This stove is now being bundled by some with a carry bag and Camping Gaz regulator. It really needs either a carry bag or a handle and suitcase clips.
Go for Vario instead as this folds into its own case.
The burners are good performers at 2200 watts, which is about the minimum for UK weather. The grill is a bit underpowered at 1100 watts, some competitors have a 1500 watt grill, but only 1500 watt hobs. If you don't need a grill, then there are other cookers to consider, such as the Campingaz Camping Kitchen, which can be bought with a griddle, but if you need a grill for toast, then this is the only stove to go for. It also has a windbreak, which is a must. The controls have a simmer setting, which is very useful. You would be surprised how difficult it is to get a really small flame on other stoves.
No piezo ignition, and it probably would have been useful to have two different size burners for heat control. The Campingaz Camping Kitchen has two different hobs and better side wind shields.
Don't go for Camping Gaz's 2.7kg 907 cylinder with this stove as the maximum continuous offtake of this bottle is less than the output of all three burners at 5800 watts. Best to probably go for the Calor 3.9kg propane with screw in POL 105 regulator.