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Wanderer LPG Portable 2-Burner Stove with Grill $99 (Club Price, Was $229.99) + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ BCF


2 stainless steel burners with a fiery 11,000 BTU output
Premium surface combustion type grill burner
Compact, portable gas stove—perfect for camping
Fast boiling burners, adjustable to simmer
Piezo ignition for simple lighting
Side and rear windshields to contain heat and protect from wind
Powder coated construction with a compact fold-away design
Includes 600mm gas hose to connect to 3/8" left handed thread gas cylinder (not included)

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  • I hate using regulator bottles. POL only for me. Stable output from beginning to end.

    • +1

      Can you explain this please ?

      • I think pol is std lpg fitting, but does not have a regulator on the end?

      • +4

        Seems it's LCC 27 (new) vs POL (the old one, Prest-O-Lite) fittings. The latter has the thread inside the fitting on the bottle

        I found this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVn-eOm_MA8

        No idea how it affects the output though.

    • +2

      I'm really wanting to understand this comment - struggling to comprehend how a different fitting would change anything.

      • likewise, I can only see benefits

        as you screw the thingy in, it depresses the spring loaded back check valve and you get your flow

    • POL have a better regulator than 3/8 LH systems.

  • +2

    I would save money on shipping by not spending over $99?

    • +1

      Is this a question.

      • +2

        Is this a question?

        • Now that's a question.

      • +1

        The title said "$99 shipping when spending over $99" or words to that affect.

  • +7

    Was interested, but looking at the reviews. It seems it's only worth $99 at best and will break soon after.

    • Yep, 11,000BTU is not good output at all

      • Hmm, how about no! The details clearly articulate “fiery” which certainly would suggest output is enough to sizzle a snag or two.

    • +1

      Yes, well Wanderer is BCF's brand. So like all these companies that have their own brand, they run a super high RRP, and discount it by like 50% to make it look like a good deal. I don't buy any of these "own brands" because there are too many unknowns with them.

  • was $229.99 not $299 as per BCF website….

  • Camping and cooking at the same time. Some people like to live on hard mode.

    • +1

      As much as I agree with this, it's sometimes nice to have a hot meal.

    • +11

      Yeah I just use Uber eats when I'm camping

    • +2

      My stove is often purely a coffee machine

      • Sometimes I treat myself and use the stove for my Indo MiGorang instead of the microwave.

        • I mean while camping. But you nailed the only other use for it in many situations as well!

    • +1

      I eat better camping than I do at home lol

      bit of planning goes a long way, I use a firepit and/or hiking stove and thats it

    • We hunt buffalo with a toothbrush and floss…

      I have no idea why buffalo have a toothbrush or floss.

  • Are these camping stoves ever not shit ?

    Also there is plenty of these around the place for $50-$70

    • The grill feature makes this slightly better if that's your thing.

    • +1

      I've got a Companion high output camping stove and it's awesome. More than twice the heat output as this Wanderer junk.


      • Looks ok, but costs a lot more and no grill.

        • +2

          Better to buy something like what I have for an extra $70 that performs better and lasts longer.

          Given the low output, I doubt the grill on the Wanderer is very effective anyway. And no doubt the whole thing will stop working in a few years.

      • Everyone quotes a high BTU output….. but I find the problem with these stoves it they are all too damn hot. Even with cast iron you end up with rings around the burner incinerating the food. I want one that claims to have LOW controllable heat not high… how low does that go? because I do like most Companion gear. Cheers.

        • The Companion is highly adjustable, and can go quite low. Not as good as a stove at home of course, but pretty close in my experience.

    • If it doesn't have a regulator, it's sh!t. But they are compact, lightweight, and good at cooking water.

    • +1

      I use a Coleman Hyperflame and it's fantastic. I'm shocked how high the heat gets while managing to last a small gas bottle multiple trips.

  • Note, the grill is underneath, cooking from the top. It's like the grill setting in your oven, rather than a hotplate BBQ grill, which is what I was looking for.

    Shortcut to BCF Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgar1kNVQOE

  • Many reviews are not very complementary

  • +2

    Highly recommended. I am a Sydney landlord with 37 properties. I have these in the kitchens of all my tenanted properties and they seem to work fine. Tenants don't complain or I kick them out! Much cheaper than an installed stove system and I can still charge $850pw rent!

    • Well played

    • Time to buy another for property 38!

  • Would recommend a high pressure wok burner over this.

    • Camping with a 45kg LPG cylinder is hard

  • Camping stove is marginally better than the 12V (10amps) kettle from Aldi that takes 1hr to boil 1 ltr water. ( written on the box)

  • I have the Dune version of this stove. There is a fix for it where you remove the valves, wipe away some lube, and you then get awesome low flame.

    It is then a sensational stove. The grill is good for toast.

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