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Coghlans Fuel Tablets
|Price:||$4.71 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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- For use with Coghlan's Emergency Stove
- A safe, clean burning fuel, that is easy to ignite
- These solid fuel tablets will burn for 9 minutes
This item is available because of the Add-on program
|Special Shipping Information: This product may not be available for 1 or 2 day shipping due to federal regulations that require it to ship via ground ship methods only. This product can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states.
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 4.88 x 1.13 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.4 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.35 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I also want to comment that these tablets are almost the exact diameter of a US quarter. They fit perfectly in the plastic tubes that coin collectors uses for quarters. That's very handy for camping, backpacking or packing into a fire/survival kit.
All in all, though, this product is very good and it arrived promptly. The price is right and the shipping and handling are reasonable. It has earned five stars from me for these reasons.
Have a nice day.
I did two tests with them using two different setups. I used an Esbit pocket stove and ultralight aluminum mug without a lid with in one test and the Esbit 3-piece Lightweight Cookset with lid with the other. The conditions were mildly windy on a warm summer day, and I used an aluminum foil windscreen with each setup. Water was straight from the tap and not hot. I used one fuel tablet with each setup, and each mug had one cup of water in there. Each tablet burned for right about 10 minutes, although the last couple of minutes of burn was so low as to be almost useless. The tablets did not produce anywhere near the flame that an Esbit tablet produces. In both cases the tablets failed to bring the water to a boil, and were only capable of bringing a single cup to a low simmer for a minute or two. I was pretty disappointed, as by comparison the Esbit tabs will usually get a cup to boil within 4-6 minutes or so in the same setups. Also, the tablets did not burn completely. Esbits burn completely and leave very little residue, while these each left a cone of unburnt fuel stuck to the burner after they had gone out; it seems the ashes stopped the flame from reaching the inner core. I had to cut it out with a knife in each stove. I suppose you could probably reuse it, but I'd rather it simply burned the first time around. So, in light of these tests...Read more ›
work just like the esbit fuel tabs two reasons i gave them 4 stars
(1) they are 1/2 the size of esbit tablets so it takes 2 of them to burn
as long as 1 esbit tab
(2)they are packed together so once you open 1 of the pack's you have to put the others in
a sealed container (i use my pets old small pill bottles each one holds 4 tabs)
they are cheaper to use than esbit so i use them when i go camping or to test a new camp stove i made
and i save my esbits for emergency's
so yes these are great for boiling water or cooking small portion's of food
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Get a few boxes of these if you have a little stove. These things are great. Put into another container if you don't want everything in your bag to stink. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brandon W
Works well, used it as a fire starter while camping. Started this first then stacked wood on top to get it going well.Published 1 month ago by Michael Christiansen
Are a great set of affordable fuel tablets that put out a decent amount of heat and last about 5-8 minutes in non-windy conditions.Published 1 month ago by Persephone Rana
They don't burn as long as Esbit, but they aren't as big either. Work great as wet wood fire starters. Always have some in my kit.Published 1 month ago by M.
I used these for a little while when I was hiking the Appalachian Trail. I found that I had to use a lot more tablets than I thought I would. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alan Schoen