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Coleman Bottle Top Propane Stove,Green,6.62″ H x 7.81″ W x 7.75″ L…

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When you’re looking for a compact stove to take on the trail, pack the Coleman Bottle Top Propane Stove. The cooking surface fits an 8-in. pan above a fully adjustable burner that delivers up to 10,000 BTUs of cooking power. The PerfectFlow technology will keep the heat steady, and you’ll use…

3 reviews for "Coleman Bottle Top Propane Stove,Green,6.62″ H x 7.81″ W x 7.75″ L…"

  1. :

    I mostly use this to boil water when I’m camping……I refill my small tanks. I purchased one about 15 years ago that got swept away in a Gully Flood. Bought this to replace it. Looks the same. Not the same.. Good idea, but has the same poor quality construction I find in most things from Coleman in recent years. The attitude of “let’s make it as cheap as possible”, found in most “made in China” equipment they produce, leaves me unimpressed. The internals of the valve mechanism are all plastic, feel loose and do not give me a feeling of confidence when I turn the valve off. As always, when not in use, the Tank and Stove must be separated. Why not use a quality valve? I would have paid an extra $15.00 – $25.00 for this product to get better quality. I have simple propane soldering torches that screw to the top of the tanks, with 10 times the quality for about the same money. Coleman wants you to break the valve, then throw away the unit and get another? Sad that so many people here accept poorly engineered products these days and give 5 stars to everything they purchase. Not a happy Camper. I won’t buy another. UPDATE…09/22/2016 Found a much better quality product with similar design by MARTIN mfg in Quebec….Bought it.

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    I purchased this stove for emergency use in our home should we loose all power. It works fine. One of the issues for me was burn time. I did my own experiments and came up with the following:Boil time for (2 cups water) = 8 min on (Simmer) = 5.5 hrs burn time per canister.Boil time for (2 cups water) = 4 min on (Low) = 3.5 hrs burn time per canister.Boil time for (2 cups water) = 3 min on (Med) = 2.5+ hrs burn time per canister.Boil time for (2 cups water) = 3 min on (High) = 2.0+ hrs burn time per canister.While this is not a scientific test, it might give one a little more idea of how long they might can use a canister utilizing the above listed settings.

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    Compact. Lightweight. Super simple to attach to the propane tank. Burns evenly. Does well in windy situations. Perfect for camping.

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