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Coleman 2 Burner Dual Fuel Compact Liquid Fuel Stove

by Coleman
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  • One 7,500 BTU burner and one 6,500 BTU burner
  • Runs on Coleman Fuel or unleaded gas
  • Boil a quart of water in four minutes
  • 2 Burner, 14,000 BTU Cooking Power
  • Limited Lifetime
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Fuel Type Dual Fuel Dual Fuel Propane Propane
Number of Burners Information not provided Information not provided Information not provided Information not provided
Material Steel Steel Steel Steel
Color Green Green Coleman Green Green
Length 20.13 inches 24.3 inches 12.5 inches 7.75 inches
Height 6.63 inches 7.9 inches 4 inches 6.62 inches
Width 12.88 inches 17 inches 13.38 inches 7.81 inches
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Whether you're staying in a cabin, tent, or under the stars, the Coleman 424-700G Two-burner Compact Dual-fuel Stove will enhance any camping adventure. Equipped with one 7,500 BTU burner and one 6,500 BTU burner, you can whip up a meal in minutes.

The Coleman stove operates on clean-burning Coleman Fuel or unleaded gas and one tank gives you two hours of burn time. This stove can boil a quart of water in four minutes. All this in an amazingly small package of 17.75-inches by 11.5-inches by 4.875-inches when closed for easy packing.

Product Description

Stove, 2-Burner Standard Compact, Dual Fuel.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20.1 x 12.9 x 6.6 inches ; 11 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0009PUPX8
  • Item model number: 3000000788
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,406 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The best stove for "car" camping.
Jayson S. Prichard
Using a white gas stove is a much better alternative than other fuels.
Vestal Mike
The stove is simple and easy to use.
Brad

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

85 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Almon Dao on July 30, 2008
I bought this stove for a recent camping trip after using one my brother has for over 10 years. The materials used today is slightly flimsier than my brothers stove, but overall functionality and other critical materials seemed to be the same. The stove was easy to light up and came with a fuel filter/funnel. It turned out great for use with smaller frying pans and pots and provided plenty of cooking heat. The wind guard helps tremendously in the area we were at and allowed cooking where other unshielded butane stoves couldn't be used. The design allows easy storage and carrying with a handle to allow the stove to be carried like a small brief case.

During the trip a friend brought his Powerhouse version of this stove providiing more BTU and having a larger cooking surface. This was great for larger pots and the extra added BTU cooked a bit quicker. So consider the larger unit if necessary. It'll all depend on what you're using it for and how big of a family/group you are cooking for.

Things to watch out for. Although these are dual fuel - try not to mix the fuels. Always use fresh fuel or else it can take a while for these stoves to "warm up" and burn cleanly. Be sure to oil the pump mechanism on a regular basis. Basically there is a little more maintenance than propane models but it's really worth it. The older models seemed to be more rust resistant as well so be sure to clean up parts and pour out fuel before long term storage.

Most parts are easily replaceable/repairable and can be easily sourced.
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56 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Michael Hafdelin on March 13, 2007
I have had a Coleman dual fuel stove for many years. It has been great for camping, of course, as all coleman stoves are but it was also great during a hurricane. We lost power for two weeks and had all electric. I had no coleman fuel on hand but did have gasoline. We were able to at least keep baby bottles warm and cook our meals every day. Excellent for any automobile camping and very handy as part of your emergency kit.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Jason A. Mcpeak on November 4, 2011
While these look like the stoves from the 70's and 80's they are much more flimsy. Get on E-Bay and find the white gas stoves from the 70's and 80's, the single burner 502's and the 220 and 228 series lanterns, they are much more durable, the old leather pump cuffs last much longer than the rubber ones. You can easily clean the old units up, repaint them if ness, and get them going each in about 1 day's spare time. Use PEERLESS mantles or TIMBER CREEK mantles in the lanterns, they are brighter and last longer than the modern coleman #21's. Check oldcolemanparts on google to find their site, and you can order replacement parts, and decals for your rebuilds. Articles in the FORUMS will tell you how to overhaul the generators so they will burn unleaded or white gas (easy fix) in the older units.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By James E. Phillips on September 23, 2007
I purchased this product for a recent car camping excursion to Algonquin Provincial Park. Previously, I had a propane stove by the Coleman. I switched to the liquid fuel model to be more environmentally friendly. While the liquid fuel is a little more cumbersome than propane, I found the extra trouble was well worth it.
The burner controls on the liquid gas stove made it much easier to regulate the flame thereby giving you a better heat range to cook different types of food, whereas the propane stove went to high almost immediately. Plus, the Park claimed that it costed them $2.50 to dispose of the nonrefillable propane tanks. A friend of mine suggested refilling the propane tanks myself, but there is a clear warning on the side of the tank that says there is a risk of explosion. However, you can buy an adapter and use the larger barbeque-type tanks for the propane stove, but who would want to haul one of these babies for car camping.
So there you have it. Better flame control and greener. Also you can buy a liquid fuel bottle (I bought one made by MSR) to make the transport of the fuel easier.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By John C. Dassow on September 16, 2007
This item is a necessity when tent camping or camping with a pop-up. Also like the multi fuel feature. Makes it very convenient if one should be in an area where one cannot buy coleman fuel but regular gas is available. It is easy to start and easy to maintain. My last coleman stove lasted almost 30 years and the only maintainence was to replace a generator and a pump one time each.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A. Perry on February 2, 2009
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This is a great product. We used it everyday, several times a day for 5 days for a family of four (Two men, two women (translated: 2 big eaters, 2 little eaters). It is constructed well and we think it will last a long time. It stores nicely. Simple to use. Easy to clean. Flame even and hot. Boils water fast (important for coffe in AM!). Flame never blew out. Can use one or both burners. Fuel tank keeps pressure for long time...easily enough to cook the meal; if it does go low, easy to pump pressure right up in a few quick strokes. Spacious enough for a 12quart pot and a frying pan if you open wings. Thoroughly recommend.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By RockGirl on November 3, 2006
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I've been wanting a Coleman stove for some time now, and finally got around to actually buying one. Too heavy for backpacking (duh) but perfect for car camping. I had a little bit of trouble lighting the auxillary burner (I think it got wet), but it worked just fine in the end, and all in all, this has been an excellent stove. Though I've never had to use it, I like the versatility of the dual fuel, and I love the reliability of Coleman. It's worth the money because I knew it would last forever!!
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