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Coleman PowerPack 1-Burner Stove

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  • 7,500-BTU burner adjusts from high to low for optimal cooking performance
  • PerfectFlow pressure-control system
  • Lightweight for convenient packing
  • Low-profile design
  • Compact to store
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Fuel Type Propane Propane Butane Dual Fuel
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Material Steel Steel Stainless Steel Steel
Color Coleman Green Green Silver Black
Length 12.5 inches 7.75 inches 12.8 inches 6.5 inches
Height 4 inches 6.62 inches 10.9 inches 5 inches
Width 13.38 inches 7.81 inches 3.6 inches 6.5 inches
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The Coleman PowerPack 1-Burner Stove is designed to make camp cooking easy. The 7,500-BTU burner is fully adjustable from low to high, for maximum control. Coleman's PerfectFlow pressure-control system and PerfectHeat technology make this stove fuel-efficient and reliable, even in cold weather, at high altitudes or when fuel is low. The stove's low-profile, compact design means it's easy to clean, store and pack.

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The Coleman 5453A700 Powerpack Single-burner Low-profile Propane Stove is pretty much as easy as it gets. The Powerpack's fully adjustable flame lets you boil water or simmer chili, while the PerfectFlow system of pressure-regulated propane provides consistent cooking performance (without flaring or flickering) by producing a steady fuel stream, even in cold weather, high altitudes, or when fuel is low.

This Coleman stove is constructed of an aluminized-steel cooktop and removable, nickel-chrome grates so you spend your time on the trail instead of on cleanup duty. The large 3.25-inch, 7,500 BTU burner is to the side of the propane cylinder in a low-profile fashion that ensures this burner will always be one of Coleman's easiest and best.

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This is a very sturdy stove.
RM
The fire has good control from low to high.
Mike
Easy clean up, light weight.
rapanand

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78 of 80 people found the following review helpful By T. Tom TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 18, 2007
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I bought this stove primarily to use for emergencies or when I experience a power outage but I like that I can also use it for camping (note, it is not a backpacking stove, it's too bulky and propane is too heavy for that). I was a bit surprised that the base is a lot larger than it looks in the online picture. This stove can accommodate 12" and even 14" pots and pans. While this may seem like a positive, for me, I wish it was slightly smaller. At least it can be stored in a cupboard vertically.

I also wish the stove came with a carrying pouch or case, but it does not.

The stove performs and functions perfectly well and seems sturdy and well built so all in all for the price, I'm happy with it despite the few negatives I've mentioned. Small propane tanks are cheap and readily available for about $1.50-$2.00 which is a real plus.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Thomas H. Lawler on June 2, 2011
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I have some nephews starting into boy scouts and was interested in a stove they might like. I liked the idea of one like this versus ones that sit on disposable tanks since it looks more stable (as well as being able to connect it to a bulk tank if wanted with a hose). Looking at the online pictures I liked the way this one looked with round bars for the pot support (versus bent sheet metal supports in similar ones) and thought "That looks better if someone did try to carry such in a back-pack since it won't have knife-blade like edges easily ripping into things". So I ordered one up even with seeing some reviews of "This is bigger than I expected" thinking it may be ~8-10 inches across versus ~6-8 (and not seeing anyone giving dims on it). The truth is that the main body is 12 inch diameter at the base, it is almost 14 inches across at the feet (the widest points) and the pot support bars will hold an 11 inch diameter pot with it sitting flat on the horizontal parts of the bars. So maybe that tells you more about how "Big" it really is versus pictures of it alone (that are hard to scale with no comparisons). This also explains to me why it goes for over $30 versus many single burner stoves going for $15-20 (that I wondered about too before ordering it).
I'll keep it since having this may be as good or better than many 2 burner stoves (where putting a 11 inch pan on them ends up with almost 1/2 the pan hanging off the edges), but I hope this helps minimize surprises for others of you considering this.
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By James C. Modrak on February 22, 2008
Purchased this in place of a larger bulky stove. The unit has sufficent heat and stores nicely.

The two issues I dont like are:
No real control over the burner, setting it to low can be tricky. Coleman needs to redesign the valve
Second is the top grating, better have larger pans or coffe pots. The grating is fair.

I have used thi unit for 4 years now its nice for the size.
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40 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Loren on October 23, 2011
I have used this stove for both car camping and cooking at bike races and like a few things about it. One is that it is much more stable than the typical single burner stoves, so putting a large pot or pan on the grates is not a problem. In addition, the propane gas cylinders are quite cheap in comparison to the jetboils or other small tank stoves, so it is cheaper to operate.

On the other hand, there are a few easy fixes that would make this a better product. One is that the unit requires a small extension tube to connect to the fuel tank and this needs to be unscrewed and carried separately. The bottom of the stove has lots of room but that is taken up by a rather useless piece of aluminum that could easily have been modified to allow the tank connector to snap into place, so it is not lost in moving the unit around. Organization is particular important for camping as you have lots of stuff, and if one of the parts is missing, it means the unit is worthless.

In addition, the aluminum piece on the bottom is razor sharp, so while cleaning it this evening, I brushed my thumb on the edge of the guard and had a nasty cut. These kinds of things are so obvious that I just don't understand how a company with as much experience as Coleman could miss them.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Louis A. Usack on June 1, 2008
I am not sure if it is the burner size, the close line proximity to the bottle or just the fact that this stove¡¦s burner does not compete with another burner for fuel, but this 7500 btu stove outperforms any 10000 btu stove that I have ever owned and with a max output of 7500 btu¡¦s it pretty simple math to understand that you don¡¦t need to carry near as many propane bottles, nor do I find myself having to mess with changing bottles right in the middle of boiling those shrimp I just pulled out of my pot º
The size and design of this stove makes it easy to find a stable area to setup and handle larger pots. I would pack two of these stoves over taking any two burner stove that I have ever used. It is just an awesome little stove
Louis
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49 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Martin A Hogan HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on June 21, 2008
This light, portable Burner sits low and has a full size cooking area, so you can place a metal cup or a 12-inch pot on it. The simple wind block system guarantees that you meal is evenly cooked and you never have an unseen `blowout' of your fuel. The output of gas is easily adjustable with a ribbed knob. Everything is heavy duty embossed steel for really strong and long lasting use, plus the grate is coated with Nickel Chrome which make sit really easy to clean. I purchased this over my "Texsport Single Burner Propane Stove" kit, as that had small rubber base clips which were always falling off in the dirt. Coleman makes the best camping gear and equipment by far.
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