, I think. They used the same type of safe Origo burner as the very popular Origo 3000 stove.

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Its missing the littel things like the thermocouples to shut off the gas if the flame goes out

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There's a similar (might be the same) oven for sale at Costco right now. Given that you can buy 3 for the price of one Force 10, it might be a good deal for someone on a budget.

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It is also missing

- pot holders
- lips on the oven racks
- a door that swings under the unit

I was on a Hunter that has an RV stove as standard equipment - it was also missing all that. In addition, it was installed in a manner that prevented the unit from gimballing completely; the oven door handle collided with the grab handle.

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if the thing had an epic fail due to the lack of those thermocouplers you might have a real hard time with your insurance company.

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if the thing had an epic fail due to the lack of those thermocouplers you might have a real hard time with your insurance company.

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