About the Camp Chef Brand
Camp Chef 4.375000 5 Average Rating:
Camp Chef became a reality in 1990 when engineer Ty Measom launched a brand specifically for people who love outdoor cooking. At the time, Ty felt outdoor cooking hardware was lacking and camp gourmets needed better equipment. The result was a two-burner Camp Chef stove featuring convenient side shelves. That stove, now called the Camp Chef Pro-60, is still the flagship model and has even won Consumer Digest’s Best Buy award. Over the years, this brand has grown to include Camp Chef fire pits, smokers, griddles and even a propane-powered Camp Chef oven. Cook up something great with Camp Chef.
Average Camp Chef Review (based on 16 reviews)
Verified Buyer Reviewed by TI from Idaho on Wednesday, July 26, 2017This is three stars for the product but maybe should be two. I received the first with a broken clip for the main metal table STP is awesome and bent over backwards to get me a new one before our trip. The next came, looked good and we headed out. Low and behold the same clip was broken and I had missed it. Product still works but it makes me concerned all will break before long. Other than the clip, which is rivited and can not be fixed it's a a very nice kitchen. Sent back
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mon from Montana on Thursday, December 29, 2016I got these for my boyfriend's younger brothers (10 & 13) and they loved them! The cookie was delicious, and they can take one of the skillets with them when they go camping! Great gift!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by tawkboyd from Idaho on Wednesday, November 16, 2016We bought this as a Christmas gift for one of our children. We liked it so much that we bought another for our child... The Cast Iron Skillets are worth more than we paid for the kit. The price was really good. We found it in a couple of stores after we had purchased the first one. One competitor was about twice the retail, the other was priced about 40% higher.
Camp Chef Outlet: Due to limited quantities, not all products are available in our Retail Stores.
Camp Chef Overstocks: inventory too high, had to be drastically reduced -- always first quality. Find out more about overstock items.
Camp Chef Closeouts: may be last year's model or color -- always first quality. Find out more about closeouts.
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