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Coleman 2-Burner Fold 'N Go InstaStart Stove

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  • Folds In Half For Easy Storage And Transportation With A Locking Handle For Secure Handling
  • InstaStart Matchless Lighting
  • Powerful 20,000 BTU Burners
  • Extra Large Cooking Area, Accommodates Up To 12 Inch Pans
  • Uses 16.4 Ounce Propane Fuel Cylinder, Sold Separately
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Coleman 2-Burner Fold 'N Go InstaStart Stove + Coleman Fold N Go Grill Carry Case + Coleman Fold N Go Accessory Cast Aluminum Griddle
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.7 x 10.7 x 10.5 inches ; 8.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000F7T2MU
  • Item model number: 5442-a50
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,585 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Product Description

The Coleman Fold 'N Go two-burner stove is ideal for the camper who cares about portability while depending on the most trusted brand in Family Camping, Coleman. The stove is about 25% more compact than traditional two-burner stoves, and is ideal for carrying since the burners can be folded together into an easy carrying stove. Each burner has 10,000 BTU's of power and can be used on low to simmer a sauce or on high to boil water quickly. It has a 13-inch wide diameter that makes it great for the campsite.


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Customer Reviews

No problem adjusting the flames from blowtorch level to simmer.
Fred T. Rosin
And because it folds in half and becomes its own carry-case, even though it handles such large tasks, it's easy to carry and takes up very little storage space.
CA reader
The burner grates are stored upside down and it was easy to remove them and set them up.
Thomas C. Harkins

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

87 of 90 people found the following review helpful By CA reader on July 1, 2006
I've never been a fan of propane stoves. They always seemed flimsy, made for those toy-sized backpacking pots and pans and potentially dangerous - until now. After two weeks of RV-ing, the Fold 'N Go has become a welcome addition to our set up.

It is very sturdy and seems extremely well made. The wide separation of the two burners and heavy-duty pot supports allow for two large, heavy fry pans and/or stock pots at one time. Few stoves of any kind can handle simultaneous large pots. And it seems very stable when set on a table.

And because it folds in half and becomes its own carry-case, even though it handles such large tasks, it's easy to carry and takes up very little storage space. It also has an instant start feature - you just turn the nob and then press a button and that's it. You're ready to cook.

And after you're done, clean up is a snap. Unlike other stoves where you have to take them all apart to try and get at that nasty, spattered grease, this one is pretty much all sealed - just take the pot supports off, wipe off underneath, flip the pot supports over to store inside and then Fold 'N Go!

It's great to get cooking moved outside the RV - especially for things like frying bacon or cooking anything that gives off a lot of steam. And because our meals seem to entail usually one or the other, we plan on getting an extension hose off our main propane tank to run this frequently in the future.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By electriccafe on January 15, 2008
This replaced an old 2-burner fold-up box grill. If you value portability this is definitely worth getting.
PROS:
- Very compact when folded, easy to carry, assemble, store.
- Cooks food quickly, even in mild winds.
- Instant ignition works well.
- Wider grates allow for bigger pans (though due to having no wind screens)
CONS:
- A wind screen would be nice, but you can always put something nearby instead.
- Dials are mostly 'full-on', so it's hard to turn down to a simmer without extinguishing the flame.. but it is do-able.
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50 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Billy de Lion on June 27, 2009
I really wanted to like this thing. It's pretty, and the design is clever. Bought it because I wanted something more compact than my old, finicky 2-burner white gas stove. I liked the folding design, easy ignition, simplicity of propane fuel, claim of consistent performance even when fuel is low.

Day one of a 3-day trip, fuel bottle 80% full, stove roared to life easily, cooked hot. Valve very touchy, couldn't open it more than 1/6 of a turn w/o overheating. By day 3, bottle 25% full, opened the valve 2 complete revolutions and still the flame wasn't hot enough to cook a pancake. My daughter, who usually likes my pancakes, was unimpressed to say the least.

Reasons: 1) lack of windscreen. With even a light breeze, the heat just blows sideways. 2) very high pot support. Distance from burner to pot more than double that of other stoves. Exacerbates problem #1. 3) poor regulator.

I took the stove back to the store and swapped for a less expensive Century model. Using the same depleted fuel bottle that didn't have enough pressure remaining to brown a pancake on the Coleman, I cooked a whole batch of pancakes with the Century--AFTER boiling water for rice. Saved enough $$ on the exchange to buy a large refillable propane tank. Now I'm a happy camper.

BTW, before you buy any stove that uses disposable fuel bottles, think about how you will get rid of them. Especially if it's a product like this, which renders the last 25% of your fuel virtually useless.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Mark Matson on May 14, 2007
This very simple stove simply provides two real-sized burners in a folding, very portable package. I have only used this thus far through one campout, but was very pleased with it in all aspects. The burner grates were beefy enough to hold the heaviest cast iron cookware, and the full-size burners gave plenty of room to work with. And when you are done, the whole thing folds up like a waffle iron (though, as with any propane stove, you're still carrying a tank/tanks of fuel). The instant ignition is great, but I've heard that it's not very durable, so we'll see how it's working a year from now.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By R. Norton on August 12, 2007
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Bought one of these a few weeks ago. I tested it by making coffee in a percolator, cooking a roast and vegetables in a pressure cooker, then cooking pinto beans in the pressure cooker and turning them into refried beans in a frying pan. All these required fairly precise temperature control; high to get it hot as quickly as possible then low to do the cooking. I could easily control the temp to let the pressure cooker gently rock the weight so that I could do the cooking as efficiently as possible. It was mildly windy that day so I had to fashion a windscreen out of a lawn chair to keep the temp consistent. I had no issues with the potholders for any pan size. The burners do have a slight tip toward the center but not enough to cause any problems. I did all this cooking with one 16-oz propane bottle which had some left over when I was done.

Its now over a year later. This thing has been on my patio the whole time connected to a 20 # propane tank (except when I take it camping). I make coffee and other stuff at least twice a week. The only problem I've had is a symptom of low gas pressure after the stove has been lit for a few minutes. This has only happened two or three times and the fix is always to disconnect the LP hose and blow out the connections. I suspect there's occasionally some contamination in the fuel causing this. Other than this the stove still works like new.
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