RidgeRyder Dual Burner Portable Butane Gas Stove Review
This is quite a nice Twin Burner Stove BBQ setup made by RidgeRyder. I put this dual burner RidgeRyder Stove to the test at Lysterfield Lake, in Victoria. I cooked a couple of shashlik's and one egg, as you will see in my video I only had one Egg - ( I dropped the egg container off camera)
The steel Hot Plate has an even spread of heat from the twin burners 8,000BTU each giving a total of 16,000BTU across the plate.
Each side of the Stove has a separate Gas Cylinder, we had around 40 minutes of cooking time at around the 3/4 mark on the knobs. After cooking our lunch, there was approximately half of the gas left in the cylinder.
One thing to remember when you go to National Parks for a BBQ, some will not permit solid fuel burners, so this is where this portable gas stove really proves it's worth.
Owning a Portable Gas BBQ Stove is your legal option to have a nice hot meal in these National Parks that prevent solid fuel burning.
Having the ability to pull up, find a picnic table, and basically start cooking where you sit, is something I really enjoyed.
RidgeRyder Dual Burner Portable Butane Gas Stove
My thoughts on this cooker. It performed quite nicely in mild windy conditions at Lysterfield Lake Park in Victoria near where i live, as seen in my YouTube Video above. The cost of Ridge Ryder Gas Cartridges are very affordable from SuperCheap Auto. I definitely give this product a Thumbs Up.