Eureka’s Ignite Plus is among the best-rounded models out there, featuring an excellent build quality, good simmer control, and a large 23-inch cooking space that can handle larger pans and pots. In contrast to its more cheaper competitors It’s the only one that Ignite Plus includes push-button ignition that keeps your hands from being engulfed by large explosions of flame. It also allows you to prepare your food more efficient. This isn’t a major issue for most users, but it’s an excellent feature we like when setting the camp. In the end to that, the Eureka includes all the essentials of a premium tabletop stove for camping.
The Eureka Ignite Plus does fall short in a key aspect: price. For less than $65 you can get an equivalent Coleman Triton below, which offers more power per burner, at 11,000 BTUs. But, the Triton does not have a push-button ignition while the Ignite Plus is an extra durable build, including premium metal latches, which be more resistant to usage and abuse. The Camp Chef Everest2X has twice the BTUs at a cost of $35 more. Eureka also offers a less expensive variant of Ignite ($115), which has a smaller cooking area and lower simmer control, however it’s still a great all-round option.