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Old 07-30-2021, 06:54 PM   #1
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Confirmed Eno 3 burner cooktop for 21C

We will be getting an Eno cooktop as an upgrade to the Dometic D21 that is likely to be replacing the scary sounding Suburban as the standard 2 burner cooktop.
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Old 07-31-2021, 12:22 AM   #2
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If I may ask.......

Price for such option?
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Old 07-31-2021, 12:37 AM   #3
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It is listed on our build sheet at $313. Taking into account credit for the Suburban or replacement Dometic 2 burner, I am guessing that the pricing comes in close to the street price for the Eno at West Marine which is $419 IIRC.
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any pictures of the new cook top?
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any pictures of the new cook top?
Itís probably this one
https://www.westmarine.com/buy/eno-s...ktop--11853108
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That is nice looking, pricey too.....
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Itís a step above the RV market stuff, and still a step below the Dickinson. I looked at it in case the Dickinson would not fit flush over the convection / micro. I ended up buying the Dickinson. My plan was actually the 2 burner ENO.
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I may get the 2 burner model https://www.westmarine.com/buy/eno-s...0?recordNum=16
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Do you know if the cut out for the standard dometic 2 burner is the same as the Eno 2 burner?
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Dometic D21
17 .875" 13 .75"

Eno 2 burner
18 3/8" Width x 3 1/4" Height x 13 1/4" Depth
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I ended up buying the Dickinson. My plan was actually the 2 burner ENO.
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The two-burner looks like a good way to cut 2" off of the depth (the smaller horizontal dimension) and $100 USD (or $153 CAD) off of the cost, losing only the smallest burner and providing more space between the controls and the large burner. On the other hand, the omitted burner has the lowest heat output (1 kW; 3400 BTU/h), and may be better for simmering than the remaining mid-output burner (1.75 kW; 6000 BTU/h)... does anyone know how well the Eno burners turn down?

Eno is a French company, but it acquired Force 10 (of Canada) in 2006; I don't know if these stoves are originally a Force 10 product. The same drop-in cooktops appear on both on the Eno Marine website as the "KOS" flush/built-in models and the on the Force 10 website as the gas cooktop series. The Eno Marine version includes an optional glass lid version.

A Canadian source of Eno stoves, for pricing:
Eno at Steveston Marine and Hardware
They're $769.97 and $616.97 CAD at Steveston.

As a yachting product, pot holders are available and the two-burner is available gimballed, for those who like to camp on extreme terrain.
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Old 07-31-2021, 06:37 PM   #13
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Do you know if the cut out for the standard dometic 2 burner is the same as the Eno 2 burner?
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Dometic D21
17 .875" 13 .75"

Eno 2 burner
18 3/8" Width x 3 1/4" Height x 13 1/4" Depth
Based on the D21 installation manual, those appear to be the cutout dimensions for the Dometic D21 (350 x 455 mm), and the overall dimensions for the Eno 2-burner.

For the Eno 2-burner:
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Cutout Size: 1"H x 17-3/4"W x 12-3/4"D
So the Eno should have a slightly (1/8") shorter and significantly (1") narrower cutout. The dimensions in the longer direction should work, but the shorter overall dimension of the Eno (13.25") won't even cover the corresponding cutout of the D21 (13.75").

The cutout for the Eno 3-burner is likely about 14.75", so a D21 cutout could likely be enlarged 1" in one direction to fit the Eno 3-burner.
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