Customer Reviews Of:
Texsport Travel 'n' Trail Dual-Burner Camp Stove - Propane
Closeouts. From the camp site to the park to the back patio, you'll be grillin' away with Texsport's Travel 'n' Trail dual-burner stove. This smartly constructed stove lets you choose between burner and grill grates, and it can use a 16.4-ounce propane cylinder or 20-pound propane tank for fuel. Its fold-and-go base makes for hassle-free transport!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Michaelm76 from California on Sunday, August 6, 2017Can't complain about the stove (except that some of the enamel on the lid was chipped off already when it arrived). But the "travel legs" are very poorly designed. The are quite wobbly, lacking enough ways to secure it in both "travel" mode and "Table" mode, with one miss-aligned latch on only one side. You need to add bands or straps to secure it or the "wheeled legs" separate from the "handle" legs when trying to pull it. There is no place to store or connect the grill grates, the have to be transported separately. The grease-catch is very hard to remove, allowing for spillage when you want to clean it out.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by tight wade from iowa on Saturday, July 22, 2017nice idea but cheaply made
no gas shut off where tank is connect,gas only controlled by burner valves.
used for a week camping and was serviceable. .
if it last three years,I will be happy.
for the price its a good value.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by GCH from Vermont on Saturday, June 3, 2017Delivery was quick and product in excellent condition. Looking forward to using it at our wedding celebration camping in two weeks. Like the extra grates that come with it and the price was awesome.
Reviewed by CamperBarb from Kansas City MO on Monday, June 13, 2016We are going camping and our old Dualfuel Coleman just gave up. i saw this beauty and deliberated a few days between this and a Triton. Wish I had gone with my gut and bought the Coleman!
The workmanship is absolutely not ok. There are zero instructions until you open the stove itself (which is no easy matter). The wheels went on the base with tiny cheap clips and the holes for the clips were manufactured so that the wheels are on inside out on one side. If you enjoy the pain and frustration of smashed hands and fingers trying to get this baby to stand: then this is for you! It took me, my husband and several different contortions of the lid to get to the actual instructions. Unfortunately, we have to take this clumsy, terribly made behemoth with us. If I am writing from beyond the grave due to some freak camp stove explosion, I blame this piece of ill fitted, hard to use Chinese made junk. If you have better results with your purchase, feel free to write your accolades and make me feel better that we just got a lemon. Good Luck!