Is this SS Stove any good?

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Is this SS Stove any good?

Postby mikeschn » Wed Jul 04, 2007 6:11 am

I'm hoping to get a stainless steel stove for my birthday. Has anyone used this Century stove? Is it any good?


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Postby SteveH » Wed Jul 04, 2007 7:49 am


Don't know about that one, but I have the Brinkman and I am happy with it. ... oves&id=21
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Postby Denny Unfried » Wed Jul 04, 2007 8:04 am

Mike, it appears to be the same stove as the black version which I use. Love mine and it's very thin and with the stainless top it's easy to clean. I noticed that Grant Whipp used the Century for his fold away stove drawer possibly because of it's thinness. My only complaint is that really small diameter pots aren't too stable.
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