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Coleman Exponent Multi-Fuel Stove

by Coleman
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  • Fill it up one time and use it all weekend
  • Precise flame control
  • Operates on Coleman fuel, unleaded gasoline or kerosene (kerosene generator included)
  • Burner bowl and pot supports help protect flame in windy conditions
  • Weighs 21.6 oz.
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Product Description

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Get ready to cook with the Coleman Exponent 550B725 Multi-Fuel camp stove, which weighs 21.6 ounces. Fill up the integrated tank one time and use it all weekend. It operates on either Coleman fuel or unleaded gasoline, and can also operate on kerosene with an optional generator. Thanks to Coleman's PerfectFlow feature, it's regulated for a constant, consistent burn (without flaring or flickering). Other features include fold-out legs and wind-protecting burner bowel and pot supports. The Coleman Exponent 550-6771 Maintenance Kit is a recommended accessory.

Product Description

The Coleman Multi-Fuel Stove offers sturdy, compact design and versatile, powerful performance. The integrated fuel tank operates on your choice of Coleman fuel, unleaded gasoline or kerosene (kerosene generator included). The sturdy fold-out legs keep the stove stable, while burner bowl and pot supports help protect the flame even in windy conditions. Precise flame control allows you to go from simmer to boil. Stove weighs 21.6 ounces.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 5.2 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0009VC7QK
  • Item model number: 550B725
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
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It is built for the long term I believe, very sturdy.
Kindle Customer
The flame control knob is very close to the hot heat shield - you can easily burn your knuckles.
Rogerzilla
After 10+ years my Coleman Exponent Multi-Fuel Stove still performs exactly like it should.
jacyak

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

137 of 139 people found the following review helpful By K. Locker on March 17, 2007
My Platoon of Cavalry Scouts in the us army, here in Iraq, spend weeks at a time living out of our trucks at various locations away from most forces. We have a wide variety of multi fuel types of personal stoves in our platoon, and by far Coleman brand has proven to be the best. The most reliable, even in high winds, the fastest and most effective at heating our water for coffee and food, and the most compact and travel friendly out of the five other brands we have with us.
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71 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Z on January 16, 2008
I just love this stove and can't praise it enough. I bought mine 20 years ago after reading a rave review in Backpacker magazine (It was called Peak 1 Multi-Fuel at the time, but it is the exact same stove as the Exponent Multi-Fuel). I use it mainly for cold weather backpacking (butane/canister stoves perform poorly in the cold); for summer I use lighter/smaller stoves. I have used this stove heavily over the years and it has performed flawlessly, reliably, and impressively.

The fuel economy is amazing and is the key to this stove. One tank of white gas (10.3 oz.) is rated for 1 hour 23 minutes burn time at full blast and 7 hours on simmer! You probably won't ever have to use it at full blast, as the flame spread is quite big at that setting (with a pot on the burner). Even with a large one gallon pot I didn't have to use it at anywhere near full blast; I usually only use it at about halfway between simmer and full blast. I also use the rectangular aluminum Coleman storage/cook pots that were specifically made for this stove (weight = 8.5 oz). They fit this stove perfectly to give you a nice compact & complete cook package (I'm not sure if Coleman still sells this, but highly recommend it if they do).

The weight of this stove (21.6 oz. empty) really isn't bad when you take into consideration the excellent fuel economy and that you won't have to take an extra fuel bottle with you unless you are on quite an extended trip. Most other white gas stoves are nearly as heavy, but don't have the fuel economy or power of this stove, so you will be lugging a lot of extra gas.

The flame adjustability is excellent too; no problem to simmer.

I have only used white gas with this so I can't comment on its kerosene performance.
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68 of 69 people found the following review helpful By willie VINE VOICE on December 16, 2009
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This is a Coleman 550, also known as a 'modern' Peak 1 stove. It will burn Coleman fuel (naptha), unleaded, and if you change out the included generator (a short brass tube) - kerosene. I purchased this stove to primarily burn kerosene, as it is a safer flammable, plentiful in my area, and is also used on my 70-year-old antique Optimus No. 1 'roarer' stove.

The 'Exponent Multi-Fuel' stove came in a small box with a set of instructions and a spare generator. The naptha generator is installed at the factory, but if you want to use kerosene (found at Wally World in the blue plastic qt. bottles), READ THE INSTRUCTIONS. Changing out the generator to kerosene was simple and quick by first undoing a thin bolt at the top center of the burner. After undoing the generator nut at the valve, remove the burner plate and the generator. Replace with kerosene generator - but don't forget to turn the valve to low after connecting the funky 'L' hook of the stainless wire in the generator.

Here's where there are some problems with this stove (not deal-killers, mind you). Priming kerosene stoves (and lanterns) is best accomplished using denatured alcohol (SLX from Homeless Despot, etc.). Although Coleman states to use a 'paste,' such material is not readily found everywhere, unlike alcohol, and is messy to boot. This stove will prime just fine with alcohol, but you have to be careful to not pour too much into the INNER burner ring. If Coleman had made the inner ring one-eighth of an inch deeper, this would be a kick-butt kero burner! Too much soot is an indication of a low-temp prime, BTW.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By USMC-Guy on October 17, 2006
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I purchased this a few months ago after the power at home went out for 6 hours and I could not heat up any dinner. My thought was you always have some unleaded gas around the house (in your car or for the boat).

I forgot about it until we had the 6.1 earthquake Sunday here in Hawaii - I opened the box, found some unleaded gas - filled it up, pumped the tank up a few stokes, and lit the burner - hot coffee in no time. This burns very hot and heated a tea kettle of water in about 5 minutes - burns clean with no soot or smoke.

I'd highly recommend one for your emergency kit - you never know who long the power might be out.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By John on August 4, 2010
This was a great piece that we were actually issued prior to leaving for A-Stan, but I would buy one if I had to go back or go to another lovely 3rd world country. The brass line is easily swapped to use JP8, which is all we had. A great work around for the "warming gel" is simply to use hand sanitizer. The alcohol is the key ingredient and the gel form keeps it burning until the unit is properly heated. Small, lightweight and easily packed along with a plastic water bottle or two of fuel make a GREAT morale boost when (yes I know instant sucks but...) all you have is instant coffee and it's in the high 20's at night and the sun won't come out fast enough while your freezing your A** off while standing post. Definitely recommend also to cook Ramen in a canteen cup or the newer cups issued with the 32oz Nalgene bottles. AWESOME PRODUCT! If your significant other, family or friend is deploying to a small COP or OP then I would definitely recommend buying a cooking kit including camping utensils or just mismatched metal utensils.
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