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Coleman Camping Stove
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- Wind Block(TM) panels help shield burners from wind and adjust for various pan sizes
- PerfectFlow(TM) technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
- PerfectHeat(TM) technology for more efficient cooking with less fuel
- 20,000 total BTUs of cooking power
- Fits a 12-in. and 10-in. pan at the same time
- 2 independently adjustable burners give you precise control for 2 temperature zones
- Durable, chrome-plated grate is removable for easy cleaning
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|Item Dimensions||13.7 x 21.9 x 4.1 inches|
|Item Display Weight||12 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.25 pounds|
|Material Type||Aluminium Steel|
|Shipping Weight||10.8 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
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|Power Source||Information not provided||Dual Fuel||Propane||Propane|
|Size||Propane||7.9" H x 17" W x 24.3" L||4.25" H x 23.5" W x 13.5" L||Information not provided|
|Material||Aluminium Steel||Aluminium Steel||Stainless steel||Steel|
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The stove lights easily with a match or other device and it meets my needs for heat output. The stove was purchased to allow flexibility during the time that our kitchen is remodeled. It was also bought as a backup cooking device, should we have an electrical outage. So far, so good. Amazon was good to its word on shipping and product description.
I recently used my son's new Perfect Flow Two-Burner Propane stove. I wanted to try it before buying one of my own. He warned me that it is impossible to adjust the flame and that it remains on high even after turning the knob to low.
He was correct.
When the adjustment knob is turned to the left to lower the flame it very briefly does just that, but as soon as you let go of the knob it quickly turns back to the right on its own and raises the flame -- as if its spring-loaded and the spring re-coils.
This is fine for boiling water.
It does not work for frying eggs, etc.
Because I had a toolbox in the car, I was able to maintain a lower flame with an extreme jerry-rig using vice grips attached to the fuel-flow knob and a heavy adjustible wrench to rest against the vice grips to keep them from moving, thus keeping the knob from turning back to the right and increasing the flame.
I find that to be excessive effort.
I have read various reviews online, including here, and it seems others have found the same problem. Then again, many others give it positive reviews.
I want to buy a camp stove and I otherwise like the Coleman. But I do not care to go through that effort every time.
My questions: Are you aware of these problems? Have you done anything about it?
Can I purchase a model that I can be sure allows for heat adjustment from simmer to full flame?
Always remember to have the valves closed first before putting a flame over the burners, as this is how the manual recommends, then you can open the valves to ignite the gas. For my purpose's of this propane stove, I just use a barbecue lighter, and it seems to work just fine.
Unlike a grill which does not burn clean, and the grill gets charred and dirty, these stoves burn very clean, and the stove top grill does not get dirty. There is no need to put food directly onto the stove, as this stoves burner system, heats so efficiently and evenly, that all food inside a pot or pan, will get cooked well.
The ergonomics of the stove is not too bad, its designed very well. The wind breakers on each side are designed to keep the wind away, and more of the heat against the pot or pan. The burner adjustment valves are a bit sensitive, meaning very little movement, makes a big difference in the flame.
From my experience, a small flame is perfect for frying eggs, bacon, sausage. While the higher burner flame is good for getting water boiling. I timed how long it took to get the water to boil, and it was around 10-minutes. But some of that was trial and error on my part, since it was my first time using the stove.
I can not emphasize enough how cleanly this stove burns! I have had two propane grills, and both of them stinked like propane weather the flame was lit or not. Years of experience has taught me to hate propane grilling.Read more ›
correctly and slid in on top of the rolled lip of the cover. The next thing I noticed was that three of the four pop rivets for the cover side of the hinges were broken off and the cover was "flapping in the breeze".
I was about to go on a long camping trip and really needed this stove, otherwise I would have returned it in a heartbeat. I re secured the cover with stainless pop rivets, but no matter how I tried to tweak the catch tray edge I could not get it to stop catching on the closed cover. I elected to take the tray out to see how to bend it down better. Well the tray is held in by two of the softest snap rings I ever encountered. These hold the tray down by locking in grooves on the two burner tubes. These rings were stretched and distorted as soon as I expanded them. This made me wonder, if some soup or spaghetti water overflowed it would drain into the very bottom of the case because the splash tray has big holes in it. Coleman provides no easy way to remove the tray for cleaning
I fashioned some spacers from 3/4" copper water pipe that slid over the tubes so screwing the burners on pushes down on them and also the tray. Duh! coleman couldn't think of this! I finally had to cut the corners of the tray with a tin snip to keep it from catching. Oh yeah, I've seen paper clips thicker than the little metal wires that hold the wind wings in place. Run away from this model
fast. My credentials? Twenty- one years propane and HVAC technician.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I haven't had a chance to use it yet, but it looks and feels very solid. I like how compact it is when folded and latched close. Read morePublished 1 day ago by A. Denn
For some reason, I cannot tell if I am actually adjusting the flame using the burner control. Once it is on, it seems to be at full strength regardless of where dial is. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Richard L
Should have bought a new one. Advertised as small dings in the tray.I had to bend the burner lines and replace the broken rivets on the cover with screws. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
All the parts were there. Everything looks nice. Will update if there are problems. It will be seeing very heavy usage so it better hold up. Read morePublished 4 days ago by omnilias
This is a throw back for me without the kerosine, the propane hookup is a breeze and the flow is great. love itPublished 7 days ago by Frugalmaybe
Camping stove. Emergency stove. Cooking outside in the summer.
This stove does it all.
I grew up camping with this stove, so I was familiar with it before I... Read more
I bought this as a replacement to one that my dad gave me that he bought around 1995. It is almost as American as apple pie. Read morePublished 9 days ago by john mathewson