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The flame adjustability is excellent too; no problem to simmer.
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.
Let it burn for 30 seconds or so (a good time in which to pump up the pressure) and then crack the valve open.
I have had this stove for over a year now and have used it more than 10 times. I does everything it says it does. I uses multi fuels and boils water in approximately 3 minutes. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Charles R. Poulton Charlie
I purchased this stove in July of this year and have taken it along on three camping trips so far. I don't have the same concerns as backpackers, as all of my trips are car... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Larry Gwaltney
I bought mine on a whim when I found them for 1/2 price on the Coleman website.
Size is great for those who don't want to lug around a briefcase sized double... Read more
I have a bit of a collection of camping stoves, from the ubiquitous Coleman 2 burner stove to the Optimus 111B and Svea 123. This is a very practical little stove. Read morePublished 4 months ago by B. Benner
Got this stove for it's simmer capability. A bit pricey and has plastic parts. Seems to work alright with Coleman fuel. I did not try the multifuel capability. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Charlie
Don't be mislead by the REI fanboys who have established an anti-Coleman-and-anything-else-that-can-be-purchased-at-Wal-Mart culture. This is a fine stove. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Chris S.
I don't know of any other stove that can use the variety of fuels this one does. Coleman quality and extra parts can't be beat.Published 8 months ago by Vette
I gave one of these away for a newer stove, and have regretted it ever since. So, I tracked this down and bought it. It's light weight for what it does and totally dependable. Read morePublished 8 months ago by CWard
I bought this little stove for camping and power outages. I works great and throws off a big flame. Know what kind of fuel you are planning on using though first. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michael E.