Product Preview: Camp Chef Stryker 150

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posted on September 14, 2017
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Equally suited for a low-impact camping trip or for emergency use as part of a bug-out kit, the Camp Chef Stryker 150 is a compact, propane-powered stove that can be taken anywhere. The entire unit—including the heating element, an insulated 1.3-liter pot with lid and three-legged stand sized to hold a 16.4-oz. propane tank—fits inside a mesh carry bag and weighs only 1 lb., 6 ozs. Capable of bringing a half liter of water to boil in only two minutes, the Stryker 150 features matchless ignition and a one-year warranty. Price: $80. Contact: Camp Chef; (800) 650-2433; campchef.com.

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