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Coleman 2 Burner Dual Fuel Compact Liquid Fuel Stove
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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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|Item Dimensions||6.63 x 12.88 x 20.13 inches|
|Item Display Weight||12 pounds|
|Item Weight||11.4 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||11.35 pounds|
|Size||6.63" H x 12.88" W x 20.13" L|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
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|Power Source||Dual Fuel||Dual Fuel||Propane||Propane|
|Size||6.63" H x 12.88" W x 20.13" L||7.9" H x 17" W x 24.3" L||Information not provided||4.25" H x 23.5" W x 13.5" L|
|Material||aluminum;steel||Aluminium Steel||Steel||Stainless steel|
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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.
Top Customer Reviews
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.
As you can see, this camp stove uses liquid fuel instead of a tank of pressurized propane. The liquid fuel is less expensive and longer-lasting than propane, and you always know how much you have because the fuel sloshes around in the container. It's difficult to tell how much propane is in a cylinder. I borrowed a friend's propane stove before buying this stove. Since you can't tell how much fuel you have, you wind up buying more propane cylinders before a trip, and you mix them up, so you wind up with a trunk full of half-empty cylinders. And, of course, there's a lot of waste with the empty propane cylinders.
Once this stove is lit, it burns and burns and burns! You'll have no trouble boiling up a pot of water for spaghetti, and the fuel lasts for hours and hours. I really love this little stove and I can't wait to break it out again. By the way, it's not just great for camping, it's also easy to toss into the trunk for picnics and cookouts. Enjoy!
By the way, if you're gonna go retro and buy this, there's a companion gas lantern from Coleman. Apart from the hassle of the flimsy mantles on those lanterns, they burn very brightly for many hours. The stove/lantern combo makes a fantastic pair.
This dual fuel stove is quite the opposite. It is definitely an upgrade on build quality & materials. The box said "Made in USA". It is NOT complicated to operate this stove and there seems little to go wrong with it. The valve allows anything from full bore HIGH to a gentle simmer. The fuel is much less expensive. It also consumes less volume than those green propane canisters and there is much less waste (no empty canisters). The ability to use unleaded gasoline means you have options. Certainly unleaded gas is by far the least expensive fuel option. I recommend using Coleman fuel (white gas) when possible, only because it has no odor and evaporates quickly leaving no residue should a few drops be spilled. Parts are readily available for this stove. With care, it should last decades.
It is also possible to buy a propane regulator for this stove which would make it a tri-fuel stove. How convenient. See the Century® Propane Stove Regulated Converter.
Buy the classic.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Used them when I was in the army. Bought it. Because its damn near indestructible and packs up nicely for transport. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Darcy Pi
Excellent stove however the green paint could be more durable. On the large burner side my paint has come off due to heat and started to rust.Published 23 days ago by evan
Time tested, it's just like my grandfather had.
Works great on Colman white gas (naphtha). Read more
I love these little Coleman stoves! I bought this and the dual fuel lantern together. They can run on standard Coleman lantern fuel or regular gasoline. Read morePublished 1 month ago by RMIII
Cheaper than all sporting goods stores. Great buy happy with it. I am not intending to use unleaded fuel on it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pete
I've had 3 of these since I was a kid. The first is still with my parents. The second one I've had for 17 years. The gas tank started to leak. Read more
My dad had one of these stove when I was growing up. I liked how it worked, that why I bought one to keep the tradition going! Excellent stove ThanksPublished 3 months ago by Thomas Bruneau
Ordered for son and grandson for Boy Scout camping. They have used it often and love it.Published 4 months ago by Oakway Flash