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Stephen Yoder

Steve Waterman wrote:<snip> What two burner plus over propane gimballed stoves are out there. I notice Dickinson only makes diesel cook stoves. Thanks,
Steve Waterman

Hi Steve,

We've been really happy with a consignment shop stove we bought. It's a "Gas Systems" brand and was originally a CNG stove. Before we bought it it had been converted to propane. Looking under the hood I see it's actually a Hellig stove made by Seaward (or is it a Seaward stove made by Hellig?). The oven thermostat actually works which is apparently a rare commodity on boat stoves. We can't reach the temperatures listed on the thermo but we do get up into the 400-425 range. And, unlike most small stoes we've used, this oven desn't burn the bottom of everything before the top is done. So, you might look at the Seaward line if this stove is any indication of their quality.


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